2- 25 November 2020, Full Program, Thru Hike Masar Ibrahim

Masar Ibrahim al-Khalil is a long distance cultural walking route in Palestine. The trail spans 330 kilometers, extending from the village of Rummana, northwest of Jenin, to Beit Mirsim, southwest of Hebron (al Khalil). The trail passes through 53 cities and villages where travelers can experience authentic Palestinian hospitality.   The Masar Ibrahim is more than just a hiking trail: it is a means of meeting and making connections with Palestinians and hikers from all over the world. You can explore Bedouin villages and experience the fundamental Palestinian tradition of hospitality. The Masar Ibrahim invites hikers not only to experience nature, but also to shape their perspectives of the area through the common values of tolerance, trust and peace. Join us on an unforgettable journey: discover Palestine's hidden treasures, explore the richness of its history and immerse yourself in the hospitality, heritage and culture of its people.

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2 November - 9 November 2020, Rummana to Kafr Malek, Autumn Thru-Hike 2020

On this first day we will be meeting with your guide in Jenin, a small debriefing about the program. Pass through the agriculture-based villages of the Jenin Governorate and enjoy the lively olive harvest season. The olive groves are perfect spots to rest with a cup of herbal tea brewed on a fire. Aside from a beautiful natural landscape that includes the gnarled, enchanting trunks of ancient olive trees, there are plenty of landmarks to encounter, such as Burqin Church. The trail passes through agricultural fields filled with cabbage and tobacco, as well as through beautifully preserved old villages like Arraba and Sanur, where you will be greeted with traditional Palestinian hospitality. On the fifth day of the journey, you will reach Nablus, a city sure to enthrall you with its history, culture and hospitality. Nablus is located between two mountains - Gerizim and Ebal - and reflects the mysteries that come with a thousand-year existence. After exploring the bustling markets of Nablus’ Old City you will again be greeted with the tranquility of the surrounding villages. Follow the Masar Ibrahim and enjoy the marvelous views over the Jordan Valley.

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10 November – 18 November 2020, Kafr Malek to Tuqua, Autumn Thru-Hike 2020

Start your journey on Masar Ibrahim in the midst of nature. Palestine’s central position at the crossroads between Africa, Asia and Europe makes it a pathway for the biannual migration of over half a billion birds - a true birdwatcher's paradise. On this hike, a demanding yet exciting path will take hikers through Al-’Auja Valley, home to an impressive array of plant and animal life - look carefully to spot a Mediterranean turtle. In Al-’Auja we will meet the Bedouin communities and learn about their habits and traditions. Later, visit Jericho - the lowest and one of the most ancient cities in the world - and taste the delicious Medjoul dates grown in the area. Walk through serene desert landscapes stretching from the Sea Level Community towards Bethlehem. Along the way we will have the unique chance to spend a night in a cave located in middle of a desert, a place where the stars seem to shine their brightest. Towards the end of the journey we will encounter a breathtaking view of the Mar Saba monastery, clinging to the edge of the Kidron Valley. Behind the valley is Bethlehem, where you will be greeted by local families with open arms and a warm meal.

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19 - 25 November 2020, Tuqua to Beit Mirsim, Autumn Thru-Hike 2020

Begin your journey from Tuqua and hike through the rough desert landscape to a beautiful overlook of the Dead Sea. After leaving the desert, head towards Bani Na’im, a tranquil village famous for its surrounding grape orchards. There, your hosts will treat you to freshly made grape molasses (dibis) for breakfast, or serve a platter of savory Palestinian grape leaves stuffed with a mixture of meat and spiced rice for lunch. The trail will lead hikers towards the Old City of Hebron, home of Al-Ibrahimi Mosque, a place of conflict and spirituality and a symbol of struggle and hospitality. Follow the labyrinth of alleys, streets and courtyards through Hebron’s old quarters and mingle with the shopkeepers as you move towards the mosque. South of Hebron is the newest part of the Masar Ibrahim, particularly exciting to those interested in architecture and archaeological heritage. The new stages include impressive ruins of ancient monasteries, shrines, presses and cisterns. 

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Jerusalem Wilderness,13 Oct. - 15 Oct. 2020

Walk through the Jerusalem Wilderness, experiencing serene landscapes and being welcomed by Bedouins living in the desert of Reshayda.  Walk through the desert reaching Hebron, the largest city in the West Bank.  In Hebron, visit the Ibrahim Mosque, which is the final resting place of Abraham.  

