The Alon Tavor field school is situated at the foot of historic Mount Tavor in the heart of the lower Galilee, in the heart of one of Israel's most beautiful nature reserves. From the gates of the field school you can take a walking tour of the Beit Qeshet and Alonei Tavor (Oak) forests, the Tavor stream, and enjoy the beautiful blossoms present in the spring time.
The field school provides a breathtaking views its ideal location enables easy access to the following trails: family trails, experienced hiker trails, bike trails, trails through water, wildflowers and more that are located within walking distance or a short drive from the grounds.
Accommodations: The grounds have 32 guest rooms, sleeping up to six and each equipped with a refrigerator and sink, a full bathroom and air conditioning. There are separate living quarters for the facility’s keepers and the 12 nature guides who are serving their time either as army teachers or community service volunteers at Alon Tavor.
Alon Tavor offers full board, including traditional Israeli breakfast and home cooked meals . All levels of Kashrut are observed and one just needs to coordinate in advance if anything other than standard Kosher is required. There is a spacious dining room, two lounges (one with WiFi and both with cable TV), a synagogue equipped with a Torah scroll, and many picnic tables scattered around should you choose to have a picnic.