Vered HaGalil Guest Farm is situated on a hill overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Since the 1960s, the farm has offered guests rest and relaxation on its 20 landscaped dunams (30 acres) in cabins, cottages and suites built of wood and the local basalt stone.
In the heart of the grounds is Tibi's Restaurant, a country restaurant under the management of Chef Chaim Tibi.
In addition to horseback riding, guests enjoy "close-to-nature" spa treatments and beautiful peaceful scenery.
The founder, Yehuda Avni, came from Chicago at the age of 23 and met Yona. They came up north in 1961. His love of horses, good food, nature, and people led him to choose this hilltop overlooking Lake Kinneret and set the tone for the farm's ambience. The area was covered with thorn bushes and boulders, and the process of turning it into a place that could be cultivated and built upon was a long and difficult one. As the years passed, the farm took on its present form, one in which future generations can enjoy the farm facilities, the rooms, the horses, the food, the beautiful surroundings, and a warm, friendly atmosphere, just as Yehuda and Yona envisioned. Yehuda passed away in 2012 but his vision and dreams are carried on by the next generation of the family.