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Jerusalem Wilderness, 23 Mar.-25 Mar. 2021

Walk through the Jerusalem Wilderness, experiencing serene landscapes and being welcomed by Bedouins living in the desert of Reshayda.  Walk through the desert reaching Hebron, the largest city in the West Bank.  In Hebron, visit the Ibrahim Mosque, which is the final resting place of Abraham.  

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22 OCT.- 02 Nov. 2020, Nativity Trail.

The Nativity Trail is an eleven day walking journey of approximately 160 km from Nazareth, the City of the Annunciation to Bethlehem, the City of the Nativity, where the original journey ended, and the Christian faith had its beginning.  The carefully researched route is the first leg of the new Palestine Trail. More information: http://www.sirajcenter.org/index.php/component/k2/item/142-nativity-trail-2014  

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7-12 November 2020 SAMARITAN WALK

The Samaritan Walk offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, ancient historical sites and hospitable people and culture of Palestine. Take the first step to walk the trail, and you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    The Samaritan Walk begins in the northern city of Nablus and ends in Bethlehem.        

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08- 11 November 2020, Masar Ibrahim, Autumn- Northern part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and culture of Palestine, breathtaking landscape and ancient historical sites. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a rare chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes, to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs, and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take that first step to walk the Masar, and it is guaranteed that you will be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.  The northern trail starts in Nablus and ends in Taybeh, and is based on four days of walking with mini bus transfers to and from the trail.  More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/

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18-21 November 2020, Masar Ibrahim, Autumn - Southern Part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers the rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and compelling historical sites of Palestine. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes; to share traditional homemade meals and listen to stories of traditions and customs; and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take the first step to walk the Masar, and you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/  

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1-4 March 2021, Masar Ibrahim - Spring Northern part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and culture of Palestine, breathtaking landscape and ancient historical sites. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a rare chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes, to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs, and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take that first step to walk the Masar, and it is guaranteed that you will be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.  The northern trail starts in Nablus and ends in Taybeh, and is based on four days of walking with mini bus transfers to and from the trail.  More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/

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13- 18 March 2021, Samaritan Walk

The Samaritan Walk offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, ancient historical sites and hospitable people and culture of Palestine. Take the first step to walk the trai, and you will be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    The Samaritan Walk begins in the northern West Bank city of Nablus and ends in Bethlehem.        

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18 March- 29 March 2021, Nativity Trail

The Nativity Trail is an eleven day walking journey of approximately 160 km from Nazareth, the City of the Annunciation to Bethlehem, the City of the Nativity, where the original journey ended, and the Christian faith had its beginning.  The carefully researched route is the first leg of the new Palestine Trail.  

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22-25 March 2021, Masar Ibrahim, Spring- Southern Part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and culture of Palestine, breathtaking landscape and ancient historical sites. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a rare chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes, to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs, and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take that first step to walk the Masar, and it is guaranteed that you will be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.  More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/  

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19-22 March 2018, Masar Ibrahim, Spring- Southern Part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers the rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and compelling historical sites of Palestine. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes; to share traditional homemade meals and listen to stories of traditions and customs; and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take the first step to walk the Masar, and you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/  

24- 27 April 2017, Masar Ibrahim, Spring- Southern Part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers the rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and compelling historical sites of Palestine. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes; to share traditional homemade meals and listen to stories of traditions and customs; and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take the first step to walk the Masar, and you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/  

11- 14 Sep 2017, Masar Ibrahim - Autumn, Northern part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and culture of Palestine, breathtaking landscape and ancient historical sites. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a rare chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes, to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs, and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take that first step to walk the Masar, and it is guaranteed that you will be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.  The northern trail starts in Nablus and ends in Taybeh, and is based on four days of walking with mini bus transfers to and from the trail.  More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/

18- 21 September 2017, Masar Ibrahim - Autumn, Northern part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil (www.masaribrahim.ps) offers travellers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, people and culture of Palestine, breathtaking landscape, ancient historical sites, friendly, hospitable, and spirited people. Traversing across the country is not very well known to the outside world. The Masar (‘Path’) provides a rare chance for travellers to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes, to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs, and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take that first step to walk the Masar Ibrahim al Khalil, and it is guaranteed that you will be rewarded with this life-enhancing experience.  The northern trail starts in Nablus and ends in Taybeh, and is based on four days of walking. This journey covers the basic four-day hike, with mini bus transfers to and from the trail. 

