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Highlight of a wonderful day in Nablus!

Our Intrepid Tour group enjoyed a cooking class with a lovely group of ladies who taught us to make... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Donna L
Houston, Texas
Insight Nablus - female power

A powerful bunch of women! Thank you for inspiring us. The tour, the cooking, eating and coffee... read more

Reviewed November 18, 2017
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2 weeks ago
“Highlight of a wonderful day in Nablus!”
Nov 18, 2017
“Insight Nablus - female power”
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our Intrepid Tour group enjoyed a cooking class with a lovely group of ladies who taught us to make stuffed zucchini and and grape leaves stuffed with ground lamb and rice. We finished with a lovely lunch and fellowship with women who who were good...More

Thank Donna L
Reviewed November 18, 2017

A powerful bunch of women! Thank you for inspiring us. The tour, the cooking, eating and coffee drinking made up a great day!

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Reviewed September 4, 2017 via mobile

Food has been more than amazing: everything was genuine, truly typical and really enjoyable. People who welcomed us just warm and sunny. Moreover I appreciated a lot the experience of going through the streets of the souq and finally entering this particular place. I hope...More

1  Thank max727teb
Reviewed April 15, 2017

We are a small group of Brazilian activists and had the best gastronomical adventure with the women from Beit Al Karama. We are all vegan and they were extremely accommodating and made us a vegan feast we won't forget. I am a vegan chef and...More

2  Thank _papacapimveg
Reviewed November 4, 2016

Our group of 17 women loved the walking tour of culinary delights, stopping at markets for fresh bread, Arabic coffee, spices and fruit of the season. We loved helping prepare lunch in the cooperative's kitchen, and visiting with women of the neighborhood who stopped by....More

2  Thank SKLinClaremont
Reviewed October 28, 2016

We enjoyed the wonderful (and colourful) food made with love and respect for the local producers, we loved the beautiful historical) place and the warm welcome of the brave women of Bait Al Karama. We simply had one of our best nights in Nablus! Thanks...More

Thank kriestien
Reviewed January 4, 2016

The first part of this adventure was walking through the souk and going in so many shops (soaps, spices, bakeries, fresh vegetables, etc). When we got to the class, we pitched in and helped with the food prep. While lunch was being prepared we were...More

Thank Otto W
Reviewed December 30, 2015

This was an excellent way to find one's way around the souk and learn about interesting places. It was also a lovely cooking lesson and a chance to talk about life in Nablus.

Thank sandramch
Reviewed November 11, 2015

I had only one day in Nablus and I contacted Bait Al Karama about a private cooking class with a shopping trip in the souk, and they arranged a wonderful day for me. We started with a trip to a local bakery for breakfast -...More

Thank dee_ci_em
Reviewed October 25, 2015

This isn't a great tour for anyone who already knows a little about Palestinian culture and cooking- we had been in Nablus some time and wanted to have an in depth cooking lesson. We were told we could choose a meal to cook and would...More

Thank Ruby G
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