From St George to Jericho Center, From Jericho Center to Sami's Hostel St. George is preserved in the Church of St. John and St. George Above the Church of the Virgin Mary
The drive to the top to see the view is a beautiful drive. We drove to see the Monastery...we thought it closed at 7pm however we were told that the hours the day we stopped in were 8-1pm. From the parking area it is a short walk to see the view of the Monastery. There are locals selling necklaces and... 更多
Michael Jakeman was our tour guide for the day and he was excellent. He gave an unbiased view of living in Palestine as a christian which we appreciated as it was our first day in the area and we did not know what to expect. St George's monastery was our first stop and what a way to start! The climb... 更多
We parked on the car park and walked down the steep hill winding down the side of the high cliffs. It is safe waking down but it is very steep and not recommended for the very young or old. Make sure you take water down with you! The Monastery was closed when we got there bit the walk and building... 更多
This is very interesting to see and there are trails in the area if you are interested in some desert hiking. We were not able to enter the monastery because it was only open to pilgrims but seeing the monastery from the outside was also well worth the trip. We drove here on our own, not with a tour group.
The monastery is a breathtaking construction in the rocks deep down in a valley. We stopped by on our way from Bethlehem to Jericho and the Dead Sea. It is absolutely worth going there. If you would like to walk all the way down to the monastery, it, of course, will require a lot more time than just passing by... 更多
The monastery is amazing from the outside. The road to get to it is a little demanding, since it's very steep. However, it takes around 15 minutes walking to get to it. Is highly recommended to see a different scenario from Israel
We hired a car and drove to St Georges on Christmas Eve. As soon as we got out of the car we were mobbed by vendors selling souvenirs, they also tried to sell us donkey rides to the monastery which is several hundred meters down in a deep gorge. We said no very firmly, but a guy with a donkey... 更多
Came here otw to Amman for flight home. Drop by at a look out point for breathtaking view of an Impressive cliff hanging greek monastery where it was thought that Elijah hid in a cave and was fed by ravens. Nice! If only we had time for picnic. Heard it's open to pilgrims.