Gay Israel tours

Check out our LGBTQ Guided Tours to Israel

Our tours to Israel catered towards the LGBTQ community allow for travel in a small group with a private guide focused on seeing the sites, eating great food and enjoying this incredible land.  As the market leader for travel experiences in Israel, you are assured the highest level of service. Our Gay Israel tours are not party tours.  We offer premium quality content and experiences and an opportunity to travel with other gay participants to enjoy the ultimate “people to people” tour.  

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Adi Yona - Bahrain Trip

A very emotional experience. Thank you Iris Hami for leading this successful trip. The hotel, the food, the guide and…


Israel was awesome! Even though I’d been there 3x before, I saw so much I did not even know about…

Larry H.

I can say without hesitation that VFI PLUS was one of the most rewarding experiences of our lifetimes. The opportunity…

Adele D.

This, my first trip to Israel and VFI experience, affected me in ways that I had not anticipated. As a…


Never could I have imagined the wonderful experiences that awaited me/us/before we began our trip.

Dr. Wes

Israel has a commitment to 3rd world countries, and nations who have experienced disasters. We become a part of that…

Terry and Bob

Overall the VFI program was wonderful and represented one of the greatest travel experiences we have ever had. An opportunity…

Michael M. Esq

The VFI Plus experience is a magnificent experience for all people who desire to travel to the Holy Land. As…

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Among numerous tours, the most interesting might be custom made senior tours to Europe, as well as the exclusive spring/fall tours to Israel. Some of the places people can visit while touring this country are: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Safed, Caesarea, Kibbutz Misgav Am, Haifa, Golan Heights, Beit She’an, Beit Alpha, Masada, and the Dead Sea.

We all have regrets about things we could have or should have done. Most of us have a tendency to bury those regrets deeply in a drawer seldom accessed to avoid feeling that icky feeling that you had a chance to do something, and didn’t do it. What if you turned that paradigm upside down? Embracing regret is the best way to get motivated to do something. And it’s never too late.
Jewish communities called Poland their home for more than a millennium. Once known as Paradisus Iudaeorum (Latin for “Paradise of the Jews”), Poland was home to the largest Jewish community in the world. 1772, however, brought The First Partition of Poland, religious conflicts, and the persecution of Jews.
Some travelers are adventurous spirits who prefer exploring new areas alone. They love privacy and don’t like to share a new experience with foreigners who happen to be at the same place and time. On the other hand, there are those who don’t like planning or navigating on their own throughout new places, so they let others do all the planning and organization.

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