Among the top 10 most visited
places in Israel
With over 1-Million visitors in 2019!
Corona Update January 10, 2022:
As tourism opens up health and safety remain our top priority.
All tours follow the most up to date guidelines of Misrad Habriyut (Israel Ministry of Health) and are coordinated with the IDF.
If any member of your group feels unwell or has tested positive for COVID-19 please contact us about rescheduling your tour or canceling your tour for a full refund.
- Private coach bus leaves Jerusalem at 9:15 AM from the David Citadel Hotel
- Stops generally include some of the following: Biblical Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem, Tel Hebron, Beit Hadassah, Hebron Heritage Museum, Avraham Avinu Synagogue, and always the Cave of the Forefathers and Mothers (Ma’arat HaMachpela).
- There is time for lunch during the tour. Lunch can be purchased at the local dairy restaurant (pizza store) in the Gutnik Center
- *Bus returns to Jerusalem at approximately 5:00PM (depending on traffic). Timing of the tour may vary during holidays.
What is the cost per person?
The cost is $50 per person or $250 for an immediate family rate (i.e. parents with 4 or more paying, unmarried children). There is no fee for children age 5 and under (note-children still need to be registered for the tour so a seat on the bus can be reserved).
Which days do you do tours?
Hebron Tours generally run every Wednesday (with some exceptions) and other select days as per our tour calendar.
How do we get to the Hebron Tour?
We provide round-trip transportation, between Jerusalem and Hebron, on private, secure, coach buses.
Your whole family will be fascinated with Hebron’s historic holy sites, Jewish community, ancient Biblical archaeology, the Cave of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs, and the modern day heroes living in Hebron today.
Is your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah coming up? Contact our tour coordinator for more information about how to celebrate your simcha on both group or private tours.
Celebrate other special occasions – baby namings, weddings, upshirins, hanachat teffilin, and more – in the Holy City of Hebron. The Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs, Ma’arat HaMachpela, is an extraordinary place to celebrate all of life’s milestones.
*For information and to register for Rabbi Hochbaum’s tour of the Old City in Jerusalem (generally on Tuesday’s) contact Rav Simcha directly here