When arriving in Israel you’ll find many things to do with kids. Israel is like any developed western country and there are many attractions for tourists of all ages. We all know the famous question “Are we having fun yet?” the answer is yes, we are having lots of fun in Israel.
Here I am going to mention some fun activities for children with a brief description and a link to their sites for more information. Click on the name and enjoy their sites.Meymadion
This is the largest water park in Israel. It is located on the grounds of Ganei Yehoshua, a green and flourishing area. You will find a large variety of different shaped pools each suitable for different ages among them, wave pools‚ toddler pools‚ swimming pools.
You will also find fantastic water slides such as the meteor slide. Pools and special slides are not the only attractions they have‚ in order to offer some variety we also have basketball courts‚ a soccer field‚ beach volley ball and more.
This amusement park is such a magical place. Just the thought of it brings up waves of nostalgia, innocent childhood memories and sensations of true happiness and freedom.
The Tel Aviv Luna Park, with endless attractions and adventures, can be a thrilling and fascinating experience for everyone, big and small. A visit to the Luna Park is an opportunity for the whole family, mom, dad and even Savta and Saba, to experience together the atmosphere of freedom and liberating childhood once again.
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The Jordan River is not only the most famous river in the Bible, but is also a prime kayaking and canoeing destination for Israelis and visitors.
The Jordan River is formed from several streams of waters from snowy Mt Hermon. It becomes a single river near kibbutz Kfar Blum in the Hula Valley. You can take your kids to the area and have an unforgettable experience of sailing in your own family Kayak and paddle your way through the “rough waters”.
The tour starts either in Kibbutz Hagoshrim or Kibbutz Kfar Blum and takes about 90 minutes. It’s a lot of fun for the kids and for the adults as well. The season for Kayaking is between March and October. Minimum age for the family routes is about five and for the rougher routes about ten
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This place is ideal for families with kids of all ages, since there is something for everyone here. Paintball and Tactic-ball games are well known as a challenging action sport and an exciting adventure for leisure time.
The visitors receive professional instruction and close supervision from a staff of experienced instructors and referees throughout the game.
For enhancing the players’ safety they rigidly enforce compliance with the stringent Safety Rules and mandatory use of adequate protective gear like safety jackets, protective masks, overalls, and more. Weapons used at their facilities are top quality state-of-the-art models.
They have a few branches throughout Israel:
Ashdot is a veteran company with more than 10 years experience in the field of outdoor sports in Israel. They import rappelling and climbing gear as well as other hiking equipment from leading manufacturers. They also organize tours for groups and families, customized according to your needs.
The guides employed by the company are experienced, English speaking professionals. Certified guides are available for hire upon request.
A number of activities:
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Canada Centre is situated in Northern Israel, in the town of Metula, in the Upper Galilee. It is one of the foremost and striking tourist attractions in Israel.
It sits on a mountainside observant to cylindrical charming scenery and offers an abundance of possibilities such as sport activities, pastime, culture, and seclusion. The activities provided by the center are programmed for all ages, families, and groups in every season of the year.
The highest point in Israel is an inviting place to hike all year round. Skiers, of course, will head straight for Mt Hermon in winter, but those who prefer to walk can also have a ball there.
When summer has already set in over the rest of the country, Mount Hermon is still bursting with the vitality of an extended springtime.
In the months of July and August, take a break from the beach and
the steaming city and cool off on the Golan. Don't forget to bring warm
clothing with you because the nights are cool. On a clear day, which is the
norm in summer, you'll have a superb view of the mountains of the Galil, the
Golan, and southern Lebanon.
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Also called the Ramat Gan Safari, the Zoological Center Tel Aviv in Ramat Gan opened to the general public in 1974 as an African animal park. In 1981, a modern zoo was established in the middle of the park, populated with animals brought from the former Tel Aviv Zoo, which had closed.
The combined African Park and zoo are popularly known as the "Safari". The African Park and the zoo within occupy 250 acres and include 1,600 animals of different species: 68 species of mammals, 130 species of fowl, and 25 species of reptiles.
The Safari is the largest animal collection in the Middle East and is unique in the world, because of the large herds of mixed species of African animals that roam the spacious African Park. The zoo contains a variety of animals from around the world.
Located on the shores of the Red Sea, is an ecological site unique in Israel and throughout the world where visitors can enjoy a natural atmosphere, magical views, secluded beach, together with the unusual opportunity of meeting and observing dolphins in their natural habitat.
A group of “bottlenose” dolphins, including babies born at the site, maintain their daily routine of hunting, playing, courting and socializing. They are free to choose between human companies or to continue their daily routine in the group. The fact that the dolphins choose to be with us reinforces, in our opinion, the true bond created between them and us.
There are many more things to do with kids in Israel. We’ll keep bringing them to you constantly.
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