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Nature near Jerusalem

Jerusalem Trail

The trail, about 30 kilometers long, is circular, beginning and ending at Sataf Springs and passing through the city of Jerusalem. Part of the route is intended for serious hikers.

Peace Forest

Located at the foot of the Armon Hanatziv Promenade, this forest was planted after the Six-Day War in the land between the western and eastern sections of the city. The forest has shade pavilions, rest corners, gardens, and magnificent observation points. The forest spreads over 400 dunams (99 acres) and its name symbolizes the hope for peace for all of Jerusalem’s residents.

Abu Gosh

Abu Gosh is a Christian-Arab village that was founded in the Ottoman period by the Abu Gosh family, and the majority of the 5,000 people residing in the village are descendants of that family. Although the village is home to notable structures such as the Benedictine Monastery (one of the most beautiful buildings preserved from the Crusader period), it is best known for its authentic Middle Eastern restaurants. People from all over Israel come here to enjoy a traditional meal of hummus, 9 lots of salads and a large variety of meat on the grill. Almost every Israeli traveling to Jerusalem makes Abu Gosh a pit stop for lunch or dinner, and we suggest you do the same.

Gush Etzion

Just 10 minutes from Jerusalem, the region of Gush Etzion offers attractions ranging from walking trails to high-adrenaline adventures, making it a great day-trip destination.

Deer Land Ranch

Nestled in the heart of the forest, the Deer Land Ranch is a huge wildlife reserve home to deer and other animals from parrots to ostriches. For action and adrenaline lovers the ranch offers a wide variety of extreme activities: a rope park, climbing walls and one of the longest zip lines in the world.?

Gush Etzion Winery

The Etzion bloc is perched among Israel's highest hilltops and enjoys optimal conditions for grape growing and wine production. The many ancient wine presses discovered in the area testify to the flourishing wine industry in the region since ancient times. In the mid 1990s, wine making in the Etzion bloc gathered momentum. Since then, some 125 acres of vineyards have been planted. In 2004 the new and modern Gush Etzion Winery was dedicated, in cooperation with the Tishbi Winery, and features a visitor's center and kosher dairy restaurant. The winery aims to maintain the region's longstanding agricultural tradition and link the vineyards and winery to ancient tradition.

Light and Sound Show

Come hear the battle story of the Etzion bloc, Jerusalem's southern guard, during Israel's War of Independence, as depicted in a multi-sensory sound and light show. Screened in six languages. 30 minutes. Entry fee; reservations must be coordinated in advance.

Walking Tours through the Etzion Bloc

Enjoy a variety of hikes and guided walking tours for the whole family. Wander through breathtaking landscapes, ancient sites, historic settings, springs and tourist sites. Pick up a free map at the Tourist Information Center or at the Kfar Etzion Field School.


Latrun is a scenic hilltop 20 kilometers west of Jerusalem and the site of many famous battles. Today, Latrun is a blend of old and new and is especially favored for its Mini Israel theme park.

Trappist Monastery

Amidst olive trees and vineyards lies the Trappist Monastery. It was built in 1890 by French Trappist monks who took a vow of silence. Today, monks still live and work in the nearby vineyards and olive groves. The monastery produces a fine variety of wines and olive oils that are sold at a store inside.

Mini Israel

Classic I Family I An entertainment theme park and one of Israel's leading attractions. Mini Israel recreates some of Israel's most important landmarks in amazing detail through hundreds of miniature models. Everything you see here is an exact replica of a structure. The park is a thrill for all ages and the best part is that, besides feeling like a giant, you get to see all of Israel in just a few hours.


The Mateh Binyamin Regional Council is Israel's largest, numbering over 54,000 residents and sprawling across extensive territory, which includes enchanting landscapes, natural springs, exciting sites, hiking trails and attractions for the whole family.

Binyamin Visitor's Center

In the heart of Israel, amidst a biblical landscape between Jerusalem and Shiloh, sits the Nahalat Binyamin Visitor's Center. A mere 20 minutes from Jerusalem, visitors can enjoy an exciting tour of the Binyamin region, a place that mingles old with new in an enchanting atmosphere. Located above the Psagot Winery, the visitor's center entertains guests with an intriguing film, a sound and light show in the winery's barrel room, and an interactive trivia game on the balcony overlooking vistas pulled straight out of Genesis.

Ancient Shiloh - Tours

The site represent fascinating archeological and historical treasure. Visitors of the site wil be rewarded by an inspiring panorama primal landscape of the bible. A variety of tours offered at ancient Shiloh in variety of languages.

Psagot Winery

Psagot has grown steadily since its establishment in 2003 and currently offers seven different types of wine. In 2009, the winery produced 80,000 bottles, most of which were exported. The winery's quality vineyards are planted on picturesque limestone terraces 900 meters above sea level at the community settlement of Psagot.

Tanya Winery

Located in the settlement of Ofra, 900 meters above sea level, sits the Tanya Winery, a family winery opened by Yoram Cohen in 2001 (and named after his daughter). Wine-making at the site dates back thousands of years (3,000-year-old winepresses were discovered nearby). The grapes grown on Tanya's vineyards are treated by hand using traditional methods.

Anatot Winery

This boutique winery is situated on the Anatot settlement. Anatot Winery was opened in 1998, when a pair of wine enthusiasts decided to take their hobby more seriously. The winery produces 10,000 bottles a year and has been awarded many prizes.

Gvaot Winery

The winery opened in 2005, on the cliffs above the Shiloh River, 800 meters above sea level. The boutique winery produces about 12,000 bottles a year to ensure the proper level of attention to each and every bottle. The winery continues the ancient tradition of wine-making on the rocky hilltop, confirmed by the hundreds of ancient wine presses scattered among the vineyards.

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