Welcome to Agamon Hula

The Agamon Hula Ornithology (Bird Watching) and Nature Park, is situated in the heart of the Hula Valley. The valley bordered by mountain ranges, to east the Golan Heights and to the west the Naphtali Range, is critically located in the center of the Afro-Syrian Rift and one of the most significant bird migration routes in the world. During every migration season (fall and spring), over 500 million birds from more than 400 species migrate in the skies above us. Thousands remain at the Agamon during the winter, and other schoose to nest here during the spring and summer.

In the area of the Agamon Hula a unique eco-system of regional and international importance has developed. The park is a highly significant and prominent center for eco-tourism in Israel and throughout the world, and a model for cooperation between nature, tourism and agriculture.

 

A unique ecological habitat has developed in the Agamon Hula Park which is of regional and international importance; The Park is surrounded by agriculture fields, and in the area of the Agamon Hula a unique eco-system of regional and international importance has developed. The park is a highly significant and prominent center for eco-tourism in Israel and throughout the world, and a model for cooperation between nature, tourism and agriculture.

 

Visitors can tour the park on a variety of bicycles, golf carts, or on guided tours in a Safari Wagon and special tours, according to the season.

 

Agamon Hula invites you to a unique and magical experience, in nature without partitions where you can observe thousands of unique birds, animals and plants, in their natural habitat.

 

The Agamon-Hula Park offers a variety of fascinating activities and tours throughout the entire year.  You are welcome to become acquainted with the story of the Hula Valley by joining an intriguing tour into the heart of the Park.  The tour combines an introduction to the natural treasures with stories of past and present settlement, agriculture, nature preservation and ecology.