Neve Tzuf (Halamish) is a religious yishuv in West Binyamin founded in 1977.
It is a community of about 280 families from diverse religious backgrounds located in the heart of a forest about 20 minutes from Modiin and less than 1 hour to Tel Aviv and Yerushalayim.
Children can attend daycare, kindergarten, and elementary school on the yishuv. There is also a high school for girls, called Shirat HaYam, geared toward girls who major in music or dance.
Residents pride themselves on their Religious Zionistic ideology. There are Bnei Akiva youth groups, as well as many synagogues, mivkahs for men and women, Torah classes, and a Kollel.
Many services and activities are available on the yishuv for adults and children, including a mini market, a library, a lounge for older children and playroom for younger children, a swimming pool, and an event hall. Organized after-school activies are also available for children.
Most of the residents live in private homes. Rental apartments and caravans are also available and several housing projects of duplexes and apartments are under construction.