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Alternative Travel Opportunities
Alternative travel in the Holy Land provides an added benefit to pilgrimage by connecting you with the Living Stones of Palestine who live under military occupation. Visit the holy Christian sites, worship in ancient Palestinian Christian churches, walk where Jesus walked and bear witness to the realities of occupation — military checkpoints, refugee camps, Israel’s Apartheid Wall, bypass roads, illegal settlements and more. This Alternative Travel page is a service of Friends of Sabeel—North America. If you know of other trips coming up, please send details to: email@example.com
Alternative Tourism Group in Beit Sahour, West Bank, has published Palestine & Palestinians: A Guidebook (ISBN No. 9950-319-011-3). It is a professionally produced and very attractive book of more than 400 pages that goes beyond the scope of other guides for travelers. Palestine & Palestinians: A Guidebook provides a very detailed history of the area, as well as information on the contemporary situation. The book is illustrated with color and black/ white photos and, of course, maps of all sorts. In fact, in quality, it equals any traditional guidebook. The book is $30 and may be ordered at Palestine Online Store.
Discover the real Palestine. Tours for tourists, pilgrims, backpackers, international groups, academic delegations, journalists, photographers, researchers or NGOs. Trips are streamlined according to your specific interests: religious and historical sites, rural villages, refugee camps, academic institutions and organizations working for peace. Professional guides and translators available for journalists, photographers, diplomats or researchers.
This site provides resources that will lead you to information and experiences that are alternatives to mass tourism and mass media. It offers a broader and fairer understanding of the people and places in the land of the Bible, especially the land that was called Palestine since Roman times. Its emphasis is on Christianity in the Holy Land and it offers tools to continue your understanding and study.