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Gardens and Parks
Gan HaPisga (the Summit Garden)
Gan HaPisga (the Summit Garden) is located on the top of Old Jaffa’s archeological mound and it provides one of the most famous observation points in Jaffa.
The Japanese Garden in Holon
The Japanese Garden in Holon is modest in size, as befitting a garden of the Japanese tradition.
Yamit Water Park
Yamit Water Park is a huge complex which provides an abundance of wet activities and includes fast extreme slides, a black water slide with light effects, high bungee slides that will get you to the water from the height of four meters, a slide with a daring tube trail and some of the highest water slides in the country.
Rosh HaAyin Forest
Next to other forests in Israel, the Rosh HaAyin Forest is considered different.
Nachshonit Park is an amusement park for families which includes three different parks
Holon’s Youth Park (the Pillbox)
Holon’s Youth Park, also named the “Pillbox” or “Fortress” (Metsuda), is an area that is dedicated especially to children, but not only to them.
Ganei Yehoshua (Joshua Gardens)
Ganei Yehoshua (Joshua Gardens), also known as HaYarkon Park, is a well known large park which serves as a green lung. However, this great park, which spreads over about 3,500 dunams, tends to surprise one every once in a while, especially upon discovering unknown hidden corners which one has not visited in before.
The Glilot Valley
To the south-east of Glilot Junction is hidden a large and impressively green, especially in the winter and spring, peace of nature.
The Ramat Gan Safari
In the heart of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan (Gush Dan), in the city of Ramat Gan, is found a fascinating African Savanna - The Safari, or in its official name, The Zoological Center Tel Aviv - Ramat Gan.
HaChava (the Farm)
HaChava (the Farm) in Tel Aviv is an excellent example of a well nurtured and charming piece of nature in the middle of the city.
The Ramat Gan National Park
It is not as big as HaYarkon Park which is located on the other side of the city of Ramat Gan, but sometimes one does not need a park which stretches from here to eternity in order to escape everyday worries and get a decent dosage of green.
Even sworn Tel Avivis will be surprised to discover this vast and unknown piece of nature named the “Afeka Caves”.
Tel Aviv's Botanic Gardens
In 1973 some people with a vision got together and founded at the heart of Tel Aviv’s University magnificent Botanic Gardens which spread over about 25 dunams.
Gan HaAtsma'ut (Independence Garden), Tel Aviv
On a limestone cliff on the Mediterranean coast of Tel Aviv, is found the special Gan HaAtsma'ut (Independence Garden), the first trees of which were planted on the State of Israel’s first Independence Day, which gave it its name.
The Petah Tikva Zoo (Gan Hai)
The Petah Tikva Zoo (Gan Hai) is not a huge zoo but whoever comes here is surprised by its impressive size and the environmental attention that goes into this charming place, such as in its lake which is alive with flamingos and swans and in its animals’ corner which hosts various farm animals.
The Cacti Garden in Holon
The Cacti Garden in Holon is a celebration for any cacti lover.
In the south of Tel Aviv, near HaTikva neighborhood, is found a surprisingly large green lung.
Reading Park, which is near the Reading power station and the Yarkon Stream estuary in the north of Tel Aviv, was once the place where the Mediterranean Sea ended and the “forbidden city of the electric company” started.
The Ariel Sharon Park (formerly the Ayalon Park)
At the Ariel Sharon Park (formerly the Ayalon Park) it is proudly stated that it is three times larger than New York’s Central Park.
The “Sheva Tahanot” (Seven Mills) Site
Anyone who has not visited here in a while will be surprised by the level of renovation and upgrading that the “Sheva Tahanot” (Seven Mills) Site, which is situated on the Yarkon Stream in the area of the Ganey Yehoshua (Joshua Gardens) Park, has went through.
The Charles Clore Garden
The Charles Clore Garden spreads over 120 green dunams along the southern shore of Tel Aviv in the direction of Jaffa.
Gan Meir (Meir Garden)
Already in the 1930s, when Tel Aviv was still a young and relatively quiet city, the need arose to create in it green lungs.
The Hiriya Recycling Park
If there is a place in which one can learn about recycling, waste and everything in between, it is here in the Hiriya Recycling Park, a very well-kept place which treats waste with respect and promotes environmental education with great love.
The Haskalah (enlightenment) Avenue park
Not just another typical Tel-Avivi park. But a small green lung which became an attraction in its own right, and an excellent example as to how to plan a park which will combine values, such as community, ecology, history and of course enjoyment.
The Edith Wolfson Park
The Edith Wolfson Park in the south-east of Tel Aviv, named after the British philanthropist Edith Wolfson, is located on a great limestone hill which rises to the height of almost 60 meters above sea level.
Holon's Story Gardens
A unique, refreshing and especially lovely project was initiated a few years ago in the city of Holon. And to everyone’s delight- it continues to be updated and renewed all the time.
Jaffa Slope Park
Along the coast of the Ajami neighborhood of Jaffa, spreading over 200 dunams of green gassy hills is the Jaffa Slope Park, one of Tel Aviv-Jaffa’s most beautiful parks.
Those who are not familiar with HaNofarim Pond that is located near HaYarkon Stream will be surprised by it, especially during the summer, when the yellow water lilies float on its surface and give it a somewhat mysterious feel.
The Moshava Park in Rishon LeZion
The Moshava Park in the city of Rishon LeZion has a few different names, which means that this uplifting piece of history, which spreads over 40 dunams, is a fairly important local asset.
Sources of the Yarkon National Park
The Sources of the Yarkon complex, which belongs to the Yarkon National Park (just like the nearby Afek – Antipatris complex), is a large and well-kept green lung that is located in the central area of Israel.
Tel Gerisa (Napoleon's Hill)
Those who love this place - and they are many - dismiss the description of it as a “Hill” and call it a “Mountain”.
Gardens and Parks
Hurbat Sa’adim (Sa'adim Ruin)
Hurbat Sa’adim (Sa'adim Ruin), which is in the mountains of Jerusalem, offers those who visit it many ancient trees and archeological remains.
Ein Hemed is a well-kept and charming national park, with vast lawns and small beautiful springs.
Sacher Park is the largest municipal park in Jerusalem.
Aminadav Forest- 7,000 planted dunams which integrate into a natural grove- is one of the most beautiful and large forests near the city of Jerusalem.
