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  1. 5.0

    Hadov halavan was enjoyed by all 7 kids ages 3-11 (though I’d only go with younger ones if there are older ones as well) . Grandparents and pregnant women (at least further along ones) enter for free. Got crowded between 11 and 3 but kids were still happy and able to do things. Staff was amazingly helpful and encouraging for those that needed it . A different experience than anything else, a good challenge and fun for adults as well! Definitely worth the trip from tsur hadassa and gush area!! Now has aircon as well as fans!

  2. 5.0

    Spent a couple of hours at HaDov HaLavan with 3 kids, ages 8, 6 and 10 months- was fun for everyone! There was only one other family there which was so great because we didn’t have to wait to do anything. id imagine on a hot summers day when it’s crowded it is probably a total nightmare! I used my LoveLoveIsrael discount to get money off and they even gave a little bit more off and the guy said he loves the LoveLoveIsrael people:)

  3. 5.0

    I can’t say enough good things about this place for all ages. They finally updated their website, so you can see more of what they offer (thought it doesn’t show it all by far). I know I posted this before, but we were there over the summer – I thought we would be there a couple of hours. Eight (!) hours later we left and my kids are constantly begging to go back again. (They were 6 & 8 over the summer, now 7 & 9 🙂
    there is a gymboree area (the standard, with the balls and stuff) that your little one would have fun in. There is also an area with little cars and like a highway area – it’s very fun, not sure why they don’t have it pictured anywhere. Saw lots of little ones on it, but my 6 year old and his friends like it too! There is also a smaller climbing wall and a tunnel and slide. Swings too. In short, lots to do for all ages. Have a look at their website for some picturesץ (I still think they can do the website better – they are not showing enough! 🙂
    As far as adults, you pay the same admission price to get in. They encourage adults to also do the rock climbing, do the bungee jumping, etc. They want you to have quality time with your kids. 🙂 They told me the bungee could hold a Volvo car, so no problem holding the weight of an adult, lol. I had a great time there, as did my friend who I went with (we did the climbing, bungee… I didn’t do the tightrope walk in the sky, but he did!) Next time we go I told my husband he has to come, as I am certain he will have as much fun as the kids. :-)) There is also a really fun, big trampoline for all ages. Also fun circus things to try – even a 2-year-old would have fun trying different balancing things.
    For the less adventurous parents (or those that need a break!) there are loads of comfy places to sit (futons, cushions, beanbags, etc). What is nice is that you can see the ENTIRE place from sitting in one location – so you don’t need to run around to make sure your kids are OK, you just need to peek up from your book now and then. Also they have loads of staff on hand – they are needed to help with the rock climbing and bungee, but also just walking around in general and interacting with everyone) – I am sure this helps to keep the place from getting too ‘wild’, as th atmosphere was nice and calm, not noisy like other attractions.
    I have only seen/heard good reviews for HaDov HaLavon, so it’s not just me (or my kids!). They are also having a circus performance a few times a day during Chanukah – not sure the times.

  4. 5.0

    We have the whole range from competitive gymnast to couch potato. Couch potatoes had more problems with fears than with challenges, had a great time. Competitive gymnasts had a temper tantrum about coming home … after spending 6 hours there!

  5. 5.0

    We went to Dov Halavan in Emek Hefer. It is about a 15 minute drive from North of Netanya towards Hadera. We took a bunch of kids aged 6-14 and they all had a great time. We were there from 11-4 and the kids did not want to leave. There was bungee jumping, trapolining, rope walking, wall climbing and lots of other stuff. When we first walked in we thought we would be done in a hour but the kids just kept going back for more. There is some stuff for younger kids . There is a cafe and sitting area as well.

  6. 5.0

    Just used my love love Israel card at Hadav Halavan and it’s fantastic kids loving it, my 4hlf yr old wasn’t afraid to bungee jump !

  7. 5.0

    A great few hours were spent here with our kids aged 21mths, 4, 5.5, 7.5. It is not a huge place, not too busy either and there was something for all of them – even a soft play area closed off for little babies. For the toddlers (and older kids) there was a great bimba area with roads, ramps, petrol pump and car wash to drive round, there was trampolining, climbing walls with and without harnesses and my son’s favourite a big jump with a harness swinging very high!
    There was also tight rope walking, beam balancing and circus type activities throughout – eg. juggling, diabolos, unicycles! The children had a blast but i do think that going with friends may have helped provide some positive peer pressure to help them be a little bit braver although they tried everything. Adults can also do it all. A different sort of place and recommended as a real treat the kids will talk about for a while.”
    Note: It’s not open to the public on Fridays, just for events, check the website for times.

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