Alon Promenade

Alongside the beautiful Alon promenade you may choose from various activities and attractions: sailing in large wooden ships, hiring a motorboat, banana-boats, water ski and much more. You are welcome to visit souvenir shops, fine fish restaurants and coffee shops.


Abu-Kayak at the Jordan Park offer special attractions for the whole family! You may choose a kayak or tube sailing, bicycle tours, hiking paths and much more. A natural wooded area offers shade with picnic tables and free dressing and bathroom facilities. Tel: 04-6721078

Kfar Blum & Beit Hillel Kayaks

Kayaks and rafting on the Jordan River. Adventure park for the whole family. At the park: rope playground, omega, bow & arrow, climbing wall, water slides and more. Tel: 1-700-50-66-11

The Jordan River Rafting

Fun-filled rafting and sailing with kayaks for the whole family. Our rafting site is located in the heart of a eucalyptus grove, on the Jordan river shore, 1.5 km. north of the Gadot junction. Snack-bar and cloak rooms are available for our guests’ convenience. Tel: 04-6934622

Sailing on Ancient Wooden ships

A boating experience like it used to be 2000 years ago! Various sailing routes and world-wide music on board. Sailing in the Holy Land Tel: 04-6723006/7/13

Luna Gal

Rejuvenated water park with with swimming-pools, water slides, sea sport equipment, the longest tube sailing route in Israel, spacious green lawns, shaded areas, snack-bar and much more.

Bicycle rental

Tel: 04-6712272 Bicycle tours have become very popular in the last few years. Lots of bicycle paths are available around the Sea of Galilee. The exciting Kinneret encirclement in November attracts many visitors from all over the country, among many other bicycles events. For more information please contact the hotel’s reception desk.

Hamei Tiberias Hot Springs

Tiberias hot curative springs by the Sea of Galilee. We offer special pampering treatments, healing mineral pools, fresh water pool and baby pool. Tel: 04-6728500

Beraniki Mountain

The mountain is named for Beraniki, sister of Agripas II, who ruled Tiberias in 61 BC. In archaeological digs done on the summit, a Byzantine church was found, from the 6th century BC. This church had been active till the Crusaders’ era (12th century BC.) At this site are traces of the ancient Byzantine wall, … Continue reading Beraniki Mountain