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10 Best Places to Visit in Palestinian Territories


Visa Free for Philippine Passport Holders + Tipid Tips when Travelling Abroad


Philippine passport holders can now visit 66 travel destinations visa-free, making the Philippine passport the world's 70th most powerful in the world out of 105 destinations, according to the 2018 Henley Passport Index.

Last year, Filipinos had visa-free access to 61 travel destinations and ranked 75th out of 104 destinations.

The 66 destinations where Philippine passport holders have visa-free access (including visa on arrival or electronic travel authority), according to Henley Passport Index, are the following:

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Hong Kong (SAR China)
Kyrgyzstan *

Macao (SAR China)
Maldives *

Nepal *
Sri Lanka *

Tajikistan *
Timor-Leste *

Benin *
Cape Verde Islands *
Comores Islands *
Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
Djibouti *

Guinea-Bissau *
Kenya *
Madagascar *
Malawi *

Mauritania *
Mauritius *
Mozambique *

Seychelles *
Somalia *
Tanzania *
Togo *
Uganda *

Cook Islands
Marshall Islands *

Palau Islands *
Papua New Guinea *
Samoa *
Tuvalu *

St. Lucia *
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago *

Costa Rica
Nicaragua *

Armenia *
Iran *
Palestinian Territory

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This episode of DIY Destinations featuring Israel, and its FREE and inexpensive, must-see attractions from the North to the South, including Tel Aviv Port, Banana Beach, Old Jaffa and Jaffa Flea Market, Ben Gurion House, Carmel Market, Beit Guvrin National Park, Tiberias, Sea of Galilee, Golan Heights' Quneitra Observation Point for view of Syria, Basilica of the Annunciation and Salesian Church of Jesus the Adolescent in Nazareth. As well as nightlife in Haifa, along with Mount Carmel, Stella Maris Monastery, Bahai Gardens, Carmelit Metro Subway and Grand Canyon Mall. We'll end our journey in Eilat and taken a look of both King City and the free beaches for snorkelling Princess Beach near the Taba Crossing to Egypt.

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Visa FREE countries for Indians | Top 10 countries where Indians can Travel without Visa (2020)

Do you know there are many countries where Indians can travel without a Visa? In this video, we talk about those countries where Indian passport holders can enter those counties without a visa. The main reason for it is because of the policy of that country towards and India. The list of countries mentioned in this video requires no passport for Indian citizens. We also have listed some places which are little danger to travel and up to how many days the travel visa is applied. Even though some amount may be paid to those countries travel agencies but is completely VISA FREE.
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Mauritus jane keliey apko flight pakadana hoga.Mumabai to Mauritius and return which cost around 40000.Visa is free but also need to show the return as well the accommodation bill


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Indonesia keliey apko visa nahi chaihey or visa free hai .magar documents hona chahiey iskeliey passport ki jarrorat hai,apka round trip ka ticket chahiey,paisa chahiey,currency exchange bhi karna hoga,boarding pass,hotel ka booking karna hai or aap imigration office mein jakey seal bhi karta hai.iskeliey apko kitna trip ka details bhi hona chahiey.bags customs check karna hai,India sey jakarta ya bali ko ticket lena padega.
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#Palestine #Jerusalem #Israel
We crossed into Palestine from Israel to visit the city of Bethlehem, the supposed birthplace of Jesus. Our driver, a local Palestinian man, told us about the plight of the Palestinians, and their struggles with the Israeli army. He then took us to the see the Israeli West Bank barrier, a wall which separates the West Bank from Jerusalem. We returned to Israel in the night after visiting the Banksy Museum.

Our perception of Palestine, a place of terrorism and violence (what we see in the media) was totally changed in the half day we spent there. The people were friendly, the city beautiful and the food delicious! We highly recommend it to anyone visiting the middle east.

Then, we spent 2 days exploring the old city of Jerusalem.

