Palestinian Heritage Trail

Palestinian Heritage Trail (PH Trail)

About Us : 

Palestinian Heritage Trail (PH Trail) is a trail that runs through the West Bank from the Mediterranean olive groves of the highlands of the north to the silence of the deserts in the south, from the area west of Jenin to the area south of the Sanctuary of Abraham (known in Arabic as Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi) in the city of (Hebron).

It is more than just a hiking trail, it’s a path that leads deep into the memory and heritage of Palestinian people, inviting you to discover the family life of the villages, the proud ways of Bedouin tribes, and the age-old traditions of hospitality that lie at the heart of Palestinian life.

Palestinian Heritage Trail (PH Trail) is a non-profit community-based tourism initiative that delineates, and develops Palestinian Heritage Trail in and around different Palestinian localities. The organization endorses cultural diversity and exchange, safeguards tradition and heritage, inspires storytelling and encourages friendships based on the advancement of human values and the preservation of the surrounding environment and the people’s needs for further growth and education. MIAK works closely and jointly with local communities to cultivate their resources, capacities and the opportunity for a better life

Palestinian Heritage Trail partners and brings together the efforts, work and achievements of three organizations working in unison with Bethlehem University:

• Palestine Wildlife Society
• Rozana Association
• Siraj Center for Holy Land Studies


Vibrant Palestinian communities in a sustainable environment for an enticing experience of Palestine’s cultural history along Palestinian Heritage Trail.


Developing and promoting community-based tourism through Palestinian Heritage Trail.

Contact Us :

Staih Street, Beit Sahour, Palestine

ChairMan: Raed Saadeh 
Director : George Rishmawi
 +972 (0) 2 2749264 
Fax: +972 (0) 2 276 9691

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