Experience the Culture
Experience and Taste the "Buna Tetu" Coffee Ceremony
Lecture about Ethiopian lifestyle & adapting their lifestyle to modern day Israeli life
Lunch - Authentic Ethiopian food done in small groups so you can interact with your hosts
Learn to count in Amharic
Tour of the agricultural garden where your lunch was grown
Ethiopian Song and Dance workshop
Full transportation from Jerusalem
Vegan Lunch Included!
All this for only 525 Shekels!
Taste and Experience
"Buna Tetu" Coffee Ceremony
Ethiopia, globally known as the birthplace of coffee, is famous for “buna,” a coffee-making ceremony that involves roasting, grinding and brewing beans while partaking in a community-oriented tradition.
'Buna tetu' which translates to 'come drink coffee' is a famous communal tradition in Ethiopia. Families will send children to knock on their neighbors' homes to invite them to come share some coffee.
This bonding nature of Ethiopians is a key thread in the fabric of its society.
In Ethiopia every family engaged in agriculture, the knowledge and ability to grow food was very critical to live a good life there. Skills of dealing with pests, lack of water, seed preservation, were very essential.
We will have a special meeting with the Agricultural workers, learn about their experiences and take part in their project.
Experience & Taste
Get Hosted by a Local Family and taste the Amazing Ethiopian Cuisine
This Culinary experience, will teach us the Ethiopian table manners and their codes of love and respect.
We will taste the traditional Ethiopian Cuisine:
The festive Dabu bread, Ingra, and a variety of traditional Ethiopian dishes.
(All Vegan and have Gluten Free options)
Traditional Ethiopian Dance Workshop
In Ethiopia there was a very rich variety of dance styles, most of them were created from daily movements of various jobs such as harvesting, sifting, hunting and more.
We will hear and see some of the dance styles and to the sounds of Ethiopian music we will learn the Amharic Eskesta dance and dance happily together.
Other Cultural Day Trips
Moroccan Marriage Encounter
Bedouin desert Experience
Who are the Druze?
Chirkesim: Meet the Warrior tribe
Marranos living in Israel
Journey of the Bnei Minasha to Israel
For more info contact us here