The “Mifletzet” (Monster) Park
The “Mifletzet” (Monster) Park in Jerusalem is the proof that original names tend to be forgotten quickly, because of another issue that overpowers them.
Einot Uzi (Uzi Springs)
Beyond the fact that Einot Uzi (Uzi Springs) are an integral part of the wonderful Shvil HaMa’ayanot (the Springs Trail), it is also a gem on its own.
Nabi Samuel (from Arabic, meaning the prophet Samuel) is a site which is sacred to all three monotheistic faiths as the traditional burial place of the Biblical Hebrew Prophet Samuel.
Emek Tzurim National Park
Emek Tzurim (Valley of Rocks) National Park is located in the Kidron Valley, to the north-east of the Old City of Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens at the Giv’at Ram Campus of the Hebrew University
How come we didn’t know of this place before? This is the question which rises in visitors’ minds upon their first visit to one of Jerusalem’s most enchanting places which provides a real peace of mind in the midst of the busy city of Jerusalem.
Mei Niftoach Nature Reserve (Lifta)
It is so lovely to find hidden gems, especially when it is just under one’s nose.
Nahal Halilim (Flutes Stream)
A deep canyon crosses the Jerusalemite suburb of Mevaseret Zion, which is in the Mountains of Jerusalem, and creates a semi-wild landscape- a green-yellow lung which serves its residents and those who come to visit the area on Saturdays.
A short ride from Jerusalem will bring you to an area of concentrated nature, which has almost everything of everything: springs, orchards, caves, ancient structures, terraces and a lot of peacefulness.
The Biblical Garden in Yad HaShmona
In the early 1970s the moshav of Yad HaShmona was founded in the mountains of Jerusalem by a group of Zionistic minded Finnish Christians, who came here wishing to contribute to the building of this country and wait for the realization of the prophecies written about in the Bible.
With all due respect to the fact that this is a forest, people come to visit the Mata Forest for two reasons mainly: the Hanut Ruin and Derech HaKeisar (the Caesar Trail).
Har Hatayasim (the Pilots' Mountain) Reserve
The Mountain, which rises to the height of 796 meters above sea level, is named after the monument which was built on it in the 1950s in memory of the fallen soldiers of the Israeli Air Force and it is now considered to be the main memorial site of the Israeli Air Force.
HaMasrek (the comb) Nature Reserve
Forests and a Mediterranean grove are the undisputed rulers of the beautiful HaMasrek (the comb) Nature Reserve, which spreads over a little more than a hundred dunams.
The Eitan Mountain Trail
Here is an example for an excellent combination between a walking/running trail for those who like to exercise, and a lovely forest trail within nature which includes beautiful lookouts over the nearby Lowlands and Jerusalem Mountains.
Motza Valley Park
Motza Valley Park spreads at the western entrance to Jerusalem, between the Mevaseret Zion slopes and Mount Harat on the one hand and Beit Zayit and Ein Kerem on the other.
The Wohl Rose Park
The Wohl Rose Park is planted in the midst of the serious looking Kiryat HaLeom complex (which includes among others the Israeli Government and Knesset or Parliament complexes) in Jerusalem and adds to it a cheerful and fresh atmosphere.
The Open Museum at Givat Ram
The Open Museum at the Hebrew University’s Givat Ram Campus in Jerusalem is the proof that a University campus can be an inseparable part of the texture of the city and serve as an area for entertainment and relaxation.
The Jerusalem Bird Observatory and Research Center
This place might appear in the dictionary under the definition of “Urban Nature”.
The Biblical Zoo
Even on a second, third and even more visits the charming Biblical Zoo manages to surprise one and reveal to its visitors new secrets.
The Hebrew University Campus on Mount Scopus
In the summer of 1918 the cornerstone for the Hebrew University was laid on the top of Mount Scopus in Jerusalem.
Tzofim Valley Park
Tzofim Valley Park, through which passes the Tzofim Stream channel, is a sort of a green island between the Ramat Shlomo neighborhood to the north and the Ramat Eshkol neighborhood to the south.
Ya'ar HaKdoshim (The Forest of the Martyrs)
Ya'ar HaKdoshim (The Forest of the Martyrs) is located on the seam between the Lowland and the Mountains of Jerusalem.
Einot Telem Nature Reserve
Not a few ardent travelers, from those who know every spring in the Jerusalem Mountains, were horrified to hear the addition of “Nature Reserve” given to the name of this place, but their fears were proven false, because this place has not lost any of its charm after being officially declared.
The Castel National Park
A visit to the fortress surrounded by trenches and bunkers, beautiful views, clear air and the story of the famous battle of 1948- all these make for an enjoyable tour package on the way to Jerusalem or from it.
Refaim Valley Park
Refaim Valley Park is part of the Jerusalem Park, a huge metropolitan park which includes also the Motza Valley Park, HaArazim Valley Park and Tzofim Valley Park.
The Chords Bridge in Jerusalem
Jerusalem’s special hanging Chords Bridge (Gesher HaMeitarim), situated at the entrance to the city, is one of its new and most impressive symbols.
New Jersey Park
Not many know the lovely modest New Jersey Park, which is located on a ridge overlooking the nearby Yitleh and HaHamisha Streams, as well as the more distant spaces of the Mountains of Jerusalem, the Lowland, the Coastal Plain and more.
HaArazim Valley Park
HaArazim Valley Park spreads north of road number 1, between the Motza turn and the Golda Meir interchange.
Jerusalem Park spreads over 15,000 dunams and is considered to be the largest park in Israel.
The Jerusalem Trail (Shvil Yerushalaim)
The Jerusalem Trail (Shvil Yerushalaim), which was inaugurated in 2006, is one of the more interesting initiatives of its kind.
Gardens and Parks
Nahal Me’arot (Caves Stream) Nature Reserve
Nahal Me’arot (Caves Stream) Nature Reserve provides a rare and unique glimpse into the continuous settlement of this area throughout many of thousands of years.
Hurshat HaArba'im (the Grove of the Forty)
Hurshat HaArba'im (the Grove of the Forty) is a charming area in the Carmel National Park, half a kilometer to the south-east of Haifa University, where 80 ancient oak trees with thick trunks grow.
