From the Golan hotel Tiberias you can make a visit to the Upper Galilee should certainly include a visit to at least one of the three major tributaries of the Jordan: the Hatzbani (Snir), the Dan and Banias (Hermon) Rivers.

From the Golan hotel South you wiil find the following wonderful sites
The Sea of Galilee (Kinneret, in Hebrew) is a deep blue harp-shaped lake, situated in the Jordan valley, surrounded by breath-taking scenery. The setting for many important events in history, this is one of the most fascinating areas to visit, with something to offer for everyone, from water recreation to major historic sites.
Israel's largest freshwater lake, some 55 km in circumference, the Sea of Galilee gets most of its water from the Jordan River, although it is also fed by underground springs and many mountain streams running down from the hills of the Galilee and the Golan Heights. It supplies one-third of Israel's annual consumption of fresh water and is the lowest fresh-water lake in the world, at 208 metres below sea level.
Our tour around the lake begins by driving south past the old cemeteries of Tiberias. One soon arrives at Tiberias Hot Springs (Hamei Tveria), famous since the time of the Romans. On the right-hand side of the road are the original baths and treatment rooms; opposite is the Young Tiberias Springs, a modern health facility offering three pools, jacuzzis and a sauna, as well as numerous treatments and a restaurant. The blue dome on the slope above is the Tomb of Rabbi Meir Ba'al Haness, a student of Rabbi Akiva, who was celebrated for his wisdom and was considered to have miraculous powers. Popular belief is that a visit here brings relief for illness and other problems, and the colourful throng of visitors, especially in the summer months, adds to the attraction of the site.