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Neot Kedumim Biblical Park

Touring Israel

Nestled in the heart of Israel lies a unique and living testament to the biblical landscapes of the Holy Land – Neot Kedumim. This captivating destination, often called “Israel’s Biblical Landscape Reserve,” offers an immersive experience that takes you on a journey through time, connecting you with the land and its rich heritage. Join us as we explore the wonders of Neot Kedumim.

1. A Living Classroom:

Neot Kedumim is not your typical museum; it’s a living classroom where history, nature, and culture converge. Spanning over 625 acres, this reserve meticulously recreates the flora and fauna of biblical times, allowing visitors to step into the ancient world.

Neot Kedumim Lake View
The Lake at Neot Kedumim Biblical Park.
Credit: Laliv g, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

2. Biblical Botany:

Stroll through gardens bursting with indigenous plants mentioned in the Bible. Each plant comes with its history and significance, making the experience a profound encounter with past stories. You’ll learn about the plants that sustained life, inspired poetry, and played central roles in the biblical narrative.

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3. Wildlife and Conservation:

Neot Kedumim is not just about plants; it’s a thriving ecosystem. Watch for native wildlife like Dorcas Gazelles, Nubias Ibexes, and numerous bird species. Conservation efforts here aim to preserve the region’s natural beauty and biodiversity.

The Dorcas Gazelle in Israel
In This Photo: Dorcas Gazelle in the Negev Desert
Credit: MinoZig, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.

4. Historical Reenactments:

Transport yourself back in time with live demonstrations of ancient agricultural practices. From olive oil production to shepherding, these reenactments provide a hands-on understanding of daily life in biblical times.

Neot Kedumim Grinding Stone

5. Educational Programs:

Neot Kedumim offers educational programs for visitors of all ages. Whether you’re a family with children or a group of history enthusiasts, guided tours and workshops are tailored to your interests.

6. Spiritual Connection:

For those seeking spiritual reflection, Neot Kedumim provides a serene setting for contemplation and prayer. Its tranquil pathways and quiet corners invite personal introspection.

7. Festivals and Events:

Throughout the year, the reserve hosts special events and festivals celebrating Jewish holidays and traditions, adding a layer of cultural richness to the experience.

8. A Taste of Tradition:

Don’t miss the opportunity to savor traditional biblical dishes at the on-site restaurant. The ingredients are sourced from your explored gardens, offering a truly authentic culinary experience.

9. Picnics and Relaxation:

Neot Kedumim welcomes picnickers and those seeking a peaceful escape from the bustle of modern life. Find a shady spot and savor a meal in nature’s embrace.

10. Souvenirs and Gifts: Before you leave, explore the gift shop for unique souvenirs and keepsakes, many of which are crafted by local artisans.

Neot Kedumim is a place where history, spirituality, and nature harmonize, allowing visitors to connect deeply with the roots of Israel’s heritage. It’s an extraordinary journey through time and a tribute to the enduring legacy of this ancient land. A visit to Neot Kedumim is a step back in time that enriches the soul and inspires a profound appreciation for the biblical landscapes of Israel. Here is a link to their website!


Hi! My name is Arik, an Israeli native who dedicated his life to sharing my passion for the Holy Land with those interested in knowing more about this incredible piece of land. I’m the Chief Guide at ‘APT Private Tours in Israel’.

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