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West Bank Tour from Jerusalem

  • On a Jerusalem tour, learn about life in the West Bank
  • Increase your understanding with a visit to a long-standing refugee camp
  • Includes a Palestinian-style lunch in a Bethlehem restaurant
West Bank Tour from Jerusalem
From US$105.00
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Pickup from Jerusalem New City
Your guide will wait for you in Jerusalem New City at 7:30am (exact meeting point will be provided in the voucher).
From US$105.00
Explore the West Bank, Ramallah, Bethlehem, and Aida Camp on a full-day tour from Jerusalem that goes beyond tourist sites for a glimpse of Palestinian life. Visiting the West Bank on a guided tour means you’ll see and understand more than you would on your own, with all transport and a lunch of Palestinian cuisine included.
What to Expect
At a central location in Jerusalem, board a climate-controlled minivan for the trip to the West Bank.

You’ll pause at Qasr al-Yahud, the Jordan River site where Jesus is believed to have been baptized, and visit the ancient ruins of Jericho, one of the world’s oldest cities. Upon arrival in the Palestinian community of Ramallah, walk through the town to see the tomb of Yasser Arafat, who once lead the Palestine Liberation Organization.

Next, head to Bethlehem for a Palestinian lunch in a local restaurant. You’ll also visit the Church of the Nativity and the Milk Grotto, and then see the “separation wall” that divides the city from Israel. Before returning to Jerusalem, tour the youth center at the Aida refugee camp, which was founded in 1950 and is partially surrounded by the West Bank Barrier.
Reviews (55)
1 - 5 of 26 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
Banksy & Banksy!

Found walking through this area very interesting. The people were all interested in sharing their views with us. They also treated us with great hospitality, offering us freshly baked breads and sweets. Political murals were everywhere, many by Banksy. The Israeli West Bank Wall --some...More

Thank frann
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Most relevant points: - if you’re concerned about safety, don’t be. Make sure nothing unusual is going on before traveling, but there is no sense of danger during the tour. - there’s a lot to do in the West Bank and the tour seemed rushed...More

Thank Zinoviev
Reviewed 7 October 2018 via mobile
Must Do

I don't normally like doing group tours, however this seemed the best way to visit the West Bank. Our tour guide Tamer was fantastic, hugely insightful about the area and friendly. Highlights were Bethelem and The Walled Off Hotel. We'd have preferred some more free...More

Thank simonkendall
Reviewed 6 October 2018

Our Palestinian Guide, Ashraf was brilliant in relation to history and gave a very detailed, informative and neutral account of the situation. We really appreciated it and were able to empathise given our situation in N. Ireland and our similar division by walls. The experience...More

Thank riversister
Reviewed 24 September 2018
West Bank tour

OMG This tour!!! It's incredible. I highly and strongly encourage anyone visiting the Middle East to take this tour. Whether you are interested in history or political science, this tour is going to be a huge gift of an experience for yourself that you won't...More

Thank Andis V
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23 October 2018|
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Response from Chantelle C | Reviewed this property |
We spent about 45 min at the church to see the place Jesus was born/ manger and surrounding area, then about an hour at the separation wall and banks museum
8 October 2018|
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Response from francoise199 | Reviewed this property |
I booked this tour via GET YOUR GUIDE. Please go on their site and I am quite sure you can book on Friday. It's a very nice and well detailed tour, I recommend it. The meeting point is easy to find at Abraham Hostel. Best