Due to the diverse natural landscape, Jericho city and its surrounding areas are a popular hiking and trekking destination.
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Trails include hiking through canyons, climbing obstacles, following aqueducts, and walking miles in the desert. Attractions along these trails include shrines, monasteries, water sources, and local communities. The area is also home to a rich variety of natural elements and is a marvelous destination for exploring the endogenous flora and fauna.
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Explore the hiking trails in and around Jericho and the Jordan Valley:

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Night Hikes in Wadi Auja

Experience the night wildlife of the Auja Valley, enjoy a bonfire and a warm tea, visit local inhabitants of the valley for a late
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Hiking Wadi Maleh

Starting below Al Burj – a medieval stone tower – passing across farmed fields, descending into the valley, where it becomes a narrow shepherd’s
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Hiking Wadi Jahir

Hike from Ein Jahir to Ein Fusail - one of the best walks in Palestine for observing birds and wildlife.
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Hiking Wadi Auja

Hike from Ein Samia, into the Jordan Valley, and ending at the Auja spring.
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Hiking Wadi Qelt – 6 | 8 | 16 Km

Hike Wadi Qelt, one of Palestine's most famous walking trails. Explore the spectacular natural landscape, and how it provided refuge & solitude to