Our selection of the best West Bank Tours will give you an up-close experience with the highlights of some of the most unique places on Earth. Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, is one of the most famous cities on the planet, visited by pilgrims, and curious culture and history lovers alike. Jericho, the lowest city on Earth sits just a few kilometers from the Dead Sea, and is also the world’s oldest city, towered over by the Mount of Temptation. Meanwhile, Ramallah, the capital of the West Bank, is a surprisingly modern and liberal city. And in the southern part of the West Bank, Hebron, one of the holiest cities for Jews and Muslims.
The best West Bank Tours
The city of Bethlehem features in all of our best tours of the West Bank
We’ve picked out the tours below which give the best introduction to the highlights of the West Bank from a historic, religious, and cultural perspective.
Bethlehem, Dead Sea, Jericho, and Qumran Tour
Visiting Bethlehem, the capital of Christian life in the West Bank, with the famous Church of the Nativity and Manger Square, Jericho, the oldest city on Earth, and the River Jordan baptism site at Qasr-el-Yehud. The Bethlehem, Dead Sea, Jericho, and Qumran Tour gives a combined insight into the historic and religious significance to the region, and modern day Palestinian culture. This tour is available every week with guaranteed departures, a time to relax at the Dead Sea, and some bonus sites if time allows. More information about this tour is available here.
Jerusalem, Dead Sea, Bethlehem, and More
Visit Bethlehem, see the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square, see an overview of Jericho, and visit the River Jordan at the baptism site of Qasr-el-Yehud. Relax at the Dead Sea, and tour Jerusalem’s Old City. This tour is available throughout the week with guaranteed departures and is the perfect combination of Palestinian culture, West Bank history, and Jerusalem, the holiest and most contested city of all. Further information is available here.
Bethlehem Half Day tour
Available every day from Jerusalem or Tel Aviv, simply tour Bethlehem, the city of Jesus’s birth, and visit the highlights, as you get an insight into Palestinian culture and lifestyle. At the Church of the Nativity, you’ll see the place where Jesus is believed to have been born. Further information is available here.