Unfiltered Conflict West Bank Tours - Wild-Trails

The West Bank Tours with Wild-Trails are without parallel. On our conflict tours we present a complete picture that is wholly without judgement. These tours in the West Bank are especially important for us, because we believe that travel builds bridges and solves conflicts. We invite you to join us on an unfiltered journey into the lives of the real people living in the West Bank.  

A Day with the Shepherds: Palestinian Bedouins

Unfiltered Culture Tour: A Day with Palestinian Bedouin Shepherds Savor a real experience, by spending a day with the Palestinian Bedouin shepherds. Every day the shepherds take their herds of sheep and goats to pasture in the peaks of Mount Hebron. The rocky landscape and clean air are a perk of their workday, as is the magnificent view of the desert from the top of the mountain. However, there is a lot more to their life than the nature that surrounds them. Join this unfiltered cultural experience to have a glimpse into the lives of the Palestinian Bedouins, take in the magnificent place where they live and work, and enjoy a cup of sweet Bedouin tea out in the field as you chat with them about their life. Click on the "Book Now!" button on the right, and then select the date for which you would like to book the tour. Scroll down to the arrow, and click your way through to fill in your information. You will be all signed up in no time!

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Behind the Fence: Israeli Settlers - an Unfiltered Conflict Tour in the West Bank

Behind the Fence: Israeli Settlers Let go of your biases, and see what happens for real, with our signature Unfiltered West Bank tours by Wild-Trails! We hear a lot from the media about the settlers and the West Bank in general, but very few people take the step to actually visit. With this West Bank tour, we wanted to give you an insight into life in the Israeli settlements, without making a statement. These are real people living in a real place, much like their Palestinian neighbors. On this tour we will learn about life in the settlements, particularly the infamous Maon Farm, which has received a lot of media coverage and is considered a symbol of the Israeli settlements. We know these West Bank tours might be controversial, but we believe that borders do not exist between humans and that cultural exchange is the only way to build bridges between people. That’s what makes traveling a tool to change the world and make it a better place. This means interacting with both sides, without casting judgment. We trust that once you experience this tour you can decide for yourself what is right and what is wrong, and learn that things are more complex than they seem. We greatly recommend completing the experience by also booking Behind the Fence: Palestinian Bedouins, another one of our unfiltered West Bank tours, looking into the lives of the Palestinians living on Mount Hebron. You can book the two tours on two separate days, or you can go for the comprehensive Fence Facing Fence tour, accompanied by Gilad Sade, an expert in travel to conflict zones around the world. In addition to visiting the Israeli settlers and Palestinian Bedouins, this tour also includes visits to other key sites on Mount Hebron.

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Behind the Fence: Palestinian Bedouins - an Unfiltered Conflict Tour in the West Bank

Behind the Fence: Palestinian Bedouins Get behind the fence, and make a real, personal connection with the Palestinian Bedouins! With this tour we wanted to give you an insight into life in the villages of the Palestinian Bedouins on Mount Hebron, without making a statement. These are real people living in a real place, and we want you to really meet them, without the media’s spin. This is how we do our Unfiltered West Bank tours.    The Bedouins on Mount Hebron live a little differently than those in other parts of the Middle East. They are no longer nomadic, nor do they live in the desert. Instead, they’ve adapted their customs to life on the mountain, with its cooler climate and greener flora, where they live in extreme proximity to Israeli Settlements, only separated by a fence. During this cultural experience we will sit in their tent, drink sweet tea, and have an open chat. We will have a tour of their village, and see how they live day to day. We know our West Bank tours might be controversial, but we believe that borders do not exist between humans, and that cultural exchange is the only way to build bridges between people. That’s what makes traveling a tool to change the world and make it a better place. This means interacting with both sides, without casting judgment. We trust that once you experience our West Bank tours you can decide for yourself what is right and what is wrong, and learn that things are more complex than they seem. We greatly recommend completing the experience by also booking Behind the Fence: Israeli Settlers, another Unfiltered West Bank tour looking into the lives of the settlers living on Mount Hebron. You can book the two tours on two separate days or you can go for the comprehensive Fence Facing Fence Tour, accompanied by Gilad Sade, an expert in travel to conflict zones around the world. In addition to visiting the Israeli settlers and Palestinian Bedouins, this tour also includes visits to other key sites on Mount Hebron.

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Fence Facing Fence

Join us for an unfiltered excursion deep into the heart of the world's most infamous conflict. On this tour you'll visit unrecognized Israeli and Palestinian villages, speak with the inhabitants, and gain an understanding of the conflict without the media’s propaganda. Media platforms, politicians, and even the UN cannot give you what we can: a real, in-depth look.  no filters no angles - just people. This is your chance to really meet and talk with the people behind the news in the most talked-about region in the world: the Hebron Mountain Range in the South West Bank. We’re going to pay a visit to a Palestinian Bedouin family AND Jewish settlers. Two different, separate worlds living door to door, fence to fence. We know this tour might be controversial, but we believe that borders do not exist between humans and that cultural exchange is the only way to build bridges between people. That’s what makes traveling a tool to change the world and make it a better place. This means interacting with both sides, without casting judgment. We trust that once you experience this tour you can decide for yourself what is right and what is wrong, and learn that things are more complex than they seem. This tour is led by Gilad Sade, an expert in travel to conflict zones all over the world, and who, himself, used to live on Mount Hebron.  Even if you’ve experienced many cultures on your travels, this tour will take you into the heart of one of the most unique societies in the Middle East and will give an insight into the lives of the locals. You'll learn that there are more than two sides to this story. A minimum of 8 participants is necessary to book this tour. 

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