Bustan HaGolan Ein Zivan
At the Golan Orchard (in Hebrew Bustan HaGolan) in the Ein Zivan Kibbutz, one can pick, depending on the season, cherries, raspberries, pears, blackberries, gooseberries, nectarines, apples or peaches between the months of June and October.
There is no need to bring a container to gather the fruit, you” receive one on site- usually a basket that you can take home for a small fee. An hour to an hour-and-a-half is the perfect amount of time for a fruit-picking expedition, giving you enough time to tour the orchard, pick fruit, eat your fill and enjoy yourself. It is also advisable to pick fruit in the morning hours as firstly the fruit is fresher in the morning hours and secondly it is cooler and makes for a more enjoyable experience.
Open Hours: Sun- Fri 9:00-17:00, Sat & Holidays 9:00-16:00
Categories : Attractions
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