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Hula Nature Reserve

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Rosh Pina-Kiryat Shmona road, Israel
+972 4-693-7069
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Visit in winter months

From October on you can see thousands, even tens of thousands of birds when you visit. Don’t go in... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Italian_Wannabe_18
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Toronto, Canada
Very pleasant nature reserve

This is particularly of interest for sightings of huge flocks of migrating birds during the... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2018
RobertMB1506
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Chicago, Illinois
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Rosh Pina-Kiryat Shmona road, Israel
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"water buffalo"
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"nature reserve"
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"observation tower"
in 4 reviews
"visitors' center"
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"birds flying"
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"moving chairs"
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"migration season"
in 5 reviews
"rented bikes"
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"africa and asia"
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"large vehicle"
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"huge catfish"
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"take your time"
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"rosh pina"
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"national park"
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"watch the birds"
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"lovely walk"
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

From October on you can see thousands, even tens of thousands of birds when you visit. Don’t go in a month like May when you won’t see a single bird. My favourite time to go is before sunset so you see the birds flying in....More

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Reviewed 27 June 2018

This is particularly of interest for sightings of huge flocks of migrating birds during the appropriate seasons. At other times, it's just a quiet natural setting for a pleasant walk or tractor-pulled wagon ride. The history of the area - formerly a malaria=infested swamp that...More

Thank RobertMB1506
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

We went during the Cranes 'arrival' - there were already thousands, ad more coming. Morning stroll to thsee the pond with indigenous flowers, then a buggy around the perimeter, seeing turtles, nutria, water buffalo, and birds, of course. Picnic lunch at the water's edge, reading...More

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Reviewed 16 May 2018

Agamon (Lake) Hula continues to amaze and excite at every visit, but the stars of the show are the wildlife, even beyond the migratory periods, and it is always a challenge to spot the unusual - a mother Plover guarding her five chicks was for...More

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Reviewed 13 May 2018

Our group tour came here in April, a time when there were no migratory birds. We did see some nutria and fish, and the park itself has pleasant walkways and views. In the theater we saw a multi-media movie about the migration, complete with moving...More

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Reviewed 16 April 2018

You can take a lovely walk through nature, see many animals, birds, mammals, reptiles & fish. There is a nice presentation and a 3D movie and the place provides an overall great family time.

Thank David C
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Reviewed 13 April 2018

The Hula Valley includes 2 nature reserves: Agamon and Hula Nature Reserve. Twice a year , on October -November and on March April you can see millions of birds migrating from Europe to Africa and from Africa to Europe. It is one of a kind...More

1  Thank H2ATravels
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Interesting Nature Reserve and is on a major migration route for birds travelling from Europe to Africa and Asia. Saw Water Buffalo, huge Catfish, Pelicans, a variety of birds and Coypu (an invasive rodent whose numbers, unfortunately, are rapidly increasing in Israel).

Thank Carolyn B
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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

We have arrived at the place with great expectations to watch the massive cranes that are visiting every year. The birds are regular visitors in the place and they receive very well treatment. Agamon Hula is a great resort that enables us to see from...More

Thank Telavivian
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

I did a tour in Agamon Hula last month. To watch the birds is amazing ! But the tour itself was as idiotic as it could be !!! The tractor driver kept stopping on the wrong side of the birds, so we had a hard...More

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Paula V
3 June 2018|
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Response from dfbjumps | Reviewed this property |
Well, the migration isn't a specific date, as you can imagine. However, I had a great day there on 11 November, 2017. I saw thousands of migrating birds. I was also there on 3 March, 2018 as they flew back through.
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Robbie721
10 September 2017|
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Response from Giora_I_L | Reviewed this property |
Hula Nature Reserve is a center for bird migration and March is for sure one of the peaks. There is also a second place call Agamon Hula where you can watch the birds for more reading go to Israel Birding Portal - Birding... More
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