‘Arab ar-Rashayida to Bani Na’im

After leaving the desert, you will head towards Beni Na’im, a tranquil village famous for the grape groves surrounding the area.

There, your hosts will treat you with freshly made grapes molasses called dibis for breakfast or serve a platter of savory Palestinian grape leaves stuffed with a mixture of meat and spiced rice for lunch.

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 ‘Arab ar-Rashayida to Bani Na’im
Distance: 22.3km
Time: 7-9 hours
Challenge: Difficult
Stage Logistics:

For the hike take:

at least 3 liters of water

‘Arab ar-Rashayida can be reached with a private taxi or car.
Bani Na’im can be reached from Hebron with a shared taxi for 5 NIS.

Remember about sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)

Stop by Bani Na’im Women’s Association to stamp your Hiker Passport and possibly purchase locally made products, e.g. raisins or dibs (grape juice molasses).

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