Renewal of the transportation system to Nahal Kaziv on the Passover holiday of 2022

The Western Galilee Drainage and Streams Authority, the Galilee Treasures and the Nature and Parks Authority will operate an information station in Nahal Kziv and a transportation system for the benefit of hikers between 17-23 / 04/22.

Nahal Kaziv Nature Reserve. Photo by Yaakov Shkolnik, courtesy of RTG

After two years in which the transportation system to Nahal Kaziv was not activated, due to the Corona epidemic, in preparation for Passover and the expectation of many visitors to come and enjoy a trip in the Nahal Kaziv Reserve, the Western Galilee Drainage and Streams Authority, the Galilee Treasures Project and the Nature and Parks Authority. , Which will provide information and answers regarding the needs of hikers on the Nahal Kziv, Ein Ziv and Ein Tamir routes. Travelers will also have access to a transportation system that will transport travelers from the parking lot to the beginning of the route.

In the last decade, access to the river was closed due to a road safety problem, and hikers had to descend and walk about 3 km in each direction to reach the beginning of the route in Ein Ziv. To make it easier for hikers and allow them to get to the stream in a comfortable and safe way, a shuttle system to Nahal Kziv and back will be activated during Passover, at a nominal cost of only 5 NIS (cash payment, free for children under 5). The shuttles will operate between 17: 00-9: 00 and ticket sales for the shuttle will be possible until 15:00. Last ascent to the Maayan Ziv shuttle back to the parking lot at 16:00.

* Boarding dogs is strictly forbidden! Please avoid mental anguish.

* Group drop-off commutes to Nahal Kziv will be possible after prior arrangement by calling 3639 *

Information position: Will be staffed with a certified guide for the well-being of travelers, and will operate from Sunday the week of 17/04/22 until Saturday 23/04/22 between the hours of 9:00 in the morning and 17:00 in the afternoon.

Nahal Kziv section: The beautiful area of ‚Äč‚ÄčNahal Kaziv is characterized by a breathtaking view of the Monfort Fortress surrounded by greenery, and running water all year round. Nahal Kaziv is the largest and richest of the streams in the Western Galilee, mainly thanks to the Ein Ziv spring, which is considered the main spring that flows water into the river. The stream flows most days of the year, and is one of the most attractive and beautiful water routes in the area in the Western Galilee.

How to get there? In WAZE Nahal Kaziv parking lot – Maalot. For those coming from the direction of Nahariya – drive on Road 89 east about 17 km and turn left (north) towards the industrial area that radiates Maalot, in the third square (near the Maalot Hall of Culture) make a U-turn and reach the parking lot according to the signs. For those coming from the direction of Sasa – drive on Route 89 west about 17 km, turn right (north) at the entrance to the industrial area that radiates Maalot, in the third square (near the Maalot Hall of Culture) make a U-turn and reach the parking lot according to the signs.

* Parking will also be possible at the Maalot Hall of Culture and from there an easy 10-minute walk to the point of descent to the stream (ushers on site).

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