EVERY WEDNESDAY - JERICHO TO SEA LEVEL ( WADI QELT )

It is a long and beautiful hike that leads through the picturesque Wadi Qelt where walkers will have a chance to discover the ruins of King Herod’s winter palace and then see the clinging to the side of the rocky canyon Deir al-Quelt (St. George’s Monastery). The view transports visitors to the 4th century when the earliest desert-dwelling monks sought lives of faithful seclusion. The road becomes easier as it leaves the monastery and heads towards the Roman aqueduct – another spectacular landmark located along that section of the Masar.   Length: 18.7 km Starting time: Every Wednesday at 8 AM Walking duration: 5 - 7 hours Category: Moderate Approximate return: 5 PM Price: (Includes: experienced trekking guide, transportation form and back to the meeting point.)  

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EVERY THURSDAY - Tuqu’ to Arab Ar-Rashaida (Wadi Jhar)

This hike will take you from Tuqu’ through Wadi Jihar to Arab Ar-Rashaida village. Here in Bedouin lands you will see their camels and livestock in pastures. The path descends into the spectacular Wadi el-Jihar, a deep limestone canyon in the desert. The caves there have been used for homes for a long time. The terrain is rocky, with a few small climbs.We emerge from the valley reaching Arab Ar-Rashaida village.   Length: 15 km Starting time: Every Thursday at 8 AM Walking duration: 4 hours Category: Moderate Approximate return: 3 PM Price: (Includes: experienced trekking guide, transportation form and back to the meeting point.)

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EVERY FRIDAY - E-Bike Bethlehem

E-Bike Bethlehem is an enjoyable, fast and eco-friendly tour that lets visitors travel far beyond the historical quarters of Bethlehem and the Nativity Church and visit places that are often skipped on regular tours.   Choose the E-Bike Bethlehem tour and gain freedom of suitable speed, pace and time spent at each site of interest. Easily reach the multiple historical and cultural sites and discover Bethlehem in a different way! Visit: Bethlehem, Beit Jala, Beit Sahour, Al-Khader and Artas.   Length: ? km Starting time: Every Friday at 9 AM Category: Moderate Approximate return: 4 PM Price: (Includes: experienced guide, e-bike and helmet rental)

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EVERY SATURDAY - Nabi Musa - Mar Saba - Tell al-Qamar

The winding trail takes hikers down into the Kidron Valley full of various in size caves that in the Byzantine times were inhabited by monks. There can be also found a spectacular Mar Saba Monastery with few Byzantine wilderness monasteries matching its serenity and beauty. The cluster was named after Saint Saba (439-532 AD), who settled in a cave opposite the site to live in complete seclusion. The area is a perfect spot to take a break and enjoy the view and the atmosphere. The trail then takes walkers through hills and valleys leading to the Tal al-Qamar area, which in Arabic means the Hill of the Moon.   Length: 14 km Starting time: Every Saturday at 8 AM Walking duration: 4 - 5 hours Category: Moderate to Difficult Approximate return: 5 PM Price: (Includes: experienced trekking guide, transportation form and back to the meeting point.)

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EVERY SUNDAY - Arab Ar-Rashaida Sunrise

  Arab Ar-Rashaida village dates back to 1983 and its residents originate from the same region. The village name ‘Arab Al-Rashayda came in relation to Al-Rashayda tribe that exists in all parts of the Arab world, related to Rashid family. This hike is a unique opportunity to the walk in the Jerusalem Desert, You will be able to overnight in a Bedouin tent, an early morning walk, and watch the beautiful sunrise with the Dead Sea in the foreground and the mountains of Jordan in the background. You will be transferred back from the sunrise point by vehicles. Length: 10 km Starting time: Every Sunday at 4 AM Walking duration: 2 - 3 hours Category: Moderate Approximate return: Monday, 9 AM Price: (Includes: experienced trekking guide, transportation form and back to the meeting point, overnight, jeep ride, dinner and breakfast)

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Every Monday - Makhrour to Battir

This short relaxing half-day hike starts in Beit Jala, west of Bethlehem city. The trail takes the hikers down along the valley called Wadi al-Makhrour, where walkers will be stunned by the beauty of the flora and fauna. The final destination of the tour is the village of Battir - archaeological and historical paradise. In 2014, the place was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage site for its ancient terraced landscape, hosting irrigation channel networks, collection pools, stone terraces, olive groves and world famous archaeological sites. The hike should be on a bucket list of any visitor to Palestine.   Length: 5 km Starting time: Every Monday at 9 AM Walking duration: 2.5 hours Category: Easy Approximate return: 2 PM Price includes: experienced trekking guide, transportation form and back to the meeting point.   MEETING POINT: In front Bank of Jordan at Bab Zukak Junction in Bethlehem. It is the last bus stop for #231 bus starting from the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem. The buses are frequent (around each half an hour) and it takes around 45 minutes to arrive to Bethlehem.   What to bring?   Lightweight walking boots and modest comfortable clothing Possibly walking poles At least 2 liters of water, sandwiches and snacks Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat Passport or ID card, phone, camera

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Every Tuesday - Sebastia to Nablus

Starting from the hilltop ruins of Sabastiya – the ancient city of Samaria, later named Sebaste in honor of the Roman Emperor and sponsor of the city’s renovation – the trail wanders along dirt roads through lemon orchards before ascending to the shrine of Sheikh Shaleh, originally a fortress strategically located to monitor traffic through the region.   Leaving the shrine the path continues along a ridgeline through highland fields and farms in the direction of Mt. Ebal, the biblical “mountain of curses,” which is located on the north side of Nablus, opposite Mt. Gerizim, the “mountain of blessings.” Before reaching Mt. Ebal, the trail descends into the city of Nablus, nestled in a deep valley between Mt. Ebal and Mt. Gerizim.   Length: 12 km Starting time: Every Tuesday at 8 AM Walking duration: 3 hours Category: Easy Approximate return: 5 PM Price Includes: experienced trekking guide, transportation form and back to the meeting point.   MEETING POINT: In front Bank of Jordan at Bab Zukak Junction in Bethlehem. It is the last bus stop for #231 bus starting from the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem. The buses are frequent (around each half an hour) and it takes around 45 minutes to arrive to Bethlehem.   What to bring? Lightweight walking boots and modest comfortable clothing Possibly walking poles At least 2 liters of water, sandwiches and snacks Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat Passport or ID card, phone, camera

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