The Senir Stream is the longest tributary of the Jordan River. Its green banks, frothing water, pools and falls are an unforgettable pleasure.
The Senir (Hatsbani) Stream is the longest of the three main sources of the Jordan. It begins some 35 km south of the town of Hasbaya in Lebanon. It is 65 km long and drains an area of 640 sq. km on the northwestern slopes of Mount Hermon.
An annual average of 135 million cubic meters of water flows through the stream; in particularly rainy years the amount can reach 300 million cubic meters.
Its main springs are the Hasbaya, in Lebanon, mostly capped for domestic and agricultural use, and the Wazani, near Ghajar on the Israel-Lebanon border.
In winter the Senir is augmented by flooding, while in the summer only the Wazani springs feed it. At its height, 150 cubic meters of water per second flow through the stream; at its lowest, it drops to only 0.6 cubic meters per second.
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