Why Visit Judea and Samaria? 

These regions that together are less than 5700 square KM in size is one of the most contested pieces of property in the world. Also known as the “West Bank”, regularly discussed in political circles and international media. Many might assume that the key to world peace lies in resolves in figuring out the perfect paradigm for the future administration of this neighborhood. Here you will find Jews and Arabs who are passionate about their relationship to this land and its rich history. Biblical and archaeological sites and beautiful mountain scenery. 

Israeli towns here are also known as Jewish Settlements and their residents are also called Settlers. Typically they live in small towns scattered throughout the region, some commute to larger Israeli cities west of the “Green Line” for work, while others work near by or within their own communities. 

Arab residents who are not citizens of the State of Israel are also known as Palestinians. They have their own government that is recognized by Israel and by the International community which is called The Palestinian Authority. Most of their towns and cities are located in Areas A and B and some in Area C which like the “Settlements” are under full Israeli control. 

Throughout the area the are many ancient Biblical sites that are holy to Jews, Muslim and Christians. Joseph’s Tomb in Shechem/Nablus and Maarat HaMachpelah in Hebron and many others. 

When you visit Judea and Samaria you will have the unique opportunity to see the facts on the ground, behind the headlines in the news reports and maybe achieve a better understanding of the realities on the ground.

Contact us to schedule a tour in the Shomron and Judea.