Fair Tourism is an online resource for individuals, groups, group leaders, tour guides, and tour operators, who seek to provide a deeper understanding of the realities in the Holy Land. Whether looking to plan an entire trip, or looking to add one program element to a tour, here you can find the resources to learn more about the underlying issues facing the people who live here.


Fair Tourism Portrays a multi-faceted reality, provides information about local communities, encourages tourists to engage with varying narratives, and creates a direct encounter between visitors and representatives of the local population.

Fair Tourism is an expansion of the sustainable tourism model (which denotes the commitment of the traveler to endeavor to preserve the values and environment of the destination), created in order to encompass the political-cultural complexity of the travel destination.


Saint Lazare Holy Land- Green Pilgrim

ADAShA: The Jerusalem Center for Interreligious Encounter


Jerusalem PeaceMakers

Nes Ammim


Arab Orthodox Society

Havaya Druzit



EcoPeace Middle East

Open House Jewish Arab Center in Ramle

Wahat al-Salam – Neve Shalom


Green Olive Tours

Siraj Center for Holy Land studies

Eco Israel Tours

Coordinating Catholic Aid Organisations

Centre for Biblical Formation

Abraham Tours and Hostel

Gush-Etzion Tourism

Arava Institute for Environmental Studies

A New Dawn in the Negev

Bedouin Experience

The Museum of Pioneer Settlement – the Jizreel Valley

The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Dev

Kids4Peace Jerusalem


The Elijah Interfaith Institute

Beit Hagefen

Combatants for Peace

The Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC)

Ir Amim

Palestine Peace Society

Galilee Foundation for Value Education

Keshet Educational Journeys

Breaking Bread Journeys

Juha’s Guesthouse and Tours

Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality

Women Wage Peace


Samaritan Museum

SK Tours and Fair Travel

Emek Shaveh

Givat Haviva – International Department

Musalaha Ministry of Reconciliation