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From Tel Aviv: Best of the West Bank Full-Day Tour

1. From Tel Aviv: Best of the West Bank Full-Day Tour

Embark on a comprehensive full-day tour of the West Bank of the Jordan River to discover the rich history behind the region. Depart Tel Aviv at 6:30 AM and then arrive on the West Bank after one hour and meet your guide. Beginning with the ancient baptism site of Qasr el Yahud on the banks of the Jordan River at around 8:00 AM, you'll be able to visit the marble steps leading into the river, said to be the very place where Jesus was baptized. At 8:45, move onto the city of Jericho itself, the oldest city in the world, where you will visit the ruins of ancient Jericho and view the nearby Mount of Temptation in the adjacent hills. Then continue to Ramallah at 10:15 and walk the streets of this modern city and see life in the big city on the West Bank. The tour will head to Manara Square, the thriving commercial district, and visit Yasser Arafat's tomb. Stop for lunch at around 1:00 PM before continuing onto a tour of Bethlehem at around 2:30 PM. In Bethlehem visit to the Nativity Church, and end with a visit to the Separation Wall. Return to your hotel in Tel Aviv at around 6 PM.

Best of the West Bank Full-Day Tour from Jerusalem

2. Best of the West Bank Full-Day Tour from Jerusalem

Embark on a comprehensive full-day tour of the West Bank of the Jordan river to discover the rich history behind this region. Beginning with the ancient baptism site of Qasr el Yahud on the banks of the Jordan river, you'll be able to visit the marble steps leading into the river, said to be the very place where Jesus was baptized. Move on to the the city of Jericho itself, the oldest city in the world, where you will visit the ruins of ancient Jericho and view the nearby Mount of Temptation in the adjacent hills.  Continue to Ramallah and walk the streets of this modern city and see life in the big city in the West Bank. The tour will head to Manara Square, the thriving commercial district, and visit Yasser Arafat's tomb.  The final stop of the day is the holy sites of Bethlehem, with a visit to the Nativity Church and ending with a visit to the Separation Wall.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 144 reviews

This visit is a must to more fully understand the Israeli-Palestine situation. It's so much richer than just seeing Bethlehem as a half-day from Jerusalem. Our tour guide was well-informed and candid. Seeing "the wall" is stunning (stop at the Banksy museum store while there). The biblical sites are fine and in my opinion pale in comparison to driving through the countryside, seeing the Bedouins and getting a sense of how different conditions on the ground are. I was concerned the tour would feel exploitative, like visiting the reservations of Native Americans in the US but it wasn't like that at all. I am so glad I did it. Side note, the temperature was much chillier than in Tel Aviv so check the forecast and plan accordingly.

Well organized tour Transportation was comfortable and punctual Tour guide Mr Tamar gave a lot of information History was well explained by other tour guide Mr Abood in Bethlehem Good value for money

Gripping and fantastically good experience that gives a deeper insight into Palestine and the situation there. Our guide was engaging and answered all our questions.

Excellent day. Very diverse explanations from the guide (history, religion, economy, culture, various anecdotes). Very good journey, meals, sites and visits.

Our guide George was excellent! He was very knowledgeable. I really liked visiting with a family in Bethlehem and having lunch in their home.