You will go to the Rosh HaNiqra grottoes mostly for the view that it affords of the beautiful white cliffs and azure Mediterranean. It is a popular site among locals (weekends and school holidays) so, if you can, plan your visit around that, do avoid the crowds. Crowds in Israel are loud and bad mannered, and everything in between to spoil your visit. Prior to visiting I wish I read the reviews below. Instead I think I would have preferred to walk down to the grottoes, as tickets are pricey (especially if you rode a cable car before, its nothing special, really), and would have enjoyed more of the view on the walk down (what about walking back up? I dont know, should you take this advice, do post on your experience ;) I did not have the time, but do wish that I have walked along the beach to enjoy its natural beauty.
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