Trek Palestine 2021

We are sorry to announce that Trek Palestine 2021 has now been postponed to 2022. Please check back over the next few weeks for the announcement of provisional dates for 2022.

Trek Palestine is a challenge event for experienced trekkers and a once in a lifetime experience. The event will take place in the West Bank, Palestine. The trek covers the distance of 90km across 5 days of trekking. Are you up to the challenge? 

Event details

Dates: TBC 2022         Distance: 90km

Registration Fee: £350    Fundraising Target: £2,500

*Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we want to make clear that these dates are continually subject to change depending on travel restrictions due to the pandemic, but we will communicate any indication of changes to you as soon as possible. Options are available to reduce your fundraising target by paying some of the costs upfront or in installments. Please call the fundraising team on 020 7226 4114 to discuss further*

How you will be supported

MAP's fundraising team is ready to help and support your training, fundraising and travel on the trip. This is a challenging trek and we have tips and advice on how to prepare before the event, as well as support on making sure you can raise the £2,500 minimum sponsorship target. 

MAP partners with Siraj Centre, a local non-profit tour group based in Bethlehem who specialise in trek and bike rides in Palestine. Their local knowledge, experience and expertise will ensure that Trek Palestine will be a memorable experience for everyone. 

Why you should trek for MAP

The money raised from these events will go to help support our medical projects supporting Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees. 

Donations collected over the next few months will also help us immensely to cope with the extra pressure this virus is putting on the already fragile health systems in Palestine. Thank you so much for your continued support.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about the event, please contact us at: fundraising@map.org.uk. Or call us on 020 7226 4114.

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