In the city of Nof Hagalil you will find several attractions that have served the city's residents and visitors for several years, but these days four more main attractions are planned that are worth paying attention to, such as the longest zipline in Israel that is currently being built, and which we wrote about here about two years ago.
The new tourism projects, designed to upgrade the quality of leisure time for the city's residents and guests, join the tourism projects established over the past three years by the municipality in cooperation with government ministries, the JNF, Mifal Hapais and the Southern Jordan Drainage Authority, the Open Spaces Fund. For example, Nupark - a unique urban park that has been awarded the title of one of the most beautiful in Israel, V-Planet - a sophisticated planetarium, a sculpture garden, an ecological lake, an amphitheater, Nahal Tavor Park, a park for the Iris Trail and umbrella boulevards.
Here is a glimpse of four attractions that are being built in the city and will be completed in the coming years.
Renewed with attractions that will be built in it. Aerial view of the Galilee landscape (Photo: Municipality Spokesperson's Office)
Restaurant on the view
An exceptional urban project is being built by the Municipal Economic Company, with the assistance of the Ministry for the Development of the Negev, Galilee and National Resilience at a cost of about NIS 20 million. This is a restaurant that will be a unique tourist culinary attraction, as it sits on a spectacular view of the Nupark complex - an urban park overlooking Mount Tavor. Yaad Architects designed the building in its special location on the hillside with a view of the view, so that diners on the balcony resting on one leg will feel a sense of levitation in the landscape.
Restaurant on the landscape that will be established in the Galilee landscape (Simulation) (Photo: Nof Hagalil Municipality Spokesperson's Office)
The new water park in Nof Hagalil is currently being built in the summer pool complex. Upon completion of its construction, this summer, it will give children and adults alike an enjoyable time on water slides 12 meters high, water installations with an innovative design of fog poles, fountains, mushrooms and arches, the Children's World and other refreshing attractions for the hot summer days of the summer vacation. The scope of investment in the project exceeds NIS 15 million.
Water slides with a height of 12 meters. Nof Hagalil Water Park (Photo: Nof Hagalil Municipality Spokesperson's Office)
The Nof Promenade is currently being built by the JNF at an investment of over NIS 20 million in Churchill Forest, near the city's Malibu residential neighborhood. The length of the promenade is 7.5 kilometers around Churchill Forest, and in order to prepare it, the old path will be turned into an asphalt road 5 meters wide, the sidewalk will be raised two meters wide for the benefit of the walkers, and along the promenade seating areas and observation points will be prepared for the view.
The promenade is 7.5 km long around Churchill Forest. Nof Hagalil Promenade (Photo: Nof Hagalil Municipality Spokesperson's Office)
Another tourism project that has completed the approval stages and is nearing execution is the construction of the longest Zipline Extreme in Israel, with a length of 670 meters and 300 meters above ground level. Extreme enthusiasts who board the zipline will experience three minutes of hovering over a great view. The zipline will leave Neupark and land at the Churchill Promenade complex, and the surf will be one way only. On the return, shuttles will pick up the surfers. The Zipline attraction was approved by KKL-JNF and the Ministry of Tourism, the facility was purchased by the municipality and the project is currently in the preparation stages for commencement of implementation.
A simulation of the longest zipline in Israel that will be established in the Galilee landscape (Photo: Walla!)
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