Gil Tours, an agency that offers top-notch tours in Israel, has some great news for the LGBTQ population. Now, they offer gay tours to Israel and work closely with local LGBTQ community members to provide excellent service and tours for all LGBTQ people from all over the world.
They offer competitive rates, and their familiarity of the tourist sites is unsurpassed; no matter which place you decide to visit, you can rest assured you’ll get incredible service, guides that will take you to the right place, tell all relevant information, and answer all of your questions.
In this post, you can find more information about the various Israeli LGBTQ tours this agency offers.
Tel Aviv, Gay Community Center, Memorial
For those who would like to be a part of this tour, they’ll be taken on a tour around Tel Aviv and Jaffa, visiting Meir Garden and its Tel Aviv Gay community center, a memorial to the LGBTQ people who died in the Holocaust, Jafa’s port, Nachalat Binyamin arts, and crafts pedestrian mall, and Neve Tsedek.
This tour also includes a trip to Rothschild Blvd so you can explore Bauhaus architecture.
Caesarea, Haifa, Rosh Hanikra
This part of the tour takes you to Caesarea, an ancient city. You’ll continue to Haifa to discover and enjoy Persian Gardens and Bahai Temple. The next stop is planned for Rosh Hanikira, and you’ll also be able to take a cable car ride while on your way to visit the Galilee region.
Galilee, Golan Heights, Safed
The Galilee and Golan Heights are incredible places to visit, places with lots of beauty and history. You will visit Safed which is the center of the Kabalah movement, then proceed to a winery Tel Dan, and finally enjoy a Jeep ride on the Golan Heights.
Beit Shean, Jericho, Mt. Scopus
Your trip continues the next day when you’ll be taken to Magdela, Capernaum, and the Beit Shean ruins and then drive through the Jordan Valley to get to the south. On the way, you will visit Jericho, the world’s oldest city and climb up to the Judean Hills. This day ends with enjoying a stunning view of Jerusalem from Mount Scopus.
Jerusalem Old City, Western Wall, Cardo
The Old City of Jerusalem is one of the most visited tourist sites in Israel. You will visit the Mount of Olives, the Tomb of King David, Mount Zion, the Room of the Last Supper, Dormition Abby, Western Wall, Armenian Quarter, Jewish Quarter, Via Dolorosa, Cardo, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
Dead Sea, Masada
After visiting so many historical places, you’ll get a chance to have a day to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Dead Sea, spa, swimming, and many other activities. You will also get a chance to explore Masada and its ancient fortress. You’ll need to take a cable car ride to get to the top.
Jerusalem, Yad Vashem, Machane Yehuda
Touring the New City of Jerusalem and visiting Yad Vashem (the museum dedicated to those who died during the Holocaust) is scheduled for the last day of this tour. You’ll also be able to explore and enjoy the Machane Yehuda marketplace and the Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall.