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BNB that was beautiful!

My 24 year old son and I stayed here for 2 nights. It is located in a beautiful area of the city... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Joanna V
Very recomended

came with 3 kids, all had a great time ! the place is very clean and comfy for a animal farm. fun... read more

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Eyal S
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My 24 year old son and I stayed here for 2 nights. It is located in a beautiful area of the city right by the Ramon Crater. We stayed i a small cabin that was suppossed to sleep five, Didn't understand where 5 people would fit, For the two of us who needed seperate beds it worked great.
The outside of the cabin had a picnic table in the4 open with a firepit. Not sure how yoou get wood.
Under a shelter was a table and chairs and a colorful hammock.
Our cabin consisted of 1 bedroom, a BR and a open room kitchen, refrigerator, toaster oven and hotplate. There is also a TV.
The breakfast was brough to our cabin in the AM in a cooler. It was just ok. It would hsve been nice to have more fresh fruit and some pita. There was a lot of food brougth to us.
It was fun to see all the animals around. Roosters, alpacca, lamas and horses. Some are in pens and some roam free.
We took advantage of a 1 1/2 hour horsebacj ride into the crater. We had a very nice guide, Mia, who told us about herself, the area and farm and made sure we were happy. She even took many picture of us and sent them to us by the next morning.

Thank Joanna V
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Reviewed 1 week ago

came with 3 kids, all had a great time ! the place is very clean and comfy for a animal farm. fun activities.

Thank Eyal S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Stayed for two nights in lovely cabin.
Beautiful setting , staff very helpful and pleasant and decent breakfast.

Highly Recommended

Thank Rpdom46
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Reviewed 10 October 2018 via mobile

2 days riding tour in the Ramon Crater, Negev, with overnight wild camping.

What was 2 days easy quiet riding in the Crater, with marvellous scenery, excellent camp cooking and sensible horses, became a nightmare in the last 20 mins of the trip due to irresponsible decision of the owner.

Our Guide, a freelance Riding guide, & former employee of the Alpaca Farm, took every action during the trip to make us feel secure during the ride and to ride at our pace.
However, the owner insisted we ride up an extremely steep serpentine path in the rim of the Crater at the end of the tour, to get back to base, the Alpaca Farm. The plan was to let the horses run up the last 200m on their own because it was too steep and we should walk behind.
One of our group dismounted immediately on starting the path because she felt her horse kept slipping and it was too dangerous.
My saddle started to slip, probably because the horse was jumping up over the rocks and the Western saddle had been fitted without a breast-strap, so it slid backwards. Within seconds it slipped so far that it threw me backwards off the horse. I fell on my back on a very steep narrow stony path.. and unbelievably survived with multiple bruises but no breaks. Thank god the horse didn’t panic as it stood with its saddle round its stomach.
Our Guide decided we should let all the horses go, and walk on up at that point behind them. However, beyond our view, the lead riderless horse ran on up and jumped over the cliff! It had taken a wrong turn. We assumed it must be dead. No way a horse could survive falling down the gully made of steep rocks.
The Owner arrived from the farm and went back down to see if he could find the missing horse, while we waited at the top in shock. By some miracle, the horse had survived. They brought it back up out of the Crater, bloody and limping, but nothing broken.
I cannot recommend riding with the Alpaca Farm. The owner does not take safety seriously enough. Nor did he even enquire after these dreadful events as to whether I was hurt or apologise for what happened.

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Reviewed 30 September 2018 via mobile

We took the horse ride. Reservation required. The all experience was very positive for us (we do not have horse riding experience). The crew that welcome us were very friendly and definitely tried to give us the best experience. We will be back

Thank nadavit
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Reviewed 26 August 2018 via mobile

We come here every summer, great atmosphere, great weather, great staff!!! Highly recommended! Lots of things to do for everyone at every age.

Thank R B
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Reviewed 15 August 2018

Nice horse ride in the sunset. 1 and 1/2 hour safe horse ride in a unique experience in the desert. Interesting tour with a circle near to the farm assisted by one of the people of the farm

Thank RunningA
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Reviewed 14 August 2018

We really enjoyed the young staff; happy and excited about what they are doing. Nice place. We camped.

Thank avsachsca
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

Went to view the alpacas and decided to go horseback riding along the ridge of the Ramon crater....what an incredible experience. The horses were well-trained and the views beyond compare. The alpacas themselves were cute and noisy. Don't know how they survive in such hot weather. There were also roosters, a pig, and some donkeys there. There is a wool house in which you can see the process of turning alpaca wool into actual threads that can be used for clothing. There is a cafe/shop and bathrooms on the grounds. Lovely cactus garden too.

Thank jsavElizabeth
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Reviewed 22 June 2018

We stayed here for two nights with our family. I can't recommend enough! All the staff at the farm are incredible hosts! We had one family suite and one suite. It was perfect for our family. The breakfasts that are included each morning are perfect and there is enough food to last the day! Our three kids (ages 2, 11, 13) had a blast! One of our favorite activities was the Llama picnic. The older kids felt like it was an adventure while our youngest loved walking the trail with the llama. A few dogs came with us which made us feel safe. Our whole experience there was absolutely lovely!

Thank PardessM
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