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Accessible Israel brochure

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The brochure, written by Eli Me’iri, an experienced tour guide who specializes in tours for people with special needs, offers the disabled traveler a wide range of tour routes in the north, center and south of Israel, as well as in Jerusalem. For each tour, there is a historical introduction and useful information on each site, including how to get there and disabled access at the site. An easy-to-read legend provides information on whether the route is accessible to the following: sight impaired; wheelchairs; those with difficulty walking; baby carriages and the hearing impaired.
 
The varied routes include:
 
The North:
-  Around the northern shores of the Sea of Galilee
-  The Gilboa region
 
Center
  • Neot Kedumim Biblical Landscape Reserve
  • Tel Aviv, including the Palmach Museum and the Tel Aviv Port
 
Jerusalem
  • The Old City of Jerusalem
  • Mount Herzl and Yad Vashem
 
South
  • Border Observation Point in the Negev
  • Ein Feshka Nature Reserve and Qumran on the Dead Sea
 

 Sites & Attractions

 
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 Accommodations

 
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