Touring the Holy Land
The many projects in Nazareth Forest, the Millennium Forest, Jordan Park and Jerusalem are just a few examples of KKL-JNF activities to preserve and foster sites holy to members of all religions in the Land of the Bible.
  • Adulam-France Park - A Biblical Landscape

    Archaeology and Green Expanses in Central Israel: Discover true, unadulterated beauty; rolling hills, natural woodlands, venerable oaks, picturesque vales, remnants of ancient villages and a network of underground caves.
  • Jordan Park - The River Jordan and Bethsaida

    Geographic Location: Golan Heights
    Jordan Park, with the largest river in Israel, great lawns, ancient mills, hiking trails, Tel Beit Saida and overnight campsites, is waiting for you. Jordan Park has been developed and is maintained by contributions from friends of KKL JNF all over the world.

  • Jerusalem Park - A green ring around the City of Gold

    A Green Park for a Golden City: The Jerusalem Ring is a new metropolitan park that extends over some 1,500 hectares (3700 acres), surrounding Israel's capital to the north, west, and south.

  • Ayalon Canada Park - The Valley of Ayalon and the Battle of Joshua

    Ayalon Canada Park is named after the Ayalon Valley that lies at its feet, and in recognition of the contribution for its development from friends of JNF Canada.

  • Mount Berenice - Gazing upon the Sea of Galilee

    At the top of the hill that looks down upon Tiberias and the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee), which nestle below as if in the palm of a hand, stand the ruins of an impressive Byzantine church and the remains of the wall that once fortified the city.

  • Walking the Nazareth Iris Trail in the Lower Galilee

    The Givat HaMoreh summit provides magnificent views of the gullies, moshavim, kibbutzim and farmland in the Lower Galilee, and lends the water reservoirs set among the fields the appearance of precious blue stones.

  • Mount Tabor Walking Trail

    Mount Tabor looks out towards the Galilee, and its summit is crowned with a Franciscan monastery. It is also where Deborah the Prophetess and general Barak Ben Avinoam sucessfully fought General Sisera and his Canaanite army.

  • Horvat Rosh Zayit - Archeological Remains in the Galilee

    Horvat Rosh Zayit, where the remains of a site from the Early Israelite Period have been discovered, is situated in the Segev Forest in Lower Galilee.

  • Horvat Yatir - Pilgrimage to a Biblical City in the Desert

    Pilgrimage to sites mentioned in the Bible that can be visited today, enjoy walking trails, recreation areas and parks in KKL-JNF forests.

  • Pilgrimage to Tel Shimron in Northern Israel

    "And Kattath, and Nahallal, and Shimron, and Idalah, and Bethlehem," (Joshua19:15): Visit Tel Shimron, the site of a major city in the Canaanite period, located in the beautiful Jezreel Valley.

  • Tel Ayalon and Tel Azeka, a pilgrimage in Central Israel

    Pilgrimage to sites mentioned in the Bible that can be visited today, enjoy walking trails, recreation areas and parks in KKL-JNF forests.

  • Sataf on the Baal Trail - Jerusalem Hillls

    Sataf, nestling among the Jerusalem Hills in central Israel, is the site of an enchanted world watered by two springs, Ein Sataf and Ein Bikura, pools and walking trails.

  • Jerusalem Forest’s Cedar Trail (Shvil HaErez)

    The Cedar Trail (Shvil HaErez) walking trail is located in Jerusalem Forest which is situated southwest of Jerusalem and is the green lung of the residents of the capital city and central Israel.