Jericho’s flat nature made it easy for bicycles to become so popular in the city among both visitors and the local community. Until today, Jericho perhaps is, with no competitor, the Palestinian city of cycling and cycling in Jericho is the healthiest, most environment-friendly and most convenient way to explore the city. With Jericho’s fair share of marvelous nature and ancient history, simply rent a bike and explore the city on your own, or join one of our guided cycling tours to go farther off-the-beaten-track.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Jericho Town Square / Auberg-Inn Guesthouse|
|DEPARTURE TIME||10:00 – 17:00|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 19:00|
|Meal Options||Meal Included, Meal not included|
|Cable Car Option||Cable Car Included, Cable Car not included|
|Destinations||Jericho & The Jordan Valley, Jericho City|
|Tour Type||City Tours, Eco-Tours|
From Jerusalem: Take bus 263 from the bus station in front of Damascus Gate in East Jerusalem on Sultan Suleiman Street to Bethany City Center (Al Izariya), and from there take the collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servees) to Jericho City Center (30 shekels | 1 hour).
From Bethlehem: Take the collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servees) from the Bethlehem Central Bus Station on Manger Square Street directly to Jericho City Center (25 shekels | 1 hour).
From Ramallah: Take the collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servees) from the Main Station in Ramallah on Al-Nahda Street directly to Jericho City Center (25 shekels | 1 hour).
From Nablus: Take t he collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servees) from the Nablus Central Station on Rafidia Street directly to the Ramallah Central Bus Station on Al-Nahda Street. Next, see “From Ramallah to Jericho” (40 shekels | 2 hours).
From Allenby Bridge: Take the bus to the Jericho Station called Istiraha (20 shekels), and from there a taxi to Jericho city (30 shekels).