Grofit (Hebrew: גְּרוֹפִית, lit. Shoot (of a plant)) is a kibbutz in southern Israel. Located near Eilat in the Aravah region, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hevel Eilot Regional Council. In 2016 it had a population of 249.
The community was founded in 1963 as a Nahal settlement and is named after the Arabic name of the nearby Grofit Creek. In 1966 the kibbutz was settled by adults who had been members of the HaNoar HaOved VeHaLomed youth movement.
View Outside Plastics Factory Grofit 2Tree on Sloopes of Grofit 4Looking Up at Hay for Dairy - Grofit 2Trees on Slopes of Grofit 2Looking Down on Route #90 from Grofit 1Observation Tower Grofit 1Looking Down on Route #90 from Grofit 5Workers Coming Up the Road on Tractor - Grofit 1Swimming Pool, Date Palms and Hills of Jordan 1Swimming Pool, Date Palms and Hills of Jordan 3Tree Stump - GrofitWater Tower - GrofitPanorama Looking East Towards Jordan Hills 3Bougainvilleas Overlooking Fields of GroftLookout - Eastern Side of Grofit 2