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Ramat Hanadiv

Updated: Apr 1, 2020

Zichron Yaakov



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Deborah Dickson

“Great if you want a tiyul that is a perfect length for younger kids – including some water paddling (babies on your back). You can also get a booklet with stuff for them to look out for en route from the info desk and they receive a medal with a cute presentation at the end! There are also gardens if you prefer a more relaxed walk around.”


There is a special area on their site about the children’s activities – click here.

At the southern end of Mount Carmel, between Zikhron Ya’akov and Binyamina, lies Ramat Hanadiv, a natural gem dedicated to the memory of Baron Edmond de Rothschild. Ramat Hanadiv is a living memorial to Baron Edmond de Rothschild, operating for the benefit of current and future generations of the entire Israeli public. Ramat Hanadiv plays a leading role in the management of natural and cultural resources based on sustainable interactions between man, nature and the environment, and encourages understanding and appreciation of this ideal. To fulfil this mission, we invest great effort in innovative management, scientific research, environmental education, and invite visitors to enjoy the Memorial Gardens, the Nature Park and the Visitors Pavilion.

Whether it is music in the Memorial Gardens or orienteering in the Nature Park, visitors of all ages will find something of interest among Ramat Hanadiv’s rich range of activities. Attractions include: bird ringing, ambling with goats, concerts, guided tours, and special family events.

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