On Zikhron Ya'akov’s HaNadiv (the Benefactor) Street, in front of the Administration House, which today serves as the First Aliyah Museum, the visitors to the area are invited to “get away” from all this history into a charming green corner that still maintains the atmosphere of those early days of the establishment of the colony.
The Technion's Ecological Garden
The Technion's Ecological Garden in Haifa is defined as a green gem in a modern technological world.
Nesher (eagle) park
Two suspended bridges above a deep canyon are a real magnet for the many visitors who come to this special park, located near the city of Haifa.
Derech HaDorot ("The Road of the Millennia")
Derech HaDorot ("The Road of the Millennia"), which was inaugurated in the 1970s in the Carmel Forest, on the southern edge of the city of Haifa, is a free outdoor museum which presents archeological finds that were excavated in other sites which were facing destruction and were brought here for reconstruction.
Even though its official name is Hof HaCarmel (the Carmel Shore) Forest, everyone knows it as the Ofer Forest.
HaTzuk Observation Point
One of the observation points that provide the most magnificent views in the Carmel area is HaTzuk (the Cliff) Observation Point, which is located not far from the trails that lead to Kelah and Galim Streams.
Gan HaNadiv (Garden of the Benefactor)
Did you ever ask yourselves why gardens relax us?
Keren HaCarmel Forest and the Cyclamens Trail
The 3,000 dunams Keren HaCarmel Forest is small even by Israeli standards, but in this case this modest area brings with it quality and a blessed relative isolation.
Gan Ha’em (Mother's garden)
"The name “garden” does not start to describe the numerous surprises offered by this pleasant place, located near Ha’Nassi (the President) Avenue, which is in the Carmel Center neighborhood of Haifa.
The Haganah Hill
On Mount Carmel, at the height of 526 meters above sea level, is a peak called the Haganah Hill, which commemorates the Jewish military organization from the days before the founding of the State of Israel.
Carmel Hai-Bar Nature Reserve
At the basis of the idea of establishing this place stands the notion of reintroducing animals into nature.
Siah Stream is a real gem which passes actually inside the city of Haifa.
The Carmel Park
The Carmel Park spreads over 84,000 dunams and it is the largest of Israel’s National Parks.
The Ron Trails
In the area of the Kabir Ruin, which is in the heart of the Ofer Forest, also named Hof HaCarmel (the Carmel Shore) Forest, is found the area named the Ron Trails- a short circular trail (1,200 meters) that is suitable for walking as well as for bicycle riding.
Hecht Park spreads over 75 dunams and is considered to be the biggest green lung of the city of Haifa.
The Sculpture Garden
The Sculpture Garden is a charming place which provides a magnificent view of the city of Haifa and presents 29 bronze sculptures which were contributed to the city of Haifa by the sculptress Ursula Malbin, of the Artists’ Village of Ein Hod, who founded and designed this garden.
The Alona Forest Reserve
Alona Forest, which received its name due to the Palestine oak and Tabor oak trees found in it (“Alon” in Hebrew is Oak), has turned into a paradise for bicycle riders and off-road vehicle drivers.
The Dead Sea
Gardens and Parks
The Botanical Garden at Ein Gedi
When people think of an Oasis, they must be seeing in their mind’s eye a place like the Botanical Garden at Ein Gedi, between the desert landscape of the brown cliffs, on the one side, and the surface of the Dead Sea, on the other.
Gardens and Parks
Eilat’s salt pools
Eilat’s salt pools, which are located north of Eilat, have become birds and bird watchers’ favorite site quite a long time ago.
Bird Watching Park
The Bird Watching Park is the main resting point of over than a billion birds migrating between Asia, Europe and Africa and it is one of the most important habitats in the world.
The Botanical Garden in Eilat
In the organic farm at the entrance to the city of Eilat is hidden a botanical garden that offers a quiet and surprising haven.
Sea of Galilee
Gardens and Parks
Park HaYarden (the Jordan Park)
Park HaYarden (the Jordan Park) is a beautiful pastoral park which spreads over a 1,000 dunams.
The Archaeological Park
At the Berko Archaeological Park in Tiberias are the ancient remnants of the city of Tiberias, from the time of the city’s establishment by Herod Antipas in the 1st century CE and until the time of the Fatimid dynasty in the 11th century CE.
Kfar Nahum (Capernaum) National Park
Kfar Nahum (Capernaum) National Park is situated to the north-east of the archeological site of Kfar Nahum (Capernaum) and serves as a point from which one can leave to visit the sites and churches of the area.
The Arbel Cliff
The Arbel Cliff, visible to a great distance, provides a magnificent panoramic view of the Sea of Galilee, the Golan and Mount Hermon.
The trail around the Sea of Galilee (Shvil Sovev Kinneret)
Shvil Sovev Kinneret, or the trail that goes around the Sea of Galilee, is one of the most special and important projects in the field of tourism, environment and everything in between.
Kursi National Park
In Kursi, which is to the east of the Sea of Galilee, was found in 1969 a large monastery from the Byzantine period, the largest to have been found in Israel so far.
Korazim National Park
This site, situated within the local basalt landscape and looking over the Sea of Galilee, presents the remains of an ancient Jewish town.
Shmurat HaYarden (the Jordan Nature Reserve)
It is a little difficult to believe that such a place exists so close to the noisy camping and barbeque areas of the shores of the Sea of Galilee. Shmurat HaYarden (the Jordan Nature Reserve) is a paradise for nature lovers not far from the kibbutz of Kinneret.
Hamat Tiberias (Hamat Tveria)
Hamat Tiberias (Hamat Tveria) National Park has a concentration of seventeen health springs that flow at a temperature of 60 C and include about a hundred natural minerals which possess medicinal properties that are unique and exclusive to this place.
Mitzpe Hod (Hod observation point)
According to some, this observation point gives the best views of the Sea of Galilee.
The Switzerland Forest
Is the Switzerland Forest beautiful on its own or due to the breathtaking views which are seen from it? It seems that the answer is both.
Ophir Observation Point
The Ophir Observation Point, located about two kilometers to the north-east of the moshav of Givat Yoav which is in the southern part of the Golan, provides magnificent views from the height of 450 meters above the Sea of Galilee.
Hamat Gader is an ancient archeological site which serves today as a health baths and vacation resort.
