We look forward to your visit! The Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind is conveniently located just twenty minutes south of Tel Aviv, and you should allow just about an hour for your tour. Our highly trained staff takes pleasure in explaining the process and showing visitors our state-of-the-art facilities. If the timing is right, you may get to see a new set of puppies in our whelping center. Bus groups are welcome.
To arrange for a tour, please contact: Lisa Baron Haet at email@example.com
Please note: We kindly request that if you are late or need to cancel, please call us directly at 08-940-8213 and do not send an email or iphone message. We may not receive it in time!
The Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind is located off the Beit Oved Junction/Intersection on Highway 42.GPS Coordinates:
Address: Hasadot 6
Beit Oved 7680000
GPS coordinates: Long 34.76880; Lat. 31.92169
Note: We are NOT located in the residential area of Moshav Beit Oved (located to the east of Highway 42), but rather across the intersection on the west side on the agricultural side.
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From Tel Aviv
1. Proceed to the Ayalon Expressway (Hwy 20) south following the signs to Hwy 1 towards Jerusalem. (Stay on the right hand lanes.)
2. Continue until you reach the Ashdod exit, Hwy 4. Take this exit and continue about 5 kilometers until you reach the Gan Raveh exit - Rishon/Yavneh. Take this exit and stay on the two left-hand lanes. Follow the signs to Yavneh, Hwy 42. (Stay on middle lane.)
3. Once on Hwy 42 continue for about 5 kms. You will pass Moshav Beit Hanan and one traffic light. At the second traffic light, the Beit Oved Junction, turn right.
4. At the traffic light you will make a very sharp right hand turn. Proceed about 200 meters to the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind, located on the left-hand side of the road.
- Proceed on Hwy 1 towards Tel Aviv.
- Take the Anava Exchange/Hwy 431 to Modi'in and Rishon Le'Zion. Stay on the left hand-side of the road towards Rishon Le'Zion. You will be driving west on Hwy 431 for about 15 kilometers.
- Take the Palmachim (4311) exit. Exit and stay on the right lane.
- Turn right at the traffic light (the sign says to Yavneh, Hwy 42). Continue about 200 meters to the next intersection and turn right again.
- Once on Hwy 42 continue for about 5 kms. You will pass Moshav Beit Hanan and one traffic light. At the second traffic light, the Beit Oved Junction, turn right.
- At the traffic light you will make a very sharp right hand turn. Proceed about 200 meters to the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind, located on the left-hand side of the road.
From Nes Ziona
- From Nes Ziona towards Rehovot on Weizmann Rd, turn right on Derech Yitzchak Rabin. (4303).
- Continue to the end of Derech Yitzchak Rabin, about 3 kilometers until the Beit Oved Junction, Hwy 42, staying in the middle lane.
- Continue straight through the intersection. The road will make a sharp right and proceed about 200 meteres to the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind, located on the left-hand side of the road.
- Take Hwy 4 north and get off at the Yavneh Interchange. Turn right at the traffic light proceed until reaching a T junction and make a left to Hwy 42.
- Proceed on Hwy 42 north until you reach the Beit Oved Junction (3 traffic lights).
- Since you will not be able to make a left hand turn, you will need to make a right hand turn.
- About 150 meters and make a "U-Turn" at entrance of Moshav Beit Oved.
- Drive back towards the Hwy 42, Beit Oved Junction intersection, about 150 meters, staying in the middle lane.
- Continue through the intersection. The road will make a sharp right and proceed about 200 meters to the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind, located on the left-hand side of the road.
If you have any problems call the Center at 08-940-8213.
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Me and my guide
Amit Bar-El was a soldier fighting house-to-house during the 2006 Lebanon War. As he rushed to the aid of a wounded comrade, Amit opened a door only to have a rocket fly past and explode in the wall next to him. He received multiple shrapnel wounds
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