- +972 (0)4-6758635, +972 (0)50-4092265
Beit Ori and Rammy
- +972 (0)4-6757737
The Museum ”Beit Or and Rammy Nehushtan” is a museum for visual art, mainly Israeli art. The museum was established in the year 1958 and carries the names of the brothers, Or and Rammy, who were from Ashdot Ya’akov, and were killed under tragic circumstances at a young age.
- +972 (0)4-6755608
Galita will flood all of your senses with tastes and information about chocolate. The farm offers its visitors: a movie about preparing chocolate, a snail area, a chocolate creation area, ”tasting from heaven” – an instructional workshop with practical work, the factory store and coffee bar.
Museum Beit Haognim
- +972 (0)4-6658008
A unique display of findings from the Kinnereth that are related to fishing, remnants from the Bible days up till today. In the pictures you can see ancient ports, fish from the Kinnereth, nature phenomenons and sites.
Hamat Gader Baths
- +972 (0)4-6659999
The site offers covered and open thermo-mineral baths, warm springs, a cold pool, a huge slide, a crocodile farm, a treatment center and more.
the Galilee Yacht
Private sailing yacht & power boat charters – Sea of Galilee
The Long House
- +972 (0)4-6608124, +972 (0)54-6734539
An educational center that deals with the idea of the Kibbutz, pioneering and settlement that was established in Dgania A- the first Kibbutz. The center offers various high quality activities and ensures an unforgettable experience.
Tmarim Plus (”Dates Plus”)
- +972 (0)4-6759678
The factory store for date products also has dried vegetables and presents. At the site you can conduct tours searching for the dates (take a tour in an orchard and observe the date harvest) and a visit to the factory for the production and packaging of date products.
Sailing in the Kinnereth
- +972 (0)4-6658008, +972 (0)54-5658006
The site offers a wide range of activities, which include beach voyages, disco sailing, water events, sailing tour packages and recreation at the Kinnereth sites. We offer sailing and fishing trip, bird-watching trips (a unique sail to the Phalacrocorax habitats) and more.