Our Guest House is open according to the Ministry of Health “Green Pass” outline regulations.
Entry is permitted upon presenting the “Green Pass” certificate along with an ID card.
Children under the age of 16 must present a negative corona test (valid from the last 48 hours).
Kibbutz Lotan Desert Inn EcoTourism offers 24 rooms equipped with TV, air conditioning, great WIFI, a kitchenette with small refrigerator, microwave, kettle and coffee & tea, private shower and toilets.
Our ‘Eco-Kef’ is a paradise in the heart of the desert. Kibbutz members with a passion for ecology transformed desert land into a green Eden.
Through the principles of permaculture, organics, recycling and natural building the ‘Eco Kef’ showcases vegetable and fruit gardens, and water filtration reed beds, compost toilets and green buildings’ .
Ecological Playground In Kibbutz Lotan – Eco Kids Playground’ which uses recycled materials and old rubbish to create dragons, turtles, cars and games.
Organic Gardens – Built on top of barren desert landscape, the organic gardens have become a sanctuary for healthy and resilient soil. Throughout the year, our students grow annual and perennial produce.
Natural Building Workshop – The Natural Building workshop provides opportunities to learn everything one would need to know to build with mud! Students and guests learn how to test soil for construction purposes, make mud bricks and plasters, and how to put it all together to make beautiful and natural structures.
The swimming pool is located amid lush green lawns with an amazing view of the Edom mountains. The pool offers shaded seating areas, large shaded toddler pool, hammocks and volleyball nets. Located beside the pool are bathroom, shower and changing room facilities. The pool is open during the summer and serves guests and kibbutz members.
Would you like to experience workshops in ecology? We offer a wide range of experiences for all ages – children, families, groups and singles. Come and learn to make seed balls, create mud bricks, and learn permaculture methods, earth building techniques and so much more. You are also welcome to visit the ‘Bustan’ neighborhood, which serves as the ecological campus for our workshops and permaculture training. Students and volunteers live in the ‘Bustan’ in domes made of earth, pick vegetables for their salad from the garden, cook in solar ovens and use the leftover scraps to fill the compost. The ‘Bustan’, demonstrates how we can make less impact on the planet.