Bedouin Hospitality – Sof Ha’Olam Smola

The visit in the tent of the Mizal family begins with an explanation by Muhammad about the Bedouins in general and the Bedouins of Arab al-Aramshe in particular.
Muhammad talks about the special relations existing between the village residents and

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Activity times

Weekdays
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Fridays and holiday eves
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Saturday
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Contact and address

Phone for reservations
077-9964656

Contacting host

The way to Arab al-Aramshe leads up the winding road ascending to Adamit Park and the Keshet (arch) Cave. The scenery viewed from the road is breathtaking; the expanses of the Western Galilee and the Mediterranean Sea stretch before the eyes if from a birds view.

Arab al-Aramshe is a friendly village that belongs to the Matte Asher regional council and is connected to the water and electricity system.

The village, latticed with a grid of roads and traffic circles, caresses the Lebanese border and the houses of the nearby Lebanese village are only a bowshot away.

The visit in the tent of the Mizal family begins with an explanation by Muhammad about the Bedouins in general and the Bedouins of Arab al-Aramshe in particular.
Muhammad talks about the special relations existing between the village residents and the people of Israel; relations that began even before the establishment of the State of Israel, when a strong bond was formed with the Kibbuzim of the area: “We helped them before the State was established and they helped us upon the establishment of the state and prevented our deportation” the story begins.
Muhammad then continues with Bedouin myth and a fascinating review of the entire area.

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The visit is accompanied by a guided tour that includes an observation from the border fence onto the South of Lebanon and the tale of the village that was under fire during the Second Lebanon War.

The tour rate is determined respective of the refreshments served:

Herbal tea and coffee with Bedouin pita, Labaneh and Za’atar or a full Bedouin meal that includes: stuffed vine leaves, kubbeh, maklubeh, mansaf and majadera, alongside fresh and seasonal salads, such as: mallow, chicory and za’atar.

And of course homemade Labaneh and Hummus are always served to the table. All these delicacies are prepared of course by Sued, Muhammad’s wife, who is a top notch cook.