Bani Na’im to Hebron

Follow the footsteps of Ibrahim. Travel the rocky roads and uneven ground and pass through the agricultural regions. 

This section of the Masar takes you from the mountainous region where Ibrahim intereceded on behalf of Lot’s people in Sodom and Gomorrah and brings you to the Cave of the Patriarchs and the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron. You will be travelling on rocky roads and uneven ground but will come to an agricultural region with groves of olive trees. A tour of the old city of Hebron and the Ibrahimi Mosque will introduce you to the rich complexities of the historical and cultural heritage and the current political situation. Enjoy the opportunity to eat a traditional meal with a local family.

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Bani Na’im to Hebron
Distance: 24.3km
Time: 7-9 hours
Challenge: Difficult
Stage Logistics:

For the hike take:

at least 3 liters of water
snack
Food and water can be purchased in Rummana.

‘Arab ar-Rashayida can be reached with a private taxi or car.
Bani Na’im can be reached from Hebron with a shared taxi for 5 NIS.

Remember about sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)

Stop by Bani Na’im Women’s Association to stamp your Hiker Passport and possibly purchase locally made products, e.g. raisins or dibs (grape juice molasses).

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