The Abraham Path Initiative (API) promotes walking in the Middle East as a tool for deepening understanding, experiencing cultures, and fostering friendships across challenging divides.
The Abraham Path Initiative invests in projects that shed light on the kindness and hospitality of the people in the Middle East by supporting trail development, storytelling, job creation, and experiential tourism.
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.
Abraham Path Fellows bring to light stories seldom seen in mainstream media and explore new trails.
The Abraham Path Initiative is an international nonprofit that invests with local partners to achieve shared goals for a fruitful future.
Join us for an Abraham Path Experience, through which internationals and locals will walk together and exchange best practices, seeking regional solutions to global challenges that range from climate change and environmental conservation to community development and entrepreneurship. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
The Abraham Path is a cultural route connecting the storied places associated with Abraham/Ibrahim’s ancient journey.
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.