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Parking at Ramat Hanadiv

parking

Dear visitors,

Please note the regulated parking fees at Ramat Hanadiv.

Price list:

  • Private vehicle – 25 NIS per day
  • Local residents and Senior citizens* – 10 NIS per day
  • Soldiers in compulsory service (on presentation of recruitment card) – free
  • Bus – 50 NIS per day
  • Disabled vehicle – free
  • Annual subscription – 275 NIS  – Purchase an annual subscription>>

The received parking fees will be used to continue running the following projects at Ramat Hanadiv:

  1. A project to encourage at-risk youth – the HILA programme – a country-wide, social initiative that also operates at Ramat Hanadiv. It gives inspiration to at-risk youth, by providing them with professional training, empowerment, guidance and daily support.
  2. Strengthening and protecting the lesser kestrel population in Israel.
  3. Spreading Wings” project – as part of the national effort to strengthen the endangered griffon vulture population.
  4. Protecting the wildlife populations at Ramat Hanadiv, in particular, the endangered mountain gazelle.

Discounts details:

* Senior citizens – on presentation of an identity card at the InfoShop

* Local residents eligible for the discount: Alona settlements, Binyamina-Givat Ada, Jisr Al-Zarqa, Zichron Ya’akov, Pardesiya.

Please note: in order to receive the discount, you must register in advance.

Useful information:

  • Take your parking ticket with you
  • Please pay at the pay stations
  • We also accept payment by Pango and Cellopark
  • Electric vehicle charging stations have been installed in the carpark

For details and questions: 04-6298-111 Ext. 4

Yours,

Ramat Hanadiv Management

 

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