How to get here
Approximately 90% of recent arrivals to the Holy Land took place
through Ben – Gurion international airport in the state of
Israel. (Customs and visa formalities are under Israeli jurisdictions).
From the airport, which is located in the city of Tel-Aviv, you
can take a taxi or rent a car in order to get to Bethlehem, that
is about one hour far.
Palestinian-based tour operators, taxis and transportation companies
also have access and can pick you up by arrangements, (we can also
help you to manage this issue).
Bethlehem is settled in Palestinian Authority Area, but you need
to get through Israel in order to reach it, because Palestinans
do not control any borders. To enter Bethlehem you must pass through
an Israeli checkpoint, where your national passport and entry visa
will be checked.
During the past years of the continuous conflict Bethlehem, East
Jerusalem and Jericho have been the most accessible cities in the
Palestinian Authority Areas.
You need to have a valid national passport and a tourist entry
visa to Israel (you can also issue an entry visa, at the airport).
For any question and information, please do not hesitate to contact