- +972 (0)4-6500664
In the Eshkol visitors’ center you will receive an experience of water, lights,colors and sounds with a magnificent exhibition and explanation on Israel’s water sourcesl. The center also has a trivia game, a magnificent film and a walking tour.
The visit in Sapir is a remarkable experience thanks to the fascinating stories you will hear on the establishment of the water pipe and the water supply system to all of Israel accompanied by a model of the aqueduct and films.
The big challenging park in Tiberias
Challenging park for children in the archaeological park near Holiday Inn Hotel.
The park includes 4 giant rope pyramids, omega, climbing wall, swings and unique carousels. Special prices for Tiberias hotel’s guests- 15 NIS for a child. The entrance for one parent is for free. The second parent- 5 NIS. The park is open every day including weekends between 10:00-18:00.
Maman Bike Rental
- +972 (0)4-6792968
- +972 (0)4-6721078
In Abukayak you can enjoy the tour, sty and field lodging in various nature sceneries of the Jordan Park with walking trails along the river, aqueduct , springs and an old gristmill.
Guy Beach Aquatic Park
Aquatic park for all the family: water slides, swimming pool, wave pool, spacious lawns with sun tanning chairs and sunshades, restaurant and shop.
Cinema and auditorium
Beit Gavriel, Jordan Valley, Tel. 04-6751175.
Tolsta auditorium, Tel. 04-6797888
Sculpture Garden Museum
A unique sculpture complex that refers to the stories of Tiberias. The museum is open to the public all year round. It is located between the Scottish Hotel and the Sea of Galilee. Among the exhibiting artists are: Ilana Gur and Amos Yaskil.
Mule Tour (4x4 ATV)
- +972 (0)52-4625589
Tour on mules (4x4 ATV) comfortable and safe that make it possible to tour Ilania and the wonderful Beit Keshet forest that has many surprises, beautiful sceneries, smells, tastes, history and everything is spiced up with stories and explanations. Price: 250 NIS for a mule.
- +972 (0)4-6723007, +972 (0)50-5285246
Romantic sailing on wood boats with a sail, as done 2000 years ago on the Sea of Galilee. One boat is for 55 people and the other is for 114. The boats sail on the Sea of Galilee in different courses with all music styles.