Weekly Day Tours – Israel/Palestine – July 15-21
MONDAY, JULY 16
Jerusalem: Dual Narrative Tour – ½ Day
Featured by National Geographic and TED, this is first time the originators of the Dual Narrative Tour (TM) are offering this unique day tour to the public! See Jerusalem presented by one Jewish Israeli and one Palestinian guide in tandem. Understand deep religious and national ties to Jerusalem, consider recent tensions, and ponder the city’s future.
– Temple Mount/Noble Sanctuary, 4 Quarters, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Via Dolorosa, rooftop views, historic markets, meet shopkeepers, delicious snacks –
8:00 – 12:30 OR 13:00 – 17:30
$54 BOOK NOW
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18
Bethlehem: Between the Lines – ½ Day
Go where only a local guide can take you – discover hidden corners of the bustling marketplace and Nativity Church, hear hymns of ancient sects, and stories from a refugee camp. Discussion begins with the Bible but moves through Muslim-Christian relations, Palestinian memory, traditional ‘dabke,’ and much more. Tour concludes with tea and lunch/dinner* at a local family home.
– Geo-political overview, Shepherd’s Field, Syriac church, Manger Square, Peace Center, Nativity Church, Aida Camp, marketplace, home hospitality –
9:00 – 14:00 OR 14:30 – 19:30
$70/86* BOOK NOW
SATURDAY, JULY 21
Beer & Wine in the West Bank: A Palestinian Tradition – Full Day
Learn the traditional craft of wine and beer making from producers themselves, visiting small towns and hillside monasteries along the way. Travel south from Jerusalem, then north towards the Ramallah area along a scenic route offering views of ancient agricultural terraces and rows of grapevines thought to produce some of the most delicious fruit in the world.
– Visit two local brewers and one wine maker, guided journey & full transport to Palestinian areas in south and north West Bank, tastings included –
9:00 – 17:00
$89 BOOK NOW