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Wonderful visit with Amir. We traveled with three generations and we all had a lovely time making pita bread, learning how farming evolved, riding donkeys and having a feast prepared by on site chef. The staff was extremely attentive and prepared. All of us consider...More
I wrote separately about the food here, but in general this beautiful, peaceful village is worth a visit. It is very clean, the architecture is unique and interesting. The people are very friendly. Interest that the major form of transportation with young and older people...More
A very interesting visit to a Circassian villiage with a population of around 4000 - on arrival we were shown a film and then visited the museum - we had a fantastic guide named David who told us all about his people and their way...More
A peaceful village of the Circassian people living in Israel.
Very kind people, very clean and peaceful village.
Nice for a calm walk and a superb way for understanding the history and culture of this unique community.
(included are some small restaurants serving traditional Circassian...More
I love Kfar Kama! It is one of only a couple of Circassian villages in Galilee. There is a Heritage Centre, well worth a visit. The village is beautifully clean, with fine houses, and many small businesses offering different services. Lauz the butcher is particularly...More