A visit to Mount Tabor is beautiful all year, but in the spring, it is unique. The lush green grass, the thunderclouds, the bright sun, and the fresh wind seem to recreate the miracle of the Transfiguration. The nature reserve of the mountain, ancient history, and the stone ruins of the Crusaders immerses us in a unique cocktail of nature, history, and faith.
Mount Tabor, located in Israel, is an important religious site for Christians, particularly Catholics. Its opening hours are usually 8 AM to 11:45 AM and 2 PM to 5 PM. However, please note that the site may be closed or have different hours during Catholic holidays. Therefore, checking with local authorities or the site manager for the most up-to-date information on opening hours and closures is always best.
Mount Tabor is a mountain in the Lower Galilee in the Jezreel Valley. It rises to a rank of 588 meters above the level of the Mediterranean Sea. The hill has a glorious story since ancient times. There are several versions of the origin of the name.