Fun Rosh Hashanah activities

Don’t despair, parents, there are plenty of fun outings in nature for the whole family that will be taking place over the holiday.

By MEITAL SHARABI
September 6, 2018 22:03
Rosh Hanikra

Rosh Hanikra. (photo credit: EREZ ASHKENAZI)

 
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At the beginning of next week we will welcome the Jewish New Year. The High Holy Days are coming early this year, just days after summer vacation ended, which means that for parents who just spent the last few weeks running around from one attraction to another with their kids, they will have had only one week back into their routines before being thrust into Rosh Hashanah. But don’t despair, parents, there are plenty of fun outings in nature for the whole family that will be taking place over the holiday.

Rosh Hanikra
Start the New Year overlooking the sea at Rosh Hanikra. During the holiday, the grottoes will be open and there will be lots of festive activities, including an arts and crafts station. Early risers can join guided tours at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. All activities are included in the entrance fee to Rosh Hanikra, which includes the regular attractions: the cable car ride, the audio-visual display and a visit to the grottoes.

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