The Golan Heights
Gardens and Parks
Mitzpe Gadot (Gadot Observation Point)
Until the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War of 1967, Mitzpe Gadot (Gadot Observation Point) served as a Syrian base, which was one of the best fortified in the Golan region.
The Vulcanic Park
The Vulcanic Park is just as strange as it sounds, especially if one uses this place’s scientific name and calls it a “Paleomagnetic Site”.
Berekhat Ram (Ram Pool or Lake Ram)
Without performing a comprehensive research on the subject, it is likely to assume that everyone who sees Berekhat Ram (Ram Pool or Lake Ram), which is in the Golan Heights, does so from a great distance and height.
The Wind Turbines Farm on Mount Bnei Rasan
So many of the people who travel on road number 98 and see the huge blades of the wind turbines that stand on the top of Mount Bnei Rasan, are impressed for a moment and then continue on their way.
Ya'ar Odem (Odem Forest)
Apple and cherry orchards, deer that wander around, impressive landscapes, refreshing water pools and thick forests- all of these are offered for your enjoyment in Ya'ar Odem (Odem Forest, or Red Forest), the largest Nature Reserve in the Golan Heights region.
Ein Taufik (Ein Okev) park is located in the thick Mevo Hama forest which spreads over 1,200 dunams in the southern Golan Heights.
The Nimrod Fortress
Down from Mount Hermon is the National Park of Nimrod Fortress, about which Mark Twain wrote "This must be the most glorious ruins mound of its kind in the world".
The Nov Swamp Iris Nature Reserve
When the Daffodils raise their heads (December – January), many come here to look at them in this beautiful and wind-swept Nov Wetland Nature Reserve which is located in the Southern Golan Heights region.
Sometimes a park that stands on the side of the road seems like just another park, but there are some that can surprise you.
Afik Quarry is located in the southern part of the Golan Heights and is unique due to the basalt rock layer that is found throughout it.
Gamla is an ancient Jewish city and a nature reserve, located in the center of the Golan Heights and combining landscape, nature and ancient magnificence.
Gardens and Parks
Ein Sarona (Sarona Spring)
Ein Sarona (Sarona Spring), which is in the Lower Galilee, has been providing good clean water for generations, in the past for the residents of the village which existed here and today for the travelers that come here.
The Nazareth Iris Nature Reserve
This unfamiliar nature reserve, which spreads over 130 dunams, includes a rare species of Iris- the Nazareth Iris.
Lavie Forest, which is planted in the Galilee near Golani Junction, has an added value.
The Bar’am Forest
Near the northern highway is a real forest, truly equal to European standards.
Khenyon HaElot (The Atlantic Pistachio Trees Park)
Khenyon HaElot (The Atlantic Pistachio Trees Park) in the Galilee, hidden in the middle of the Kedesh valley (not far from Nabi Yusha), serves first and foremost as an excellent base from which to leave on trips in the charming area that surrounds it.
Koach - Nabi Yusha fortress
Here is an example for an excellent combination between a battle heritage site and a short and beautiful trip in a mountain forest.
Mount Eger, which is in the Western Galilee, is a mountain with a concrete top.
Churchill Forest, which is in the Lower Galilee, near the city of Nazareth, is of course named after Winston Churchill, United Kingdom’s Prime Minister during the Second World War.
Mitlol Tsurim Quarry
Mitlol Tsurim Quarry, located in the Upper Galilee, provides a walking trail with a magnificent lookout at its end over Carmiel and its surrounding.
Quarries Park in Carmiel
The Quarries Park is located at the center of Carmiel right where a marble quarry used to be up until the 1960s.
The Banias Nature Reserve
In the Banias Nature Reserve there is the Banias Spring, which emerges at the foot of Mount Hermon, from where its water flows powerfully through a canyon for 3.5 km.
The Peony Trail
It is always nice to walk around in the Mount Meron Nature Reserve, but to this specific trail one should arrive at a very specific time in the year, and for one and only purpose: to see the reds, pinks and purples of the Peonies.
The Nahal Snir Nature Reserve
The length of Nahal Snir (Snir Stream, also known as the Hatzbani Stream) is about 65 kilometers, but one gets to enjoy only a small part of it.
The Moshe Ziffer Sculpture Garden
Moshe Ziffer (1902 - 1989) is considered to be among the cornerstones of Israeli sculpting of the mid 20th century and later.
Nahal Amud (Pillar Stream) Nature Reserve
Alongside Mount Meron flows all year round Nahal Amud (Pillar Stream), which almost all Israelis visited and walked along it, either on high school trips or during their army service.
Ort Braude quarry in Carmiel
The small Ort Braude quarry in Carmiel was renewed as a Japanese garden.
The Monkey Forest in Yodfat
Contrary to what one might think, the Monkey Forest in Yodfat is not a zoo in the full sense of the word.
Mount Kamon got the title of “the tallest mountain in the Lower Galilee” (598 meters above sea level).
The Baron Garden in Rosh Pina
A first visit to the Baron Garden in Rosh Pina is truly impressive, especially if one arrives from the upper part of the reconstruction site of which it is a part.
The Segev Forest has not yet been discovered by the masses, and that is perhaps the secret of its charm.
Karnei Hittin (Horns of Hattin) National Park
Karnei Hittin (Horns of Hattin) National Park has an illustrious history and the winter and spring do it good (the summer here might be difficult).
The Hula Lake
The Hula Lake, which does justice to the botany and zoology of the past, has already become famous among bird-watchers in particular and nature lovers in general.
The Hula Nature Reserve
The Hula Nature Reserve was the first Nature Reserve in Israel, unique in its charm and wildness, and in the past it served as a home for tens of thousands birds, plants and rare fish.
Yiftah Crevices (Nekikei Yiftah) Nature Reserve
The small Yiftah Crevices (Nekikei Yiftah) Nature Reserve in the Upper Galilee, which spreads over only 45 dunams, reveals to its visitors fascinating geological phenomenon: fissures which were created over eons in the tough limestone, some of which reaching a depth of a few meters.
Birya forest, the largest of the forests of the Galilee, spreads over about 20,000 dunams of slopes in the area between Safed, Rosh Pinna and Hatzor HaGlilit.
Misgav Stream Nature Reserve
Misgav Stream Nature Reserve is located in the Upper Galilee, on the slopes of the Naftali Mountains, and spreads between road number 90 and kibbutz Misgav Am.
