• Overview
  • Trip Outline
  • Trip Includes
  • Trip Excludes
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  • Booking
  • 6:30 Pick up from  Grand Beach Hotel, Tel Aviv. (Infront of The Hotel)
  • 7:45: Pick up from Jerusalem David Citadel Hotel (Front of the Hotel)
  • 8:30 Tour Starts in Bethlehem After Gathering at Meeting Point
  • Guided Tour to The Oldest church of the world Church of The Nativity.
  • Guided Tour to The Milk Grotto Church
  • Guided Tour St. Catharine Church
  • A visit to The Walled Off Hotel
  • Guided Tour to The Shepherd's Field Church in Beit Sahour
  • Visit to An Olive Wood & Hand Crafts Local Factory
  • Lunch in Bethlehem
  • A visit To The 1500 years old Mar Saba Monastery
  • A visit to The Great Historical King Solomon Pools
  • Drop off to David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem
  • Drop off in Tel Aviv Central Bus Station ( Only Availible to Visitors coming from Tel-Aviv)


Day X

Your Plan

  • Transpiration in Air Conditioned Vehicle.
  • Licensed Tour Guide.
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Tour Guide
  • Drop off at your hotel
  1. Alex T.:

    I was so happy with this tour, Mathew (my tour guide) was like google! A lot of information, we did an extra stop in the Banksy museum. It was a small group so I feel like VIP, got souvenirs for the trip and a lot of pictures! Highly recommend this company.

  2. Andrea R.:

    Thank you Judah Tours! It was a VERY great day! Our guide spoke very good English, and answered our entire questions well and it’s very important for us to have someone like you who Knows the story of Israel! Hope to SEE you soon take care!

  3. Jenny L.:

    We had an amazing tour with Judah Tours & Travel. Everything was on time and very well organized. Our guide was very knowledgeable and accommodated all of our needs. We were picked up from our hotel in Jerusalem and taken across the border.
    Before visiting Bethlehem, we made a stop at Shepherds’ Field in Beit Sahur and saw the Shepherds’ Field Church. In Bethlehem, we stopped at Waldorf Hotel to see some West Bank art, visited Manger Square, the Church of the Nativity and the Milk Grotto. Being part of the tour, we were able to skip all the lines. We also visited an olive wood factory, which was a unique experience. After that, we made a quick stop for lunch and had coffee on a terrace with a beautiful view.

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