- The observation terrace – a view from above of the ancient town of Gamla and the remains of the early synagogue. From the terrace, a steep path leads down to the old town, accessible to good walkers.
- Touring the ruins of the ancient town of Gamla – a narrow road has recently been inaugurated, making it possible to reach the ruins of the ancient town by bus.
- Lookout point – looking out over the cliffs of the Gamla Stream canyon and the nesting colony of birds of prey.
- The head of the Gamla Stream waterfall – the highest waterfall in Israel (51 m) flowing all year round. An easy path leads to the lookout terrace, from which the waterfall can be seen in all its glory.
- Dolmens – a collection of Bronze Age burial mounds made of huge boulders.