Yiron's “Living Lake”
In our dry country every water source is a worthy attraction and Yiron’s “Agam Hai” “Living Lake), a natural lake and an area rich in fauna and flora, is a real celebration.
The Sculptures Mountain in Tel Hai
On one mountain, not especially high but certainly pretty (and also mostly forested), meet the artists Menashe Kadishman, Dani Karavan, David Fine, Yigal Tumarkin, Tim Ulrichs, and many others.
The Vanishing River Park in Kibbutz HaGoshrim
Some people call this charming place paradise.
The Spring Park (Park HaMa’ayan) in Metula
Even though it is reconstructed, it seems that the Spring Park (Park HaMa’ayan) in Metula was always here.
Beit Keshet Forest
Quite a few forests cover the slopes of the Nazareth Mountains, and one of the bigger and most beautiful ones is Beit Keshet Forest: about 25,000 dunams of green and many charming hidden corners.
The Alonei Bar'am Forest Nature Reserve
The Alonei Bar'am Forest Nature Reserve which is in the Upper Galilee is the highlight of the great Bar’am Forest that surrounds it.
The Fortress Garden in Safed (Tzfat)
The beautiful and ancient Fortress Garden is situated on one of the highest points in the city of Safed (Tzfat).
Mount Shekhanya scenic promenade
The Mount Shekhanya scenic promenade stretches along a modest length of 800 meters only but it seems that it is enough to give one an eyeful of pure views that are also good for the soul.
Tal Grove National Park in the north of the Hula Valley is a well-kept and green place which includes 300 dunams of pools, canals and natural waterfalls, and about 240 impressive and large, a few hundreds of years old, gall oak trees.
Tir'an Forest, which is in the Lower Galilee, north of Nazareth, is situated on a relatively high and steep ridge.
The Western Galilee
Gardens and Parks
Ein Afek Nature Reserve
Ein Afek Nature Reserve is a unique and charming place in the Western Galilee region.
The Goren Park
Whoever wants to learn from up close – with eyes as well as with feet – how a Mediterranean grove is supposed to look at its best, should go to the northern Goren Park.
The cliff of Rosh HaNikra (which could be translated as "Head of the Grotto") is a unique, exciting and exceptionally beautiful Nature Reserve.
Montfort Lookout at Goren Park
Montfort Lookout, which is located in the heart of Goren Park in the Western Galilee, is one of the most beautiful of its kind. First and foremost, it provides a magnificent and surprising view of the southern cliff, on the opposite side, where the Montfort Castle (or its ruin, to be more accurate) is located.
Whoever thought about and planned this lake, in the heart of a valley next to the Galilee city of Ma'alot Tarshiha, knew exactly how to combine between the natural and the artificial.
Achziv is situated in the Western Galilee region between Nahariya and Rosh HaNikra, along the Northern coast of Israel.
The Sculpture Garden in Kibbutz Eilon
Sculpture Gardens are not a rare find in Israel, but still, sometimes there are enchanting and unfamiliar places, the discovery of which brings with it great excitement which is accompanied by a pure aesthetic delight.
The Bahai Gardens in Acre
The Bahai Gardens, located 2 kilometers north of the city of Acre, are the Bahai most sacred center in the world.
For those lucky ones who know it, Adamit Park, situated high up and enjoying a lovely breeze, is a wonderful place to escape to, even in the hottest summer days.
The Rock Park in Kisra-Sumei
At first sight, the Druze town of Kisra-Sumei looks just like another typical Galilee village.
Gardens and Parks
The botanic garden in "Mikve Israel"
In the territory of the agricultural school named "Mikve Israel" is located a botanic garden which was founded by the institution's principal Mr. Eliyahu krauzer in 1924
Caesarea & Netanya
Gardens and Parks
The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve
The Bitan Aharon Nature Reserve, which is located in the Sharon area, spreads over a fairly modest area of less than 45 dunams on a limestone ridge which includes quite a few ancient burial caves that are mostly closed to visitors.
Qaqun National Park
This small and wonderful place located in the central area of Israel, which provides a glimpse to the past, is not known to many antiquities lovers.
Shefayim Water Park
The first water park in Israel, the Shefayim Water Park which is located in the Sharon area, spreads over about a hundred dunams
Rubin Stream National Park – The Sorek Stream Estuary
So many points of interest await the travelers where the Sorek Stream pours into the Mediterranean Sea (and a little before that as well).
The Raanana Park
The Raanana Park is one of the largest green lungs in the Sharon area, offering vast, clean and well-kept spaces, as if it was only newly opened.
The Kadima Forest
At the base of the idea for planting this small and lovely forest in its current form was the notion of community.
Herzliya Park is undoubtedly one of the most charming urban parks in the area of the Sharon and the center of Israel.
The Hadera Forest Pool
At the heart of the Hadera Forest, which is on the coastal plain, a short distance from Hadera’s train station (a great advantage for those without a car), is a big winter pool.
Apollonia National Park
North West of Herzliya Pituah is the Apollonia National Park, a Crusader city, parts of which have been excavated in recent years.
Hadera Stream Park
After many years of being considered an ungraceful and harmful ecological nuisance, the Hadera Stream (Nahal Hadera) banks were rehabilitated in the area where the stream reaches the sea, not far from the “Orot Rabin” power station.
Hof HaSharon (the Sharon Coast) National Park
Going out on journeys is the sure way to miss on beautiful places just around the corner.
Tom and Tomer Hill
Behind the lovely name of “Tom and Tomer Hill” hides a hard reality.
Netanya’s ancient sycamore tree
Mintz Street in Netanya holds a great surprise for its visitors: a huge Ficus Sycomorus tree estimated to be between 600 and 1,200 years old!
The Horashim Forest
It is neither big nor famous and quite unassuming.
Taninim Stream (Crocodiles Stream)
The Taninim Stream (Crocodiles Stream) combines nature and history- an abundance of clear water, stream flora, numerous species of animals and impressive archeological finds.
The Orange Trail
The Orange Trail is a well-established attractions complex that is located in the heart of an orchard in the northern part of Hadera.
The Sha'ar Poleg (Poleg Gate) Nature Reserve
The Sha'ar Poleg (Poleg Gate) Nature Reserve is a place which gives you two for the price of one: a visit to the Mediterranean Sea and a beautiful and easy trail in one of the most magnificent coastal nature reserves in the Coastal Plain region.
