Best of the West Bank Tour from Tel Aviv
Get ready for an adventure that will take you through the heart of the West Bank. This one-day guided tour will show you the best of the region, from historical and religious sites to natural wonders and modern-day culture.
We will take you to three of the highlights of the region – Bethlehem, Jericho and Ramallah. With thorough information provided by a local Palestinian guide, you will get some fascinating insight on the history and daily life of the people in this area. From major historical and religious sites to modern-day culture and the natural beauty of the Judean Desert, this is an experience you will not soon forget.
From Tel Aviv, we will head to Qasr-el-Yahud, the famous site of the baptism of Jesus located on the bank of the Jordan River. We will then head to Jericho, the oldest city in the world, and look upon the site where Jesus was tempted by the Devil at the Mount of Temptation.
Next, we will tour Ramallah, the modern & cultural capital of the West Bank. We will walk through the busy streets, getting a feel for life in this bustling, modern city, and visit the tomb of Arafat, before moving on to our last stop of the day – Bethlehem.
In the city of Jesus’ birth, we will visit sites, old and new, and discover the special town that Bethlehem is.
We will see the Church of Nativity, stroll through the Old City, and walk and talk alongside the separation barrier, which includes colourful contributions made by the famous graffiti artist, Banksy, before making our way back to Tel Aviv.
This is a chance to learn about various aspects of a very interesting region, get a taste of Israeli politics and history, while also exploring a number of special historical and sacred places.
For more information on the sites we’ll be passing, download our free travel app to your smartphone.
- Visit the city where Jesus was born, Bethlehem
- Explore the ancient city of Jericho
- Tour the vibrant, modern, city of Ramallah
- Enjoy panoramic views across the hills of the Judean Desert, and the green hills further north
- Experience a local Arabic style lunch
- Taste delicious 'Knaffe' dessert
- Day Tour
06:30 – Depart from Abraham Tel-Aviv
07:30 – Arrive in West Bank and meet the guide
Qasr El-Yahud baptism site
Tour of Jericho
Tour of Ramallah
13:00 (approximately)- Lunch
Tour of Bethlehem
18:30 – Approximate return to Tel Aviv
NB: All times are approximate and highly depend on traffic conditions
. Please note that sites may vary depending on crowds and/or religious holidays.
* For operational reasons, the drop-off is only possible in the same city you started from.
** The order of visiting different cities and locations may vary, depending on the guide and special events.
Good to Know
- Passports are required, and it is unlawful for Israeli passport holders to join.
- Modest clothing: Due to modesty requirements when entering the holy sites on this tour, you will need to wear clothes covering knees and arms (men and women).
- Pickup points: Tel Aviv - Abraham Hostel
- Things to bring: Snacks & water, Hat, Camera, Sunscreen, Passport
- Transportation to all sites from Tel Aviv
- Arabic style lunch
- Knaffe dessert
- Extra snacks
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Do I need my passport on this tour and does it get stamped?
You do need your passport, and it does not get stamped because you are not crossing an international border.
Are meals & entrance fees included?
There are no entrance fees, and lunch is included later in the day. Bring snacks!
What is the duration of the tour?
The tour is a one-day guided tour.
What places will we visit during the tour?
You will get to see the historical and religious sites in the West Bank, including Qasr-el-Yahud, Jericho, Ramallah, and Bethlehem.
Will we get to view the Mount of Temptation?
Yes, you will get a chance to view the Mount of Temptation, where the biblical story of the defeat of the Devil took place.
What is included in the tour?
The tour includes a visit to various sites, a guided tour, and a free travel app for your smartphone with more information on the sites you’ll be visiting.
Are Israeli passport holders allowed to participate in the tour?
No, Israeli passport holders are not permitted to participate in the tour.
Is there a dress code for the tour?
To respect the modesty requirements of the holy sites that we will be visiting, kindly ensure that your clothing covers your knees and arms (both for men and women).
What items should I bring along for the tour?
To make the most out of your tour, we recommend that you bring along some snacks and water, a hat, a camera, sunscreen, and your passport.