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עמותות התיירות בגליל

  • Golan Golan

    Land of water, wine and basalt. The land of wild landscapes, freedom and breadth.
    Golan Heights.

  • Land Of The Galilee Land Of The Galilee

    Come and rest in a pleasurable vacational experience.

  • Tiberias Tiberias

    Tiberias, Galilee’s capital, nourishes its future with its glorious past.

  • Sea of Galilee Sea of Galilee

    Information center about hikes, vacant lodging and reduced tickets for attractions.

  • The Valleys The Valleys

    An enjoyable experience in various tourist sites applicable for the whole family.

  • Nazareth Nazareth

    A city with international value of history and heritage. Be part of the experience.  

  • Western Galilee Western Galilee

    The most loved beaches, sceneries, attractions, lodging and sites in the Western Galilee

  • Springs, Gilboa and Bet She’an Springs, Gilboa and Bet She’an

    The valley of  Springs, Gilboa and Bet She’an . One of the gorgeous regions in Israel.

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Adventure Trips

The Galilee has long been a haven for adventure recreation enthusiasts. The diverse geographical conditions allow visitors to engage in many varieties of this form of recreation. Rappelling and climbing can be enjoyed along the cliffs of the Western Galilee; the beaches and the Sea of Galilee are ideal for various challenging water sports; tubing can be enjoyed in the streams or in the Jordan River, while dryer activities, such as horse riding can be pursued on the hills and along narrow country roads. Many local companies rent every off-road vehicle imaginable, which you can drive to the region’s remotest corners. Year-round, the weather hardly ever frowns at adventure-seeking visitors. At winter time, the region offers ski at Mount Hermon and excursions to gushing streams; in the summer, springs walking and rafting are the major highlights. Anyone looking to boost a visit to the Galilee with some adventure will enjoy an endless range of possibilities.

Adventure Trips

  • 1

    Rappelling, Crawling, and Scenery

    Begin at Akhziv Beach. Watch the waves breaking on the shore and raging about the breakwater. Continue north along the Galilee’s northernmost highway and enjoy the scenic landscape. Start the excursion with a refreshing hike to the top of Keshet Cave. A remnant of a gigantic prehistoric cavern, its upper section has collapsed, leaving a spectacular arch. After anchoring securely, rappel to the bottom of the cave, and halt halfway to admire the breathtaking scenery from an unconventional spot. Follow the highway eastward and turn to the marked path leading to Namer (Heb. for tiger) Cave. A bit of crawling will allow you to spot the cave’s splendid stalactites. Continue driving east to Goren Park, where you can hike through the forest until you reach the Montfort. Enchanting Galilee views are guaranteed throughout this day’s journey.

  • 2

    Bicycles, Jeeps, and Kayaks

    Begin the day with a revitalizing bicycle trip around Hula Lake. Watch the birds rising to embark on their daily routine, tweeting and chirping as they carry on migrating or fly about in search of food and shelter. Stop for a delicious country breakfast at one of the valley communities. Rent a jeep and follow the line of springs flowing down the slopes of the Golan Heights until you reach the Ein Tina spring, which forms a shallow pool. Continue up stream to the fountainhead, channeled into a massive pipe. Hear the roar of the falling water and admire the luscious greenery. Cross the river to Kfar HaNassi and begin rafting through the Mountainous (northern) Jordan. Conclude the excursion with a visit to the ruined crusader fortress of Ateret, and search for the wide crack in the wall, caused by the ill-fated 1202 earthquake.

  • 3

    Ramot for unparalleled views

    Ascend to Ramot for unparalleled views of the Sea of Galilee, and go on an enchanting horseback tour of the slopes of the Golan Heights down to the Sea. Conclude this tour with a visit to the Zaki stream, and continue along – and within – the creek for a wild adventure of water, plants, and animals. If you keep very quite, you will likely encounter softshell turtles, rare birds, and even Tiger lurking on the banks. Conclude this circular excursion with a drive to Dugit Beach. Choose from an assortment of the aquatic activities on offer, and then treat yourself to a delicious fish dinner at one of the lakeside restaurants.

  • 4

    Mountain Bike Trail - The Sea of Galilee

    We will start our cycling tour around the Sea of Galilee from Tiberias, where it is possible to rent mountain bikes and all the relevant equipment (and in Ramot and Had Nes as well). It is from here that the trail, which is suitable for intermediate cyclists, climbs above the city and offers spectacular scenery overlooking the lake and the mountains of the Golan Heights as it heads south. A winding descent suitable for advanced cyclists at Ein Poriya offers an interesting diversion at Kineret, followed by the opportunity to enter the River Jordan at the Yardenit baptismal site and a visit to Israel’s first hydroelectric plant at the southernmost tip of the Sea of Galilee. 
    The trail (for intermediates) continues around the eastern shores of the lake, with its many overnight accommodation options. The second day begins with a climb up to the remains of the hilltop village Susita and continues via nature reserves and valleys through Ein Gev to Ramot, with its hotel, B&B accommodation and even spas. The third day includes flat cycling where the River Jordan and streams from the Golan Heights flow into the lake, followed by a climb up to Almagor which is situated at sea level overlooking the north-eastern shores and on to the Church of the Beatitudes. After an overnight stay in Migdal, the final day includes spectacular views from Mount Arbel, with a long descent back to Kfar Hittim and a final climb up to another Sea of Galilee outlook, before ending the ride back in Tiberias.