"Rob Roy," is a special site for canoeing and kayaking on the southern Jordan River, which is filled with water all year round. The entire place is made of natural materials: wood and clay, and, incorporates Native American motifs.
It was established many years ago, in 1849. John McGregor, a Brit of Scottish origin, rode in a canoe for research and adventure, and John called his canoe "Rob Roy."
At Rob Roy, you can ride in real canoes and kayaks through the thick green vegetation amidst the magical views of the southern Jordan River and feel the magic of northern Israel.
The quiet and pastoral nature of the site, combined with riding down the Jordan River allows you to feel a wide variety of sensations ranging from relaxation and comfort to action and adrenaline in the water.
Additional activities for individuals and groups:
Raft building in catamaran style (a raft suitable for up to 10 people).
The "living spirit" - an Indian observation game along the trip, during which you will discover statues of animals that peek out through the trees.
"The Storytelling Grandmother" - in the corner sits a sculpted Indian grandmother of real size, holding a fairy-tale book on a wooden board. You can sit down and read one or all of the legends comfortably to your children.
Night kayaking, a very special feeling (pre-order).
Dream Catcher workshop - sculpting an Indian necklace with a special stone, a crown of feathers and more (pre-order).
Baking Indian pizzas with various toppings - regularly open on Fridays - Saturdays, vacations, and holidays, or, pre-order.
Jeep tour through the magical landscapes of the Jordan Valley.
Kawasaki Mule Pro Tour - drive the terrain in a Mule Pro vehicle (an offroad family vehicle).
The duration of the kayak trip is about an hour and a half. It is recommended to come with swimwear and a change of clothes.
Activities are all suitable for the whole family (from the age of 2).