Home Hospitality • Hostels • Guest Houses

Each of the accommodations have been carefully selected to provide you with an environment that will enhance your understanding of Palestinian and Israeli culture. Green Olive Tours has built relationships with each of the homeowners, hostels, and guest house proprietors listed here. They have all become friends and we hope they will become your friends also.
East Jerusalem
Home-Stay

Enjoy the hospitality of an East Jerusalem family. Selected English-speaking households are ready to host you. Breakfast and dinner included.

Beit Ummar Hostel
Palestinian village
Just south of Bethlehem. Activist community. Dormitory accommodations Pastoral & quiet.

Sebastiya
Guest House
Private rooms in restored Crusader building, just a 20-minute walk from the remains of Herod's city. A truly magical setting


Bethlehem
Permaculture Farm
Guest House

Dormitory accommodations Get away from it all in a traditional community.


Northern Negev Desert
Bedouin
Home Stay 

Warm Bedouin hospitality awaits you at a village in Israel's southern desert.

Bethlehem - Beit Sahour
Family
Home Stay

Budget prices include a home-cooked dinner and breakfast. 

Central Israel
Neveh Shalom
Wahat al Salam

The only planned Arab/Jewish community in Israel. Situated in the center of the country.

Bethlehem
Hope Flowers
Guest House

A
few minutes walk from Solomon's Pools. panoramic views.

Duma Village
Central West Bank

Family
Home Stay 

Coming Soon. A Palestinian farming family in a traditional village.

Nazareth
Fauzi Azar Inn
Dormitory accommodations or en suite private rooms in the heart of the Old City.


  • 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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