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My Experience in Palestine | Not What I Expected | Travel Vlog

Before I went I really did not know what to expect all I had in my mind was this negative image that you see in the news and on the TV!
Now that I have been I would say this one expectation I had based on what the media show us is more than likely the reality... however I think Palestine is not somewhere to fear! It is not what i expected and was actually an incredibly cool place to visit! The people I encountered were kind and hospitable! The Banksy wall was definitely my favourite place I visited and was really moving! I really love to travel to places and show the real side! I really enjoyed filming this vlog and I hope you guys enjoy it too!

This is the last episode from the Israel Travel series! I really hope you enjoyed it!
I must say it was one of my favourites to film!

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Walking Holiday in Palestine

Whatever you choose to call it -- Palestine; the Palestinian Territories; the Holy Land; the West Bank -- this ancient land remains one of the most fascinating - and controversial - places on the planet. On this 9-day trip - and in contrast to many other trips in the region - our aim is to travel (predominantly on foot) with neither a political nor a religious agenda, but instead with the aim of gaining an insight into the everyday lives and rich culture of the Palestinian people and experiencing a rarely seen side of the Middle East. My name is Marc Leaderman, I run the Group Tours department at Wild Frontiers, and in this video I am going to explain a little more about our 'Wild Walk In Palestine'.

After transferring from Tel Aviv airport, the tour starts in the old city of Nablus with its medieval souk and then travels slowly south as we walk from village to village, staying mainly with local families. From the fertile valleys of ancient Samaria we then skirt along the edge of the Rift valley and head down below sea-level to the shores of the Dead Sea before finally making our way through the Judean desert and on to Bethlehem and finally Jerusalem.
For anyone that enjoys really getting below the surface of a country, this must rank as one of the very best tours that we offer. Not only do we get to walk and talk with a whole range of Palestinians eager to share their stories, but by actually staying in some of their homes we also get the chance to experience a little of their daily life and their wonderful food -- this is not a trip for those looking to lose weight! In addition, for a trip which actually covers only a relatively small distance, the variety of the scenery and the sights is quite astounding. On one day we might find ourselves wandering through olive groves & deserted Roman hilltop towns and then having lunch with some refugees; on another we might pass Byzantine era churches in a desert wadi before having dinner with some Bedouin in their camp.
This is not a major trekking trip, but on most days there'll be at least 3-4 hrs of walking. And in fact many of the paths we take form part of the so-called Abraham Trail which National Geographic in 2014 voted as one of the world's best new walks. But, as with all our wild walks, there is a lot more to this trip just walking, and whether it's eating knafeh (a baked cheese dessert, drenched in syrup) from a street seller in Nablus souk, sampling a beer from Palestine's only micro-brewery in Taybeh or walking the millennia-old streets of Jerusalem's old city, this trip is guaranteed to leave you with many lifelong memories.
Despite having led trips all over the world, this trip remains one of my all-time favourites and I would unreservedly recommend the Wild Walk in Palestine to anyone looking for something which offers a glimpse into this rarely visited...and rarely understood, yet utterly welcoming and eternally fascinating part of the world.

DIY Destinations - Palestine / Palestinian Territories Budget Travel Show | Full Episode

This special episode of DIY Destinations featuring occupied Palestine, and its FREE and inexpensive, must-see attractions from the North to the South, including from understanding the importance and visiting oldest olive tree in al-Walaja, the birthplace of Jesus in Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, and retracing his footstep in Wadi Qelt to Jericho along the way visiting St. George Monastery and Mount of Temptation, Hisham's Palace and Herod's Palace. We'll also visit Aida Refugee Camps to see the realty of life under military occupation and Al-Shuhada Street. We'll also sample the street food and sweet Kanafeh in Nablus and experience Turkish bath. In Jenin, we'll visit Cinema Jenin Project and famous largest oldest church in the world in Burgin's St. George Church. All done safely, inexpensive and easily!

