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This is a unique opportunity to get an insider's view of realities on the ground in Judea and Samaria. You get to meet the people behind the headlines, to ask questions and to get your own personal perspective about these key issues in the Israeli discussion.
Enjoy this tour of Madaba and Mt. Nebo. See the famous 6th century Mosaic Map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land located in the Church of Saint George and visit Mount Nebo where Moses is said to have passed through the Holy Land before he died. Take in the amazing views down into the Jordan Valley and across the Jordan River.
Private half-day Mount Nebo and Madaba tour from Amman or the Dead Sea
Visit Mount Nebo, where Moses saw the Promised Land and died
Gaze at the Jordan Valley and ancient mosaics at the Memorial Church
See the 6th-century mosaic Madaba Map at St. George’s Church in Madaba
Choose an Amman or Dead sea departure
Private transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off included
Explore the UNESCO-listed historic center of Hebron on this half-day guided tour. Visit Israeli and Palestinian-controlled sides to the city, and learn about the significance of the Tomb of the Patriarchs to the three Abrahamic faiths. You’ll also browse local souks and go behind the scenes in ceramic and glass factories, plus a traditional sesame press.
We have been guiding groups on winery tours around Israel for over 20 years. As winery tourism specialists, we have a unique understanding of the rebirth of Israel's wine industry. Today there are over 400 boutique wineries in Israel. Some are producing world-class award-winning wines. Some offer a gourmet experience, including cheese and chocolate tastings and chef restaurants. We can tailor your wine tasting tour to suit your interest, visiting up to three wineries according to your taste. You will meet the wine makers and hear their fascinating personal stories and the vision behind their craft. We will show you the beautiful scenery of Israel's wine-growing regions and tell you about the history of wine in Israel since Biblical times.
People without citizenship and without a state. Visit Al-Arroub or Fawwar Refugee Camp and learn about the daily lives of the thousands of people who, in 1948, were displaced from their original homes.
The best way to see the beauty of Palestine is to walk in it. Where you can see all the fauna and flora native to the land - passing villages and communities in the countryside.
See the occupation first hand and up close, with hikes along the separation barrier and past settlements throughout the West Bank. See the contrasting beauty of nature and the brutality of occupation.
A chance to recognise the historical and religious wealth of Palestine, with all the signs of the civilizations who have called this land home. Feel the character of each city, while walking among and interacting with the people who live there.
Meet with local residents on this English-language tour to find out what life is really like in Hebron. We visit the Tel Hebron archaeological garden, the Hebron Visitor's Center and museum which includes a short movie in English and of course the spectacular Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs.
You get a unique opportunity to meet a very special man who walks the land of Israel with his flock of goats and to hear his amazing life story. While enjoying the nature and beautiful scenery of the Shomron.
All together we will share a warm and authentic experience through food. It will allow you to build, under my guidance, a 3 courses traditional Jordan meal Soup: (Lentil soup or vegetables Soup ) ,Salad :(arabian or Rocket salad ) , Main Dish :(Mansaf ,Kuftah or Mujadreh or Sayadeeh ,Hummus or babagnoush ).
You will explore new ingredients, learn anecdotes, but especially share and discuss with a local family. The menu will be cooked in different steps and eaten throughout the experience.
Organized, but very welcoming and friendly, the workshop also allows you to discover the essence of Jordan throughout my family, recipes, stories and the pleasure to share a meal.
In about 2 to 2.5 hours, you will explore Jordan food and culture throughout those steps:
1- Each guest will take place to start cooking.
2- We will cook again then eat a starter.
3- We will cook for a third round and then eat main course and desert, sitting on the floor (traditional way).
Leave behind the hustle and bustle of the city center and get to know another side of Hebron by exploring the beautiful nature around the city.
Our local English speaking tour guides will show you the stunning scenery by hiking through ancient olive and fig trees.
This is not your ordinary Dead Sea tour. Here, You won't see other tourists.
I'm gonna take you to my backyard. We'll see a real marina from 2000 years ago, get into the sea in our private beach, and enjoy nature's SAUNA hot tub (on which I cannot collaborate here of course).
Be my guest!
This unique tour provides an overview of the situation on the ground and opportunity to see the reality politically and culturally. Holding a MA degree in Peace & Conflict Resolution a unique and interesting discussion during your tour is inevitable.
Daniel is a holder of Master’s degree in Peace & Conflict Resolution and a BA in Music and has been a peace activist and worked in the interfaith community for the last 15 years.
The tour goes deeply into historical facts connected also with theological inside since he has a BA in Music and Biblical Studies.
Jericho is about one-hour drive from Bethlehem. You will be taken to visit Elisha's Spring, the Mount of Temptation (Lunch on the Mountain), the Sycamore tree that Zacchaeus climbed to see Jesus, and the Jordan River where Jesus was Baptized. The day will end with swimming in the Dead Sea.
