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Trekking in Upper and Lower Wadi Og, one of the most beautiful and adventurous canyons in Judean desert!

I invite to join me on the trip to the first capital of the Jews, the only city in the current Palestinian Authority, where the border between the territories C & A takes place, in fact, on the same street; a city divided between Israeli and Palestinian authorities, the city in which there are 200,000 Arabs and 600 Jews, who, despite everything, still live there, and the Jewish presence in Hebron feels stronger than in any other city in Israel.

We are off to one of the most beautiful deserts of the Middle East – Wadi Rum. Despite its geographic proximity to Israel, landscapes of Wadi Rum are incomparable to the Negev or the Judean desert or, to be fair, to any other desert in the world. Two days and 30 km of trekking and the unforgettable experiences are waiting for us.

The most incredible monastery of the Judean Desert, if not the entire Middle East. Over a thousand years the most incredible stories, discoveries and miracles happened here, behind the thick stone walls.

During this unusual tour, we’ll focus on Ethiopian churches in Jerusalem and tradition of the oriental church. You’ll learn about Ethiopian Christians, and also you will find how many doors should be in the Ethiopian church and why, what is the difference between Lalibela and Gondar crosses, what are the main features of Ethiopian iconography, and more.

You are invited to join our incredible journey from Nabi Musa to Dear Sea! We will visit Nabi Musa complex, Hurkania castle, look through Judean Desert magical landscapes and will descent to Dead Sea shore.

12 kilometers hike through Gush Etzion, the famous Israeli wine making region and the heart of the Biblical Israel. We invite you to join our trek, full of history and ancient atmosphere.

Trekking in Upper and Lower Wadi Og, one of the most beautiful and adventurous canyons in Judean desert!

Land of the hermits conceals many mysteries. Trekking in one of the most beautiful gorges in Israel, filled with hermit ‘cells, monasteries and monks, the Roman aqueduct and the palaces of King Herod.