Religious and historical events of Bethlehem

Min Age

2+

Max Age

70

Max People

2+

Overview

New experience is gained by tourists, spiritual and physical support .People in the area are so simple and humble , supportive and helpful. The food is so delicious and tasty plus nutritious and natural .Methods of agriculture vary from place to place as some are irrigated by water and others are rain fed lands. The atmosphere is so clear and healthy. The desert has special components that add to its beauty both at night and day time. It is really unforgettable tour.

Tour Highlights

  • Reachable by cars, by animals ; camels , horses and donkeys , solar panels , gaining new experiences , methods of communications with locals , new tasting holidays

Included/Excluded

  • Transportation
  • Food animals; donkeys , horses , and camels
  • Homestays
  • 4x4 Cars
  • Animals
  • Night Discussion
  • Exchange Presents
  • Additional meals

Tour Plan

Day 1 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Bethlehem (one of the oldest Restaurant in Bethlehem with Traditional food) Walking in the old city of Bethlehem Visiting the Nativity Church Heading to some olive wood factories in the city Back to the accommodation in Bethlehem. Overnight in Bethlehem.
Day 2 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Bethlehem Hiking to Beit Sahour Visiting the Shepherds’ field Listening to some discussion about the importance of the cite Having dinner with some locals Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 3 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Beit Sahour Heading to Khirbet Mird, St Saba Monastery and Hassash Valley Having lunch and some rest with the Bedouin. Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 4 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Beit Sahour Biking to Almintar Mountain near Nabi Mosa including the Sea level Climbing the mountain by 4×4 cars Having lunch there with the locals Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 05 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Beit Sahour Heading to the Wadi Quilt, Jericho and Baptism Site (Jordan River|) . Biking to the Sea level to reach the tent. Have lunch with the Bedouins in the tent Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Having dinner. Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 6 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Beit Sahour Heading to the tent of Bedouins Reaching the sea level. Watching the Dead Sea Observing the sunset Having dinner with the locals Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 7 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast at Beit Sahour. Heading to Khriton Wadi and Cave (learning about the First Human Stone) Spending the whole day in it Having dinner with the locals Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 8 Husan Village
  • Heading to Husan Village west of Bethlehem Visiting the planted crops and sharing farmers cultivating the fruits and vegetables Reaching the confiscated land by the Israeli settlers Having dinner with the locals Back to the accommodation in Bateer
Day 9 Bateer
  • Breakfast at Bateer Visiting Battir village Watching the springs in it Seeing the areas planted by various vegetables and fruits Helping the farmers cultivating their fruits and vegetables Walking in the old places in it and heading to the AlMahkrour Talking to locals and having dinner with them Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight at Beit Sahour
Day 10 Beit Sahour
  • Planning for a tour in both cities Beit Sahour and Bethlehem (Old sites) Visiting the old places in the two cities Walking in the streets of both cities and seeing the old houses Talking to the citizens of both cities Having dinner in one the old restaurants Back to the accommodation in Beit Sahour Overnight in Beit Sahour
Day 11 Beit Sahour
  • Breakfast in Beit Sahour
  • Preparing for departure.

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