Kafr Ni’ma

Kafr Ni’ma is a small, agricultural town located 13km northwest of Ramallah. The various homes are interspersed with old stone houses and crumbling ruins which evoke images of what Palestine would have looked like several hundred years ago. Goats and donkeys are kept in these buildings now.

Adjacent from the village school is a football pitch, which is noteworthy for the incredible views of the surrounding countryside which the players have to try to ignore.

Population: 3,750 (2007)

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What To Do

Ramallah city is the unrivalled cultural hub of Palestine, attracting many foreign nationals with its liberal party scene. There is much to see for tourists, within the city itself and in the governorate.

Where To Eat

There is a great range of restaurants in Ramallah, from traditional Palestinian eateries to the finest cuisine from across the world.

Where To Stay

There is a wide variety of accommodation options in Ramallah, as well as Bethlehem and Jerusalem.