300,000 travelers enjoyed their Passover holiday by visiting national parks around Israel on Thursday, according to the Israel Nature and Parks Authority's official web page.
Of those, 90,000 visited sites that require a fee to enter.
A few of the main hot spots were the Yarkon park in Tel Aviv, Ein Gedi in the Negev and several of the rivers in the Golan/Upper Galilee area.
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