Join a local guide in private transportation to visit and explore the major sites and attractions, and understand the local communities relation to the historical and environmental context of Jericho. Combine visits to biblical and islamic heritage sites with easy excursions to neighboring destinations such as Jordan River, Nabi Musa, and Wadi Qelt.

– Meet at the Cable Car Station of Jericho for an optional cable car ride or walk up to the Mount of Temptation, visit the Monastery, and enjoy the view over Jericho and the Jordan Valley

– Visit the ancient ruins of Jericho, the oldest and lowest city on Earth, and the location for the biblical battle of Joshua and the eternal spring of Elisha

– Stop for an optional fresh juice at the Sycamore tree of Zaccheus

– Visit Hisham Palace and enjoy the beautiful architecture and mosaics

– Head towards the Jordan river and stop at the Baptism site of Jesus

– Drive uphill to explore hermit life in the desert. Stop at Nabi Musa, a desert shrine and peak over Saint George Monastery, built into the canyon cliffs of Wadi Qelt

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
Jericho, Cable Car Station/Jericho, main town square
DEPARTURE TIME 10:00
RETURN TIME 16:00
DIFFICULTY Easy
INCLUDED
Private Transportation

Guide

Meal
NOT INCLUDED
Entry fees
Tips
Cable Car (Optional)
Minimum Participants 3

If you book this tour for less than the required minimum number of participants, your booking will be pending for other interested participants on the same date. Alternatively, you may upgrade your order to the minimum number of participants to ensure the availability and confirm the tour.

Additional information

DestinationsJericho & The Jordan Valley, Jericho City, Wadi Qelt & Saint George Monastery
Tour TypeCity Tours, Cultural Tours, Guided Tours
GuidingGuided Tour
ActivitySightseeing
MealIncluded
Minimum Participants3

– Meet at the Cable Car Station of Jericho for an optional cable car ride or walk up to the Mount of Temptation, visit the Monastery, and enjoy the view over Jericho and the Jordan Valley

– Visit the ancient ruins of Jericho, the oldest and lowest city on Earth, and the location for the biblical battle of Joshua and the eternal spring of Elisha

– Stop for an optional fresh juice at the Sycamore tree of Zaccheus

– Visit Hisham Palace and enjoy the beautiful architecture and mosaics

– Head towards the Jordan river and stop at the Baptism site of Jesus Christ

– Drive uphill to explore hermit life in the desert. Stop at Nabi Musa, a desert shrine and peak over Saint George Monastery, built into the canyon cliffs of Wadi Qelt

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).

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 2 reviews
April 20, 2018

I experience this tour and I can fully recommend. Our guide Ashraf took us to all the places, gave very interesting explanations and he is extremely nice person. Thanks for a great day in a beautiful place.

March 3, 2019

Me and my brother had such a great day being guided around Jericho by Ashraf! We did the Jericho – All in one day tour, and Ashraf really showed us a lot of everything, the whole day felt very generous. If you’re going to Jericho, do the tour! And if you’re not? Go to Jericho and do the tour!

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