Camp Kimama Israel, the place for Jewish youth from all over the world to enjoy a quality overnight camp experience in Israel, is now offering two campuses to choose from. Campers between the ages of 7 and 17 can choose to spend a two-week session at it's waterfront location - complete with a private beach on the Mediterranean with windsurfing, sailing and more OR at it's mountain location on the banks of the Jordan River with horseback riding, river rafting and mountain biking as the main attractions. Many campers spend one session at each! Kimama is truly international. Campers come from more than 20 different countries and all programs are conducted in both Hebrew and English. Camp is based on the principle that it is critical for Jews from communities throughout the world to engage with each other and to create lasting relationships. It is also non-stop FUN!!! Activities include land and water sports, arts and crafts, drama and music, camping and orienteering and specialized programs in leadership development. Kimama provides a warm and welcoming environment for all its campers. The professional staff nurtures every camper, helping each to develop independence while also working with campers to learn the skills necessary to live as part of a community. Additionally, counselors help campers discover their creative abilities and increase their environmental sensitivity in general and to Israel in particular. FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE

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