22- 25 May 2017, Masar Ibrahim - Spring Northern Part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers the rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and compelling historical sites of Palestine. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes; to share traditional homemade meals and listen to stories of traditions and customs; and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take the first step to walk the Masar, and you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    The northern trail starts in Nablus and ends in Taybeh, and is based on four days of walking with mini bus transfers to and from the trail.    More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/

18- 21 Sep 2017, Masar Ibrahim, Autumn - Southern Part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and culture of Palestine, breathtaking landscape and ancient historical sites. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a rare chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes, to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs, and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take that first step to walk the Masar, and it is guaranteed that you will be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.  More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/  

15 -26 March 2018, Nativity Trail

The Nativity Trail is an eleven day walking journey of approximately 160 km from Nazareth, the City of the Annunciation, to Bethlehem, the City of the Nativity, where the Christian faith had its beginning.  The carefully researched route is the first leg of the new Palestine Trail.  

25 May- 1 June 2020, Bike Palestine

From Jenin to Jerusalem A day-by-day breakdown Day 1: Arrival On the first day of the cycle tour, we will meet you at 12:00 noon at the Jerusalem Hotel located in Nablus Street, close to Jerusalem's Damascus Gate, opposite the Garden Tomb. From there a service bus will take you to the El Beit Guesthouse in Beit Sahour for a brief orientation. After that, our driver will transfer you to Jenin where you will get acquainted with our local guide, discuss any special needs, expectations and any other relevant information before the tour begins. Dinner and overnight in Hadad Resort. Day 2: Jenin to Nablus Cycle from Jenin towards Sabastya, the ancient Canaanite, Hellenistic and Roman city. Starting at Haddad Resort, cycle towards the village of Zebabdeh, towards the village of Missilieh. Continuing to the village of Sanour and its beautiful plains. Onwards towards the villages of Yassid and Beit Imrin by hilly roads. Arrive at the hilltop village of Sabastyah. Sabastya is believed to be the place where John the Baptist was beheaded. Lunch in Sabastya, then tour the ancient city and meet the local community. After lunch, cycle to Nablus, tour the old city and enjoy a Turkish bath - optional – at participant’s own expense. Dinner and overnight in the Al- Yasmin Hotel, in the old city of Nablus. Day 3: Nablus to Taybeh Start cycling in the old city of Nablus towards the south passing the villages of Huwarah and Beita. Continue towards the village of Aqraba – beautiful views of the Jordan Valley. Continue towards Majdal Bani Fadil, and rest in the village of Duma. Afterwards, cycle towards Mughayyar and Khirbet Abu Fallah villages. Next, push the bikes up the highest hill in the Ramallah area. With the support vehicle in attendance, we head towards the village of Kufur Malik, and then Dier Jarir. Arrive in Taybeh in the late afternoon. Tour the old village center and visit the ruins of the 4th century Byzantine church of St. George. Visit the Peace Lantern Factory, the Taybeh beer factory, and enjoy dinner with local families. Overnight in the Church Guest House in Taybeh. Day 4: Taybeh to Jericho and the Dead Sea Cycle to Jericho. The easiest day in the entire tour, mostly down hill. Visit Hisham's Palace and the Mount of Temptation. Cycle through the Jerusalem Wilderness to the Dead Sea. Dinner and overnight in the Jericho Resort Village. Day 5: Jericho to Mar Saba Cycle part of the way to Bethlehem. Visit Nabi Musa, and then walk the dirt road to the Greek Orthodox Mar Saba Monastery. Enjoy the wilderness and experience the dramatic landscape. After visiting Mar Saba Monastery, cycle to Bethlehem. Dinner in Bethlehem, and overnight in the El Biet Guesthouse in Beit Sahour.   Day 6: Bethlehem to Hebron Cycle around Bethlehem. Visit the Church of the Nativity and the Shepherd's Field. In the afternoon, cycle to Hebron and visit the old city. Transfer by mini-bus back to Bethlehem. Farewell dinner party in a local restaurant in the Bethlehem area. Overnight in El Beit Guesthouse, Beit Sahour. Day 7: Bethlehem to Jerusalem An easy ride from delightful Bethlehem to the divided city of Jerusalem. Visit Jerusalem’s Old City. Enjoy an alternative political and cultural tour in the late afternoon. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.  Day 8: Departure For more information: https://sirajcenter.org/index.php/en/programs/bike-palestine  Book Now for 100$ Discount  8 days for 1500$, Use and electric bike extra 100$ A private single room extra 200$ 

