Kerem Ben Zimra (Hebrew: כֶּרֶם בֶּן זִמְרָה) is a moshav near Safed in the Upper Galilee in northern Israel. It belongs to the Merom HaGalil Regional Council.
The Arab village Al-Ras al-Ahmar on the site was depopulated in 1948. The moshav was founded in 1949 by immigrants to Israel from Turkey, to whom immigrants were added from Romania and Morocco. Rabbi Meir Yehuda Getz (1924–1995), a kabbalist and the first rabbi of the Western Wall in Jerusalem, was among the founders of the moshav. The moshav is named after Rabbi David Ben Zimra, who was buried with his father Yosef near the moshav.
Kerem Ben Zimra nature reserve
In 1968 a 68-dunam nature reserve was declared on the land south of the moshav. Flora includes Mt. Atlas mastic trees, Valonia oaks, Palestine Oaks, Buckthorns, and Styrax officinalis. 
Coordinates: 33°2′17.52″N 35°28′6.96″E / 33.0382000°N 35.4686000°E