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Valley kibbutz tour

kibbutz-Ein HaShofet

Ein HaShofet is the is the offspring of two 18-20 year-old Hashomer HaTzair Zionist groups from Poland and North America who decided to make aliya to Israel and after a period of acclimatization and preparing themselves to start a new settlement, joined up and settled a new kibbutz in the Menashe Hills on July 4, 1937.

Because the American contingent was the first American settlement in Israel, the kibbutz decided to name itself Ein HaShofet – the Spring of the Judge – the judge being Louis Brandeis, the American Supreme Court Judge and an ardent Zionist. A walk through the kibbutz to get the feeling of what constitutes a kibbutz.

A comprehensive tour - guided by a Kibbutz member- Ishay Huberman.

Ein Hashofet of our days - The big lawn and the Kibbutz center, the dining room (a look from the outside), historical trees and buildings, environmental sculpture, shared bathroom and a former bakery that turned into a clothing storage room and offices.

The old "Hatzar Meshek" - the Barn and the Slik.

The modern "Hatzar Meshek" - a tour (Dairy farm, Cattle fattening farm, Factories).

kibbutz-Mishmar Haemek

A cooperative kibbutz whose members enjoy economic prosperity is based on international plants. The kibbutz also has a tourist site where the Palmach was founded, and tours of the kibbutz are carried out by a member of the kibbutz and share the current situation in a cooperative community that operates according to the standards of the new world.


This unique kibbutz offers a unique combination of organic farming, an anthroposophical outlook, and people with special needs who are part of the community.

Arnon Duvdevani, a member of the kibbutz, will tour you for about two hours in a special and beautiful kibbutz and share the special way of life with you. The tour opens and widens the heart by getting to know the kibbutz members' beneficial activities in nature, people and generally the world. The tour can focus on agricultural or social issues - the integration of people with disabilities within a community or both.

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