Nahariya in Israel, from Middle East region, is best know for Specialty Museums. Discover best things to do in Nahariya with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 67 reviews
I was very impressed by this museum -- the manner and order of the presentations and of the information was outstanding. Oral history videos added to the experience.
The children's museum was exceptional in presenting a child's experience of the holocaust and emphasizing the traits and coping skills that helped children through this ordeal.
5 based on 15 reviews
We invites you to join us for wet-action attractions, mixed programs of Tornado speed-boat cruises, sea safari, kayak and s.u.p. trips. Surely one of the most exciting experiences in the charming western Galilee region, from the Achziv lagoon via the five Islands to the scenic .grottoes of Rosh Hanikra, one of Israel's most beautiful and famous natural attractions
We took the tornado half hour boat ride and had great fun. The boat is fast and the scenery is beautiful and thanks to the trip we chose which Beaches to visit afterwards.The staff are friendly and fun.Next time I would like to try out...MoreThank you! it was our pleasure to have you on board. looking forward to paddle with you next time :)
4.5 based on 389 reviews
You spend 15 USD a person to ride down the cable car to the grottos. It’s a 30 second ride. All you’re going to see in the grottos, you can be done in about 15 minutes.
The grottos are lovely and we got splashed! And if you’re up here already why not go! But remember it’s quite expensive even by Israel standards so I would not make a special trip just for this.
4.5 based on 574 reviews
The Hospitallers, the Order of the Knights of St. John, built this impressive fortress more than 700 years ago.
Great museum. Continuous renovations and updates seems to be ongoing, worth a visit. Make sure you don't miss the tunnels to the sea.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Nice beach that costs about 30 NIS to enter (kids free to a certain age) - has a nice archiological park that ends with some cliffs that you walk down to get to the beach.
There are all sorts of shallow pools going on at the beach, making it lots of fun for kids, without the danger of the open seas.
4.5 based on 431 reviews
Our tour guide explained everything about this area. We just took photos but if you have the time to walk around you would enjoy these beautiful manicured Gardens.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Let us introduce you the Israeli magical Mediterranean coasts form above and under the water. Indigo Maritime Center is your "one stop shop" for all marine recreational activity.on the northern shores of the Mediterranean coast. Join us for an exiting speed boat tours or a daily scuba diving trips.
Lovely tucked away beach, not too crowded. Pleasantly clean and maintained. Selection of water sports.
4 based on 55 reviews
Anyone who thinks this little park and zoo is a “top attraction” is in the wrong city.
Children aged up to about eight find it fascinating but it needs a lot more effort and improvements all round, starting with simple things like stating on its limited English language site whether or not the place is open.
This was our second visit in four years as we have five grandchildren living locally and the truth is, Nahariya, with its warnings of “swimming prohibited” along the vast majority of its beachfront, is a place you are more likely to visit for family reasons than as a tourist.
We took two taxis across town, and taxis are one of the few local bargains as the rides cost just 18 Shekels a vehicle. Good value. Also good value is the admittance price to this park: 60 Shekels for six of us with the local discount for four children.
Travelling with up to five children aged nine and down, we have to go where there are toilets nearby. Here Nahariya Botanic Garden and Zoo scores, up to a point. Israel’s public toilets are usually poor or nonexistent as many a tour bus party has found.
The ones at this garden are OKish but need repair and maintenance. The first cubicle I directed a grandson into had the WC seat on the floor. USELESS! The urinals smelled and the towel container was empty. Try getting some Dyson Airblade hand dryers, management!
Instead of proper hand drying facilities we had to make do with rolls of paper towels sitting on the sinks, where they quickly get wet. Not good enough.
On to the few exhibits of animals and birds, which are OK if you don’t expect much, for this is just a small space with a few enclosures and not many exhibits. Go to Birdworld near Farnham, Surrey, England, to see how it can be done, with birds in spacious enclosures allowed to fly freely, not with their wings clipped as were some here.
Our grandchildren enjoyed a long stay in the children’s rabbit petting area, where they joined many other children chasing long suffering but good tempered rabbits.
Just round the corner we looked for the Meercats, one of the highlights of our last visit. We saw just two this time- perhaps the rest had burrowed their way out. Who could blame them? I felt the same way. Signs describing creatures were lacking in many pens- one of many “must try harder” memos to management.
While the kids were enjoying themselves we thought: 1) Why is this place so half-baked it cannot provide refreshments, other than a soda machine? Not even a coffee and cake was to be had.
Just as well we had made sandwiches so at least the children didn’t go hungry, but they just had water to drink as I saw only one solitary water Fountain .
Suggestion: If this place is to be any kind of attraction - and there were plenty of people there when we went - give someone a catering concession and staff it on high days and holidays at least. To have to go for hours without food or coffee is ridiculous and shows dismal management, to put it mildly.
2) The so-called seats are just hard, highly uncomfortable benches at tables, designed to be as uncomfortable as the human body can bear. They dig into the back and the bottom. Horrible!
We couldn’t wait to get out of there for this reason alone. Get some better seats, management! Or do you want to encourage people to quickly leave?
A small souvenir stall would help pay for the much-need improvements. It’s all obvious really. Or should be.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The old town of Akko (Acre) was recognized as UNESCO heritage site. I come there frequent since it is really amazing. I love visiting Akko's walls last resorted by El-Jazzar in 19th century, Knights's fortresses and Templar's Tunnel, Khan el Umdan, Largest mosque in Israel outside Jerusalem, Turkish Hamam, churches and synagogues as well as active bazaar and fisherman port. Place to have good humus, sweets and black coffee.
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