When it comes to getting the best from your precious vacation time, keep in mind that Biddu is merely just the start; the State of Palestine features an abundance of wonderful places to visit. While here, consider a trip to the Ramallah Park and Ramallah Palace of Culture in and around Ramallah, approximately 5 miles (8 kilometers) to the southwest of Biddu.
One of the best ways to understand a place is by discovering its history. Make the time to visit the traditional villages while you are here. If the weather forecast keeps you indoors, head to the State of Palestine's indoor markets, nature museums and history museums.
No holiday is complete without a bit of rest and recuperation. Bird watching is one way to relax here and cycling is another.
For many travelers, experiencing new horizons is as much about eating and drinking as it is about visiting tourist attractions so be sure to explore the meals in the area's restaurants. Lentils and also fish are often included as part of dishes here. Don't wrap up your time in the State of Palestine without trying out taboon bread (flatbread wrap) and also maqluba (meat, rice and vegetables). Those who can still find room for a little more, should try kunafeh (sweetened cheese pastry), a great way to round out your Palestine culinary experience. And of course, whatever time it is, the State of Palestine is a great place to have tamar hindi ( tamarind juice).
Sadly, vacations can't last forever, so when it's time fly home, you'll find the nearest major airport in Tel Aviv, 20 miles (32 kilometers) away.