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14 Day Tour to Jordan & Israel Palestine (CMB-JHT-005)

Category: Combined Tours of Jordan and Israel/Palestine

Tour Brief Description :

Explore Jordan

Touch water at the shores of four different seas

Walk through over 4000 years of history in Jerusalem.


Tour Itinerary of 14-Day Jordan & Israel/Palestine : 


DAY 1: Arrival - Amman

Collection from Queen Alia International Aiport (QAIA) close to Amman, and transfer to your hotel.

Depending on your arrival time, we can offer additional activities for the day, such as a city tour, a cooking class or a wine tasting. Overnight in Amman.


DAY 2: Amman - Jerash - Ajloun - Umm Qais* - Amman

Today, you will have a chance to visit Jordan’s green north. Your first stop will be Jerash. The archaeological site is regarded as one of the most important and best preserved Roman cities in the Middle East.

After Jerash, continue to Ajloun. Already from kilometers away, you can spot the castle, dominating the town’s skyline. Once built to ward off the Crusader armies at the key trade and pilgrimage intersection between Jerusalem, Cairo, Damascus and Mecca, it didn’t loose anything of it’s mighty presence until today.

If you have energy left, you can optionally continue to Umm Qais at Jordan’s northern border. Besides the black basalt ruins of the former Decapolis city, also the views over the Sea of Galilee and towards Syria and Lebanon are quite impressive.

Return to Amman in the evening.

Meals included: Breakfast

Overnight in Amman.


DAY 3: Amman: City Tour - Madaba - Mt Nebo - Dead Sea

Begin the second day of your stay in Jordan with a tour of Amman. Explore the Citadel and the Roman Theater, two of the city’s most popular archaeological sites, and have your first falafel and hummus!

After lunch, your driver will take you to Madaba, a small, Christian city south of Amman. Discover beautiful Byzantine mosaics spread on different locations throughout the town. Especially the ‘Madaba Map’, the oldest preserved map of the Middle East, is totally worth the visit!

Then drive on to Mt Nebo. From the site you have wonderful view over the Dead Sea and the mountains of the Judean desert. It is not difficult to imagine how Moses looked across to the Promised Land from the same spot, knowing he would never reach it.

From Mt Nebo drive down to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth.

Meals included: Breakfast

Overnight at the Dead Sea.


DAY 4: Dead Sea Experience – Petra

Spend the day relaxing at the Dead Sea. Float in the salty waters, take a swim in the pool, try out the invigorating mud bath, or pamper yourself with a spa treatment.

In the afternoon, drive south to Petra.

Meals included: Breakfast

Overnight in Wadi Musa (Petra).


DAY 5: Petra: Day Visit - Petra/Wadi Rum

Today, you will visit the ancient Nabatean city of Petra. Did you know that Petra is one of the New7Wonders of the Modern World?

From visitor center, make your way through the Siq, a narrow, high walled, red sandstone canyon, towards the famous Treasury. Take some time to marvel at the magnificent building, which has been carved in stone thousands of years ago.

Then set out to explore the rest of the Rose-Red City with its many caves and tombs, a roman theater, palaces, and many other structures. If you enjoy walking, you can also hike all the way up to the High Place of Sacrifice, or even to the Monastery.

In the evening, either move on to Wadi Rum and stay in a Bedouin camp, get a taste of the traditional hospitality and eventually fall asleep under thousands of stars. Or, if you prefer the comfort of a nice hotel, you can alternatively spend the night in Wadi Musa, the village adjacent ancient Petra (see Tour Options below).

Meals included: Breakfast (& Dinner – Wadi Rum Option)

Overnight in Petra or Wadi Rum.


DAY 6: Petra/Wadi Rum - Wadi Rum: Jeep Tour – Aqaba

Enjoy the wilderness adventure of a 4×4 Jeep Tour through Wadi Rum. Following in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia and the Martian, you will discover ancient rock carvings, climb sand dunes or walk over rock bridges. Also pause and let the atmosphere of the magic desert landscape cast it’s spell over you.

Then continue to Aqaba, Jordan’s window to the Red Sea.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Aqaba.


DAY 7: Aqaba – Amman

Aqaba brings a refreshing variation to the sands of Wadi Rum and Petra.

Spend the day as you choose. You can explore the markets and streets in the downtown, and maybe visit the fort that once served as an important base in the Arab revolt against the Ottomans. Or you can go to one of the beach resorts to swim, snorkel or scuba dive. Under it’s clear blue waters the Gulf of Aqaba features world-renowned multi-coloured coral reefs, fish and other wildlife. Driver and Guide are at your disposal.

In the afternoon return to Amman.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Amman.


DAY 8: Amman - Jericho - Masada - Qumran - Dead Sea – Jerusalem

Start your day with an early morning transfer from Amman to the Kind Hussein/ Allenby Bridge. After crossing the border, we will first take you to Jericho, the oldest continually inhabited city in the world.

Then drive along the Dead Sea towards the stronghold of Masada. The grand fortress built by King Herod was the last stand of the Zealots in their fight against the Romans. The detailed excavations and the dramatic setting evoke the event that has become loaded with symbolism.

On your way you can stop at Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found.

We will then take you back along the shores of the Dead Sea, and up the long, winding road to Jerusalem.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Jerusalem


DAY 9: Jerusalem: Mt of Olives & Old City Tour

After a relaxed breakfast, your driver will take you to the Mt of Olives, where you can begin your city tour with a scenic view over Jerusalem.

Then follow the Palm Sunday route down the mountain, to visit the Garden of Gethsemane. According to tradition, this is the place where Jesus prayed the night before he was crucified.

Enter the Old City by foot and walk through the four quarters (Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Armenian) to view the major landmarks, including the Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Take your time to stroll through the colorful markets, and trace 4000 years of dramatic history.

Meals included: Breakfast

Overnight in Jerusalem.

DAY 10: Jerusalem - Bethlehem - West Jerusalem*

Depart from your hotel to Bethlehem, crossing into the West Bank and stopping at the Separation Wall.

Continue into today’s modern city of Bethlehem to see the Church of the Nativity, believed to be located at the birthplace of Jesus.

From there, you can drive to the Shepherd’s Fields in BeitSahour, which is the site where according to some tradition the angels first announced Jesus’ birth.

After that, return to Jerusalem. If there is time, you can visit a site in the western part of the city, such as the Mahane Yehuda Market, YadVashem (the Holocaust Memorial), or the Israel Museum (where you can see the Dead Sea Scrolls). Please discuss your preference with your driver or guide, and note that museums may close early on some days.

In the late afternoon, leave Jerusalem for the Border Crossing. From King Hussein/Allenby Bridge return to Amman.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Amman.


DAY 11: Jerusalem: Free Day

Today you will have the chance to discover Jerusalem at your own pace. Wander through the old city, discover the Mahane Yehuda market, visit some museum, or just soak up the overall atmosphere while enjoying a cup of coffe – in short: Do whatever you feel like!

No guide/driver at this day.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Jerusalem.


DAY 12: Jerusalem - Tel Aviv & Jaffa - Caesarea - Haifa –Tiberias

Drive to Tel Aviv. First stop there is Rabin Square, a big public space that is the site of most of the city’s big events. Directly around the corner, you can find the part of the city designated by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site because of its unique Bauhaus and Art Deco buildings.

Then visit Carmel Market and Old Jaffa, an Arab port town several thousand years old and now an artist’s colony.

Head north to Caesarea after. Caesarea was the capital of a Roman province, and today you can still see the impressive archaeological remains of a city that once dominated the region. It was from Caesarea that Paul set sail for Rome, an event that eventually brought Christianity to the Western World.

Continue further up the coast to Haifa to visit the beautiful Baha’i Gardens.

In the evening, drive over to the Sea of Galilee, where you will spend the the night in Tiberias.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Tiberias.


DAY 13: Tiberias - Sea of Galilee: Capernaum, Tabgha& Mt of Beatitudes - Nazareth – Amman

Drive North along the shores of the Sea of Galilee to Capernaum, where you can see the remains of the once prosperous fishing village that became the home base of Jesus and his disciples.

Continue to Tabgha, where the miracle of the feeding of the 5000 is said to have happened. Also stop at the Church of the Primacy where Peter was told by Jesus that to continue his work.

Finally drive up to the Mount of Beatitudes, site of the famous Sermon on the Mount. Don’t miss out the monastery’s beautiful gardens.

After enjoying the fantastic views over the lake for a minute, head on to Nazareth. The boyhood village of Jesus is now a bustling city, and at the Church of the Annunciation you will see visitors from all corners of the world. This is also reflected in the décor of the modern building.

Leave Nazareth in the late afternoon. We will take you back to the border crossing, and from there on to Amman.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Overnight in Amman


DAY 14: Amman – Departure

Depending on your flight schedule, we can arrange optional tours or activities.

Once it is time to go, you will be picked up at a previously arranged location and transferred to Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA).


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Prices are per person, with all rates in US dollars, including all service charges and government taxes.

The standard accommodation will be in a twin or double room, and on Bed & Breakfast basis.


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$7,100 *























The above prices may vary according to season, and are not valid during Christian or Jewish holidays.

*The additional cost for a single room is already included in the price for solo travelers.



Pick-up at Queen Alia International Airport, Amman (alternatively from King Hussein/ Allenby Bridge).

Drop-off at Queen Alia International Airport, Amman (alternatively at King Hussein/ Allenby Bridge).

Accommodation: 13 nights in a Hotel, twin or double room (Optional: 1 night in a Bedouin Camp in Wadi Rum)

13xBreakfast (Day 2-14)

Jeep Safari in Wadi Rum, incl. Lunch



Entrances fees.

Exit tax out of Jordan.

Exit tax out of Israel / Palestine.

Transfers between border terminals & optional VIP Crossing Service.

All tips to guide & driver.

Everything not mentioned in the inclusions.



If you want, you can upgrade your accommodation to stay in a single room, or add dinner – just let us know


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