Golan Heights Hostel - Welcome Home

Looking for a place to explore nature, beauty, and a sense of fulfillment? The Golan Heights Hostel was established for the purpose of providing visitors with an authentic experience of Israel's beautiful northern region. Whether you're traveling solo or in small group, the Golan Heights Hostel is a nice getaway for the global traveler seeking for new adventure. The hostel is more than just a place to lay your head to rest - it is an opportunity to engage with people from every corner of the world and get together for some adventure!

Is it safe?

The Golan Heights, Israel’s mountainous northern region, is one of the most beautiful and most traveled parts of the country.
Even in times of instability around - neighbor countries or inland - this area is always an island of sanity. 
We traveled the world for many years and picked this place for its peacefulness. Situated in Odem, a village filled with greenery and tranquility.

A Hostel???

The hostel is just like home, with 7 bed rooms in total - 3 spacious dormitories for 6/8 persons with XL Bunk beds. 3 private rooms for 1-2 persons and a private room for up to 4 persons. Every room has direct access to the hostel
and to the gardens.
Comfortable shared bathrooms. Enormous and fully equipped kitchen, big and comfortable living room with books, games and music. Many sitting areas- inside the hostel and outside in our park. Fresh linens, strong & free WiFi, laundry, books to exchange, and international atmosphere... and Free Pancake Breakfast.


Getting up here

Israel is a small country and most roads are very good. Public transportation goes everywhere, and most operators are improving their already high-quality systems all the time. Although the Golan Heights is rightfully enjoy all benefits of a "remote" area in nature - from most cities in Israel it only takes two buses to get here, few hours of beautiful scenery.

Golan Heights Hostel
Moshav Odem 
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"This is what a hostel              is supposed to be..."