Seeking Peace: Israel & Palestine Dual Narrative Journey

Seeking Peace:
Israel & Palestine Dual Narrative Journey

Seeking Peace:
Israel & Palestine Dual Narrative Journey

Tour Dates: March 13 - 21, 2024

Registration Deadline: Friday, December 15, 2023 

Final Payments Due: Thursday, January 4, 2024


$6,550 USD per person, double occupancy ($750 due upon registration)

$8,030 per person, single occupancy ($750 due upon registration)

On this unique people-to-people journey, travelers will experience the Holy Land of Israel and Palestine through multiple perspectives with the help of two local tour guides: one Israeli and one Palestinian.

Guiding in tandem, they will discuss and highlight different political and historical opinions at each site, in an immersive travel experience that takes you behind the doors of mosques, synagogues, and churches, through active archeological dig sites, and into the homes of Jewish, Arab, Christian, and Druze families.

Local Princeton alumni will join the group along the way, sharing their own Princeton to the Holy Land stories.  

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8 nights’ accommodation (double occupancy)
1 Princeton Journeys Staff Host
2 MEJDI guides (One Palestinian and One Israeli)
Private deluxe transportation
Group arrival and departure airport transfers
Meals listed in the itinerary (8 breakfasts, 7 lunches including soft drinks/sparkling water/coffee/tea, 5 dinners including soft drinks/sparkling water/coffee/tea/up to 2 glasses of wine or beer)
Entrances, sites, and honorariums for speakers
Audio headsets on touring days if 15 participants or above
Customary tips for drivers, guides, and hotel staff
Dedicated pre-trip customer service and on-ground support
Starting at


Per Person
International airfare
Travel & Medical Insurance-HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Individual airport transfers (arrival and departure)
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
Anything not explicitly mentioned in the included section
About Your Tour Guides
Shai Goren

Shai Goren

Growing up in Jerusalem, it was always obvious for Shai that the beauty of this place was in it’s diversity. In the last few years he’s been trying to share this beauty with his travelers. He’s been a tour guide for over ten years and has worked with many groups from the US including Israel Track, Taglit, and Jewish federations.

Shai is a big fan of the unique culture that is developing in Israel & Palestine – especially music and LGBTQ life.

He’s lived in the most northern village in the country – on the border with Lebanon, to earn a B.A in Middle Eastern history and nowadays lives in Tel Aviv. Shai is a social and political activist volunteering and guiding at Ir Amim.

Husam Jubran

Husam Jubran

Husam Jubran serves as a Representative in Palestine and Jordan for the Middle East/North
Africa Social Innovators Program. He is based in Bethlehem. He has a Masters degree from Eastern Mennonite University in Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding, and a diploma in Tourism.

Mr. Jubran also works as an interfaith tour guide in the Holy Land and provides training on conflict management, crisis management, and nonviolence.

More about Husam:

Before You Register

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Flight Booking Guidance:

Plan your flights to arrive & depart from the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.

– Arrive in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, March 13, 2024

– Depart Tel Aviv on Thursday, March 21, 2024.

Travel Insurance is strongly recommended.

Princeton Journeys will send information about Travel Insurance options upon registration.

Please note: Some plans & policies [Cancel For Any Reason (CFAR) or coverage for pre-existing conditions] may only available for a limited time (approximately 2 weeks) following your initial date of deposit.         

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