View of Mount Hermon ten minutes from the valley
Misgav Am is a community kibbutz located in the Upper Galilee, overlooking the spectacular views of the Hula Valley, the Golan Heights, Mount Hermon, Syria and Lebanon and is located 10 minutes from Tel Hai College. Today the kibbutz was established in 1945 and has about 300 members and residents, the population is diverse - young people, singles, families and adults.
The student village, which has about 30 male and female students, religious and secular, who live together and are an integral part of the kibbutz community, work together in the kibbutz plantations, initiate projects for the community and establish events in the kibbutz inn pub for young people in the area.
About Kibbutz Misgav Am
Misgav Am is a kibbutz in the northern part of the Galilee, near Metula, Kiryat Shmona and the Israel-Lebanon border, which belongs to the Upper Galilee Regional Council. Misgav Am is located at the northern end of the Ramim ridge in the Naftali Mountains. The settlement was established on November 2, 1945, and underwent processes of change and privatization at the end of 1997. Despite the change and the transfer of the weight of weight to the family unit, the community maintains the common kibbutz framework. In 2006, a community neighborhood was inaugurated located at the entrance to the kibbutz. Its residents take an active part in the life of the community.