A Summer Experience for Diaspora Palestinian Youth and Friends
(Age 14-17)

Itinerary - A Typical Day

Your daily schedule will vary, giving you an opportunity to experience many different aspects of Palestinian culture. In addition to having an opportunity to explore in places such as Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus, and Taybeh, participants will spend time doing service projects, shopping in local stores and markets, experiencing local food, joining a member of the host family at work, or participating in Ramallah nightlife. Arabic language learning, as needed, will be integrated through the day.

“I love the connection with the campers and counselors, our mutual love for Palestine.” - 2011 Camper

Ramallah Friends School
Ramallah Friends School

Here are a few examples of what a 'typical' day may look like for you. You can also view a previous itinerary.

To Begin

Breakfast with host family, walk to Ramallah Friends School, then Collection at RFS - A daily opportunity for "Reflection" and orientation for the day ahead, then . . . .

The Morning

Your typical day will have many different opportunities to experience Palestinian culture, including the local stores

Lunches: Are often packed and brought with us, or in a local restaurant, or provided by the place we are visiting.

The Afternoon

Usually by 4 PM we will be finished.

Campers enjoying a debka preformance at the Ramallah Cultural Palace


Early Evening

You travel to your host family for dinner, and take that shower you thought about for much of the day.


Evenings can vary. Some nights we show films, go bowling, hear music, or spend time with our host family.

To Conclude

Over the course of three weeks, campers enjoy the beauty of the Ramallah Friends School campus and the immense facilities and resources it has to offer. The campers watch many documentaries and movies as part of the Go Palestine film festival.