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Gan Hashlosha – The Sakhne, a unique spring water pools national park
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Gan Hashlosha – The Sakhne, a unique spring water pools national park

Gan Hashlosha – The Sakhne, a unique spring water pools national park

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The spectacular water site of Gan Hashlosha is a perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. Throughout the year, the water temperature remains constant at 28 degrees.

Located between kibbutzim Beit Alfa and Nir David, it has naturally warm water where visitors can swim all year. It is named in memory of three Jewish pioneers who came to survey the land on behalf of the Jewish National Fund in 1938, when their car rode over a land mine and all three were killed.

Gan Hashlosha – (Sakhne) is located at the foot of the Gilboa and is considered one of the most visited and most beautiful water vacation sites in Israel. In the garden area is a spring, from which clear and warm water flows all year round, filling huge pools and a beautiful waterfall system. The water springs at a constant temperature of 28 degrees, which makes bathing warm and pleasant even in winter.

Gan Hashlosha (Sakhne) is a spectacularly beautiful water site, which is a perfect recreation place for the whole family. The spring in the garden springs all year round, at a constant temperature of 28 degrees. The giant pools in the garden are surrounded by spacious lawns, rich vegetation and ornamental trees, picnic areas and grill facilities.

Faucets, showers with hot water and restrooms are available to visitors – and everything is clean and maintained by dedicated and professional staff. You can also purchase coffee, light food and bathroom equipment at the convenience store. Gan Hashlosha is open every day of the week and throughout the year.


Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

This beautiful neighborhood, situated south of the Yemenite Quarter in Tel Aviv, is the first to be built in the new city of Tel Aviv back in 1887. Today it serves as the city's most stylish zone, a home for Israeli artists and yuppies. The gorgeous architecture of the old houses, packed within quiet narrow lanes, and the relaxed manner of the neighborhood's residents, make it highly recommended spending a delightful afternoon around the area. On your visit, make sure you don't miss the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, located in the heart of Neve Tzedek and one of the most beautiful cultural centers in the city. Surrounded by lovely gardens and splendid piazza, this complex is a home to two of the best Israeli dance companies, and a host for the most unique performances in town. Very close to Neve Tsedek is the now renovated Tacahana Complex, an old train station where visitors enjoy a a pedestrians only attraction with shops, cafe’s, restaurants, organic market art galleries and a family fun activities. Exploring the Historic Streets of Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv is an iconic neighborhood located in the southern part of Tel Aviv. It was founded in 1887 as one of the very first Jewish neighborhoods outside of Jaffa and soon became a hub for some of Israel's most prominent artists, writers, intellectuals, and activists. Today, it is widely considered to be a cultural center for Tel Aviv and is home to some incredible attractions like Shabazi Street, known for its quaint cafés and boutiques; Neve Tsedek Square, a popular spot for outdoor concerts; Shalom Tower & Clock Tower, two iconic landmarks; as well as numerous galleries, museums, restaurants and more. In addition to its cultural attractions, Neve Tzedek also offers visitors a unique glimpse into the past with its preserved 19th century architecture. As you stroll through its cobblestone streets, you'll find yourself surrounded by red-roofed buildings that evoke memories of days gone by. The quaint atmosphere makes it easy to forget that you’re in one of Israel's most vibrant cities! For those looking to explore beyond Tel Aviv's city limits but still remain close by, Neve Tzedek is conveniently located near major attractions such as Jaffa Port (2 km away), Hayarkon Park (3 km away), and Dizengoff Center (4 km away). Whether you're looking for an afternoon stroll or an evening out on the town - Neve Tzedek has something for everyone! So if you ever find yourself in Tel Aviv looking for something special - don't forget to check out Neve Tzedek! This historic neighborhood offers visitors a unique combination of culture and history coupled with modern attractions like cafes, boutiques and galleries. So grab your camera and get ready to explore - you won't regret it! With that being said - welcome to Neve Tzedek! We hope your experience here will be unforgettable!

A Unique Experience: Bird Migration in Israel

A Unique Experience: Bird Migration in Israel

Every year, hundreds of millions of birds migrate from their breeding grounds in Europe and Asia to the warmer climates of Africa and the Middle East. One of the best places to witness this incredible phenomenon is Israel, where the birds travel through the country on their way south. For any birding enthusiast, a trip to Israel is a must-see experience! The Best Time To View The Birds The best time to see bird migration in Israel is during the fall months, when most of the birds are making their way south for winter. It’s not uncommon to see large flocks of thousands of birds at once, soaring over mountains and valleys as they make their journey south. There are also plenty of opportunities to observe different types of birds as they pass through – from small songbirds, to large raptors like eagles and vultures. Where To Watch The Birds There are several great locations throughout Israel that offer amazing views of migrating birds. One popular spot is Ma'agan Michael, which is a national park located near Haifa on Israel’s northern coast. Here you can get an up close view of thousands upon thousands of seabirds flying overhead – a truly unforgettable sight! Another great spot is Kibbutz Yotvata, which offers stunning views over the Negev desert below. It’s one of the few places in southern Israel where you can easily spot both resident and migrant bird species as they pass through on their way south. Conclusion: Bird migration in Israel offers an unparalleled opportunity for birders and nature lovers alike! Whether you want to get up close and personal with seabirds or watch raptors soar high above the desert plains, there are plenty of amazing spots throughout Israel that offer breathtaking views of these majestic creatures during their annual migration southward each fall. With so many great locations offering stunning vantage points, it's no wonder that birding enthusiasts flock (pun intended) to experience this incredible event firsthand every year! So what are you waiting for? Grab your binoculars and head out for an unforgettable adventure – you won't regret it!

Explore the Wonders of Marine Life in Israel at the Israel Aquarium, Jerusalem

Explore the Wonders of Marine Life in Israel at the Israel Aquarium, Jerusalem

Israel Aquarium, Jerusalem, is the first aquarium in Israel built by the Gottsman family. The aquarium focuses on the conservation of habitats and marine environments in Israel, a contemporary challenge in nature conservation. Visiting the aquarium will take you on a fascinating tour that highlights the marine habitats in Israel, including the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Sea of Galilee, and even the Dead Sea. During your visit to the aquarium, you will be taken on a fascinating journey between the different marine habitats in Israel, in the Mediterranean Sea. The complex contains a variety of creatures ranging from shallow shore habitats to deep sea habitats. At the Red Sea displays you will get to know the colorful fish and corals that are unique to the sea. The one-way route will lead you between the magical worlds of the sea and the creatures that inhabit it. The aquarium was established in accordance with the recommendations of the National Program for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Israel. These recommendations emphasize the urgent and immediate need to preserve the marine environment in Israel. The habitats, fish, corals and other sea creatures are subject to many ecological threats - the pollution of the sea and its shores, overfishing and constant pressure from various factors such as tourism, trade, desalination, gas and oil drilling. Due to all of these, the urgent need arose to build a center that would deal with conservation, research, education, information and raising public awareness for the preservation of the sea and its shores. This is the "Israel Aquarium, Jerusalem" Visitors can enjoy the aquarium's various exhibits, which showcase the wonders of the marine environment. The exhibits offer an opportunity to learn about the unique marine biodiversity found in Israel and the critical role that conservation plays in preserving this fragile ecosystem. The aquarium is conveniently located in Jerusalem, making it easily accessible to visitors from different parts of the country. The Israel Aquarium is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in learning about the marine environment and contributing to conservation efforts in Israel. Address: Derech Aharon Shulov, Jerusalem

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