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Abraham's Path

Yuvacali, Turkey, Harran 63900, Turkey
+90 533 747 18 50
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An Unforgettable Experience

The Path was a most wonderful opportunity to experience culture, history and geographic beauty. The... read more

Reviewed 11 February 2014
VictoriaLeeGray
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Los Angeles, California
A unique encounter with true hospitality

If you are looking for a truly unique experience, the Ambraham path will provide everything you... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2013
Yvette S
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Vienna, Austria
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Welcome to Abraham’s Path! Join us on a journey that links history and myth to living cultures and communities: traverse the semi-arid steppes, discover ancient shrines, and trade stories with local host families. The Path in Urfa consists of 170km, charted through semi-arid plateaus under bright open skies. The path is tailored to each visitor’s needs: come alone or in a group, stay one day or ten, choose challenging treks or leisurely walks.
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11 Feb 2014
“An Unforgettable Experience”
7 Nov 2013
“A unique encounter with true hospitality”
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Yuvacali, Turkey, Harran 63900, Turkey
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+90 533 747 18 50
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Reviewed 11 February 2014

The Path was a most wonderful opportunity to experience culture, history and geographic beauty. The home stays were warm and friendly with unlimited hospitality. Not to be missed.

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Reviewed 7 November 2013

If you are looking for a truly unique experience, the Ambraham path will provide everything you need and more: nice scenery, impressive historical sights, and undiscovered places. But truly unforgettable are the beautiful hospitable families you meet during the trip. Recommended to every traveler looking...More

2  Thank Yvette S
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Reviewed 4 October 2013

The path arrangement started from the cave where Abraham was born and to the stone age sanctuary at Gobekle Tepe...an amazing achaelogical discovery and insight into the development of human society. in a group of 19 from different continents of the world, it was real...More

4  Thank Akin O
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Reviewed 3 October 2013

This walk is amazing. It seriously changed my life. The tour guides are awesome. They are very knowledgeable and speak wonderful English. The homestays are fantastic. The food is amazing and sleeping on the roof was the highlight of the trip for me. To know...More

2  Thank 2treeroots
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Reviewed 1 October 2013

Walking the path has been a wonderful experience. People shared all they have: a roof and food and extended me a warm welcome. Who didn't blame me on not speaking Turkish or just welcomed me. But also to see the different ways men and women...More

4  Thank Boudewijn K
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

Its a very interesting place... there you'll see the first University ever build and the rest of the great Harran's Mosque. Nowadays its quite tense area because of Sirian issue (just 8km to the border) but nothing happened to us there. There are a few...More

2  Thank Leonardo M
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Reviewed 15 May 2013

It was a wonderful and awesome experience I will never forget! The food was to die for, the people in the village were kind and fun to talk to, and the trail was excellent, even in its early stages of development. I'd love to hike...More

2  Thank Heather E
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Reviewed 1 May 2013

We had a great time in Harran. The families were very hospitable and friendly. We were well fed and well taken care of. Everyone there was very kind and understanding. I would love to go back! :-)

1  Thank SamanthaJM3
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Reviewed 29 April 2013

The trail itself is a dream landscape of timeless beauty. We hiked surrounded by rock -studded hills whose lower slopes were covered with barley and wildflowers, with butterflies and swallows swooping around us. We passed orchards of blossoming pistachios, almonds, apricots, mulberries; flocks of sheep,...More

6  Thank Karuna F
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Reviewed 1 April 2013

We went on a 4 day extended trip, with our guide Fatih. Was absolutely magnificent. interesting landscapes, but most of all a tremendous cultural experience.Would highly recommend.

1  Thank sander12345mp
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