Welcome To Camp Kimama Michmoret!
 Camp Kimama Michmoret, on the Mediterranean coast, is the largest and longest running Kimama camp. Join us for an amazing summer advanture. 

Where Camp Kimama Michmoret Is Located? 
Camp Kimama Michmoret is located at the “Mevo’ot Yam” youth village, on the beach of Michmoret. The one of Israel’s unique and beautiful spots – an untouched seaside resort – just a short drive from Caesarea, 30 minutes from Tel Aviv, 40 minutes from Haifa and about an hour from Jerusalem.

Specialty Tracks
Here at Camp Kimama Michmoret we offer a wide variety of waterfront tracks, anything from surfing and sup to scuba-diving and sailing. In addition, we have an excellent photography track available. Campers can choose one specialty track and enjoy a bit more in what they love to do best. To find out more about the tracks in detail, please click on the track tabs.

Open Up Your Child’s World to Israel And To Lasting International Friendships
More than just a summer camp, Camp Kimama will introduce your child to multiple cultures and languages and offer real, long-lasting friendships with Jewish children from around the world! Here, kids strengthen their independence, leadership skills, and personal development. And oh yes—deepen their bond and love for Israel!
Each year for the past decade, Camp Kimama has hosted thousands of kids ages 7-17 from 40 countries around the world!

Why Summer Camp?
Sleep-away summer camp is the ultimate experience for kids! Only at this camp environment, they can spend 24 hours with their favorite people (other kids from all over the world!), do the things they love best (sports, music, art, and fun), discover new things about themselves (independence, freedom, leadership), make new social connections, and most of all, be in a fun and safe environment, far from their parents, so that they have someone to miss at the end of it all!

Camp Facilities
Camp Kimama Michmoret offer a classic camp experience in perfect rooms, accommodate 3-5 campers. The rooms are furnished with indoor bathrooms and shower, closet, table and chairs. Moreover, we have Dining halls with kosher kitchen, Dance pavilion, Indoor pavilions and indoor gymnasium.

Campers Divided To Tribes By Age Groups
Cocoon- 1st– 3rd grade
Maya- 4th grade
Cherokee- 5th grade
Avani 6th grade
Inca- 7th grade
Manco- 8th grade
LIT- 9th grade
CIT- 10th grade
JC- Junior Counselor

Security
The facility is fenced and gated, with regulated entry and exit gates for pedestrians and vehicles. It is completely guarded, secured and protected, with full control over all entries and exits.

Accommodation
The village offers clean and well-designed rooms for 3-5 campers, complete with beds and mattresses. Showers and toilets are adjacent to the rooms and there are 10 rooms in each corridor. Counselors and specialists sleep in rooms nearby the campers in order to attend to any need that arises during the night.

Dining Hall
The dining room at the ‘Mevo’ot Yam’ Beach Village can accommodate up to 500 people. It is clean, well equipped and meticulously maintained by an experienced and professional management team. The meals provided here are varied and healthy, combining food that children enjoy in a nutritious menu. A sink for handwashing is available at the entrance of the dining hall, where campers are required to freshen up before and after the meal.

Water Coolers
Throughout the campus, there are plenty of water coolers. Maintaining proper hydration, good nutrition and sun protection is an integral part of camp activity.

Toilet Facilities
In each Camp Kimama room (3-5 campers) there is a shower and toilet. Separate toilet facilities for boys and girls are conveniently located throughout the facility. They are well maintained and hygienic, to ensure the comfort and well-being of the campers and staff.

Sea Jetty
Central to the campus is a jetty on a stunning, natural bay. The jetty provides anchorage for many different sailing vessels, and is an exciting attraction for campers and counselors during their stay at Kimama. During the summer, the jetty is operated by the experienced and trained staff of ‘Mevo’ot Yam’, whom are also responsible for its maintenance and operation throughout the year.

Controlled Beach
The beach campus is located alongside a clean and surveilled beach, operated by the Emek Hefer Regional Council. Beach activities are held in small groups, with close supervision of counselors and designated lifeguards.

Natural Amphitheater
Opposite the jetty is an outdoor amphitheater – a well-tended grass slope facing the magnificent seascape of the bay – with a stage at its base. This amphitheater is the site for evening activities for the whole camp. Activites include the musical, dance and drama performances produced and staged by the campers and counselors during the track meetings.

Air-Comditioned Amphitheater
In addition to the natural amphitheater there is an air-conditioned, 300 seat auditorium, a stage and movie screen. The auditorium used for workshops in drama, prop building, dance and music performances during regular camp hours, and for screening movies during rest activities in the heat of the day.

Sports Facilities
The beach village boasts spacious sports fields, allowing a wide range of competitive and leisure sports activities. Activities scheduled during peak heat hours are held in the air-conditioned sports hall.

Clinic
The beach village has a fully equipped clinic. It is maintained by a certified medical team that is ready to answer medical needs 24 hours a day.

