A Classic Tour Of Jordan and Jerusalem With This Organized Trip To Israel
Having a history that is as intricate and long as any other city in the region, Jerusalem has always been attracting and amusing travelers for centuries. The quantity, as well as proximity of the numerous holy sites in Jerusalem, are a perfect illustration of its significance to three world religions. Here is a well-organized trip to Israel and Jordan customized as per your own interests. Check it out... Read More
Having a history that is as intricate and long as any other city in the region, Jerusalem has always been attracting and amusing travelers for centuries. The quantity, as well as proximity of the numerous holy sites in Jerusalem, are a perfect illustration of its significance to three world religions. Here is a well-organized trip to Israel and Jordan customized as per your own interests. Check it out...
A Brief Look At The Jordan and Jerusalem Tour
(Day 1): Arrival in Amman
(Day 2): Exploring Amman
(Day 3): Visit to Petra
(Day 4): Another Day in Petra
(Day 5): A Day tour to the Dead Sea
(Day 6): Heading to Jerusalem
(Day 7): Exploring more of Jerusalem
(Day 8): Departure for Home
Places To Visit
Amman, Petra, Dead Sea, Jerusalem
Day 1: Arrival in Amman
Today your journey begins as you board your international flight to Amman. On reaching Amman, you'll be met by your private guide at the airport and driven to your hotel. After check-in, you can spend the rest of the day relaxing at the comforts of your room or heading out to explore the city a little bit. The choice is entirely yours!
Day 2: Exploring Amman
The capital and the largest city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Amman creates a great base for exploring not just Jordan, but also the wider region offering much of interest to the traveler. The city is reasonably well-organized, possess great weather for major part of the year and the locals are quite friendly.
Even though the city of Amman can be difficult to penetrate at first glance, it holds many surprises for the tourist. Visit Amman's many art galleries, Roman Amphitheatre or the newly opened Jordan Museum. Spend the afternoon on a chic cafe terrace and try out delicious cuisine. Modern shopping malls are abundant in Jordan however open-air souqs are what many visitors remember the most.
If you still have some free time this afternoon, explore the city of Amman under your own steam.
Day 3: Visit to Petra
In the early morning, you’ll take a five to six hours drive down the 5,000 years old King's Highway to Petra. On your way, you will stop to view Mount Nebo, with its magnificent views over the Dead Sea, the crusader castle of Kerak and the Christian mosaics of Madaba.
Day 4: Another Day in Petra
Today you will be enjoying a full day guided tour of Petra. Your guide will accompany you for around two to three hours, after which you will have some time by yourself to explore further on your own. Though it is probably going to be the highlight of your holiday, make sure to bring your walking shoes and get ready for an inspiring yet energetic day!
One day can never be enough to fully take in the wonders of Petra, and so you have an extra day in order to explore the city under your own steam.
Day 5: A Day tour to the Dead Sea
After breakfast, you'll meet your guide at the hotel lobby and transferred to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth. En route, you will enjoy a guided tour of the vast, phenomenal landscapes of Wadi Rum. For your time at the Dead Sea, you'll be staying for two nights of rest and relaxation. It is known as ‘Dead Sea’ as no fish can survive in this sea because of its extreme salty waters. Swimming in the Dead Sea is going to be a unique experience, just you need to watch out for the salt!
Day 6: Heading to Jerusalem
Today morning, you will be heading off to Israel, crossing the border at Allenby Bridge. Your new guide will take you further to Jerusalem for your final two nights.
Jerusalem, an ancient city of the Middle East since 1967 has been totally under the rule of the State of Israel. Jerusalem is a holy city, a center of pilgrimage, and also an object of devotion.
Day 7: Exploring more of Jerusalem
Jerusalem is entirely unique and there is no other place like it. A city of religion, tradition, and history, but also possessing modern culture and heritage, Jerusalem has so much to offer that you could spend years here and still not see everything.
A long yet fascinating day, with a full day, city tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
Day 8 Departure for Home
You have this last morning in Israel to relax, explore or do some last minute shopping before you head off to Tel Aviv Airport for your final flight back home!
The price of the tour has been customized on the basis of your travel dates, final accommodation choices, and other custom preferences.
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