Today we visited Kibbutz Lotan; an ecologically friendly kibbutz that focuses on natural construction and waste-free living. We learned how to build geodesic domes, took a tour of the community, and drank fresh tea.

Next we went to a beach where we swam, slept, and snacked. Afterwards, we went back to the hotel for dinner and had a chill night in; packing to get ready for Tel Aviv!

Signing off from BonTour bus 688!

P.S. Hi mom, it’s Mira. Can you make my bed? I love you. xox

Camp JRF is now Camp Havaya.

Worry not! We have a new name but, deep down, we’re still the same incredibly diverse and welcoming community where kids explore Judaism in their own ways and become the best versions of themselves.

Learn more about why we chose this name or click through to visit our website. Either way, we can’t wait to welcome you to Camp Havaya this summer!