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Uncover the legacy of some of the world's oldest and most important civilizations
Feel the awe of three Wonders of the World: Pyramid, Petra & Dead Sea
Experience the outpouring of emotions in the spiritual Holy Land of Jerusalem
An unforgettable night under the stars and jeep safari through the Martian landscape of Wadi Rum
Let us bring you into some of Egypt's best kept secret tombs with some of the most well-preserved hierogylphs
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. Winter can be cold in some areas.
Uncover the legacy of some of the world's most important civilizations. Marvel at twin Wonders of the World: the Egyptian Pyramid & the Jordanian Petra. Experience the outpouring of emotions in the spiritual Holy Land of Jerusalem.
Your journey begins with an introduction through the Egyptian Museum, as you get acquainted with some of the very best ancient treasures from the Antiquities. Optional entry into the Mummies Room is available at additional cost.
Discover the romance of Islamic Cairo as you wind through Citadel of Salah-el-Din, Mohamed Ali Mosque, Sultan Hassan Mosque and a bird's eye view of Cairo from Ibn Tulun Mosque's minaret.
A new day beckons as you visit Memphis, the ancient burial ground of Sakkara, the Step Pyramid of Djoser, and finally, the iconic Giza where the famous Great Pyramids and Sphinx stand tall above you. Optional camel ride and Sound & Light Show can be tailor-made for you at request.
As your plane departs from Cairo, you will make a side stopover to Abu Simbel's gigantic temples at Lake Nasser, before boarding your onwards flight to Aswan. In Aswan, don't miss the opportunity to sail the Nile by Felucca into the Elephantine Island, where you will have an afternoon tea with some of the most beautiful 360-degree view of the legendary Nile River.
Next morning, you will make an en route stop at Temple of Horus, as well as Kom Ombo dedicated to a crocodile god before arriving in Luxor.
Spend a day to uncover the very best of West Bank. Visit 3 tombs in the Valley of the Kings, Hatchepsut Temple, Tomb of King Tutankhamun with his mummified body, as well as a secret tomb containing Egypt's best-preserved carvings.
On your final day in Luxor, you will explore the East Bank, home to Karnak & Luxor Temples. Continue to the Luxor Museum before catching your flight to Cairo.
Upon arrival at Cairo, you will be accommodated at an airport hotel to rest before departing to Jordan the next morning.
Upon arrival in Amman, you will be driven to Petra via Madaba and Mount Nebo. The famed Mount Nebo is the very site where Moses viewed the Holy Land, whereas Madaba is home to the famed mosaic of St. George. Try to spot Egypt in the mosaic!
We dedicate a full day to explore Petra! One of the new Seven Wonders, the Red Rose City of Petra is home to some of the greatest Nabataean monuments, tombs and monasteries. At night, follow through trails of candles for a magical Petra by Night experience (only on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday).
On the next morning, we can make a brief excursion to Little Petra, much less-visited and an incredibly opportunity to channel your inner Indiana Jones through the quiet tombs and channels.
Arrive afternoon in Wadi Rum and enjoy a two-hour jeep safari through Martian-like desert landscape, immortalized on the Lawrence of Arabia movie. Sleep under a traditional Bedouin tent with a BBQ dinner under the stars.
We leave Wadi Rum via the King's Highway, making a stop at the medieval Kerak Castle, with its impressive maze and passageways.
Arriving in Dead Sea in the afternoon, you will have free time at leisure in your hotel. You may want to take a dip at the Dead Sea to experience the floating sensation for yourself, or request some of the hotel's mud and health spa treatments.
We will pick you up to cross the border into Israel, making a brief photo stop at Jericho, the oldest city in the world.
The next morning, you will experience Jerusalem from the Tower of David and onwards to Mount of Olives for incredible panoramic city view. End the night with a Night Spectacular Light Show at the Citadel.
Next day, you will follow Jesus' footprints through the Old Jerusalem, passing through the Jewish Quarter, Dome of the Rock, Wailing Wall, Tomb of the Virgin Mary, Way of the Cross, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and more—an incredibly experience as you witness the outpouring of emotions in a city where spiritualities of Judaism, Christianity and Muslim cross path. An optional traditional Shabbat dinner is available if you'd like to sample the local cuisine!
Make a side trip to Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, where you will marvel at the Church of Nativity and Milk Grotto Chapel.
Another day brings you to Qumran Cave where the famous Dead Sea Scroll was discovered. You will also take a cable car ride up to the Masada Fortress to admire the picturesque view of the Judean Desert.
Depending on your flight time, you may want to spend your final day with an optional tour of Tel Aviv & Jaffa before you bid farewell to the incredible Holy Land from Tel Aviv Airport!
(For those with more time, we recommend extending your time to explore Israel more in-depth through Caesarea, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Haifa and Megiddo National Park, the site of the famous Armageddon Battle!)
Often considered the most impressive monument in Egypt after the Great Pyramids, visit the colossus temple of Ramses II, set by Lake Nasser. The four breathtaking statues in front of the temple are spectacular examples of ancient Egyptian art.
Take a morning motorboat into the West Bank. Explore 3 tombs in Valley of the Kings, Hatchepsut Temple, King Tutankhamun's Tomb and Queen Nefertari's Tomb. Time permitting, you can also explore another 3 tombs in the Valley of the Queens.
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.
The Egyptian Museum is home to a plethora of ancient treasures exhibiting the very best of Egyptian antiquities.
Explore the arched roofs and alleys of the souk, the Mosque of Abraham, the synagogue and the glass factory.
Discover the romance of Islamic Cairo as you navigate from Citadel of Salah-el-Din, Mohamed Ali Mosque, Sultan Hassan Mosque to an astounding city view from Ibn Tulun Mosque's minaret.
Pass through the world's oldest city, making brief photo stops at Sycamore Tree and Mount of Temptation.
Located at the northern end of the town of Luxor, the Karnak Temple has three main sacred areas that honour three gods: Montu, an ancient local warrior god; Amun, the chief god of Thebes; and the goddess Mut, wife of Amun.
Visit Memphis, the capital of Ancient Egypt, as well as the great Colossus of Ramses II.
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.
This trip to Giza brings you to none other than the iconic Great Pyramid and the Sphinx of Giza.
This tour of Ramallah will bring you to the Yasser Arafat Museum and his memorial tomb.
Sail the Nile by felucca passing through sights such as Agha Khan Mausoleum, Kitchener's Island and ending at Elephantine Island, where you will enjoy afternoon tea with a view.
You will head to Sakkara, the ancient burial ground, as well as the Pyramid of Djoser. You will go inside the Unas Pyramid, which is among the finest in the area and we will make a visit to a secret tomb.
As you make your way between Luxor and Aswan, make a visit to Temple of Horus in Edfu as well as Kom Ombo, where you will find a huge temple dedicated to the God Sobek and Harocies.
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