The unique about this tour is the different talks that happens on the way the explain more about life in Palestine and moving from cities throughout the country
Depending on time there will also be the option of visiting Hisham's Palace, St. George's Monastery and/or the Qumran Caves where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were found between 1946 to 1956.
Your ticket to rich food and cultural experiences in Bethlehem.
In 2018 in Bethlehem, Farayek’s team started offering food experiences to introduce the city’s visitors to local farmers, lovely grandmas, local chefs, unique food experiences and share the passion and social responsibility behind locally grown produce.
Through rich food experiences we strive to preserve the traditions, local recipes and culinary culture, transmitted from generation to generation among Palestinians.
Become part of the experience and join us on the journey!
Grandmothers have always been a wealth of knowledge when it comes to traditional cooking and this private cooking class in Bethlehem pairs you with a local grandma to teach you about Palestinian cooking. Learn tips and techniques on creating delicious dishes and listen to stories while you enjoy your creations.
We will start our tour driving through the Judean hills to Bethlehem. Upon arrival, we will ride through the city and see the important attractions before arriving to Manger Square. There we will have a guided visit to Church of The Nativity where Jesus was born in an underground cave that the church was built on.
Then we will take a short walk with the guide to the Church of Milk Grotto. After we finish we will ride to the town of Beit Sahour, the city of the Shepherd’s. There we will have a guided visit to the Chapel of the Shepherd’s Field where the angels appeared to announce the birth of Jesus Christ.
Continuing our tour we will have a 20 minute visit to a local olive wood factory and have an insight on the local crafts of the Christian families in Bethlehem. Lastly we will visit Mar Saba monestary and King Herod's Palace.
* Make Sure to bring your passport as it is required sometimes.
* If you want to be picked up from Tel Aviv please message in advance.
We will start our tour driving through the Judean hills to Bethlehem. Upon arrival, we will ride through the city and see the important attractions before arriving to Manger Square. There we will have a guided visit to Church of The Nativity where Jesus was born.
Then we will take a short walk with the guide to the Church of Milk Grotto. After we finish we will ride to the town of Beit Sahour, the city of the Shepherd’s. There we will have a guided visit to the Chapel of the Shepherd’s Field.
Continuing our tour we will have a 20 minute visit to a local olive wood factory and have an insight on the local crafts of the Christian families in Bethlehem.
Lastly we will visit one of the most unique in history and geography cities in the world, Jericho. We will visit the most important biblical and historical sites in the city.
* Make Sure to bring your passport as it is required sometimes
* Please message us in advance for the best organizing.
First we will visit The City of Kind David. The City where Jesus Christ was born. Containing one of the most famous churches in The Holy Lands,The Nativity Church along with The Shepherd’s Field Church, The Milk Grotto and The Old City of Bethlehem. During our trip we will have the opportunity to have a guided visit to all three major churches.
Beit Sahour is one of the two highest cities in christian population, We will take a closer look on the lives of the local people and get to see the amazing hand crafted souvenirs they are responsible to make and sell all around the world.
Lastly we will visit one of the most unique in history and geography cities in the world, Jericho. We will visit the biblical and historical sites in the City Such as The Mount of Temptation and the biblical tree of Sycamore.
*Make Sure to bring your passport as it is required sometimes.
* If you want to be picked up from Tel Aviv please message us in advance.
First we will visit The City of Kind David. The City where Jesus Christ was born. Containing one of the most famous churches in The Holy Lands,The Nativity Church attracts more than 300,000 visitors every year, along with The Shepherd’s Field Church, The Milk Grotto and The Old City of Bethlehem. During our trip we will have the opportunity to have a guided visit to all three major churches. In addition we will visit The City of The Shepherd’s – Beit Sahour.
Lastly we will treat ourselves to a relaxing and refreshing visit to one of the most unique seas in the world, The Dead Sea, It’s rich and healthy water makes it a special experience to have.
* Make Sure to bring your passport as it is required sometimes when passing the checkpoints.
* Visit to the Cave Inside the Nativity Church not possible on this tour , also saint jerome/saint joseph cave is not always open.
* If you want to be picked up from Tel Aviv please message us in advance for the best organizing.
A guided tour of the oldest church in the world is provided as well as Saint Catherine's church and The Church of Milk Grotto. Then we continue our trip to Beit Sahour the city of The Shepherd's. Beit sahour is one of the highest cities in christian population. We will explore the daily lives of the locals and visit The Chapel of The Shepherd's where the angles first announced the birth of Jesus.
Mar Saba Monastery dates back to the fifth century. Founded by Saint Sabas, it's been extensively expanded and fortified over the years.
Lastly we will go to The Mount of Temptation & Saint George Monastery. As mentioned in the gospels the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the desert.s. The summit of the mount, about 360 meters above sea level, offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and the mountains of Moab and Gilead.
* Make Sure to bring your passport as it is required sometimes.
* Please message us before booking for the best organizing of the tour.