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An exciting power-packed itinerary while staying at the best available hotels in Jordan & Israel
Jeep safari through the awe-inspiring Wadi Rum, with optional camel or balloon ride
Visit the Red Rose City of Petra at daytime and walk through the candle-lit Siq under the stars at night
Discover the Roman legacy in Jerash
Experience the extraordinary feeling of floating on top of Dead Sea
For those with more time, we recommend extending your stay in Israel to explore Sea of Galilee, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Nazareth and more!
The best time to visit climate-wise is in spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the daytime temperatures aren't too extreme. April is probably the best month, when temperatures are warm and wildflowers are in bloom. March can be cold and rainy in the north but is balmy by the Gulf of Aqaba and the Dead Sea.
Follow the footsteps of Jesus and the Hashemite Kingdom. Walk through the evocative Jerash, magical Petra, the surreal desert landscape of Wadi Rum, float in the Dead Sea and finally the Holy Land of Jerusalem.
Upon your morning arrival in Amman, you will be driven to the Roman archaeological site of Jerash and have an orientation tour of Jordan's capital in Amman. Highlights in Amman includes Citadel Hill and Roman Ampitheatre.
Between Amman and Petra, you will make a stop at Mount Nebo, the site where Moses viewed the Holy Land. Continue to Madaba to appreciate the famed mosaic of St George. Upon arrival in Petra, you may want to take a rest, enjoy an optional tour of Little Petra or join local women on a Petra Kitchen workshop.
The next morning, embark on an unforgettable journey through the Red Rose City of Petra, one of the new Seven Wonders. At night, follow through the trails of candles for a magical Petra by Night experience (available on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday).
Next day, be driven to the wild desert terrain of Wadi Rum, immortalized through the fascination of Lawrence of Arabia. Enjoy a jeep drive through the Martian landscape of majestic mountains and retreat to your luxury camp under a blanket of stars.
Optional activities include a camel ride through the desert or hot air balloon over Wadi Rum, weather-permitting.
Continue to the Dead Sea, lowest point of Earth and try your hand floating at the Dead Sea. Or simply enjoy a spa at your hotel at your own account.
The next day, you will bid farewell to Jordan and cross border through Allenby Bridge to Israel, from which point you will be transferred to Jerusalem.
Make a visit to Tower of David and enjoy a panoramic view of the Holy Land from the Mount of Olives. In the evening, you may enjoy an optional Sound & Light Show at the Citadel (closed on Friday).
Enjoy an orientation tour through Old Jerusalem. Walk the same path as Jesus Christ through Jewish Quarter, Wailing Wall, Dome of the Rock, Way of the Cross, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and other major highlights of the Old City.
Your time in Jerusalem also includes a day trip to Masada and Qumran Cave where the famous Dead Sea Scroll was discovered. Take a cable car up to Masada Fortress.
The next day, make a day excursion to Bethlehem, birthplace of Jesus Christ. Make a brief photo stop at Jericho, the world's oldest city.
On your final day, you will be transferred to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport to take your international flight home. Depending on your flight time, an optional tour of Tel Aviv and the old port of Jaffa may be possible.
For most visitors, the spectacular views of the towering Ad Deir Monastery is easily Petra's most beautiful sights, with ever-expanding horizon of surrounding mountains in sight.
Ajloun Castle sits on top of Mount 'Auf, towards the north of Jordan. The castle has a fascinating history, offering an insight into the many changing empires, armies and societies that have inhabited this part of the Middle East through the centuries.
Visit the downtown market and city center, the beautiful houses of Abdoun neighbourhood, Rainbow Street and Jabal Amman.
Explore the best of Amman, including the Citadel Hill, Roman Amphitheatre and Archaeological & Jordan Folklore Museums.
Visit the birthplace of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem including Church of Nativity, Milk Grotto Chapel and King David's Well. Time permitting, visit the Walled Off Hotel for its museum and galleries.
Floating in the Dead Sea is a rather extraordinary experience, and a must-do when visiting Jordan. This is one of the few cases where pictures really can be believed, and it is possible to float practically on the surface of the mineral-rich water.
Explore the arched roofs and alleys of the souk, the Mosque of Abraham, the synagogue and the glass factory.
Discover the archaeological site of Jerash. You will visit the Hadrian's Arch, Hippodrome, Colonnaded Street, Cathedral, Jerash Archaeological Museum, North Theatre and South Theatre.
Pass through the world's oldest city, making brief photo stops at Sycamore Tree and Mount of Temptation.
Have a visit to Jordan Museum, opens daily 10am-2pm except on Friday.
Be marveled by the impressive mosaics of St. George Church in Madaba, followed by an excursion to Mount Nebo where Moses once viewed the Holy Land from.
Make a trip to Qumran Cave where the famous Dead Sea Scroll was discovered and take a cable car ride to the top of Masada Fortress.
Follow Jesus' path from Zion Gate through Jewish Quarter, Wailing Wall, Dome of the Rock, Kotel Tunnels, Tomb of the Virgin Mary, Garden of Gethsemane, Way of the Cross, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Armenian & Christian Quarters and Mount Zion.
See the Old Jerusalem from another perspective as you climb over the ramparts of Tower of David, followed by a visit to Mount Zion, home to three major Christian sites.
Follow the footprints during Jesus' crucifixion day into the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Visit the holiest shrine of Jerusalem: the iconic Dome of the Rock.
Start from the Zion Gate which leads to the Jewish Quarter of the Old City, there you will see the famous Wailing Wall and its holiest shrine of Dome of the Rock.
Visit Mount of Olives with panoramic city view, Church of All Nations and its Jewish cemetery.
Make a visit to Mount Zion, located just outside the Old City walls, it is home to three major sites: The Tomb of King David, The Room of the Last Supper and the Church of the Dormition.
Pay a visit to the Tomb of the Virgin Mary and the adjacent Garden of Gethsemane. These Christian sites are historically linked to both prayer and betrayal.
See Jerusalem's history from the Tower of David and the citadel's museum. Walk over the ramparts of the Old City to see the historic Holy Land from a different perspective!
Thousands of candles are lit to enhance this experience and seeing the Treasury lit up is truly an unforgettable experience.
Spend the day exploring Petra, an ancient Nabatean capital which flourished in biblical times and dominated the Middle East caravan routes for four centuries before being assimilated into the Roman Empire in 106 A.D.
This tour of Ramallah will bring you to the Yasser Arafat Museum and his memorial tomb.
Enjoy a visit to the Royal Automobile Museum in Amman. This is a great option for motor enthusiasts, or even for those with just a mild car interest. The museum features over 70 classic cars and motorbikes, each with their own story.
Wadi Rum offers stunning vistas, wide open spaces and fascinating natural rock structures. Enjoy a two-hour jeep ride here to visit the Khazali Canyon, the rock bridges, Lawrence of Arabia's house, Lawrence's Springs and ancient Nabataean inscriptions.
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