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Visiting a Kibbutz in Israel

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    Kibbutz Ein Gev

    Kibbutz Ein Gev, located on the eastern shores of the Sea of Galilee, is one of the largest and wealthiest kibbutz in Israel. Ein Gev was established, like many of the kibbutzim... explore more
  • KibbutzGesher

    Kibbutz Gesher

    Situated along the banks of the Jordan River, in the Beit Shean Valley south of the Sea of Galilee, lays old Kibbutz Gesher.  Yet, embedded below the surface of these banks... explore more
  • Kibbutz Hanaton via Brian Negin on Flickr

    What is a Kibbutz?

    A kibbutz is a type of settlement which is unique to Israel. A collective community, traditionally based on agriculture, the first kibbutz was called Deganya and was founded by pioneers in... explore more
  • Degania

    Kibbutz Degania

    Kibbutz Degania (Aleph) is Israel’s first kibbutz making it a very special and unique place. The kibbutz is located at the southern end of the Sea of Galilee (Kinneret), in what is... explore more
  • Rosh Hanikra

    Rosh Hanikra

    Rosh Hanikra is an incredible geological creation at the farthest point north on Israel’s Mediterranean Coastline in the Western Galilee region. The grottoes and caves at Rosh Hanikra are the results... explore more
  • Ben Gurion's Hut

    Sde Boker

    The kibbutz of Sde Boker is famous as the home of David Ben Gurion, Israel’s first Prime Minister whose home is now a museum open to the public, and is the... explore more
  • Revivim

    Revivim - Kibbutz & Desert Agriculture

    Kibbutz Revivim the Negev Desert of southern Israel is a pioneering center for desert agriculture, established in 1943 as an agricultural research station. Revivim played a huge part in the massive... explore more