Gan HaShlosha National Park

Gan Hashlosha, otherwise known as the Sachne, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in Israel. Located in the Lower Galilee, some believe that Gan Hashlosha is the real-world location of the garden of Eden, and, once you visit, you might understand why. The main highlight of Gan Hashlosha are its beautiful pools shaded by lush palm trees and surrounded by green lawns, which are constantly 28 degrees Celsius year-round. Map.

The park also has an archaeology museum and tower and stockade, and is popular with visitors who come to spend a day swimming and relaxing, or to explore the history and admire the beauty it has to offer.

Doors open every morning at 8:00 o’clock

closing hour  Days Time of year
17:00

16:00

17:00

 Sunday – Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 Summer time
16:00

15:00

16:00

Sunday – Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 Winter time
  • The cash closes approximately one hour before closing of park’s gates.
  • Bathing is allowed up to half hour before shutdown.
  • The Stockade & Tower site and the Archaeology Museum are open to the public each day during midweek, from 10:00 to 14:00.

Pricelist for admission to Gan Hashlosha (HaSachne)

Price

(NIS)

 Conditions Ticket type
40  Ages 14 and above  Adult
24  Ages 5-14  Child
 20  Upon presentation of senior ID  Senior citizen
 24  Upon presentation of card  Soldier in mandatory service / National Service
 30  Upon presentation of “be Hatzdaa” card  Serving active reserve duty
 34  Upon presentation of student’s card  Student (including overseas students)
 36  Group of 30 or more  Adult member of group
 22  Group of 30 or more  Child in group
 63  See schedule of activity  Outdoor camping – adult
 53  See schedule of activity  Outdoor camping – child

Pricelist: educational activity for groups

 Price Remarks Ticket type
 16  Hour and a half  Educational activity at

Tower & Stockade site

 16  Hour and a half  Educational activity at Museum of

Regional and Mediterranean Archaeology

 26  Three hours  Educational activity at both sites

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