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory : 1. The Walled Off Hotel ***
2. Dar Sitti Aziza ***
3. Hosh Al-Syrian Guesthouse
4. Talitha Kumi Guest House ***
5. Jacir Palace Hotel *****
6. innova8ion ***
7. Manger Square Hotel ****
8. Habibi Hostel
9. Dar al Majus
10. Shepherd Plaza Hotel

1. 182 Caritas St, Bethlehem, Palestine, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $164 - $490
The Walled Off Hotel is located next to the separation wall in Bethlehem, Palestine providing visitors with a strong sense of history, spirituality and emotion.
2. Anatra Street , Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $148 - $180
Located in Bethlehem, Dar Sitti Aziza offers unique traditional accommodations. Free WiFi is available in the rooms.
3. Hosh Al Syrian,, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $57 - $137
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Hosh Al-Syrian Guest house offers pet-friendly accommodations in Bethlehem. The hotel has a sun terrace and views of the garden. Guests can enjoy dining at the property's gourmet restaurant which requires booking in advance.
4. Beit Jala - P.O Box 7 , PL Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $95 - $139
Offering buffet restaurant, Talitha Kumi Guest House is located in Beit Jala. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Bethlehem Church is 3.1 mi away.
5. Jerusalem-Hebron Road, 55555 Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $50 - $1115
Located just 200 m from Rachel’s Tomb, Jacir Palace features a beautiful palatial façade and a charming courtyard with palm trees. Guests can relax by the outdoor pool or at the spa.
6. Attan street 21, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $100 - $148
Located in Bethlehem, a 12-minute walk from Church of the Nativity, innova8ion provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a terrace. The property is around a 14-minute walk from St. Catherine's Church, 4.7 km from Rachel's Tomb and 2.7 km from Bethlehem University. The property has a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, room service and free WiFi throughout the property.
7. Manger Street , Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $122 - $190
Manger Square Hotel is located in Bethlehem, just few steps from Nativity Church and Manger Square. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel.
8. Palestine St Second Floor, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $20 - $48
Located in Bethlehem and with Church of the Nativity reachable within a few steps, Habibi Hostel has express check-in and check-out, rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi throughout the property and a garden. Featuring a shared kitchen, this property also provides guests with a grill. The property provides evening entertainment and a 24-hour front desk.
9. 56, Star Street, Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $70 - $90
Located in Bethlehem, a few steps from Manger Square, Dar al Majus provides accommodations with a garden, private parking and a terrace. Located around a 2-minute walk from St. Catherine's Church, the guesthouse with free WiFi is also 275 m away from Umar Mosque. The guesthouse has family rooms.
10. Mountain Road, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $95 - $166
Situated on one of Betlehem’s highest hills, The Shepherd Plaza Hotel is located in Betlehem’s City Centre with easy access to Jordan borders. It offers free WiFi in all areas and a fully equipped spa & fitness center.

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Londoners in Palestine: A Travel Guide to Ramallah and the West Bank!

We Went To Palestine and it was an unforgettable experience. The media makes you very fearful to visit this region, but we had to get over that fear and see it for ourselves. We visited Ramallah, Jericho, The River Jordan, and Bethlehem. It was a great trip and we will definitely visit again. Here is our travel guide in Palestine and we hope you guys enjoy the video.

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Jericho, the Palestinian Authority - A Car tour through the streets and the city's historical sites

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My name is Zahi Shaked
In 2000 I became a registered liscenced tourist guide.
My dedication in life is to pass on the ancient history of the Holy Land.

Following upon many years of travel around the world, which was highlighted by a very exciting emotional and soul-searching meeting with the Dalai Lama, I realized that I had a mission. To pass on the the history of the Holy Land, its religions, and in particular, the birth and development of Christianity.

