Detailed Itinerary for the Peace Cycle in Palestine
Stand Up for Justice - Cycle for Peace!
Join the Peace Cycle to Jerusalem
We believe there is no substitute for personal experience, and
that is why we have been organising bike trips to Palestine
since 2004. We work with our partner organisation in Palestine
to ensure a safe and unforgettable visit to this unique part of
Taking part in the Peace Cycle will give you an exceptional
opportunity to see the sights, learn the history, meet the
people, and discover the truth about Palestine.
On arrival we will take you by coach to Nazareth in Galilee for
the first two nights. From there we will visit some of the
unrecognized Arab villages around Haifa and Nazareth and have an
opportunity to learn from these villagers about conditions for
Israel’s Arab population. We will also meet and hear from groups
working for human rights within Israel.
From the Galilee, we will cycle north to south through the
Occupied West Bank, meeting groups and individuals working for
justice and peace. We will enjoy the incredibly warm welcome of
the Palestinian people and learn more about their food, music
and culture as we travel by bike through villages and towns,
hearing people’s stories and witnessing the reality and effects
of the occupation on everyday life.
Joining with a Palestinian cycling group whose creation was
inspired by the Peace Cycle, we will cycle along the path of the
Separation Barrier – in some places a fence topped by razor
wire, in other places a concrete wall 8 meters high - and we
will see how the barrier stretches deep inside Palestinian
territory, illegally annexing land and stifling the lives of the
And finally, we will arrive in Jerusalem and meet with the
Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions to learn more about
house demolitions and how the separation wall divides families
and destroys communities.
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Past Peace Cycle events have raised a huge amount of awareness
and support for a just peace in Israel and Palestine. We have
also raised thousands of pounds to help humanitarian projects in
Palestine, and hope to raise further donations this year.