Hassasa to Bani N’aim

This is one of the wonderful stages that everyone should try walking. It extends from Al-Rashayda, which is located 18.7km (Horizontal Distance) south-east of Bethlehem, to Bani N’eim which is 7 kilometers to the east of Hebron. It is a rocky and uneven road, but worth walking.
One of the amazing sports in Al-Rashayda is the archeological site called Al ‘Erishah area, which overlooks the Dead Sea from above. It is such a beautiful breathtaking scene.

Arab Al Rashayda village dates back to 1983, and its residents originate from the same region. The village name ‘Arab Al-Rashayda came in relation to Al-Rashayda tribe that exists in all parts of the Arab world, related to Rashid family.

Walking Distance: Approximately 22 km
Walking Time: Approximately 5 – 8 hours
Difficulty: Moderate


  • Lightweight walking boots
  • Walking poles
  • At least 3 – 4 liters of water and snacks for the hike
  • Sunscreen and a hat
  • Your camera

Accommodations in Bani N’eim:

  1. Mohamad Zeidat Home-Stay
  2. Manar Manasrah Home-Stay
  3. Ferial Abdullah Home-Stay
  4. Alia Khdour Home-Stay
  5. Sonia Khdour Home-Stay

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