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Gazelle Valley Park

  • Gazelle Valley, Jerusalem
  • Gazelle Valley, Naturl park (Photo: Amir Balbn)

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 28 traveler reviews
Pocket nature preserve in the middle of Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 15, 2019

An unexpected place of beauty and nature. Worth looking for, off the beaten track, definitely more locals than a tourist site. Wild flowers, birds, bees (yes, bees), frogs, and of course gazelles. Be prepared to walk at your own pace, sneakers preferable but not essential. Free admission, plenty of free parking,...

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An unexpected place of beauty and nature. Worth looking for, off the beaten track, definitely more locals than a tourist site. Wild flowers, birds, bees (yes, bees), frogs, and of course gazelles. Be prepared to walk at your own pace, sneakers preferable but not essential. Free admission, plenty of free parking, many walkers from around the neighborhood

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7 gazelles seen today
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 15, 2018

We frequent this park a lot since it is only a 20 minute walk from our house. Today, in the middle of a summer day we saw a total of 7 gazelles. Highly recommended, lots of shade, clean bathrooms, not crowded, very tranquill.

Worth a visit on a nice day, especially with kids
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 6, 2018

Gazelle Valley has all the things I look for in an attraction: low (no) cost of entry, easy parking, easy accessibility, and easy escape in case of kid meltdown. We wandered around the park and pretty quickly saw some (very) friendly gazelles, so my kids could get really close and watch them eat. Probably a...

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Gazelle Valley has all the things I look for in an attraction: low (no) cost of entry, easy parking, easy accessibility, and easy escape in case of kid meltdown. We wandered around the park and pretty quickly saw some (very) friendly gazelles, so my kids could get really close and watch them eat. Probably a nice place for a picnic, great site if you/ or your kids love animals. However, this is NOT stroller friendly, so either your kids need to be ambulatory, or comfortable in a carrier.

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