Sakhne - Gan Hashlosha - Gan Garoo

Type: Water; Attraction.

Information: Entrance fee; open throughout the year; accessible for physically challenged visitors; on-site WC.

About the Route: A water park that is a true natural wonder, with warm pools and immense natural bathing pools. Don’t miss sitting in the natural Jacuzzi under a stream of pleasant water. An archeology museum also is located on the premises, as well as a reconstruction of the site where historical Kibbutz Tel Amal stood, which was established in 1936 as the first kibbutz of the pre-State "Stockade & Tower” settlement era. Gan HaShlosha (in Hebrew: "The Garden of the Three”) was named in memory of three local pioneers, Aharon Etkin, Haim Shturman and David Mosensohn, who were killed in 1938 when the vehicle in which they were riding ran over a landmine in the Beit Shean Valley.

How to get there (via Waze): Gan HaShlosha, Nir David.

In addition: Gan Garoo, an Australian-style experiential park for children, located on Kibbutz NIr David. The attraction sports petting and feeding areas and various labyrinths.

Sakhne - Gan Hashlosha - Gan Garoo

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