While it can be tempting to just chill out when visiting Husan, don't forget, the surrounding region's numerous scenic and cultural delights lie just beyond your doorstep. If you'd like to find even more places to explore, check out the Ramallah Park and Ramallah Palace of Culture in and around Ramallah, which is roughly 13 miles (21 kilometers) to the south of Husan.
Head to the State of Palestine's nature museums, history museums and indoor markets. These are great places to hang out, especially on unpleasant days. If you're searching for things to see that won't break the bank, set aside some time to explore the State of Palestine's numerous outdoor attractions such as open-air markets, gardens and open-air museums.
If you're the kind of traveler who prefers to take the slow lane while holidaying, Husan offers great bird watching and cycling.
For lots of people, experiencing new horizons is as much about local food as it is about taking photos of sights so make the effort to try the dishes for which this area is known. Amongst the many elements frequently used in this area are lentils and fish. Check out some popular menu items including taboon bread (flatbread wrap) and maqluba (meat, rice and vegetables). Kunafeh (sweetened cheese pastry) is a typical final course. Try a tamar hindi ( tamarind juice), an non-alcoholic Palestine beverage that is very common in this region.
When booking your vacation to Husan, it's handy to remember that the nearest major airport, Ben Gurion Airport, is located in in Tel Aviv, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest.