Throughout its 110 years of existence, KKL-JNF has worked to preserve and develop the country for its residents and the entire Jewish People, as well as for future generations. Projects built by KKL-JNF with the help of its friends throughout the world on behalf of man and the environment can be seen everywhere.
In anticipation of Israel's 64th Independence Day, KKL-JNF has made preparations at all its sites to receive the hundreds of thousands of visitors who will be celebrating the holiday in the country's forests and recreation areas, enjoying nature and connecting with the land. Vacationing at KKL-JNF sites throughout the country has been made possible thanks to the generous contributions of friends of KKL-JNF in Israel and throughout the world, for preserving, developing, and rehabilitating many diverse projects in parks, forests, recreation areas and scenic lookouts.
Some of the sites that will be open to the public on Independence Day include:
American Independence Park, British Park, Ben Shemen Park, Canada Ayalon Park, and the Aminadav Forest in Israel's central region; Biriya Forest, Adamit Park, the Bar'am Forests, Switzerland Forest, and the Hula Lake Park in the north; Yatir Forest, Angels Forest, Lahav Forest, Golda Park, Ofakim Park and Holland Park in the south.
Additional details about Independence Day events and tours are available at the KKL-JNF site: www.kkl.org.il/eng
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