About The Place
On the top of Mt.Camun, across from the magnificent BeithaKerem Valley, and Upper Galilee, lies an ecological garden that recreates a biblical farming village. Biblical Roots is the fruit of a joint creation between Roni, a tour guide, and her husband Roki, a beekeeper. Thirty years ago they moved to the north and got to work. They moved stones and planted trees, built the Khan stone hut, Abraham tent and other various Sukkot (biblical tent), renovated and collected different biblical agricultural facilities: an oil press, threshing floor and wine press. Thanks to years of investment, and thanks to the wonderful location, Roni and Roki were able to realize their dream: to build a place combining nature, education and simplicity to offer visitors a unique experience: a return to life as it once was.
This biblical-themed holiday village offers various workshops and hosts groups of visitors, families, school children, and adults who wish to experience life as it was during the Bible, as well as hosting families for the special occasion of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Biblical Roots is also a wonderful meeting place for people looking for a different style of accommodation, touching and connecting with the past, the earth, nature, tradition and a unique experience of the Galilee.
For larger groups, you can stay with us in the Khan, a big, reconstructed stone house, or the Abraham Tent. For a more intimate space, one of our huts can be the perfect choice for you!
The village is situated in a blooming garden. Surrounding the huts are grapevines, olive and fig trees, and comfortable sitting areas. There is a large selection of equipment available to accommodate your needs, including comfortable pillows, stools, mattresses, and various tables in different heights.
In the summer, when the whole country is hot and humid, the mountain welcomes a pleasant breeze, and in the colder winter months, you can sit by the fireplaces both in the cosy indoors and outside, enjoying the beauty of the landscape that is truly
"A land of wheat and barley, of vines, figs and pomegranates, a land of olive trees and honey." Deuteronomy 8:8