At the Ein Yael Camp, children learn about nature and their surroundings. Campers will plant herbs, and create musical instruments from natural materials. Camp activities include learning ancient crafts, baking pita on a bonfire, drum circles, building mud houses and learning to make pottery. Children will harvest grapes and learn to use the wine press (in August only).
Children will have access to the petting zoo and learn to make cheese. They will also learn to weave wool into fabric and learn the skills required for archery. All of these activities take place in the outdoor living museum setting under the shade of the beautiful trees.
**Summer Camp at Ein Yael** –
Artisan workshops, Drawing in Nature, Archery, Drum Circle, Yoga
Dates: Beginning July 23
Ages: Gan Hova – 6th grade.
Reservations are required. firstname.lastname@example.org
All activities will take place in small groups under the supervision of an experienced staff.
Contact Ein Yael Camp 02-645-1866Camp Reservations
Sunday – Thursday
8:00am -2:30pm (pick up by 3:00)
Tzaharon till 4:00pm
1450 nis – for one session
1300 nis – for the 2nd child or kids from a family with a single parent
1550 nis – for one session
1400 nis – for the 2nd child or kids from a family with a single parent
750 nis – per child | Contact email@example.com for more details
200 nis per session
Gan Hova to 6th Grade
Session 1: July 23 - Aug 2
Session 2: Aug 5 - Aug 16
End-of-the-Summer Session: Aug 19 - Aug 23 Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details