Giv'at HaKalaniyot (Anemone Hill) in Hod HaSharon
There are many hills that get covered by anemones but Giv'at HaKalaniyot (Anemone Hill) in Hod HaSharon is one that is not known by many.
The Iris Reserve in Netanya
Many trails wind along and inside the beautiful Iris Reserve in Netanya, the official name of which is the “Purple Iris Reserve”.
The Hephzibah Site
A unique cooperation between the Israel Electric Corporation and the “Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites” (SPIHS) led in the beginning of the 2000s to the establishing of this beautiful area near the city of Hadera, which takes one on a visit to a different time.
The Hadera Forest
The eucalyptus forest near Hadera’s train station was planted with one aim: to dry the numerous swamps which were in this area not that long ago.
The Alonei Yitzhak Nature Reserve
The Alonei Yitzhak Nature Reserve, which is situated on the unclear seam between the north of the Sharon area and Ramat Menashe, offers its visitors nature which seems to take one back in time, not only because of the fact that this small nature reserve (about 150 dunams) is not filled with visitors, but also because it features an abundance of oak trees- a hint of the landscape that characterized the whole area until not that long ago (in fact, until World War I).
Bnei Zion Nature Reserve
West of the Bnei Zion moshav is hidden a small charming nature reserve of a little over a 100 dunams.
The Zur Natan National Park
A forest near the northern bank of the Alexander Stream.
The Winter Pond in Netanya
Just like other Winter Ponds, in rainy winters this pond looks more like a lake.
Eiron Forest, which is located at the western entrance to Wadi Ara, is not as familiar, busy and popular as many of the other forests of Israel.
Netanya Forest (Sergeants Grove), Netanya
Sergeants Grove (also called by the important sounding name of the Netanya Forest), is a relatively small green area of pure nature.
The Judean Lowland
Gardens and Parks
Mini Israel is usually marketed as an attraction for children, but adults will enjoy this special experience as well.
Neot Kedumim Nature Reserve
This is a classic place for those who want to take a time out and take in some clean pure nature.
The Yitzhak Rabin Park
The Yitzhak Rabin Park, which is in the Lowland, near the mountains of Jerusalem, spreads over an impressive area of 15,000 dunams.
The Zikim Sand Dunes Nature Reserve
Many of those who arrive at the secluded and beautiful Zikim Beach do not bother to visit the magical and untouched Zikim Sand Dunes Nature Reserve which stretches to its east.
The Sanhedrin Park in Yavne
The Sanhedrin Park in Yavne, situated in the Lowland area, is first and foremost the place in which according to Jewish tradition is buried Rabbi Gamaliel, the president of the Sanhedrin.
There is something a little surreal in a forest that touches on the desert: on the one hand abundance of green liveliness and on the other the yellow desert dryness.
Ashkeluna Water Park
Right next to the charming Delilah Beach in Ashkelon is found the Ashkeluna Water Park which spreads over about 10 acre.
American Independence Park
In the south-western area of the Judean Mountains is the vast American Independence Park: 30,000 dunams of planted forests and natural groves.
The Stalactites Cave (Me’arat HaNetifim)
The Stalactites Cave (Me’arat HaNetifim), also known as the Soreq Cave, is a beautiful carstic cave that is situated on the western slopes of the Judean Mountains, near the city of Bet Shemesh.
The Lakhish Park
On the southern bank of the Lakhish Stream, where it passes in the area of the city of Ashdod, a charming Urban park was established, which, on the one side maintains in a way the landscape which ruled the stream in its past- from sand dunes to ancient sycamore trees, and on the other provides the public with quiet corners and options for some activity.
Due to their special shape, caves of this type got the name of “bell caves”, and they are quite common in the Judean lowland region.
It seems that Britannia Park, with its diverse views and numerous trails, need almost no introduction.
The Ayalon-Canada Park
This is one of the more popular nature reserves in the country, located between the plain and the mountains, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Mount Tnufa Lookout
Mount Tnufa Lookout is also known as Ofer Schwartz Lookout, named after an Israeli Air Force officer who died in a training accident in the Judean Desert in 1996.
Britannia Park of the Judean lowland is not as busy as its neighbor, the Ayalon–Canada Park, but it is just as fascinating.
The “Ad Halom” Trails
The “Ad Halom” Trails in the southern part of the Coastal Plain (and actually an integral part of Ashdod) is a fairly new set of trails that was created for the benefit of pedestrians and bicycle riders that come to the “Ad Halom” Park.
Ashdod’s great sand dune
Here, at the South-East edge of Ashdod, it is very much recommended to takes one’s shoes off.
Tel Tatspit (Observation Point Mound) National Park
Lovers of antiquities, view and everything in between are invited to visit Tel Tatspit (Observation Point Mound), which was declared a National Park a few years ago, and spreads over almost 3,000 dunams.
Ashkelon National Park
In addition to well-kept lawns, charming shaded corners and a beautiful beach, Ashkelon National Park offers a journey in time into the past of one of the most ancient cities in the world.
The Ness Ziona Hills
When you arrive here, especially during the winter and spring, you understand why so many ask for making this small region a National Park (the process is under way).
The Gvar'am Nature Reserve
On the Southern Coastal Plane, between Yad Mordechai Junction and the kibbutz of Or HaNer, on a limestone ridge about 100 meters high above sea level, is this nature reserve, which is nice during most of the year, but especially lovely during the winter and spring.
The Tzor’ah Forest
The Tzor’ah Forest spreads over the hills in the higher part of the Judean lowland and it includes a unique combination of natural flora, archeological sites, sculptures and magnificent observation points.
Ben Shemen Forest
The “green lung" of the central area of Israel is the vast Ben Shemen Forest.
Nitsanim Dunes Nature Reserve
Thousands of dunams of soft sand dunes await those who come to this Nature Reserve, which was declared a few years ago but most of it is still under the army’s control.
Me'arat HaTeomim (The Twins Cave)
Me'arat HaTeomim (The Twins Cave) is one of the most beautiful of its kind and the deeper one goes in it the more surprised one gets at its size (a flashlight is a must in order to see one’s way as well as for watching the hordes of bats which live on the cave’s walls or fly above your heads).
