Accommodation

Participants of the 2019 Lautenschläger Azekah Archaeological Expedition stayed at Netiv Ha-Lamed He, during the week.

Netiv Ha-Lamed He is conveniently situated a short 6.5 kilometers from Tel Azekah. This means that journey between the site and the Field School is an easy 10 minute bus ride each day, ensuring a little more sleep before sunrise starts.

Netiv Ha-Lamed He is a serene oasis tucked away in the Shephelah. There, team members will be able to process excavated material, relax in comfort, hear from guest lecturers, learn in our field school, and rest at the end of a productive day. You can discover more here.

Rooms are designed to room four/five people, and are fully equipped with air conditioning, ensuite bathroom, and closet.

The communal dormitory is fully air conditioned, with access to communal bathroom and shower facilities.

There are three room types available for volunteers.

  • Shared room of four people (with ensuite shower and toilet, fully airconditioned)
    • Price Per Week: 2,500 NIS 
  • Shared room of five people (with ensuite shower and toilet, fully airconditioned)
    • Price Per Week: 2,400 NIS
  • Shared dormitory-style room (communal bathrooms/toilets, fully airconditioned)
    • Price Per Week: 2,200 NIS

 

It is at Netiv Ha-Lamed He where we will wash pottery, process the finds from our fieldwork, have our afternoon activities and lectures, and just relax.

Wednesday nights are a celebration for the project, with a ‘Find of the Week’ presentation and a special evening dinner and drinks.

To clarify, the shared room option includes a clean, air-conditioned room with near access to bathroom facilities.

 

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