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Bethlehem Tour and Hebron Tour
- Hebron glass and ceramics factory
- Downtown Hebron & Old City
- Ibrahimi Mosque/Tomb of the Patriarchs
- Refugee Camp
- Church of Nativity
- Jacir Palace Hotel
- Bethlehem’s Separation Wall
- Banksy’s graffiti and “The Walled Off Hotel”
This exclusive Bethlehem Tour and Hebron Tour tour will begin by having you picked up on time at the requested location, by a private air-conditioned executive vehicle and I will be honored to spend the day and share with you the reality of Palestine. Traveling south to Hebron, we will stop along the way to visit the Natsheh glass and ceramics factory, famous for its hand blown glass. Discussing the importance of our visit to Hebron, known to be the largest city in the West Bank, we will find ourselves walking in the streets of the center towards the Old City. Gaining knowledge of the conflict, we will visit with a friend of mine, who will kindly share with us his struggles as we stand on the rooftop of his home overlooking the Old City of Hebron. Through the narrow streets, we will approach the Ibrahimi Mosque/ Tomb of the Patriarchs and understand why it has been the center of conflict. On our way out of Hebron, we will have the option of either stopping at the Herbawi Kuffiya factory (famous for making the Middle Eastern cotton scarf) or continuing the excitement and heading towards Bethlehem. Known for its culinary art, we will appreciate a tasty Palestinian BBQ, with almost all the salads and Humus you can think of. Entering Bethlehem, we will partake in one of the highlights of my tours, experiencing while wondering how the residents of a refugee camp in the West Bank, are able to survive living under the hardest possible conditions. We will meet with residents of the camp and walk through the narrow streets and alleys, while learning of their origins and hearing stories of their life under occupation. Gaining memories to last a lifetime, you will also discover that the Palestinians are still optimistic about the future and continue to hope and pray for peace. Walking towards the Separation Wall we will see the Jacir Palace Hotel, Banksy’s courageous artwork and “The Walled Off Hotel.” Standing steps away from the birth place of Christ at the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square we will make a wish for peace. We will end the tour by driving back to the initial agreed upon location, where you will be dropped off with a smile, having gained a raw and authentic lens of the difficult political and emotional terrain of Palestine and Israel.
From here, it’s all on you my friend, to push for peace and make a better change.
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