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HIKE THE LAND

Torah. community. nature​

Shebet Haaretz is constantly designing transformative Jewish experiences in nature, through outdoor programs around the world that promote a deep connection to the Earth, the Jewish cyclical-calendar, and the ancient wisdom of the Torah

Our mission is to awaken the intrinsic relationship that each of us has with our Jewish heritage and with the natural world. We know that these relationships are fundamental to successfully face the human challenges we currently face as a civilization.

Outdoor Experiences

IN THE LAND OF ISRAEL

HIKING TRIBE LANDS

Trekking Tribal Lands is about exploring our native human condition as Jews in the land of Israel.
The most powerful connection is when you are in the correct time and place.

Upcoming Experiences

AROUND THE PLANET

EXPEDITIONS IN MEXICO

In the last four years we have explored the jungles, the mountain forests and the deserts of the Mexican lands, through a unique Jewish perspective. Adventure yourself to discover the cultural and ecological richness of the indigenous communities that live in this amazing places and reveal the common ground they have with the jewish people as native of the land of Israel.

Upcoming Experiences

past experiences

EDUCATION

ARTICLES

THE AGRICULTURAL
AND ECOLOGICAL
SYMBOLISM OF THE
FOUR SPECIES

TENDING THE GARDEN OF EDEN

SHABAT and Environmental CONSCIOUSNESS

OUR team

EMILIO COHEN
FOUNDER
MARCOS COHEN
FOUNDER
TANYA COHEN
HEALTH MENTOR

OUR PURPOSE

To open a constant path to the understanding of an integral Jewish practice intimately linked.
To life and its natural processes.
To facilitate the exploration of the Jewish people in nature and to revive the tuning between them.
To transform our perception about spirituality, through the opening of our senses, and to empower individuals with greater abilities to relate with themselves and with their social and natural environments.
To create a space of recognition to the human being that is committed with the sustainability of planet Earth and with his mission as a Jew.

Experiences that help us live culture like that emerging relationship between a society and its environment, and not only as an isolated human phenomenon.

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and never stop exploring