Where are the Binyamin mountains?
The Binyamin region is located at the heart of the country, and all of the main highways lead to it: from the Dead Sea – Highway 1; from Jerusalem – Highway 60; from central Israel – Highway 443 and Highway 5.
How do we get there?
The Binyamin region can be reached by public transportation, with a rental car or by taxi from neighboring cities.
Where can we sleep?
Rooms are available in dozens of vacation rentals located throughout the Binyamin communities.
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Where can we enjoy a great meal?
There are several dairy and meat restaurants, primarily near the tourist attractions. Reservations must be made for some of the restaurants. Grocery items may be purchased at the local supermarkets located in every community.
Where can we hear about the touring options in the region?
Before your visit – contact the Tourist Information Center at +972-2-5477754
The Information Center is located at the Maavar Michmas gas station, opening hours:
Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Can we tour the region independently or is joining an organized tour preferable?
There are many nature sites that can be visited independently and free of charge. In order to visit the tourist attractions, participate in an artisan workshop or enjoy a guided tour, it is preferable to book your visit in advance. At some of the attractions, there is an entrance fee. For groups interested in discovering this region close up, we recommend hiring a local tour guide. Additional information can be found at the information center.
Is it possible to arrange transportation for a visit through the Binyamin tourism?
It is possible to rent a minibus or a bus for groups only by booking in advance.
We are interested in learning about the geopolitics of the area and meeting central figures from the towns. Is this possible?
One of the organized tours that we offer is a tour that emphasizes the politics of the region. These tours or meetings can be arranged in advance through the Tourism Department or the Spokespersons Department of the regional council. Contact them using the designated link at the bottom of the homepage.