HaYarkon River

The Yarkon River is the longest river in Israel. We will paddle only in a small portion of the stream, from the place the stream spills into the sea, The Yarkon Estuary, to Seven Stations dam.
We will Enter the water at the Yarkon estuary, paddle towards the east to the famous dam of Seven Stations, named after seven ancient flour mills. On the way we meet a rich aquatic plants, eucalyptus trees, ducks, birds, joggers, walkers and many cyclists.
Paddling in a green urban landscape.
The route is approximately 7 km, where on the way well will break for coffee and snacks.
This trip suits all levels of experience.
  • Transportation to the site and back
  • Kayaks
  • Paddles
  • Life vests
  • Guidance
  • Insurance
  • Breakfast
  • Swimming suit
  • Hat
  • Sun glasses
  • UV protection cream
  • Sea shoes / sandals
  • Water (1.5 liter)
  • Towel
  • Personal valuables
  • Personal medicines (if needed)
7 KM
300 ILS *

* Not Including VAT

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