Neveh Shalom/Wahat al Salam directions

Google Map

From Tel Aviv or the Ben Gurion Airport:

  1. Take the Tel Aviv - Jerusalem Highway (No. 1) in the direction of Jerusalem.
  2. At the Latrun Interchange, come off the highway. Turn right in direction of Beer Sheba.
  3. Continue straight for about 3 kilometers to the "Nachshon / Newe Shalom" exit. Follow the exit road, then turn left and follow signs to "Newe Shalom"(about 4 kilometers).

GIF - 19.5 kb
Location of NSWAS in Israel

JPEG - 160.4 kb

JPEG - 62.2 kb
Reaching NSWAS
From Jerusalem:
- Take the Tel Aviv - Jerusalem Highway (No. 1) in the direction of Tel Aviv and exit (from the right) at the Latrun Interchange. From the exit road turn left in direction of Beer Sheba, and then proceed as described in point 3 above.

Reaching the Village by Taxi

Naturally it is possible to take a taxi from anywhere in the country (towns within 15-20 minutes of the village are Ramle, Modiin and Beit Shemesh). If the driver is not familiar with Neve Shalom / Wahat al-Salam, you can explain to her/him that it is located between the Nachson and Latroun Junctions. Tip: It is usually cheaper to hail a taxi than to order one in advance.

Reaching the Village by Bus

On Sunday to Thursday, there is a local bus service three times a day. Bus No. 24 leaves from Ramle Central Bus Station for Neve Shalom at 8:15 AM, 12:00 PM and 6:15 PM. On Fridays, there is only one bus, at 8:15 AM.
For information about reaching Ramle by bus, please consult the web site of the Egged Bus Company (
For information about reaching Ramle by train, please consult the web site of Israel Railways (

  • Banksy Tour to Bethlehem
    This tour will showcase surviving Bansky originals rendered on the Separation Wall that Israel built to restrict Palestinians from free movement around the West Bank and into Israel.
  • Gaza Border Tour
    See Gaza from up close, learn about the blockade & visit Erez crossing.
  • Galilee & Nazareth Tour
    Visit The Yardenit Baptism site & Roman Ruins, Explore life in the 40's by visiting a destroyed Palestinian village and meet Bedouin Communities.
  • __________________________________________________