Kibbutz Israel - how to get there?
Rest in a kibbutz is possible only in Israel! Unique settlements are based among beautiful, fertile, and charming landscapes. Kibbutzim offer a high level of comfort. They’re perfect for living while traveling.
Travels with accommodation in a kibbutz
Kibbutz (translated as “group”) is a cooperative voluntary community, agricultural or industrial village. But to a growing number of travelers, it is an alternative way to kick back and enjoy the country’s views.
The United Kibbutz Movement was established in 1927. The goal was to create egalitarian secular communities. The idea changed over time, and in the 21st century, many kibbutzim rebranded themselves as rural holiday resorts or eco-villages to ensure they stay relevant.
We invite you to plunge into the atmosphere of such a settlement and explore different regions of Israel, from the Mediterranean coast and Galilee to Jerusalem, from the Dead Sea to Negev and Eilat.
Eco-hotels have modern rooms, pools, sports facilities, and playgrounds. It is a wonderful alternative to traditional hotels. They are situated close to important sights, numerous national parks and beaches. These resorts are perfect for family holidays, pilgrims, and travelers who like ecotourism. Consider the options that the 123 Trip Tel Aviv travel company offers.
Kibbutzim on the shore of the Sea of Galilee
Head to northern Israel in a car rented from 123 Trip Tel Aviv! Ideally, it’s a car with a driver who will take you to your destination without any problems. If you want to live in a kibbutz by the Sea of Galilee, we offer:
- Lavi – a religious hotel high on a hill with beautiful mountain scenery. It is just minutes from Tiberias and Nazareth.
- Nof Ginosar – 6 km from Tiberias at the foot of Mount Arbel, surrounded by a beautiful garden, and popular among Christian pilgrims.
- Maagan with a private beach and a kosher restaurant.
- Ein Gev – it is famous for its meat restaurant and fish restaurant, as well as guided water skiing.
- HaGoshrim – not far from Safed and Dado Observation Point with a magnificent panoramic view of Mount Hermon.
Possible sightseeing destinations with 123 Trip Tel Aviv
We invite all nature lovers to Hula Nature Reserve to enjoy hiking, cycling, rafting, rock-climbing, birdwatching, and skiing on Mount Hermon in winter. Here are the best wineries and restaurants in Israel.
You can also go to:
- Caesarea, Zikhron Ya'akov, Haifa, Akko (Sdot Yam kibbutz), Carmel Winery;
- Tiberias, an evening boat trip on a lake and amazing Arab cuisine;
- Safed – the Kabbalah City. Artists and gallery owners exhibit their work in the old town.
We’ll visit places that are holy sites in Christianity: Nazareth, Capernaum, and Tabgha – the place of the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fish. In addition, we’ll climb the Mount of Beatitudes – the place of the Sermon on the Mount with a stunning view of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights.
Jerusalem with accommodation in kibbutz Ramat Rachel or Yad Hashmona
Our transfer will take you from the airport to one of these eco-hotels. Their location is so convenient that our guide can give you a walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem. Along the Via Dolorosa, we’ll go to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and along Cardo – the main street, dating back to the Roman Empire, and oriental market – to the Wailing Wall. We can take you to Mount Zion, where King David's Tomb is located, and to the Ramat Rachel archaeological park with the Kingdom of Judah and First Temple-period artifacts.
Dead Sea with accommodation in kibbutz Kalia or Ein Gedi
We invite you to take a trip to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth. On the way, we will visit Qumran – the discovery site of the legendary Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Masada fortress – the remains of Herod’s splendid palace with storehouses and irrigation systems.
Along the Mediterranean coast, we’ll go to kibbutz Shefayim.
We’ll take you from the Ben Gurion airport to eco-settlement Shefayim with comfort. It is a 15-minute drive from Tel Aviv, near a shopping center and restaurants. On the territory, there are sports grounds, a playground, a beautiful garden, a pool, and a water park. The kitchen serves kosher fare. You can spend an afternoon on the well-groomed beaches of Netanya or Herzliya.
Staying in a kibbutz and the support of 123 Trip Tel Aviv give you freedom and flexibility to explore the country. This is a great opportunity to experience the unique lifestyle of Israelis.