The Abraham Path is a cultural route celebrating a journey made 4,000 years ago by Abraham, a man also known as “the Friend”, remembered for his hospitality and kindness to strangers.
At present, the route is safely accessible in some areas and in others it is accessible through a virtual path.
The Abraham Path Cultural Route
- highlights the cultural footsteps of Abraham in all their forms
- serves as a global platform for experiential education in the Middle East
- is safely accessible for walking and community-based tourism in a number of regions along the route
- exists as a virtual path, an interactive tool on which the above initiatives can be experienced by all
At its core, the path is a symbol of hope. It is a place of hospitality, meeting and human encounters.