Our Mission is to inspire people worldwide through stories, walking, and hospitality along the ancient path of Abraham
Our vision is to help build a world that has moved beyond fear and hostility to hope and hospitality.
Abraham Path Fellows are storytellers who share valuable insights into cultures and individuals across the Middle East
Stephanie Saldaña writes about refugees at Mosaic Stories, a blog that aims to collect and protect intangible cultural heritage in the Middle East through research, storytelling, and education. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, and she is writing a book about her experiences.
The Abraham Path supports projects that shed light on the kindness and hospitality of the people in the Middle East
Sinai Trail – Egypt’s 1st long distance hiking trail, a 42 day hike from sea-to-summit that traverses the epic deserts of the Sinai, showcasing the best of Egypt’s iconic wilderness. Built by Bedouin leaders from eight different tribes, the Sinai Trail is a unique experience that brings culture to life.
Masar Ibrahim al Khalil – Masar Ibrahim al-Khalil is a long distance cultural hiking route in Palestine that passes through more than 50 cities and villages where travelers can experience the legendary Palestinian hospitality.
Join us for an Abraham Path Experience, where natural beauty and personal connections are both on the itinerary. Be inspired by the new understanding you gain from this unique mode of travel. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Community Based Tourism in Palestine
Discover Palestinian culture and interact with the locals in villages and communities along the Masar Ibrahim al Khalil.
Explore the Sinai Desert along Bedouin Routes
Explore the natural wonders of the Sinai and learn from the vibrant Bedouin culture that brings ancient wisdom and skills to bear in the 21st century.
Independent travel – the Abraham Path is a cultural route that focuses on personal encounters, dialogue, and building understanding. There are many ways to experience this, but the recent growth in regional hiking trails is our favorite. We recommend contacting these trail organizations for more information on walking
A long distance cultural hiking route in Palestine. 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.
The Jordan Trail embodies the essence of the Jordanian outdoors. It flows alongside the Great Rift Valley, overlooking rugged wadis and cliffs, and breathtaking scenery and archaeological monuments portray the layers of Jordan’s rich history, heritage, and religious relevance.
Egypt’s 1st long distance hiking trail. Beginning and ending by the Gulf of Aqaba, the Sinai Trail is a 550km, 42 day sea-to-summit route that traverses the epic deserts of the Sinai, showcasing the best of Egypt’s iconic wilderness.
Help the Abraham Path Initiative showcase the hospitality of the Middle East, and share stories of peoples and cultures of the region.
Help support storytellers bring valuable perspectives on the region to a wider audience.
Support local hiking trails
The best way to gain understanding of a place is to walk in it. Walking affords time to interact with your surroundings and time to contemplate the things you learn. There is a growing trend of local hiking trails in the region, help us support their development.