Gay Israel Adventure Tour
Extreme Adventure in the Heart of Israel
If you are serious about visiting Israel, but you don’t want to join your grandmother’s church tour, then this is the tour for you. This itinerary is an order of Israel with a side of adrenaline. While Israel is well known for being the home to three of the world’s most important religions and filled with significant historical and religious sites, Israel is unlike anywhere else in the world when it comes to extreme adventure sports.
Each day of this gay tour is filled with action-packed adventure! From swimming through canyons to kayaking the Mediterranean, and riding camels into the sunset. Enjoy the view of the dead sea, after hiking the snake trail to the ancient fortress of Masada.
We start and end our tour in modern Tel Aviv. We will explore central and northern Israel to visit the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights. We will also visit the most famous sites in and around Jerusalem including King David’s tomb, the room of the Last Supper, the Western Wall and the Arab market And for those with more time, our three-night extension to Petra, Jordan adds another rich chapter to your exploration of the region.
- Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv
- 11 Days
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Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: $1,600
Accommodations for 10 nights, including 2 nights at a comfortable kibbutz hotel and 1 night in a Bedouin tented camp; All group ground transportation during the trip; Airport transfers between Ben Gurion Airport and our Tel Aviv hotel; Breakfast every day, 4 lunches, and 7 dinners; Wine or soft drinks at the Welcome and Farewell dinners; Services of a professional Israeli guide and (subject to minimum participation) an HE Travel tour director; Entrance fees to all sites in the program. HE Travel provides complimentary Medical & Evacuation Insurance for every US Resident on our group tours who does not have other coverage.
Airfare between home and Tel Aviv; International departure taxes; Meals that are not part of tour itinerary; Alcoholic beverages, except at welcome and farewell dinners; Tips to local guides, drivers, hotel staff and tour director; Personal items such as alcoholic beverages, telephone calls and laundry
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