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25 Oct- 5 Nov. 2018, Nativity Trail

The Nativity Trail is an eleven day walking journey of approximately 160 km from Nazareth, the City of the Annunciation to Bethlehem, the City of the Nativity, where the original journey ended, and the Christian faith had its beginning.  The carefully researched route is the first leg of the new Palestine Trail. More information: http://www.sirajcenter.org/index.php/component/k2/item/142-nativity-trail-2014  

23 March - 3 April 2017, Nativity Trail

The Nativity Trail is an eleven day walking journey of approximately 160 km from Nazareth, the City of the Annunciation, to Bethlehem, the City of the Nativity, where the Christian faith had its beginning. The carefully researched route is the first leg of the new Palestine Trail.  

26 Oct- 06 Nov. 2017, Nativity Trail

The Nativity Trail is an eleven day walking journey of approximately 160 km from Nazareth, the City of the Annunciation, to Bethlehem, the City of the Nativity, where the Christian faith had its beginning.    The carefully researched route is the first leg of the new Palestine Trail.  

16 – 19 SEPTEMBRE 2019, MASAR IBRAHIM, AUTOMNE – PARTIE SUD

Le sentier Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offre aux voyageurs une occasion unique d'aller au-delà des gros titres et des stéréotypes, de s'éloigner des circuits ordinaires en Terre sainte et d'explorer eux-mêmes les paysages remarquables, les habitants et la culture de la Palestine, les paysages à couper le souffle et les paysages historiques des sites. Le Masar ("Le sentier") offre aux visiteurs une chance rare d’être accueillis dans des maisons palestiniennes ordinaires, de partager un repas traditionnel fait maison, d’écouter des histoires de traditions et de coutumes, et d’en apprendre davantage sur la vie quotidienne, les préoccupations et les espoirs de chacun. La Palestine est une terre extraordinaire. Faites ce premier pas en marchant dans le Masar, et vous aurez la garantie de vivre une expérience enrichissante. Plus d'informations: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/ Jour un: D’ARTAS À TEQUA ’ Allez des piscines de Salomon jusqu’au village d’Artas. Nous allons au sud d’Artas au village de Tequa ’. Nuit en tant qu'invité avec des familles dans le village. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 5 HEURES TERRAIN: SENTIERS ET ROUTES SALES NUIT: SEJOUR CHEZ L’HABITANT A TEQUA ’ Jour deux: DU WADI JIHAR AUX DESERTS DE RASHAYDEH Nous quittons le village à pied pour descendre dans le spectaculaire Wadi Jihar. Nous sortons de la vallée à un endroit appelé Rashaydeh, où nous passons la nuit avec une famille bédouine. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 6 HEURES TERRAIN: PISTES DANS LE DESERT ROCHEUX NUIT: LOGEMENT CHEZ UNE FAMILLE BEDOUINE À RASHAYDEH Jour trois: LEVER DU SOLEIL À RASHAYDEH ET RANDONNÉE À BENI NAIM Montez à pied à Beni Naim pour atteindre le pays agricole autour de Beni Naim dans la soirée, où nous serons accueillis en tant qu'invités chez une famille locale. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 7 HEURES TERRAIN: PISTES DANS LE DESERT ROCHEUX, QUELQUES ASPHALTS, RANDONNEE MAJORITAIREMENT EN ESCALADE AU COURS DE LA NUIT: HEBERGEMENT CHEZ UNE FAMILLE À MASAFER BENI NAIM Jour quatre: BENI NAIM ET HEBRON / ALKHALIL Nous marchons vers Beni Naim, un ancien "haut lieu" ou sanctuaire dans les collines du sud de la Palestine. De là, nous parcourons les derniers kilomètres jusqu’à Hébron / Al Khalil, Transfert en véhicule à Bethléem. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 5 HEURES TERRAIN: SUR DES VERGERS ET DES CHAMPS, CERTAINS ASPHALTS DANS HEBRON  

