Recommended by: Nir The story of Qumran is fascinating Description: Qumran National Park lies at the foot of the vertical cliff of the Judean Desert, rising up from the shores of the Dead Sea. In the 2nd century BCE, Qumran was settled by members of the Essene sect, the writers of the Dead Sea Scrolls.…

Recommended by: Hadassah Levy If you don’t want to risk getting stung by jellyfish, the Sachne is a great alternative to the beach. Shallow and deep pools, waterfalls and picnic areas for barbecuing. Half price if you have a national parks membership. Description: Gan HaShlosha National Park, also known by its Arabic name Sachne, is…

Looking for some air conditioned fun for your family? Lego Park returns this Summer! Once again, this year thousands of Lego bricks await you at the Toto Stadium in Holon. The Lego Park will be open from July 13 until August 31. It is at Heichal Toto, La Park, Park Peres, Holon. Aimed at ages…

Recommended by: Ilana Friedmann Highly recommend Park Emek Haarazim in Jerusalem (in valley from mevaseret until ramot), especially the part called ‘einot telem ‘ close to motza junction: very short walk with life size board games made from stone as well as other games and facts along the way. There is also the 9/11 memorial,…

Recommended by: David Century Recommendation for Park Ariel Sharon (Hiriya), including for those who have been before. For those who don’t know, this is the former rubbish dump of the greater Tel Aviv area, that was covered over and turned into a big park, whilst maintaining some rubbish and recycling processing facilities. They have a…

From 18-28.8 Wipark returns! This Summer your children can enjoy this huge inflatable park with Wipeout style obstacles at Heichal Shlomo Drive In in Tel Aviv. This is a unique, innovative, air conditioned, indoor, fun, extreme event the whole family will enjoy! The entertainment area includes food, recreation, culture, pleasure and commerce, along with a…

Looking for some air conditioned fun for your family? Lego Park returns this Summer! This year thousands of Lego bricks await you at the Toto Stadium in Holon. The Lego Park will be open from July 27 until August 31. It is at Heichal Toto, La Park, Park Peres, Holon. Aimed at ages 2-12. You…

Recommended by: Sara Lieber They have a small boating pool, a thing that you can roll on water, water slide area that had separate times for boys and girls when we were there, a small “train” ride, lots of bouncy things and a few other areas…it was cute. Description: Big range of fun activities for…

Recommended by: Judith Ben Yaakov Want to recommend “Chai park” Kiryat Motzkin. The zoo there. Great afternoon out. Lots of animals to see, even parts where you can walk through enclosures and get up close to the animals. Also pony and Camel rides. There’s a petting corner to with bunnies and other furry little things.…

We are relieved to tell you that the proposed strike has been cancelled! Phew!   Why is this Passover different from all other years? News is breaking that staff of the National Parks and Nature Authority will be launching a strike right in the middle of Pesach. Israel’s parks draw hundreds of thousands of tourists…

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