Dead Sea Adventure Hostel
Are you in for a bit of adventure?
We have good news! The first (and currently the only) adventure hostel in the middle east is officially open!
It is an honor and pleasure to pave the way and be the pioneers of adventure in our region.
And you friend, are always welcome. Hop-in and enjoy the ride...
The hostel is located in the small southern city of Arad, the most accessible place to reach the Dead Sea and Masada with public transport or by car. Sitting at the edge of the city, the hostel is a few steps away from the wild, beautiful Judean desert.
Desolate and hostile at a first glance, the desert area can be deceiving. In fact, it is teamed with life... from small, shy insects and rodents, to the great ibex herds and the wolves stalking the unmarked trails of nature.
Clear, bright nights one after another, with enough light from the moon for you to read if you want, or just enjoy watching the milky way. And the air: as fresh as air gets.
Our team is comprised of budget lightweight travelers, and avid outdoors-men.
And we have beer. Lots and lots of beer.
If you are looking for that once-in-a-lifetime trip,
If adventure spirit is an inseparable part of you,
You belong with us!
The job is voluntarily but we will give you a warm bed and daily dinner. Plus, on your days off you could go to an adventure, extreme and culture trips in the desert.
Our Adventure Hostel offers a variety of services including free wifi, free information regarding hiking and travelling ALL of Israel, free laundry for volunteers, equipped kitchen and more...
We'd expect you to stay at least one month, and up to 6 weeks, to make place for other travelers as well.
Help includes routinely maintenance, cleaning, renovations, helping around and special projects.
So if you want to be a part of an amazing project and experience the desert, the Dead Sea and Masada come join us!
See you on the trails
We are a small but productive staff of 2-3 people. Volunteers become a part of our hostel family. The hostel has fun atmosphere and we treat our volunteers kindly and fairly.