Groups and Organizations

Green Olive Tours can provide a memorable experience for your group or organization. Private group tours can be based on our published day-tours or multi-day tours, or can be crafted especially for your group.

Whether you are organising a faith-based tour or pilgrimage, a study tour of the Occupied Territories, or want to experience the natural beauty of the country, we can help. Our tour leaders can work with you to create an itinerary that best reflects the needs of your group.

Pilgrimage or faith-based tours can combine visits to important religious sites with meetings between your group and indigenous religious leaders. Inter-religious dialogue can also be facilitated through meetings with rabbis, immams, sheikhs, ministers or priests.

We can also organise visits to faith-based or secular organisations devoted to peace and justice in the land, or meetings with political activists and NGOs in Israel and the Palestinian Territories.

For specialised groups it it possible to visit labor unions, hospitals, women's organisations or political parties, in both Israel and the West Bank.

For groups interested in the environment we can organise hikes and walks, visits to organic farms and permaculture facilities some of which also have overnight accommodations.

Above all we can provide guides that bring the country to life in a meaningful way, providing expertise about the sites, the people, the politics and the land.

If you or your organisation are considering a tour, please fill out the form below for a no-obligation consultation that could be the beginning of a trip of a lifetime.


  • 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.
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