Our second day started with a tour of Gamla. Gamla was a city built in the Bronze Age (3,300-1,200 BCE) and ruined in the Hellenistic period after they revolted against the Romans in 67 CE. It was built on the side of a very steep cliff so that it could only be accessed by one trail leading in, and many of us took that same trail in to view the city. The city was forgotten about until it was discovered in 1968. There were many artifacts found at the site to evidence a large battle, such as arrowheads and ballista balls. 

The site is also home to the tallest waterfall in Israel, which many people also hiked to see.