1st-3rd grade graduates: Cocoon Tribe, Color: Blue
Cocoon tribe’s activities are all together, as one tribe – not divided into groups as in other tribes at the camp.
We believe that it is important that at all ages, the youngest in particular, personal attention is given. Therefore, this age group is guaranteed to have a ratio of one staff member for every four campers at most. The counselors of this age group are in attendance at all hours of the day – to help them with their chores such as tidying the rooms, personal hygiene (showers, brushing teeth, changing clothes, changing bedding and organizing washing) and to ensure that the campers are given the attention they need. In this manner we are able to create an integrated group, in which campers are given an opportunity to express themselves and their abilities and will feel they are being taken care of, just like at home…

4th grade graduates: Maya Tribe, color: Red
Maya tribe is divided into groups: In each group there are between 10 and 15 campers and several staff members. There are both boys and girls in each group with separate rooming. The counselors of this age group are in attendance at all hours of the day – to help them with their chores such as tidying the rooms and personal hygiene and ensure that campers are given the attention they need. In this manner we are able to create an integrated group, in which campers are given an opportunity to express themselves, their abilities, and will feel they are being taken care of, just like at home…

5th grade graduates: cherokee Tribe, color: Purple
Cherokee tribe is divided into groups: In each group there are between 10 and 15 campers and several staff members. There are both boys and girls in each group with separate rooming. The counselors of this age group are in attendance at all hours of the day – to help them with their chores such as tidying the rooms and personal hygiene and ensure that campers are given the attention they need

6th grade graduates: Avani Tribe, Color: Green
Avani tribe is divided into groups of 10-15 campers with two counselors for each group. There are both boys and girls in each group with separate rooming. This age group makes up a third of the number of campers at Kimama summer camps; it is a large, excellent, integrated group!

7th grade graduates: Inca Tribe, color: Yellow
The Inca tribe is divided into groups of 10-15 campers with two counselors for each group. The groups are mixed, each group has boys and girls and the rooming is separate. This age group makes up a third of the number of campers at Kimama summer camps; it is a large, excellent, integrated group!

8th grade graduates: Manco tribe, color: Pink
Two day trip to the Galilee.
During camp, Inca tribe from Kimama Carmel and Manco tribe from Kimama Michmoret will go on a trip together to the Galilee for two days. They will participate in a variety of activities such as rafting, Zip line into the water of the Jordan River, camping with a bonfire, and evening social and experiential activities etc.
Inca tribe is divided into groups of 10-15 campers with two counselors for each group. This age group makes up a third of the number of campers at Kimama summer camps; it is a large, excellent, integrated group!

9th grade graduates and up: LIT Tribe, Color: White
Leaders in Training- Educational program – Leadership
New trip for LIT tribe in Kimama – An exciting unforgettable trip to Safed!
Kimama is an extraordinary opportunity to have new experiences, and to get to know, and live with other teenagers from all over the world. Two weeks, far from home, without Facebook or iPhones, strong ties are made between the Israeli campers and those who come from abroad; connections that your teens will have for many years to come. This age group at Camp Kimama enjoys their last year of campers activities as they will subsequently attend the counselor course – they get to be the elders of camp this year.
This age group is called LIT – Leaders in Training, and the program prepares them to be leaders; leaders at camp, leaders in their communities. This program offers many activities and discussions on the topic of leadership in the Jewish community and in Israel, leaders in the world, what leadership is, and how it may be used as a positive influence on society, contributing and giving, etc.
In the framework of this program, the campers assist the counselors of the younger age groups, organize events at camp, and serve as role models in all that they do.
How does it work? 
The LIT campers are not divided into groups, but live at camp as a single, multi-cultural integrated group. They have four staff members who are responsible for their educational and experiential activities, and together they lead the camp. After concluding the LIT summer in Kimama, campers will be entitled to participate in the CIT program, which prepares them to be counselors at Kimama.

10th-11th grade graduates CIT tribe, Color: Orange
*Available only in 2nd and 3rd session.
The CIT program is a counselors in training program for high school students from all over the world, who wish to come back to camp as counselors in the following summers. The program includes a short trip in which campers will cook for themselves, hike, and camp outside. This is a unique program of 30 talented campers that wish to learn how to work with children at camp..

Dates And Fees For Summer 2021

1st Session

July 5-17 Session

₪10,600

  currently ₪1,600 discount

2nd Session

July 20th – August 1st

₪10,600

  currently ₪1,600 discount

3rd Session

August 4-16

₪10,600

  currently ₪1,600 discount

Camp Location

The Experience

Camp Kimama
Camp Kimama is the first and the largest international summer camp held in Israel, with thousands of participants each year, ages 7-17, from 40 different countries from around the world. Kimama also has different trips throughout the year.

?What we offer you
A unique experience in which you’ll encounter new cultures, languages and worlds; acquire knowledge and expertise in fields that interest you; meet youth from Israel and from all over the world; and forge special friendships that will be with you for life. Activities at Camp Kimama are run in Hebrew and in English, and we have counselors from all over the world who can help with other languages, too.
All of these are integrated in the educational activity, with an emphasis on values such as independence, leadership, personal development and empowerment. We believe that every participant has talent and ability that may be developed. We’ll find your strengths and help you to express them.
!See you at camp

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