Visit Ramallah’s proudest refugee camp and the home of Palestinian football league’s national champion. Since its start in 1949, Al Am’ari Refugee Camp remains a hotspot and its residence are living documentation of a lot of twists in modern Palestinian history. Walk through the camp, and let the buildings and people tell you the story of the Palestinian exodus (Al-Nakba), and how the community has struggled over 70 years to live under extreme conditions while maintaining, for generations, the hope to go back home.
Major topics and stops covered in the tour:
The UNRWA services in health and education
Camp architecture, infrastructure and living conditions
Graffiti and other forms of popular art in the camp – meeting with local artist
Football as a form of resilience – visit to the camp’s local sports team
Family visit and discussion over coffee/tea
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Ramallah city center|
|DEPARTURE TIME||11:00 [Please arrive at least 15 min in advance]|
If you book this tour for less than the required minimum number of participants, your booking will be pending for other interested participants on the same date. Alternatively, you may upgrade your order to the minimum number of participants to ensure the availability and confirm the tour.
|Meal Options||Meal included, Meal not included|
|Tour Type||City Tours, Educational Tours, Reality Tours|