Ya'ar HaMal’achim (The Angels’ Forest)
Ya'ar HaMal’achim (The Angels’ Forest), the official name of which is Ya'ar HaMal’achim–Shaharia, located in the Lowland area of Israel, a few kilometers from the entrance to the city of Kiryat Gat , spreads over about 7,000 dunams.
Ya’ar HaMeginim (The Defenders' Forest)
Ya’ar HaMeginim (The Defenders' Forest) in the Lowland area spreads over about 3,500 dunams and it includes quite a few pastoral hills and many pine, cypress, olive, carob and other trees.
Hulda Reservoir is located near kibbutz Hulda, in the Judean Lowland, and attracts many water birds, including an impressive concentration of various duck species.
The Adullam Grove Nature Reserve
In certain places and certain times, this region gives the delicate fragrance of Tuscany.
The Adoraim Dam
The Adoraim Dam, which is located in the Lowland area, does its job only in the winter (and in fact, only in fairly rainy winters).
The Hulda Forest
In 1909, a farm for the planting of olive trees was founded here, in an area which is to the south-east of the city of Rehovot, and at its center is a wonderful house named the “Herzl House”.
Hurbat Sokho (Sokho Ruins)
Besides offering an easy, not long and beautiful trail, Hurbat Sokho, which is in the Valley of Elah, is famous for its Blue Lupine blossom.
The Haruvit Forest
The Haruvit Forest which is in the Judean lowland, not far away from Kfar Menahem and near Re'em Junction, is one of the most intimate forests in the area- due to its modest size, beautiful trails and the hidden corners which it offers its visitors.
Ya’ar HaNasi (the President’s Forest)
Ya’ar HaNasi (the President’s Forest), which is in the Lowland, also known as the Tzora Forest, is the place to come to not only with picnic equipment but also with a Bible.
Beit She'an & the Valleys
Gardens and Parks
Balfour Forest, which is in the Lower Galilee, is first and foremost an area which provides magnificent views of the Jezreel Valley, its low hills and pastoral agricultural fields.
The Cyclamens Hill in the Ramot Menashe Park
The pretty and shaded Cyclamens Hill, decorated with pine trees and a short walking trail that surrounds it, gets a huge number of visitors during the winter (to be precise between the end of December and the end of February when the cyclamens blossom).
The Kibbutzim Pool (Brechat HaKibbutzim)
The Kibbutzim Pool (Brechat HaKibbutzim) in the area of the Valleys (which has received the name of Emek HaMa’ayanot (Springs Valley), is one of the wonderful surprises that Nahal Kibbutzim (Kibbutzim Stream) offers its visitors.
Katef Shaul (Saul 's Shoulder)
Whoever wishes to see the Harod Valley in all of its beauty, dotted with water pools, small villages and many areas of green and yellow blossom, will do well to climb up to Katef Shaul (Saul’s Shoulder), and view it from there. Katef Shaul (Saul’s Shoulder), which is in the Gilboa region, is named after the famous King Saul who fell here in captivity together with his sons during the battle against the Philistines on the ridge of Mount Gilboa.
The Valleys Park (Park HaAmakim)
The Valleys Park (Park HaAmakim) spreads on the banks of the Kishon Stream and is considered as one of the most well-kept of its kind in the area.
Alonei Abba Nature Reserve
On top of three hills of sedimentary rocks, north of the village of Alonei Abba in the Lower Galilee region, is the Alonei Abba Nature Reserve, 950 dunams of Tabor oak trees.
A tents campground with vast lawns in front of lakes at the Ganey Huga springs park in the Beit She’an Valley.
Avner observation point
It is always intriguing to find new places and for many the Avner observation point, in the Kibbutz of Ashdot Yaakov, on the eastern border of the Jordan Valley, does a good job in fulfilling this purpose.
Beit She'an National Park
Beit She'an National Park is an impressive archeological site, which preserves the antiquities of one of the most ancient and important cities in Israel.
On the edge of the beautiful Harod Valley, a few meters south of Navot Junction, there is a wide dirt road which leads to a place it is easy to get addicted to- Ein Jezreel, an especially surprising spring.
Gan HaShlosha National Park, Sahne
Gan HaShlosha, Sahne, is a National Park in the Beit She’an Valley, considered to be one of the most beautiful parks in Israel.
The renewed quarry at Hephzibah
In the years before the founding of the State of Israel, the Hephzibah quarry, situated at the foot of the Gilboa, was quarrying and cutting marble.
The Japanese Garden in the kibbutz of Hephzibah
What is a traditional Japanese Garden doing in the heart of the kibbutz of Hephzibah in the Harod Valley? If you do not know what it is that you are going to see here, you may be very much surprised.
Kohav HaYarden (the Star of Jordan) National Park
Due to its beauty, this special fortress located on Ramat Issachar (the Issachar Plateau) has a few names. Among these names are: Belvoir, Kohav HaRuhot (the Star of the Winds) and more.
Mayan Harod (Harod Spring) National Park
Mayan Harod (Harod Spring) National Park, located at the foot of Mount Gilboa, includes a spring which flows from Gideon's Cave, named after the Biblical Judge and military commander, Gideon.
Balfouria Nature Reserve
On a relatively small area of less than 50 dunams, spreads the Balfouria Nature Reserve, which preserves the area’s old swamp landscape, from the days before the swamps were dried out on a large scale in the Jezreel Valley.
Givat HaMoreh (Moreh Hill) Scenic Route
Trails are discovered all the time and offer new experiences. One of the most beautiful examples is Givat HaMoreh (Moreh Hill) Scenic Route in Ramot Issachar, which passes in the eastern part of the Lower Galilee Region.
Megido Landing Pad
It looks like nothing exciting is happening at the Megido Landing Pad which is in the Jezreel Valley (unless you are flying light aircrafts or gliding in your spare time).
The Island of Peace - Naharayim Park
Between the Jordan River and the Yarmouk (Yarmukh) River is an island which received the name of “The Island of Peace”, but as it is located between two rivers it is also known as Naharayim (two rivers).
“Between the Bridges” Park
As a part of the development of tourism in the area, the Harod Valley has been supplied with numerous new vehicle, bicycle and foot trails.
Beit Alpha National Park
In Beit Alpha is an archeological site of an ancient synagogue from the Byzantine period.
