Nature And Animals
The B'nai Brith Cave serves as a place of solidarity with the memory of Holocaust victims at official ceremonies (the cave is closed to visitors). KKL-JNF prepared a large gathering area with picnic tables and orderly paths. A natural karst cave is located in the channel of the Kislon River. The cave was prepared by B'nai B'rith and KKL-JNF as a memorial site and a place of solidarity with the memory of Holocaust victims at official ceremonies. In 1951, the forest was planted with six million trees in memory of the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. It is called the Forest of Saints. The B'nai B'rith Cave is the main site of the Kislun riverbed. Along the riverbed, names of various communities that perished in the Holocaust are mentioned. To the left of the cave are steps that lead to observation from the top of the mountain (climbing the stairs is hard and suitable for those with reasonable fitness). Along the path, explanatory points relating to the story of Anne Frank were created including a quote by the writer Primo Levi. The B'nai Brith Cave is located on a green island, all of which is peaceful and quiet, a magical area of forest, pine and carob, oak and Styrax. In the months of February - March, there is an amazing flowering of almond trees, cyclamen, and anemones, on the right you will notice a steep cliff dotted with thousands of daffodils at the height of their blossoms clinging to every pocket of land. KKL-JNF has prepared paths and picnic tables, a parking lot that serves as an exit point for tours of the Martyrs' Forest, and a night parking lot. The place is shaded and pleasant with easy access, a paved road to the cave plaza (all parallel to traffic-jammed road 1). The B'nai B'rith Cave attracts many visitors throughout the year, including hundreds of cyclists, families with children, young couples, those who walk along the Trans-Israel Trail that runs through the Kisalon River and more. The creative and imaginative travelers will be able to identify the lion's rock located on the road leading to the cave.