Live the kibbutz atmosphere and take part in the social activities of the kibbutz - festivals, Jewish holy days, weddings and independence day celebrations.
While in the kibbutz, volunteers can enjoy a pub, cinema, gym, tennis and basketball courts, a football pitch and a swimming pool.
The kibbutz accepts volunteers for a minimum period of two months. Volunteers work 8 hours a day 6 days a week. In return they are offered free accommodations in the kibbutz, three meals a day, free laundry service in the kibbutz's common laundry and pocket money each month. In addition to this, the kibbutz organizes tours for the volunteers.
Generally, the kibbutz offers work in three different categories: agriculture, tourism, the services and various other kinds of work.
The agricultural work branches are dependant on the seasons and not all kinds of agricultural work is available to the volunteers all year round. In addition, it is important to stress that some branches in the agriculture, for example the cow's shed, only accept volunteers who are willing to stay longer than three months.
The agricultural work branches in the kibbutz are vary widely. They include fruit picking (bananas, avocados, dates, apples, litchis, oranges and more), work in green houses (for example tomatoes, potatoes and plants), work with the irrigation systems, fish and fishing (both ornamental fish and fish for food industry), chicken houses, turkey houses and egg incubator and, finally, work with the cows and the milking.
Tourism is another work branch that volunteers work in. The work in tourism includes helping out in guest houses, restaurants, nature sights, health spas and tourist shops. The volunteers help out where they are needed in all of these places.
The services branch includes work in the kitchen, the dinning room and in the laundry. Sometimes the volunteers work at gardening, in the metal workshop, the children's zoo, the children's houses, help in the kibbutz industry or in any other service-related work branch in the kibbutz.