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Hiking & Biking

There is no better way to explore the culture and landscape of Palestine than on foot. There are two long-distance trails, as well as a whole network of shorter walks, from gentle afternoon strolls to challenging desert scrambles. Explore them here.

Hiking & Biking
Explorations and Encounters
Explorations and Encounters

In Palestine, every stone has a history. From the streets of Jerusalem to the monasteries in the desert, these programs are designed to help explore Palestine’s heritage in the company of real experts and, of course, local people.

People & Solidarity

Conventional tourism often ignores the contemporary culture and political realities of life in Palestine. These programs, by contrast, invite visitors to deepen their understanding of the country’s complex social and political landscape by meeting with and working alongside local people.

People & Solidarity
Festivals
Festivals

Festivals have been part of Palestinian life for centuries. From ancient religious rituals to contemporary literary festivals, each celebration has its own special character. But they almost always involve food, music and laughter. Show up at any of these events, and one will be sure to receive a warm Palestinian welcome.

Handicrafts & Local Products

From traditional street markets to new Fair Trade projects, these events and exhibitions bring together some of the best Palestinian produce, artwork, textiles, glass, olive wood, and ceramics.

Handicrafts & Local Products
Environment and Wildlife
Environment and Wildlife

Palestine is home to ecosystems of astonishing diversity and global importance, including the Jordan Valley that connects Africa to Asia and offers passage for millions of the world’s migratory birds. The programs offered here will help you to explore these beautiful landscapes, while at the same time helping to preserve them for future generations.