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Judea Experience Accommodations & Tours is specialized in accommodations, tours and touristic ativities in Biblical Judea and Samaria !!!

Your partner in exploring the amazing Biblical heartland !!!

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Accommodations:

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What makes the accommodations of Judea Experience Accommodations & Tours so special?

Our accommodations are not located in a city environment which not really give you the experience to stay overnight in the land of the Bible. Our accommodations truly are situated in a rural village in the rural landscape of the Biblical environment. Biblical Judea, the land of the Psalms. You do not only see it, but you also experience it.

Right next to our accommodations you see one of the caves where David hid himself for King Saul. The Hasmonaeans, some 2300 years ago marked the cave by building a structure on top of it.

Then you see the ancient Biblical route along which the Patriarchs travelled from Beersheva to Hebron, where the twelve spies entered the land, where David walked with his men. The Romans marked the routes so that they still are visible for us.

This is the landscape where the largest number of psalms are composed. For that reason, it got the name the ‘Land of Psalms’ and a serious museum of Psalms will be built here by the Ministry of Tourism.

This is what makes Judea Accommodations & Tours unique !!!

Judea Experience Accommodations & tours offers you 3 grades of accommodation. The 31 guest rooms include approximately 190 beds, banquet halls and classrooms.

The three grades of rooms:

Our upgraded Eshel room

Our convenient Rotem room

Our Shita apartment

Scroll below to bottom of page to get your quote.  We have interesting  deals for more than one night and we have interesting low season deals !!!

Are you more in for a private facilities (with families) or (budget) facilities in convenient tents. We have a few options in our area. Ask us and we can do the reservations for you.

Facilities:

  • Communal kitchen available
  • Campfire place
  • BBQ place
  • Rural environment
  • Grocery shop closeby
  • Swimming pool (in months June, July, August (except from Tisha BeAv period), 1st week September)
  • Wifi at Wifi area
  • Historical sites in close area

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Where are we located?

Susya is located the Southern Hebron mountains which are a part of the Judean Mountains, right on the border of Negev Desert. It is situated 25 km north of Arad and 25 km south of Hebron, the city where Abraham, Isaac an Jacob are buried and where King David was king over Judah for 7 years. Beersheva is at 40 km distance. On Google maps here

You can reach us by bus (from Beer Sheva (bus 250), Kiryat Arba (bus 50, 52) or Arad (bus 25)) and by Rental Car. You are allowed to travel with a rental car in Biblical Judea and Samaria in area C. The area’s where you are not allowed to go with a rental car are clearly marked with signs (area A (PA Autonomy area)). Some car rental companies in Jerusalem also allows you to go into area A (PA Autonomy area) with their rental car.

You can use either Google Maps or Waze to reach us: Judea Experience Accommodations , דרך הרבים, סוסיה

We also can arrange that you will be picked up from the airport.

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What makes the tours of Judea Experience Accommodations & Tours so special?

We give you un unforgettable experience of the Biblical land which are mentioned in the Biblical sources. The Biblical stories come alive !!!

We have qualified Tour Guides in your language of choice: English, Dutch, German and, of course, Hebrew, to show you around so that you get the best out of your time here.

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Tours:

Travel and experience the Biblical area and sites in Biblical Judea and Samaria with the tours we offer; Examples of Tours we offer (we guide throughout all Israel but our specialization is Biblical Judea and Samaria). Scroll down for Biblical references of the mentioned sites below:

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Day tour Jerusalem; Explore Jerusalem, Israel’s capital; the four quarters of the Old City, the Biblical City of David. A variety of tours we offer. Biblical Jerusalem; Nowadays Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the diverse city, the Jewish sites of Jerusalem, the Christian sites of Jerusalem, The Temple Mount etc etc

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Day tour ‘The land of Psalms’. Tour sites in Biblical Judea which, traditionally are connected with David and the composition of his psalms; ‘Land of the Psalms’ Museum (when finished), Rujium el Hamri, the Cave of David, Jewish shepherd and his flock (provided it is accessible by transport), Tel Ziph and Ziph wilderness, David’s escape route in Judea wilderness and Tel Hebron, David’s capital while King over Judah.

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Day tour ‘In the Footsteps of David’; Jewish shepherd and his flock (provided it is accessible by transport), Elah valley, where David battled Goliath, Khirbet Qayefa, the Biblical Davidical town of Sha’araim, Tel Hebron, Davids Capital of Judea, Tel Ziph and Ziph wilderness, Davids escape route in Judea wilderness and Davids well near Tel Maon.

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Day tour ‘In the Footsteps of Abraham’; Tel Hebron, where Abraham came to buy Machpela caves, Machpelah Caves, where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are buried with their wifes, Abrahams spring, Nabi Yakin, the Angels outlook when Abraham escorted the Angels to Sodom, Abrahams well in Beersheva, The Patriarchs Route, where Abraham walked with Isaac towards Moriah

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Biblical Judea; Choice out of: Machpelah Caves, where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are buried with their wife’s, Tel Hevron, Biblical Hebron, Hebron outlook, Herodion, palace/fortress of King Herod or Rachels tomb in Bethlehem, Rujium el Hamri, the Cave of David,  The Patriarchs Route, Biblical Anim, Biblical Yatir, Tel Ziph (Biblical Ziph)and Ziph wilderness, Davids escape route in Judea wilderness. Biblical Lachish, Beit Guvrin.

