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  • From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem, Dead Sea & Bethlehem Full-Day Tour

    1. From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem, Dead Sea & Bethlehem Full-Day Tour

    Explore the holiest cities on earth, either in a shared or private, customizable tour. Starting from Tel Aviv at 6:30 AM, travel to three of Israel's highlights. Start your guided tour in the "City of Gold." Visit Jerusalem's Old City including the Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Sepulchre. Explore local Markets, Byzantine Cardo, and Western Wall.  Next, embark on a tour of Bethlehem and witness the Church of the Nativity, the city where Jesus Christ was born. Those who are not interested in Bethlehem can instead opt to enjoy free time in Jerusalem while others explore Bethlehem. In the afternoon, begin heading east through the Judean Desert. Enjoy a journey to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth and savor bathing and floating upon the therapeutic waters. At 4:30 PM leave the Dead Sea and return to Tel Aviv. Arrival should be around 7:00 PM.

    Excellent guide and excellent day full of historical landmarks with unique stories. Thank you

  • Jerusalem: Bethlehem and Jericho Day Tour

    2. Jerusalem: Bethlehem and Jericho Day Tour

    After being picked up from Jerusalem, travel to Bethlehem where you will meet your guide before heading into the old city of Bethlehem. Enjoy a guided visit to the Church of the Nativity. Continue your tour with a visit to the Milk Grotto Church before riding to the city of the shepherds, Bayt Sahur where you will visit the Chapel of the Shepherds Field before getting to visit an olive wood factory where you will see artisans crafting wooden sculptures.  Then journey through the wonderful Judean Desert to the lowest point on earth. Have chances to stop and take pictures at the sea level point in the desert overlooking the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, Jericho. Stop and have lunch then pass the Mount of Temptation and drive into Jericho where you will see some of the famed sights in the city including Zaccheus's Tree that is mentioned in the bible.

    Seems like this service was subcontracted to Eliat tours I believe, and we glad it happen because we ended up having a great local touch experience with the tour guys. Cetri, I believe is his name was great and knowledgeable and with a lot of patience. Great way to see Bethehelem and Jericó.

  • Bethlehem & Jericho: Full-Day Trip from Jerusalem

    3. Bethlehem & Jericho: Full-Day Trip from Jerusalem

    Bethlehem offers even the non-believers amongst us a breathtaking and educational day trip from Jerusalem. First, we'll drive to Bethlehem and visit the Church of Nativity and Manger's Square, for a look at Jesus' birthplace. Your guide will also stop with you for an overview of the Shepherd's field before returning to Jerusalem. As you drive through the Judean desert, stop by the Good Samaritan Inn before heading on to Jericho, one of the oldest cities in the world. Here, it's easy to imagine what life might have been like 2000 years ago when the wise men headed on their way to meet the newborn baby Jesus. We'll also stop at the Zacheus Sycamore for a view out at the Mount of Temptation, where Jesus is said to have been tempted by the devil. This ancient site has over 25 ancient cities and is still being explored.

  • Dual Perspective Tour of Hebron & West Bank from Jerusalem

    4. Dual Perspective Tour of Hebron & West Bank from Jerusalem

    Take a full-day tour to explore Hebron, the largest city in the West Bank, and the most contested. See the sites and meet people from both sides of the Old City, Israeli and Palestinian, both within "H2", the Israeli controlled side of Hebron. Starts with a guided tour of the Jewish "settler" neighborhoods of Hebron, beginning at the hilltop Tel Rumeida, with a Bronze Age archeological site, army base, and tomb of the Biblical Ruth and Jesse. From there we will visit the Beit Hadassah museum about Jewish life in Hebron until the riots of 1929, the "Shavei Hevron Yeshiva" in Beit Romano and the Avraham Avinu quarter and restored synagogue. Visit the Israeli/Jewish side of the divided Tomb of the Patriarchs, known as Maarat (the Cave of) HaMachpela with the symbolic tombs of Abraham, Sarah, Jacob and Leah, all said to be buried in the cave beneath. Crossing over into the Palestinian sid...

    Very professional guides who were very knowledgeable about their subject matters and what they wanted to say! Would recommend to see the complexity of the relationships in Hebron

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What people are saying about West Bank

Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 23 reviews

The guide did not take us to the queue to watch the manger when we went to the church of nativity, but at the same time, we would not waste two hours in line, and we could see more different scenery. Of course, it depends on your purpose.

Jospeh the tour guide in Jerusalem was amazing! I could not recommend this man enough his knowledge, friendliness and his sense of humour was amazing! Bethlehem was okay was very rushed and the tour guide was a bit all over the place,

Great trip and very well organised, guides and coach driver excellent. Not the most religious of individuals but found the trip amazing interesting and educational, definitely one to tick off live's bucket list of things to see!!!

Very organised..lots of time to see yourself as well as be guided.very knowledgable guides..although the Bethlehem guide is unknowingly hilarious....def highly reccomend

Excellent guide and excellent day full of historical landmarks with unique stories. Thank you