and visitors exploring the Judean desert, in the area between Arad and Masada
in the Kana’im Valley, can enjoy relaxed, Bedouin-style hospitality at Kfar
Hanokdim, a green oasis complete with Bedouin tents woven from black goats’
hair and biblically-inspired gardens.
Much thought and imagination were put in to creating an authentic
Bedouin oasis, with buildings of natural stone, lamps made of salt crystals
from the nearby Dead Sea, wooden furniture decorated with iron art work and
colorful fabrics constructed with stone tools.
In addition to learning about Bedouin life and culture, visitors to
Kfar Hanokdim can also enjoy different kinds of receptions, meals, after feast activities,
camel and donkey treks, as well as the experience of staying in tents, lodges
Guests wishing to stay overnight at Kfar Hanokdim can choose between
authentic, weather-proofed tents, 35 desert style, air-conditioned cabins made
from local wood and stone or in specially-designed lodges or sukkot complete
with thick woolen sides, wooden floors and futon-style beds (capacity 8