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Dual Perspective Tour of Hebron & West Bank from Jerusalem

1. 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 side, start at the Muslim side of the Tomb of the Patriarchs, known as Ibrahimi (Abraham's) mosque, led by a Palestinian guide. Inside, discover the Mameluke era mosque and minbar- raised wood platform, and tombs of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca. Then, walk through the colorful Old City "Casbah" market and have a home-cooked lunch with a Palestinian family. Climbing on top of a family home for a rooftop view, learn about the difficult conditions of Palestinian residents and shop owners living in close proximity to the nearby settlements. Going through the busy city center, cross a checkpoint and end the tour back at the top of the closed "Shuhada" street. This is a unique tour: it will present two very different narratives of one ancient, very contested city, Hebron. This is the only tour with two guides, Israeli and Palestinian, each showing half of the divided old city. The tour is political but objective, with each participant free to form their own opinions.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 13 reviews

It was a very interesting, educational but also emotional tour. Both guides reported on their side of their lives, their experiences and feelings of course with empathy for each of their country but without the other side to demonize. Facts were reported, many questions answered and there was ample room to get a unique picture. Thanks to our two guides, who did the excellent job

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

Extremely interesting, you have a chance to see both parts of the divided city of Hebron - Jewish and Palestinian. If you are into history and politics, this is the trip for you.

So good to hear both sides of the Isreli/Palestinian story. Noth Eric and the Palistonisn guide were good. I would recommend this tour for everyone.

The excursion provides a deep insight into the problems of the region.