ABOUT EIN ZIVAN TOURISM
Ein Zivan Tourism offers rural hosting with a selection of rooms near Bustan Hagolan and its unique summertime fruit picking experience: sweet cherry, sour cherry, raspberry, blackberry, gooseberry, Asian pear, nectarine, peach, apples of all colors, grapes, figs, and a variety of activities for the entire family.
Ein Zivan is also a great starting point for excellent tours in the Galil and Golan area: The Golan Trail crosses the kibbutz, which is just a short distance from Mount Hermon, the G'ilbon River, Odem Forest, the Zavitan River, and more.
From Ein Zivan you can tour Ramat Hagolan and Mount Hermon., visit Druze villages, wind along rivers and through nature reserves at the Golan Waterfalls, and take a drive to discover the Upper Galilee attractions, the reserves, the Hula Valley, and other sites.
The studio rooms are suitable for couples or families (parents + 2 children), or up to 3 adults. The family units are suitable for families with up to 4 children.
The suites are suitable for a couple and up to 3 children. The unit includes a bedroom with a double bed and a living room with a double sofa and a single sofa bed.
Ein Zivan Tourism offers you spacious wooden cabins that include a large Jacuzzi, dry sauna, sitting area, kitchenette, and dining area. The hosting also features a kosher breakfast and delicious Ramat Hagolan treats such as chocolate and wine.
Overlooking a splendid panorama from 1,000 meters above sea level, amidst plantations rising to the foot of Mount Avital, four ancient and extraordinary Syrian structures offer your group or family a unique hosting experience at an affordable price.
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Ein Zivan Tourism offers you a visit to the Bustan Bereshit in the Golan – the biggest fruit picking and attraction site in Israel. 100 dunams of scents, flavours and colours – come in and eat all the fruit you’d like: sweet cherry, sour cherry, raspberry, blackberry, gooseberry, Asian pear, nectarine, peach, apples of all colors, grapes, and figs – each fruit in its season.
The Bustan is closed for the 2015 season
and will reopen with the arrival of the cherry blossoms in Spring 2016