''Cameland'' - Once in a life time
12 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
12 camas
0 baños
12 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
12 camas
0 baños
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Estamos en constante movimiento con nuestros camellos alrededor de los desiertos de Israel. Ofrecemos a nuestros huéspedes una experiencia única de vivir el estilo de vida nómada con un camello y la gente local. Se pueden ofrecer comidas auténticas, refrescos, actividades divertidas y relajantes.
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We are in constant motion with our camels around the deserts of Israel. We offer our guests a unique experience of living nomadic lifestyle with a camels and the local people. Authentic meals, refreshments,fun and relaxing activities can be provided.

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Estamos en constante movimiento con nuestros camellos alrededor de los desiertos de Israel;) Esto nos da la oportunidad de ofrecer a nuestros huéspedes la experiencia única de observar el desierto, las Montañas Rojas y el lado del mar a través de las diferentes estaciones del año y vivir un estilo de vida nómada Con camellos y la gente local;) Los huéspedes son proporcionar tienda compartida, colchones, agua potable, leña, miles de estrellas, vistas espectaculares, la luz de la luna y el silencio del desierto rodeó nuestros camellos y burros;) Auténticas comidas, refrescos, Actividades divertidas y relajantes pueden ser proporcionados;) Camel viajes es nuestra especialidad! ;) Nuestro campamento del desierto es actual situado alrededor de "reserva roja de las montañas rojas de Eilat" (districto del sur de Eilat Israel) !!!;) Todas nuestras rutas son coche accesible;) El estacionamiento está en el sitio;) Tenga en cuenta : * Ofrecemos a nuestros huéspedes la misma actividad 100% al aire libre !!!;) * WC y lavadero al aire libre !!!;) Organizado por Exodus Nomadic Caravan
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We are in constant motion with our camels around the deserts of Israel ;)This gives us opportunity to offer our guests the unique experience of observe the desert, the Red Mountains and the sea side trough the different seasons of the year and living a nomadic lifestyle with a camels and the local people ;) Guests are provide shared tent, mattresses, fresh drinking water, firewood, thousands of stars, spectacular views, moon light and the silence of the desert surrounded our camels and donkeys ;) Authentic meals, refreshments,fun and relaxing activities can be provided ;)
Camels trips is our specialty !!! ;)

Our desert camp is current located around "Eilat red mountains" national reserve (Eilat south distrct Israel) !!!;)

All of our routes are car approachable ;) The parking is on the site ;)

Please note :
*We offer our guests same 100% outdoor activity !!!;)
*Outdoor toilet and washing facilities !!!;)

Hosted by Exodus Nomadic Caravan

Atención a los huéspedes

Podemos ayudarle en la planificación y organización de una amplia gama de actividades, incluyendo paseos en camello, safaris en jeep, visitas turísticas o cualquier otra cosa que pueda solicitar;) Camel viajes es nuestra especialidad! ;)
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We can assist you in planning and arranging a wide range of activities including camel trips, jeep safaris, sight-seeing or anything else you might request ;)
Camels trips is our specialty !!! ;)

Otros aspectos destacables

Tenga en cuenta : * Nuestro campo del desierto es actual situado alrededor de "reserva roja de las montañas rojas de Eilat" (districto del sur de Eilat Israel) !!!;) * Ofrecemos a nuestros huéspedes la misma actividad al aire libre del 100%;) * WC y lavadero al aire libre !!!;)
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Please note :
*Our desert camp is current located around "Eilat red mountains" national reserve (Eilat south distrct Israel) !!!;)
*We offer our guests same 100% outdoor activity ;)
*Outdoor toilet and washing facilities !!!;)


Servicios
Lugar de estacionamiento privado
Se admiten mascotas
Apto para familias y niños

Precios
Personas adicionales $15 / noche después del primer huésped
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Para que tus pagos estén protegidos, nunca transfieras dinero ni te comuniques desde afuera de la página o la aplicación de Airbnb.
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Aspectos que también debes tener en cuenta
Dog(s) y other pet(s) live in the house

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Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Perfil de usuario de Jonathan
Mayo de 2016
David was a great host - he met us in Mitzpe Ramon and led us out to his campsite about 3 km outside of town, where his tent and 16 camels are stationed; we drank tea and coffee, shared stories, ate dinner, and enjoyed the stars. The best way to spend a night in the Negev!

