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A very fun experience. Sara is a lovely hostess and our whole group enjoyed our peaceful stay here.
I came for a night with a group of 8 friends and had a total blast when we stayed here! The outside benches and grass area is perfect for just chilling and socializing. The tent's private bathroom was very clean and nice, and the tent itself was super awesome! The A/C inside also helped for a nice cool night in the hot summer. We came just before sunset and Sarah, the keeper, showed us on a map a walking trail where we could go to see the sunset better over the Sea of Galilee. We did that and it was absolutley breathtaking!
Make sure to bring your own food to cook though. We didn't bring any, but Sarah was the most hospitable person ever. She gave us a number for a pizza place, and drove us there to go get it! And on the way, she stopped so that we could see the gorgeous panorama of the Sea of Galilee at night! It was so pretty! Also, bring your own linens and towels if you can. But if not, it's fine, she has sets available for 20NIS more per set. A few people in our group got a set and it was fine.
I DEFINITELY recommend this place to anyone who is in the area of the Golan Heights. It doesn't put a dent in your pocket book, but it definitely makes a mark in your memory!! (In a good way, that is.)
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Givat-Yoan Golan heights
Ginges khan in the Golan, a Mongolian tents village, offer 5 Mongolian tents, which can contain up to 10 people each. an air-conditioner is in each tent, private bathroom attached to the tent, accessorized big kitchen for self use ( make sure to bring your own food to cook ), barbecue area, grassplot and picnic tables.near the kitchen there is a garden of herbs and plants that can be used to make your own tea!Givat yoav, a Moshav (settlement) in south of the Golan heights, 10 minutes drive from the Sea of Galilee. Genghis khan is locat on the Golan trail, 140KM trail across the Golan North-South. about 6 days track.The Moshav is an agriculture village, establish in 1968 by group of parachutists name by their lieutenant colonel Yoav Shacham who was killed in Samuaa action. The Golan offer the visitors colorful attraction from hiking trails, field car tours, horseback riding, to nature water pools. The Golan offer the visitors colorful attraction from hiking trails, field car tours, horseback riding, to nature water pools. we will be glad to give you more information about it during your visit.Linen is optional, 30 NIS per night.it includes: blanket, pillow, bed sheet and towel.PLEASE NOTE: The hostel is located out of town !!! From FRIDAY AT NOON time untill SUNDAY MORNING there is NO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION or any open stores in our area!!! The same applies to JEWISH HOLLIDAYS!!
Linen is optional, 30 NIS per night.it includes: blanket, pillow, bed sheet and towel. We provide sleeping on very comfortable mattresses.There is a grocery store in the village
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