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02 – 05 SEPTEMBRE 2020, MASAR IBRAHIM, AUTOMNE – PARTIE NORD

Le sentier Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offre aux voyageurs une occasion unique d'aller au-delà des gros titres et des stéréotypes, de s'éloigner des circuits ordinaires en Terre sainte et d'explorer eux-mêmes les paysages remarquables, les habitants et la culture de la Palestine, les paysages à couper le souffle et les paysages historiques des sites. Le Masar ("Le sentier") offre aux visiteurs une chance rare d’être accueillis dans des maisons palestiniennes ordinaires, de partager un repas traditionnel fait maison, d’écouter des histoires de traditions et de coutumes, et d’en apprendre davantage sur la vie quotidienne, les préoccupations et les espoirs de chacun. La Palestine est une terre extraordinaire. Faites ce premier pas en marchant dans le Masar, et vous aurez la garantie de vivre une expérience enrichissante. Le sentier du nord commence à Naplouse et se termine à Taybeh. Il est composé de quatre jours de marche avec des transferts en minibus aller-retour vers le sentier. Plus d'informations: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/ JOUR UN: Rendez-vous à l'hôtel de Jérusalem, 4 rue Anatara Ben Shaddad, à Jérusalem-Est, près de la porte de Damas pour un transfert matinal à Naplus. Promenade à Tel Balata, site de la ville de Sichem datant de l’Age de Bronze, Dans l'après-midi, transfert à Huwara, dans la banlieue de Naplouse, puis continuation vers Awarta. Le village est à 8 km au sud-est de Naplouse. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 3 heures DISTANCE: 10,2 km DIFFICULTE: Facile NUIT: familles d'accueil locales JOUR DEUX: Quittez Awarta le matin pour une journée complète de marche à la Douma, visitant Jabal Awurma et les villages d’Aqraba. Traversez Majdal et Bani Fadil en chemin. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 5 - 7 heures DISTANCE: 18,6 km DIFFICULTE : Modéré - Difficile NUIT: familles d'accueil locales JOUR TROIS:  Marchez de Douma à Kufr Malek en passant par le village de Mughayyar jusqu'à Ain Samia. Enfin, une dernière montée raide à Kufr Malek. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 5 - 7 heures DISTANCE: 14,9 km DIFFICULTE : Modéré - Difficile NUIT: familles d'accueil locales JOUR QUATRE: Randonnée de Kufr Malek à Taybeh. Fin d'après-midi, transfert à Jérusalem ou à Bethléem. TEMPS TOTAL DE MARCHE: 5 - 7 heures DISTANCE: 14,4 km DIFFICULTE : Modéré - Difficile Plus d'information: http://www.walkpalestine.com/files/Walking_in_Palestine_North.pdf  

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30 September- 7 October 2020, Bike Palestine

In the last decade, Palestine has taken off as a destination for cycling enthusiasts of all ages both as a place to enjoy the sport, and as a means to explore the cultural and religious diversity and unique beauties of the Holy Land. A support vehicle and local guide accompany the cyclists at all times. Palestinians are friendly people, and cyclists can be assured of a warm welcome, particularly in the more remote villages, countryside and Bedouin areas, where the fast pace of modern life has yet to spoil their authentic traditional hospitality. For more information: https://sirajcenter.org/index.php/en/programs/bike-palestine   

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5-8 March 2018, Masar Ibrahim - Spring Northern part

The Masar Ibrahim al Khalil offers travelers a rare opportunity to go beyond the headlines and the stereotypes, to get away from the ordinary Holy Land tours, and to explore for themselves the remarkable landscape, hospitable people and ancient historical sites of Palestine. The Masar (‘The Path’) provides a rare chance for visitors to be welcomed into ordinary Palestinian homes; to share a homemade traditional meal and listen to stories of traditions and customs; and to learn about the daily lives, concerns, and hopes of the people. Palestine is an extraordinary land. Take the first step to walk the Masar, and you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a life-enhancing experience.    The northern trail starts in Nablus and ends in Taybeh, and is based on four days of walking with mini bus transfers to and from the trail.    More information: http://masaribrahim.ps/en/