September 10, 2014, Updated September 11, 2014

September may officially be the fall in many countries around the world, but in Israel it’s still hot. What do you do when it’s boiling outside? Head for the country’s waterfalls, rivers and streams.

Israel may be a desert, but it still has plenty of water hikes in both the south and the north of the country, where you can dip your toes, or your whole body into cool, refreshing water.

In this week’s picture, waterfalls on the Golan Heights. Photo by Zoe Vayer, Flash90.

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