Perfil de usuario de Ian
Mayo de 2016
I had absolutely no idea what to expect when I made this reservation. It is anything but the typical Airbnb listing. For that reason alone, I was sold. I met David & Alex in Mitzpe Ramon and we trekked through the rocky desert, tracking their camels, and arriving finally at a beautifully simple, ever-moving temporary home under the breathtaking starlight of Israel's Negev desert. The next 18 hours were an experience I will carry in my soul forever. After tending to the camels, David made a fire while Alex prepared dinner. As the sun set to blackness and the moon rose blood red over the Makhtesh Crater, we shared stories as the flames licked the night. Soon, we were joined by three young people from Germany. We drank sweetened black tea and ate chicken liver, cardamon, and fried onions over a bed of delicately spiced basmati rice. David explained that it is Bedouin tradition that everyone dig in with their hands to build a sense of presence, comfort, and togetherness. As the night air cooled, David and Alex disappeared into the tent, reappearing with thick wool blankets, and wrapped them around us. In the morning, I watered the camels with David while Alex prepared coffee, tea, and a breakfast of shakshuka, fresh vegetables and tahina, and piping hot "kibeh," a traditional bread baked in the ground under hot coals. We gathered around the feast and dug in, this time with spoons, as the German crowd had shown some aversion to the lack of utensils the night before. It was the best breakfast I have ever eaten. I left the desert around noon. David sent me away with a warm hug, and Alex and I hiked a few kilometers through the desert, back to the nearby city of Mitzpe Ramon. I would like to thank these fine hosts for the warmth, hospitality, wisdom, and beautiful meals they provided me in the desert. I won't soon forget the kindness.

Perfil de usuario de Christian
Agosto de 2017
It was a really cool experience in the desert! David is a funny and generous guy. Would definitely recommend it.

Perfil de usuario de Victoria
Agosto de 2017
Helt klart at anbefale. Vi tog på den 4 timer lange kameltur, og det var simpelthen så fedt! Solnedgang og lækker mad over bål. Og David er rigtig god til at sørge for sine gæster. Bestemt et highlight på vores rejse.

Perfil de usuario de Annette
Junio de 2017
Wonderful experience! We enjoyed the stay to the fullest. If you think about staying wit David - just go for it! :)

Perfil de usuario de Elana
Abril de 2017
Would do it again

Perfil de usuario de Elisabeth
Abril de 2017
Unfortunately I must say that the stay with Exodus didn’t meet our (high) expectations. Instead of a beautiful camp in untouched desert near Mitzpe Ramon we had to sleep on the premises of a large commercial Camel Ranch near Eilat (which is 200 km from Mitzpe Ramon, where we initially wanted to go! We drove there anyway because we wanted to experience the wonderful Beduine night under the stars and were very curious to meet Exodus being a super host and all…). We were indeed unlucky because there was rain announced and the national guard was afraid that the camp could be flooded so for security reasons Exodus told us to sleep on the Camel Ranch. First we slept on a downward sloping floor covered with dirty carpets under a leaf-roof, techno music blasting from the trailers of the people living on the Camel Ranch until 1 am. It did start to rain around 3am and we moved under a big marquee (at least 200 m²) and slept on the very dusty floor there. Thank god we found a spot in the shadow (as the whole aerea was floodlit the whole night. Why floodlight in the desert? I don’t know.). We had to get up very early as the Camel Ranch was opening up. Exodus was very friendly and provided us with mattrasses (which were very dirty though) and pillows (equally dirty).I was very glad to have my own sleeping bag. We ordered dinner and breakfast in advance – which he didn’t cook us because we weren’t in his camp. Thank god we were just 1km from Eilat so we could get food ourselves. For this kind of „accomodation“ I thought the € 45 that we paid were unfitted. I think Exodus should have at least offered to adapt the pricing to the circumstances that were quite different from what was promised. I am not quite sure how the whole stay would have been if there hadn’t been the rain that impeded us from staying in the camp but I suspect the overall impression wouldn’t have been much better, I am afraid.

Eilat, IsraelSe registró en Mayo 2015
Perfil de usuario de ExodusExodus es SuperAnfitrión.
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