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Hula Nature Reserve

#19 of 148 things to do in Galilee Features Animals
Rosh Pina-Kiryat Shmona road, Israel
+972 4-693-7069
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Wonderful nature preserve

Thank JNF for investing in this property preserving the land for many plants, trees, birds and... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
Seminole, Florida
via mobile
Great nature and birds watching!

Insect bites, wear bug repellent. Rent a golf cart to drive around. Awesome birds and landscaping... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2017
Deborah S
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
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Rosh Pina-Kiryat Shmona road, Israel
+972 4-693-7069
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Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

Thank JNF for investing in this property preserving the land for many plants, trees, birds and wildlife. Great place to get wildlife pictures.

Thank jekcpa
Reviewed 26 April 2017

Insect bites, wear bug repellent. Rent a golf cart to drive around. Awesome birds and landscaping! Great visit!

Thank Deborah S
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Visited there by beginning of April, with my wife and 2 small daughters(2 & 4.5), For all of us it was very nice attraction, about 1.5 KM walk, see a lot turtles and fishes, walking on the flouting bridge was very nice.(600M). Better to visit...More

Thank Zhalka
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Awesome paradise for birds as man "pushes" them along their natural migratory pathes ensuring they have plenty to eat in the appropriate marshy areas while the nearby crops are also properly cared for and cultivated. Take an easy bike ride (rentals available)around Agamon Lake, try...More

Thank RandiFayeC
Reviewed 2 April 2017

The birds are most common in the spring and the fall, but whatever the weather this is a paradise, and there's always something to see.

Thank Bulbe
Reviewed 11 March 2017

I know this place is supposed to be about the birds but go in the late afternoon for fabulous photo opportunities with or without them. We rented a golf cart and made the loop. Agricultural fields are all around the Reserve and you can see...More

1  Thank Propasto
Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

It is the end of the migration of the cranes. There were "only" about 80,000 left. We rented bicycles for 50NIS each and spent a wonderful 2 hours biking the approx. 11 km in a nice breeze on a cloudy day. This is a must...More

Thank Marc R
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Hula Nature reserve is not a must do on your visit to Israel (unless you are a bird watcher) however it is very beautiful and you will see animals. We saw water buffalo, numerous birds, turtles, fish and a few other mammals. Hula Nature reserve...More

Thank Ann C
Reviewed 27 January 2017 via mobile

Take the tractor ride for birdwatching and not the electric buggy or Bycicles etc the tractor takes you places where you can't reach on your own with the buggy or Bycicles because of the mud. It is a nature reserve and you really close to...More

2  Thank Shalgk
Reviewed 20 January 2017

It's not vast as natural parks go, but it does contain a good variety of wildlife. Birds are abundant but also check for turtles and othe species. The boardwalk has been very well designed and makes for a comfortable walk while not taking away the...More

1  Thank Luke0864
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Are birds plentiful at the Hula Nature Reserve in late June-early July?
3 April 2017|
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Response from Shalgk | Reviewed this property |
No It's mostly during winter time because of their migrating habits