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The international beach resort of Eilat is only 50 kilometers away by bus (approximately $5 USD one-way), if participants want to enjoy some snorkeling, go to an internet cafe or enjoy the vibrant nightlife. For those that want to see the rest of the country, it is easy to use public transportation and explore Tel Aviv or the north of Israel and no trip would be complete without a mud bath and float in the Dead Sea.
Interns will be involved in permaculture design and sustainable engineering, sustainable agriculture, natural building and ecological design and building a regenerative community. The four weeks allow interns to learn about new concepts, as well as to gain hands-on experience implementing them.
Some of your tasks may include:
In addition to participating in hands-on tasks, interns will also be partaking in various lectures throughout the month.
Lecture topics will include
Internet: WiFi is available.
Laundry: There is a laundry room on the campus.
Accommodations: Participants will share single-gender, eco-huts. There will be up to three volunteers per hut. Rooms are equipped with beds, air conditioning, shelves, pillows, linens and towels. The bathroom facilities contain compost toilets. On the kibbutz campus, there is a tea house, dining room, pool (seasonal), football pitch, basketball court and pub which are available to interns.
Food: Three meals are provided each day. The local team can accommodate for vegetarian and vegan diets.
Please take note of this project’s minimum requirements:
The local staff can help arrange guided tours of popular destinations such as Petra, Jerusalem and Timna Park as well as help organize desert hikes.