Gan Hashlosha – The Sakhne, a unique spring water pools national parkGalilee travel guide
The spectacular water site of Gan Hashlosha is a perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. Throughout the year, the water temperature remains constant at 28 degrees.
Located between kibbutzim Beit Alfa and Nir David, it has naturally warm water where visitors can swim all year. It is named in memory of three Jewish pioneers who came to survey the land on behalf of the Jewish National Fund in 1938, when their car rode over a land mine and all three were killed.
Gan Hashlosha – (Sakhne) is located at the foot of the Gilboa and is considered one of the most visited and most beautiful water vacation sites in Israel. In the garden area is a spring, from which clear and warm water flows all year round, filling huge pools and a beautiful waterfall system. The water springs at a constant temperature of 28 degrees, which makes bathing warm and pleasant even in winter.
Gan Hashlosha (Sakhne) is a spectacularly beautiful water site, which is a perfect recreation place for the whole family. The spring in the garden springs all year round, at a constant temperature of 28 degrees. The giant pools in the garden are surrounded by spacious lawns, rich vegetation and ornamental trees, picnic areas and grill facilities.
Faucets, showers with hot water and restrooms are available to visitors – and everything is clean and maintained by dedicated and professional staff. You can also purchase coffee, light food and bathroom equipment at the convenience store. Gan Hashlosha is open every day of the week and throughout the year.