In order to fulfill this calling in the best way possible, I studied in depth, visited, and personally experienced each and every important site of the ancient Christians. I studied for and received my first bachelors degree in the ancient history of the Holy Land, and am presently completing my studies for my second degree.(Masters)

Parralel to my studies, and in order to earn a living, I was employed for many years in advertising. What I learned there was how to attract the publics attention, generate and, increase interest, and assimilate information. All this I use as tools to describe, explain and deepen the interest in the sites that we visit. From my experience, I have learned that in this way, the Holy Land becomes more than just history, and that the large stones that we see scattered about in dissaray, join together one by one until they become - a Byzantine Church. This also happens when I lead a group of Pilgrims in the Steps of Jesus. We climb to the peak of Mount Precipice, glide over the land to the Sea of Galilee, land on the water and see the miracle which enfolds before us. This is a many faceted experience. Not only history which you will remember and cherish, but an experience which I hope will be inplanted in your hearts and minds, and will accompany you all the days of your life.

Mount of Temptation Monastery in Jericho, Palestinian Territories

The Monastery of the Temptation is a Greek Orthodox monastery located in Jericho, Palestine. It was built on the slopes of the Mount of Temptation 350 meters above sea level, situated along a cliff overlooking the city of Jericho and the Jordan Valley.

It currently serves as a tourist attraction and its land is under the full jurisdiction of the Palestinian National Authority, although the monastery is owned and managed by the Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem.

Perched upon a sheer cliff face, Mount of Temptation Monastery looks out over panoramic views of the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and dramatic surrounding mountains. Regarded by the Orthodox church as the spot where the devil once tempted Jesus during the latter's 40-day fast, the site has existed in some form since 6 CE, developed and reconstructed over thousands of years. Ride the cable car or hike the steep 400 m incline to the summit. Once there, wonder at the impressive carving of the monastery, cut directly into the cliff face some 350 m above sea level.

Northwest of central Jericho, the hillside of Qarantal plays an important role in Christian tradition. This is a major point of interest for Christian visitors who know the hill as the Mount of Temptation, where Jesus Christ fasted after being baptized in the Jordan River by John the Baptist. In AD 340, St. Chariton built a chapel on the hill summit, and another was built by the cave in which Jesus is said to have sheltered. The Greek Orthodox Church acquired the site in 1875 and in 1895 built the Sarandarion Monastery (the name refers to the 40 days of Jesus' fast) halfway up the hill. From the monastery, a steep path runs up to the summit on which you can visit the remains of St. Chariton's original chapel. The views from the top across the arid hills are fantastic. For those that don't fancy the hike, the Jericho Cable Car runs from Jericho up to the summit, with excellent views across the countryside along the way.

It has interesting history by self.

A fortress built by the Seleucids called Doq stood at the summit of the mountain. It was captured by the Hasmoneans and it was here that Simon Maccabaeus was murdered by his son-in-law Ptolemy.

The earliest monastery was constructed by the Byzantines in the 6th century CE above the cave traditionally said to be that where Jesus spent forty days and forty nights fasting and meditating during the temptation of Satan, about three kilometers northwest of Jericho. The monastery receives its name from the mountain which the early Christians referred to as the Mount of the Temptation. The Mount of Temptation was identified by Augusta Helena of Constantinople as one of the holy sites in her pilgrimage in 326 CE.

Palestine, including Jericho, was conquered by the Arabs under the Islamic Caliphate of Umar ibn al-Khattab in the 630s.

When the Crusaders conquered the area in 1099, they built two churches on the site: one in a cave halfway up the cliff and a second on the summit. They referred to the site as Mons Quarantana (from Quaranta meaning forty in Italian, the number of days in the Gospel account of Jesus's fast).

The land upon which the modern monastery was built was purchased by the Orthodox Church in 1874. In 1895, the monastery was constructed around a crude cave chapel that marks the stone where Jesus sat during his fast.

The Orthodox Church, along with its Palestinian Orthodox followers purchaser,[dubious – discuss] originally attempted to build a church at the summit, but were unsuccessful; the unfinished walls of that church are located on a slope above the monastery.

As of 2002, three Orthodox monks were dwelling in the monastery and were guiding visitors to the site.

