Recreation in nature is a KKL-JNF specialty

Every one of our forests has a wealth of leisure opportunities.

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July 3, 2007 17:32
Recreation in nature is a KKL-JNF specialty

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Every one of our forests has a wealth of leisure opportunities from small, intimate corners and picnic areas, to recreation areas focusing on specific themes such as sports and fitness, traditional agriculture and adventure experiences. Many of these attractions are accessible to people with disabilities. All of them have one thing in common - providing people with convenient access to nature and tranquility in a world growing busier and more crowded from day to day. Sponsored content


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