It is an old village located near Kaf Palace about 27 kilometers from a residential locality. It consists clays houses built adjacently and linked. The village is dotted with palm trees and farms, furnished with old mosque built of stones. There is also a school built using stones in the old Islamic architectural style. Kaf Village is located in a swampy area called “Sabkha” with many Sulfur water springs that are mostly used for irrigation of palm plantations. The village is also frequented by visitors who seek Sulphur water therapy against skin diseases. This tourist site was chosen for its heritage, as well as therapeutic significance due to the presence of Sulphur water springs. It is well integrated with the neighboring tourist sites such as Kaf Palace and Al-Sa’yeedi Castle.