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JIsr az Zarqa, Israel
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 0.5
Persons: 12
Category: Backpacker Hostel
Host ID: 27835
Country: Israel

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Last Updated: March 11, 2014

Enjoy an authentic experience and enable the local people to benefit from your stay!

This is the first guesthouse in Jisr az-Zarqa, the only Arab village in Israel located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. We are located in the village center. Here, a five-minute walk to/from the beatiful sandy beach, you will have the chance to experience the authentic atmosphere of an Arab fisherman's village. Hike the popular "Israel Trail" to one of the most popular sites in Israel - Caesarea ( a 30 minutes hike), visit the "Crocodile Stream
Nature Reserve" ( a 10 minutes hike) and more:
Hang out with other travelers in the guesthouse, in our coffee shop or on the beach

?Surf at one of the best points in Israel (if there are waves),kayak, go fishing...
The guesthouse is a fun home for travelers, but it is also a social business that operates to help Jisr az Zarqa's local people. Our aim is to help the village to become a tourist attraction, in order to increase the
livelihood options in the village.

1. We offer free accommodation and a unique opportunity to meet other travelers and experience Israel if you volunteer to work five days a week helping us run the hostel and contributing positively to the atmosphere here.

2. We also encourage volunteering in the village and happily accept new volunteers in the village - for example by teach the locals English.
If this suits you, please contact us for more information.

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