In 1998, a cable car was built from Jericho's Tell es-Sultan to the level of the monastery by an Austrian-Swiss company as a tourist attraction for the year 2000. At present there is a restaurant, a cafe and a souvenir shop at the monastery entrance for the tourists.

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Ramallah 4k - Tour in the Streets of Ramallah - Palestine

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#Ramallah (Arabic: رام_الله# ‎, romanized: About this sound Rām Allāh, lit. 'God's Height' is a Palestinian city in the central West Bank located 10 km (6 miles) north of Jerusalem at an average elevation of 880 meters (2,890 ft) above sea level, adjacent to al-Bireh. It currently serves as the de facto administrative capital of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). Ramallah was historically an Arab Christian town. Muslims form the majority of the population with Christians making up a significant minority.


The world fastest growing tourist destinations in 2017

The world fastest growing tourist destinations in 2017

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#10 Israel +25,1%
#9 Mongolia +28,3%
#8 Nicaragua +28,4%
#7 Uruguay +30,2%
#6 Vietnam +31,2%
#5 Tunisia +32,5%
#4 Iceland +34,9%
#3 Northern Mariana Islands +37,3%
#2 Eygpt +51,0%
#1 Palestinian territories +57,8%

The Top Ten Amazing Abandoned Airports Around the World

The Top Ten Amazing Abandoned Airports Around the World

10-Pearls Airport, Grenville, Grenada
09-Ellinikon International Airport,Athens,Greece
08-Kai Tak International Airport,Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
07-Floyd Bennett Field, New York City, United States
06-Gaza International Airport,Gaza Strip,Palestinian territories
05-Croydon Airport,Croydon,London,United Kingdom
04-Gila River Memorial Airport,Arizona,United States
03-Castellón–Costa Azahar Airport,Benlloch,Spain
02-Berlin Tempelhof,Berlin,Germany
01-Nicosia International Airport, West of Nicosia, Cyprus

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The Local Palestinian People

Palestine is rich with its people, its ancient history and picturesque nature. Masar Ibrahim Al-Khalil is your chance to get to know Palestine and to have a contributing role in developing the community-based tourism.


Finally got the chance to visit one of the holiest sites, JERUSALEM. The place is so beautiful I urge every single one of you watching/reading this to step your foot there if you may. My personal favourite place is hands down, THE AQSA SANCTUARY in Jerusalem, where the mosques and Islamic historical sites stand. The morning walks to Aqsa Mosque in the shivering winter weather (its winter there in Jan) was one of the things I miss the most! We also went to the West Bank (Jericho and Hebron) to visit the maqams of our late Prophets. In Israel, we went to the Dead Sea and the city of Tel Aviv. Definitely coming back if I'm given the opportunity and of course, money! Haha.

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1) Al-Aqsa or Baitul Maqdis Sanctuary / Dome of the Rock / Al Qibli Mosque
2) The Old City of Jerusalem
3) Church of the Holy Sepulchre
4) The Wailing Wall / Western Wall
5) Al-Aqsa Top View
6) Entrance to Al-Aqsa via Bab A-Zahara
7) Basement of Al-Qibli Mosque
8) Hebron, West Bank, Palestine Territories
9) Maqam Nabi Ibrahim
10) Jericho, West Bank, Palestine Territories
11) Maqam Nabi Musa / Nabi Musa Mosque
12) The Dead Sea
13) Mahmoudiya Mosque, Tel Aviv
14) Mediterranean Sea

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Palestine - A Unique Tourism Destination

This video segment showcases Palestine as a tourism destination that offers selective programs with a wide range of tourism facilities to cater to the needs of all sort of travelers.
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The Top Ten Oldest Cities In The World

The Top Ten Oldest Cities In The World

10-Beirut, Lebanon
09-Gaziantep, Turkey
08-Plovdiv, Bulgaria
07-Sidon, Lebanon
06-Faiyum, Egypt
05-Susa, Iran
04-Damascus, Syria
03-Aleppo, Syria
02-Byblos, Lebanon
01-Jericho, Palestinian Territories

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