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Negev Desert; Ein Avdat oasis, Avdat, the Nabatean City, The Large Crater, Mount Avnon, Colored Sand, Ein Yorknean, Zin desert, Mamshit, Small Crater.

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Massada, Ein Gedi & Dead Sea; Massada built by King Herod on remnants from Israelite times, possibly a fortress of David. Ein Gedi where David hid and the salty Dead Sea

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Biblical Samaria; Mount Kabir, the traditional place where Abram arrived at Elon Moreh, Mount Ebal and Gerizim, where the people of Israel came after arriving in the land and conquering Jericho and Ai. Joshua’s altar at Mount Ebal. Josephs’ outlook over Joseph’s tomb, Biblical Shechem and Jacobs well from nowadays Mount Gerizim

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Biblical Samaria (2); Mount Kabir, the traditional place where Abram arrived at Elon Moreh with view over Mount Ebal and Gerizim, where the people of Israel came after arriving in the land and conquering Jericho and Ai, the Samaritan community, and Mount Gerizim National Park. Gideons tomb, Biblical Shiloh, where the Tabernacle stood, Bethel, Jacob’s rock & Bethel’s Temple.

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Jeep Safari Mountains of Israel; An amazing 3 or 5 hour Jeep safari for you in the Mountains of Samaria. Area’s which you never saw before in the Biblical land of the Ten Tribes. An unforgettable experience.

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Day tour Galilee & Golan; Options Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, Tiberias, Mount Bental, Banias, Tsfat, Bar’am Synagogue, Tel Ddan (Biblical Dan), Tel Hatzor, Biblical Hatzor

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Day tour Coastal Area / Western Galilee; Option from Old Yaffo, Tel Gezer (Biblical Gezer), Caeasarea, Biblical Megiddo, Akko, Rosh Haniqra, Qeshet cave.

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These are just a few examples.

For individual travelers who reserve accommodations at Judea Experience Accommodations and tours we can write a travel program.

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What are the interesting things to see in these regions of Biblical Judea and Samaria?

Biblical Judea:

  • Jerusalem, the City of David. 2 Sam.5:5
  • Rujium el-Chamri, traditional one of the caves where David used to hide and where he supposedly composed a number of his psalms. 1 Sam. 24:22. Ps 31:4
  • Ancient Susya, a Jewish village from Roman/Byzantine times.
  • (In development) ‘Land of Psalms’ museum which will be located at the Ancient Susya site.
  • Machpela Caves where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob are buried. Gen. 23
  • Tomb of Abner, King Saul’s army general (in Area A). 2 Sam.3:32
  • Tel Hebron where Abraham came to buy Machpela, one of the Cities of Refuge and the place where David was king for seven years. Gen. 23:10, Josh. 20:7, 2 Sam.2:11
  • Tomb of Ishai, the father of David and Ruth, David’s great-grandmother. Ruth 4:13-22
  • Abraham’s spring in Hebron. The ancient water source of Biblical Hebron
  • Eretz Yehuda Archeological Museum. Nice interesting museum with very interesting findings from Biblical Judea.
  • Hebron Heritage Museum. Museum on the (modern) history of Hebron.
  • Mamre (where Abram lived in Hebron)(in area A (PA Autonomy area)). Gen.13:18
  • Tomb of Otniel the Judge (in Area A (PA Autonomy area))
  • the Patriarchs route where the Patriarchs travelled and where the Twelve spies came into the land
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  • Nabi Yakin, the angels outlook. Where Abraham and the three angels stood overlooking the Dead Sea region. Gen. 18:22
  • Davids escape route from Ziph to Ein Gedi. 1 Sam. 24:1
  • Khirbet Anim with fortress from Hezekia’s time and village from Roman Byzantine times. Josh 15:50
  • Tel Maon, Biblical Maon (in area B). 1 Sam.25
  • Tel Ziph, the Biblical Ziph. Josh 15:55, 1 Sam. 24, Psalm 54:2
  • Ancient Yatir, the Biblical Yatir. Josh 21:14
  • Eshtemoa, Ancient Eshtemoa, synagogue from Roman/Byzantine times (area A (PA Autonomy area)). 1 Sam.30:28
  • Tel Dvira, the Biblical Dvira (area B). Josh 15:49
  • Judea desert, Davids escape route in the Judea desert to Ein Gedi. 1 Sam.23:29
  • Elah valley where David battled Goliath. 1 Sam 17
  • the Davidical city Sha’arim (nowadays called Khirbet Qayefa). 1 Sam. 17:52
  • Tel Lachish, the Biblical town of Lachish. Josh 15:39, 2 Kings 18:14
  • Beit Guvrin, the Biblical town of Maresha, a Roman town, and amazing ‘bell shaped’ caves. Jos 15:44
  • Tel Arad, the Biblical town of Arad. Judges 1:16
  • Tel Beer Sheva, the Ancient Beersheva. 1 Sam 3:20
  • Beer Abraham, the well of Abraham. Gen 21:13
  • Herodion, Palace / fortress of King Herod
  • Massada, the famous fortress near the Dead Sea, also a palace/fortress of King Herod
  • Ein Gedi (and Wadi Arugot) where David hid himself for King Saul. 1 Sam 24:1
  • Negev Desert. Gen.12:9, Jer.32:44
  • Zin Desert (belongs to Negev desert) (Large, small Crater, Ein Avdat). Num. 33:36,37

