Segway Tours

Israel segway-toursTouring outdoor locations on a Segway is an exhilarating and enjoyable experience. Tour the promenade and Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv or the old neighborhoods and promenades of Jerusalem on a Segway- a unique way to see the country.

Jerusalem Tours
Considered to be the personal transporter of the new millennium, the Segway uses innovative technology technology to render balancing, steering and moving easy.Jerusalem Segway Jerusalem are great experiences for groups of any size and any age, combining the expert guidance and historical insight you’d find on a normal walking tour with the convenience and thrill of being Segway-borne.

The tours offer five distinct routes: Yemin Moshe, the Knesset area, the Botanical Gardens, the Armon Hanetziv Promenade and the Cross-Jerusalem Tour. The routes have been formulated specifically with Segway travel in mind, led by experienced guides who speak English fluently.  All tours come with complementary Segway training sessions, water bottles and safety helmets.

For safety, participants should be between the ages of 16-65 and weigh between 100 and 270 pounds (45 to 120 kilos). Segway rides are unsuitable for pregnant women.

Tel Aviv Tours
Tours available from the Old Tel Aviv Port (Namal) which is located in the north western part of the city close to the Reading Power Station. Not long ago the Namal was reconstructed and is now a lively and interesting entertainment center.

Four tour route are availabe:
1. North across the Yarkon river to the Reading Power station an along the promenade to Tel Baruch beach and then returning to the Namal
2. South past Gordon Beach, stopping at the site where the Cargo vessel Altalena was sunk and then carrying on along the promenade to the Old Jaffa Port and returning to the Namal complex.
3. Tel Aviv’s beautiful Park HaYarkon and the Yarkon river.
4. An outstanding and relaxing tour in the Safari Park at Ramat Gan which is home to a large variety of mammals, bird life and reptiles. The Segway will enable you to
visit parts of the park which are not normally accessible to all visitors.

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  • Submitted On : 08 Sep 2015