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TheShis wrote a review Sep 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel29436 contributions3775 helpful votes
This is a great attraction for a relaxed 1-hour kayaking on the Jordan river. The flow is decent even during the hot days of summer, which is the recommended time to visit, as the temperature outside soars and the water remain VERY cold and refreshing.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Daniel T wrote a review Jul 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel214 contributions68 helpful votes
We took the long/challenging route with the older kids. Two busses from where you buy the tickets to when you start. Not a big challenge - you "crash" into a few walls/stones/trees/etc., but nothing to be worried about. This is not white water raftering. Once you join the relaxed route it is quite boring. Not much shade so make sure to put on enough sunscreen and take hats.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Eran U wrote a review Oct 2019
Israel114 contributions39 helpful votes
Come very early - it opens 10:00, we came 09:45 (and were not the first). almost no waiting in line. We took the long ride (more then 2 hours) - much more fun and recommended... Important: no Israeli pays the full price, all have coupons of different kinds. There are much better places around for a picnic so do not eat here.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Howard P wrote a review Sep 2019
Charleston, South Carolina1178 contributions571 helpful votes
This raft ride is partly owned by the Kfar Blum kibbutz. The day we were there it was very busy but there was order within the chaos. 4 or 5 in a raft for an hour float trip down tributaries of the Jordan River. Flat river with a current and one small river drop. Changing rooms at the take out that were on the wet nasty side. The river is shallow and you can stand almost the way in the river. Very busy with Israeli camp kids. Recommend if you are traveling with children. Hope this helps.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Ricky A wrote a review Aug 2019
Qiryat Ata, Israel71 contributions50 helpful votes
A nice one hour plus kayaking on mostly smooth waters in the Dan and Hatsbani rivers, tributaries of the Jordan river. The water flow is not aggressive and makes easy kayaking. The river is not very wide and depending on the hour is under shadow from the trees on the two banks, we were with children aged 5 to 12 and all had great fun. There is a small waterfall you cross and thee is a photographer taking your picture, which you can buy at the end of the tour. Be prepared for an interesting and worth picture!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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