Dear Wonderer,

Remote jobs are giving our generation the flexibility to work from anywhere in the world. Yet with great freedom comes an even greater need to connect, to belong and to find meaning.

When we began the search for a community that could accommodate all of these needs, back in 2016, we didn’t think that the answer would be right under our noses...


Scattered around Israel are 270 Kibbutzim – rural settlements, traditionally based on agriculture and characterized by a cooperative community lifestyle.


When the first Kibbutz was established on the shores of the Sea of Galilee in 1910 the idea was both practical – growing crops in a harsh climate required collective action – and utopian. 

And while many Kibbutzim have gone through economic and social transformations since then, the unique atmosphere, scenic surroundings, and communal facilities still exist today.


Our "aha moment" occurred one sunny afternoon, at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv. What if... what if a group of digital nomads could become temporary citizens of the Kibbutz? What if we could create a home for young professionals within an existing Kibbutz community? 

In the past few months we’ve been working hard to turn this dream into reality, and are excited to finally share it with the world. Join us on the adventure?


Omer Har-shai