Gay Travel to Israel

Truly exceptional touristic gems are rare, yet the Land of Israel offers its visitors a myriad of them. Moreover, it also combines this exciting prospect with some of the most colorful, friendly and intriguing gay-oriented attractions anywhere. At Gay Camel Tours we aim to provide you with the best possible services, allowing you to put together your dream vacation. We aim to include everything you would wish for and more, while specializing in the gay aspects of today's Israeli culture and society. Learn more…

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  • 8 Days Itinerary

    8 Days Itinerary

    Here we invite you to join us at taking an intimate look at the Holy Land, exploring the classical highlights it has to offer. You'll get to visit all the places whose very name resonates with their significance, from the eternal city of Jerusalem through the Judean Desert area and green north to the ever youthful, gay attraction filled Tel Aviv… Simply click to learn more!

  • Gay Pride 2015

    Gay Pride 2015

    Leading up to the main event of the Tel Aviv Pride Parade 2015, our team offers an exciting and personal experience, balancing an exploration of the country's incredible history with an introduction to its colorful present, while highlighting the vivacious and thriving gay community. We can adjust... This package has everything included and taken care of, even entrance to parties, leaving you with nothing to worry about but having a great time!

  • 2 Days Package - Galilee & Golan Heights

    2 Days Package - Galilee & Golan Heights

    NEW!! 2 days package to the north of Israel (with accommodations). Come with us to the Galilee and the Golan Heights through Caesarea, Haifa, Acre and Rosh HaNikra, learn about the history and archaeology, see the beautiful views, and of course, have tons of fun with JEEPS, WINE TASTING and RAFTING!!!

  • Masada and the Dead Sea

    Masada and the Dead Sea

    A trip to Masada and the Dead Sea is all about contrasts – a trip of high low, of heroism and leisure, of history and modern day. The mountains of Jerusalem and the Judean desert will be unveiled as passing through the Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were unearthed. From there We'll go to the oasis Ein Gedi, where tradition says David and Saul’s had their confrontation. As arriving at the base of the mountain of Masada, The famous UNESCO world heritage site, we’ll start exploring the remains of the fortress, built by King Herod the Great, that once stood here. A leisurely visit to the Dead Sea for some sun, sand, salt and mud baths...

  • Jerusalem - Classic Tour

    Jerusalem - Classic Tour

    We’ll start our day on the Mountain of Olives with an amazing outlook to the Temple Mount and the Old City of Jerusalem. Jerusalem’s exceptional history can only be truly unfolded by exploring its different parts: The Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Armenian quarters. While in the Jewish Quarter we’ll witness the amazing transformation that started over 2000 years ago, and how it affected the city of today. We’ll be walking through the old Roman Cardo, Arabic Cardo, and Jewish Cardo, witnessing the astonishing history that took place there in different times. At the center of the Jewish quarter we’ll stop to take pictures of the newly reconstructed Hurbah’s Synagogue...

  • Jerusalem and Bethlehem

    Jerusalem and Bethlehem

    We will start our tour with the captivating views of the old city of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount, as seen from the Mountain of Olives. On our way to our next stop we’ll pass through the Garden of Gethsemane, the place where Jesus was incarcerated. The Church of the Holy Sepulcher will reveal its history to us and help us better understand the final stations of Jesus’ life. These stations go along the Via Dolorosa (the way of agony) and include the Golgotha, and according to tradition, Jesus’ tomb...