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Further you can visit:

  • Herbs of Kedem factory in Carmel
  • Holy Cacao Factory, Maale Hever
  • Drimia winery, Susya
  • Weiss HaLivni Organic Winery Susya
  • Har Sinai Ecological Farm, Susya
  • Halav HaAretz Goat Farm, Susya
  • La Forêt Blanche Winery, Yatir
  • Yatir winery, Yatir
  • Hebron wineries
  • Gush Etsion winery
  • Bedouin hospitality Experience
  • Camel ride in the Judean desert
  • Arugot farm and retreat Center
  • Gush Etsion Heritage Center. Museum on the modern history of the Jewish villages in Gush Etsion

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Biblical Samaria/Benyamin:

  • Bethel, Jacobs rock; Gen.28:11-19, the place where Samuel judged; 1 Sam.7:16 and location of the Temple Jeroboam; 1 Kings 12:26-33.
  • Qubur Bani Yisrael. An Israelite tomb. Some say it is a monument for Rachel. 1 Sam.10;2
  • Tomb of Joshua. Josh. 24:30 (Area B)
  • Tomb of Gideon. Judges 8:32
  • Three Seas Outlook in Itamar
  • Border area Manashe/Efraim (by Jeep)
  • Mount Kabir/Elon Moreh. Where Abram arrived in the land of Israël. Gen 12:6. Outlook over Biblical Tirzah and Tirzah valley. 1 Kings 15:33
  • Mount Ebal, Joshua’s altar. Josh.8:30,31 (Area B)
  • Ancient Samaria, the Capital of the Ten Tribes built by and for King Omri and King Achab.  Elia came to Achab in this city. Herod built the city Sebastia here. 1 Kings 16:24, 1 Kings 18 (Area B)
  • Mount Gerizim, Har Bracha; Josephs Outlook overlooking Biblical Shechem (Tel Balata), one of the cities of refuge, Joseph’s tomb and Jacobs well. Josh. 8:32, Samaritan Museum and community, Mount Gerizim National Park
  • Optional (Area A): Shechem/Nablus; Josephs tomb, Tel Balata, (Ancient Shechem) the Biblical town Shechem, Jacob’s well. Gen.33:18, Josh 24:1
  • Ancient Shiloh. The place where for hundreds of years the Tabernacle stood. Josh 18:1
  • Biblical Michmash cliff in Adam where Jonathan battled the Philistines. 1 Sam. 14:15
  • Gilgal, the first station when the people of Israel arrived in the land. Deut. 11:30, Josh. 4:20
  • Nebi Shmuel, tomb of the prophet Samuel. 1 Sam. 25
  • Tel Ai & Biblical Mizpah view. 1 Sam.7:16
  • Biblical Gibea, where King Saul lived. 1 Sam. 15:34. In 1967, before the 6-day war, the Jordanian King wanted to built his Jerusalem palace there but was never finished.

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Further you can visit:

  • Har Bracha winery
  • Shilo Winery
  • Tura Winery
  • Har Bracha, Samaritan Tahini factory

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We happy to assist you with accommodations in Samaria as well !!!

 

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Machpela (Hebron), Ancient Susya, Mamre, Rujium el-Chamri, Davids Cave

Tel Ziph/Ziph wilderness, Ancient Hebron, Biblical Yatir, Herodion

City of David (Jerusalem), Patriarchs Route, Biblical Lachish, Elah valley

Shechem (Nablus), Gerizim National Park, Gilgal, Ancient Shechem (Tel Balata)

Mount Kabir (Elon Moreh), Samaritan Community, Ebal & Gerizim, Joshua’s altar

Biblical Shiloh, Bethel, Samaria (Sebastia), Joshua’s altar view

Michmas, Jonatans cliff, Qubur Bani Yisrael

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If you are looking for a hospitality experience that you will remember for years to come – please feel free to contact us or scroll below to ask for a quote.

Judea Experience Accommodations & Tours
Aryel Tsion
Incoming Tourist Coordinator & Licensed Tour Guide
judeaexperience@susya.org
Tel/WhatsApp +972523003117
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