The International Bird Watching Center of the Jordan Valley
The International Bird Watching Center of the Jordan Valley, which is located in the kibbutz of Kfar Ruppin, offers a variety of guided nature and bird watching tours (including some overnight weekend tours).
HaMa’ayanot (The Springs) Park
A new and fresh packaging to the familiar springs of the Harod Valley: in the beginning of 2011, HaMa’ayanot (The Springs) Park was officially inaugurated at the foot of Mount Gilboa, which includes in it Ein Shokek (the Shokek Spring), Ein Moda (the Moda Spring) and Nahal HaKibbutzim (the Kibbutzim Stream).
Shimron National Park
Those who like people free groves (relatively) will enjoy Shimron National Park, which is located next to Timrat village in the Lower Galilee.
Gardens and Parks
Golda Park, which is in the Negev, is meant, among other things, to remind one that Golda Meir, Israel’s fourth Prime Minister, was a great supporter of settling the Negev.
Timna Park is located to the north of the city of Eilat and it combines a desert landscape and antiquities together with history and a diversity of activities for the whole family.
The Red Canyon
Beautiful red sandstone, in which floods passing in the stream carved a lovely narrow path, decorated with wall paintings created by nature itself.
The Peace Road
The Peace Road is a scenic road which passes along the border between the states of Israel and Jordan.
The Yatir Forest
The Yatir Forest is the largest planted forest in Israel and it is located in the least expected place in which one would expect to find a forest: in the desert.
Ganey Hadas (Hadas Gardens)
Ganey Hadas (Hadas Gardens) is a landfill site, used for the disposal of solid waste, which is a part of the Duda'im disposal site.
The Antelope Ranch
Here is an example of the realized dream of a nature loving person.
Faran Observation Point
A lookout balcony that looks over the moshav of Faran and the great Faran Stream which makes its way to the Arava Stream.
Tel Be'er Sheva National Park
Be'er Sheva, the capital of the Negev, started its existence as a random collection of wells by which gathered passing shepherds with their children and sleepy herds.
The Wastelands of Evrona and the Doum Palms
The Doum Palms is a nature reserve within a nature reserve.
Sapir Park is an oasis in the midst of the Arava Region.
The Shezaf Nature Reserve
A unique area in the heart of the Arava region, featuring landscapes that start to disappear from most of Israel.
Ma'aleh Akrabim (Scorpions Ascent)
Ma'aleh Akrabim (Scorpions Ascent) is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful scenic roads in Israel.
The Sounds of the Desert Park
The Sounds of the Desert Park, located near the Crater Promenade, in the north-east of the Ramon Crater, combines between the impressive desert landscape of the deep Ramon Crater and special sculptures which produce wonderful sounds with the gracious assistance of nature, or, to be more accurate, the wind which blows here at any season and at any time.
The Pura Nature Reserve
The Pura Nature Reserve is a real natural gem, right under one’s nose, near the road which goes between the cities of Kiryat Gat and Be’er Sheva.
Near Mitzpe Ramon in the Negev region, there is the biggest farm of its kind in the world, in which about 600 exotic alpacas and llamas, brought here from the Andes Mountains of faraway Chile, camels, horses and other farm animals, are being raised.
The Eshkol National Park
Near the Besor Stream there is a fresh green lung- concentrated generous 3,500 dunams of nature.
In Be'eri Kibbutz, in the north of the Negev region, is one of the most impressive and beautiful areas of bloom in Israel.
The Hai-Bar Yotvata Nature Reserve
It is very much recommended to stop for a visit at the Hai-Bar Yotvata Nature Reserve on the way to the southern city of Eilat or from it.
Mitzpe Ramon Quarries
The kaolin quarry in the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon) is situated about 200 meters after the entrance to the mill site.
Yeruham Lake is a manmade lake in the Revivim Stream channel, an oasis which sparkles in green and blue in the arid desert landscape.
The Dudaim Forest, which is located in the north of the Negev, is considered unique among the forest landscapes of Israel due to a few of its characteristics.
“Derech HaPsalim” (The Sculpture Path) in Kibbutz Hatzerim
“Derech HaPsalim” (The Sculpture Path), that is located near the Kibbutz of Hatzerim, not far from the city of Be’er Sheva in the Negev region, is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Israel, even if it is only three kilometers long.
The Boker Ridge Autumn Crocus Nature Reserve
It is always surprising to find flower blossoms in the middle of the desert, and even more so when it is that of the Autumn Crocus – the shy yellow flower that tends to blossom for only three weeks during the year (usually around October).
Lahav Forest is not just another forest.
Mitzpe HaShalom (Peace Lookout)
Mitzpe HaShalom (Peace Lookout), which is in the Arava, is an inseparable part of Derech HaShalom (Peace Road)- a narrow and winding scenic road that passes by desert views near the borderline with Jordan.
Ofakim Park, which some have tried to turn into a National Park (but so far unsuccessfully), offers spending a leisurely and pleasant half a day, with its highlight being a visit to the nearby Patish fortress, which is situated on the top of a high hill.
Shivta is a Nabataean city that was established in the northern part of the Negev region in the beginning of the 1st century CE.
Mount Ramon (Har Ramon) Observation Point
It seems that there is no better place or more appropriate for the commemoration of the Israeli Astronaut, Ilan Ramon, than here in the infinite spaces seen from the high ridges of the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon).
Gerar Stream Park
Quite a few places are connected in one way or another with the world’s first monotheist- Abraham our Father.
The Yeruham Iris Nature Reserve
It is said that the Yeruham Iris Nature Reserve owes its founding and publicity to a few soldiers from a near by military camp who have discovered in it a magnificent collection of the Yeruham Iris flowers.
Shokeda Forest is a eucalyptus forest located east of Moshav Shokeda in the Western Negev region.
Azuz Grove (Be’erotayim Grove)
As follows from the name of the site in Hebrew, Be’erotayim Grove contains two wells.
Lotan Center for Creative Ecology
For many- humans and birds alike- the kibbutz of Lotan which is in the Arava region, with it’s lovely and pleasant to stroll in Bird Reserve, is an important bird watching center.
The ancient Nabatean city of Mamshit was an important station on the Incense Trade Route of Antiquity.
Re’im Park is an integral part of the Grar Stream Park, an area that is not much travelled, and that is perhaps one of its advantages.
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