Ramat hanadiv – at the
is the best month for flower hiking, and
this time we choose an easy hike to Ramat hanadiv.
All the area is owned
and is being maintained
(very good and without an entry fee) by the family of the Rotchild baron, and his grave
is found at the middle of an amazing flower garden.Around which are
trails marked in the local hiker marks that is a bit different from the
trails marking in Israel, but is very clear and comfortable.
We got to Ramat hanadiv
from Binyamina on
rout 652 and after the "Ort" school we took a left turn to the gardens
place is well maintained and the parking is
We started our way on the
red trail in front of the
main gate to the gardens, and headed west to Akev ruins.
The trail, as expected by
the season, is surrounded
with flowers in various colors, and on arriving to Akev ruins a
is hoping on the trail and quickly runs away as he spotted us.
ruins are located on a cliff and have
a panoramic view of the coastal plane from Hadera to Haifa, apparently
ancient times people valued a good view…
The ruin is well rebuild
and filled with explanation
signs and we wander in the archeological ruins and admire the flowers
After a quick snack we
continue on the red trail
along the cliff, descending from it and another climb back.
last climb leads us to Cabara cave and there we
choose the green trail that takes us back to the flower gardens. on the
meet several deer’s that know the routine and quickly run away…
The trail returns to the
starting point and we take
a little stroll througth the amazing flower gardens, and it’s all at
trip summary : from the Nadiv
to Akev ruins, north along the height and back to the gardens.
month of trip : April
: A hike in amazing bloom with a great view
on the coastal plane from Akev ruins.
key words: Nadiv gardens, Ramat
Hanadiv, Akev ruins
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