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Jordan River Rafting

Jordan River Rafting

Tourist complex "Rafting" at the Jordan River became the first in Israel to engage in tourism and water sports.

Complex is located near Kibbutz Gadot in the Upper Galilee near the Golan Heights.

For the past 20 years, we offer a variety of recreation for families, corporate recreation and tourism:

- Kayaks on the Jordan River;
- Extreme rafting;
- Trips on the jeeps, bicycles, walking to the most beautiful places Hula Valley and the Upper Galilee;

- Paintball;
- Omega in the Jordan River;
- On the territory of the complex is a restaurant "Iskander", where you can enjoy exquisite dishes of Turkish cuisine, meat and fish delicacies.

Contact Information вапр

Address: Kibbutz Gadot , Upper Galilee
Phone:
04-9007000
Fax:
04-6938977
E-mail:
rafting@bezeqint.net
Parking:
Yes
At your disposal:
Restaurant
In preparing the page were used material from the site www.rafting.co.il

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