Interactive independent Quiz-tour
Interactive Tour-game in Tzuba antiquities
Guided tours and trails:
A walk through the vineyards and apple orchards to the “Bamat Haselah” area. There we will see caves, a Mikveh – ritual pool, a spectacular lookout from the ancient quarry, and other remains, all reliving in our mind the life of Biblical Zova.
Walking up Tzuba Hill to the remains of the Crusader fortress Belmont and the village Suba built on its ruins. Continuing to the ancient Olive and Oak trees aged about 700 years old. Walking through apple orchards and blossoming Almonds (in season) to Ein Tzuba spring. After dipping your feet in the little pool return to the hotel through the orchard trail.
The tour is 1 hour long | 1 Km | suitable for families with children | Cellphone and internet is required
Scan the QR code and follow the Kibbutz map that will lead you between the glass historic signs placed in the Kibbutz center, telling the story of the early days of Kibbutz Tzuba.
The Code and map are waiting at the hotel counter
The tour is 1.5 hours long | 1.5 Km | suitable for families with children | Water and comfortable shoes are required
Leaving the hotel at dusk towards Tzuba Hill with lit flashlights. On the way meeting nature in its glory – a variety of plants, with secrets of folk medicine, lookout to the mountain view. Stories of ancient Tzova and the conquest by the Palmach. The tour ends at the two ancient trees hundreds of years old.
The tour is 1.5 hours long | 1 Km | suitable for families with children school age and up | suitable for strollers
Discovering the magic of the Cooperative Kibbutz, and getting a glimpse to the live in this special and nostalgic community. The Kibbutz movement is going through may changes, many of the Kibbutzim have privatized. Kibbutz Tzuba is a sanctuary in the Kibbutz scene. You will find out how Ideology became a way of life.