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The JerusaLAND trek - Walk to Jerusalem

The JerusaLAND trek - Walk to Jerusalem

About the JerusaLAND Trek   An intimate introduction to the land, through a "pilgrim like" walk to Jerusalem. It is a unique 3 days / 2 nights trek (about 60 km), from Tel Azeka on the Judean Hills' slopes till Jerusalem - a moderate hike through fascinating Biblical landscapes.


Our professional and intimate guidance about the land, its nature and its history, is complemented by additional passionate experts who join us on the way to elaborate about Jewish wisdom with a Talmud lesson or to accompany us with their guitar on an evening around the campfire. Our staff is committed and skilled to make this trip exciting, instructing and fun. The event of reaching Jerusalem is special, no matter one's religion & our mission is to provide an unforgettable experience on this occasion.


Walk to Jerusalem...The Spirit of an Ancient Tradition

JerusaLAND Trek 


 JerusaLAND Trek           Walk to Jerusalem 3 days / 2 nights - Hike & Camp      
Requires minimum 6 people for deaprture.
   i   Tour Details
Departure    Wednesday
Tour Ends    Friday (in JLM) 
Duration       3 days / 2 nights

Tour is guided in English

Pick up timetable*
From TLV    05:00 am

From JLM    05:30 am
* optional independent arrival to Moshav Neve Shalom by 06:00 am



   $  Tour Price 
Price marked in USD per person
Per person


TLV pick up (min. 2 pax)


JLM pick up (min. 2 pax)


* Tour does not operate on Jewsih Holidays

Tour price includes    
♦ 3 days licensed nature guide 
♦ 2 nights camping 
♦ Full camping gear 
♦ FB lunch day 1 to lunch day 3 
♦ Service vehicle (gear transfer) 

Not included  Travelers' medical or baggage insurance, tips, extras & personal expenses. Anything not mentioned in price includes section.

Bring along   Comfortable hiking boots, hat, personal water bottle, towel, sunscreen lotion, flashlight, personal medication.

* Nov. to Mar. warm clothes

Tour Itinerary 

Wednesday / DAY 1

Pick-up from your hotel (optional TLV or JLM). Our walk begins at Tel Azeka, known as the location of the Biblical duel between David and Goliath. From Tel Azeka proceed to Kiaffa ruins, a unique archeological site from King David's era where an ancient Hebrew writings was revealed. Our trek goes through a Kibbutz, along the Caesar Road, a Roman paved way, visit an old wine and olive press, discover the remains of a Byzantine Church with its beautiful mosaic, come across tiny fresh water spring spots and enjoy some great outdoor meals. By late afternoon we'll reach the campsite at Ness Harim where we stop for the night.


Thursday / DAY 2
From Ness Harim to the Water Springs Way, nearby Jerusalem. During the day we shall walk through Ein Kobi, Refaim valley, up to Ein Se'adim and along the Water Springs Way. For some of you, the highlight of the day might be the revelation of Jewish wisdom in a Talmud lesson while others may be touched when we sit together around the fire accompanied by a guitar. Overnight camp at Ein Se'adim.


Friday / DAY 3
On our third & last day of the journey we shall enter Jerusalem as did pilgrims of various of origins and religions in ancient times. Our trail will lead us through the village of Ein Karem, where we will relate to the birth of Christianity. On Mount Herzel we will discuss Israel's national symbols of Holocaust and Rebirth. We will proceed with our walk along the Knesset (Israel's Parliament), the Israel Museum & Shrine of the Book, The Hebrew University, then via some residential neighborhoods until the very moment when the Old City is revealed. Our journey to Jerusalem ends by the walls of the Old City, with a superb view of its mosques, churches and synagogues. It's late afternoon... time to part and head your own way with memories of an unforgettable experience.

♦ Due to limited space in the jeeps, one overnight bag per person  ♦ Walk requires minimal hiking skills, yet it is not recommended for pregnant women or people with back or neck issues. 



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