Nachal Havarim Ranch was designed to offer maximum comfort for guests visiting the desert region, with various accommodation options, including chalets, a large Bedouin tent and a campsite for individual tents.
A mature olive grove houses the camping grounds and provides guests with a generous canopy of shade under impressive, tall trees. Hammocks sway gently between the trees and the entire campsite is well-lit to enable guests to assemble their tents after nightfall. Guests are invited to bring their own tents or rent tents from the Ranch.
The complex is arranged around a central point where a large authentic Bedouin tent made of goat’s wool welcomes guests into an authentic Bedouin atmosphere. The large tent is divided with curtain-like dividers, also made of goat’s wool, to provide privacy for each of the nine “rooms.” Each room has a light (that can be operated by guests) and two electrical outlets for charging mobile phones.
Campsite guests may make use of showers on the camping grounds. The showers are operated using a state-of-the-art gas water-heating system which ensures hot water 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The campsite kitchen is at the disposal of all guests and is furnished with modern refrigerators, four turbo gas-burners, four sinks and ample counter space for meal preparation, to make easy work of outdoor dining. The kitchen is also fully equipped with pots, pans and other kitchen utensils for use by private guests or groups, and adjacent to the kitchen there are chairs and tables for guests’ convenience.
The campsite also has two studio guestrooms with two beds in each. Two of these studio rooms have an on-suite bathroom with a shower and toilet.