Israel HotelsZimmersAttractionsRestaurantsJNFNational
Tours in IsraelExcursions in Israel
Sea Of Life
Sea Of Life manufacture the finest quality skin care products using the pure ingredients of...
Tal Hotel
The Tal Hotel is offers the winning combination of comfort and convenience, a wide range...
The splendid landscape of Gamla Nature Reserve contains a host of animals and many...
British Park
British Park, in the heart of Judean Plain, covers some 40,000 dunams (10,000 acres; 4,000...
Dan Hotel
The Dan Hotel Eilat located on Eilat`s striking Red Sea beachfront. Imaginative...



The Meymadion – the biggest water park in Israel, is located in the heart of Tel Aviv, inside the Ganei Yehoshua site.

The Meymadion stretches over 25 acres of green lawns, shaded areas and clean sitting corners, with 5,000 colorful beach chairs scattered around the park.

The park contains water slides and swimming pools in various shapes, suitable for all ages. Every slide and pool is a unique attraction: meteor slides, slalom slides, fast tube lane, slow tube lane, hot shot slide, wave pool, swimming pool, kids and toddlers pool, adventure pool and more and more…

Note! It is forbidden to light fires in the park, but you can have a picnic in the park area or enjoy the variety of meals and snacks in the snack bar. It is also forbidden to bring glass bottles into the site.

Contact Information вапр

Address: 150 Rokah avenue, Tel Aviv - Yaffo
Disabled access:
Convenient access
At your disposal:
Pool on site, Restaurant
In preparing the page were used material from the site

Visited the place?
Leave a Reply!

 (1) All reviews: (1)
Write Comment
Hai Bar
By the turn of the twentieth century, many of larger animals who had once made their homes...
Campsite on the eastern shore of Lake Kineret with room for up to 300 tents. The site...
IMAX 3B Eilat, 3-d cinematic experience is located in the pyramid-shaped building opposite...
Nahal Me`arot
The southern bank of Nahal Me`arot lies on the lower reaches of the western part of the...
The Banias spring begins at the foot of Mount Hermon and its water rushes with great force...