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The world’s most famous historic city, Jerusalem is a spiritual centre for the three great monotheistic faiths, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Your first glimpse of its huge walls and diverse, often ancient architecture will leave you speechless.


Petra, in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, is a legendary archaeological site renowned for its massive rock-cut architecture. Built about two thousand years ago by the Nabataeans, it is a monumental city that has fired the imagination of tourists ever since it was introduced to the West in 1812 by an explorer.


Day One
Depart from your hotel at around 9.30pm (the night before: tbc) and transfer to the Israeli border. There is an optional short stop at the Dead Sea for swimming, weather permitting. Then we drive to Jerusalem, starting with a panoramic view of the city from the Mount of Olives. We then visit the holy sites of the three monotheistic religions represented in Jerusalem. The tour finishes at approximately 6.30pm. We stay the night either in a 3 star hotel in Eilat or Aqaba.

Day Two
After breakfast and check out, we drive to Petra. We then embark on a guided tour of Petra (up to four hours), including highlights such as The Siq, the Treasury, and the Royal Tombs. Lunch will either be before or after the guided tour, depending on timings and light conditions. We then drive to Aqaba, cross the Israeli border and head to Taba, and then back to your hotel in Sinai.

Price Includes:

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  • Transportation
  • Entrance fees and guides (picked up at the Dead Sea and in Petra)
  • Israel visa and departure tax, and Taba border tax (NOT the Jordan border tax. $12).
  • Lunch on days one and two




1 Pax

2 Pax

3 Pax

4 Pax

5 Pax

6 Pax

Jreusalem and Petra (minimum 4 persons)


350$ $

350 $

350 $

350 $

350 $


[infobox type=”info” clickable=”yes” boldtext=”Note”]Russian and English speaking guides are available
We are visiting holy sites so please dress modestly and ensure your knees and shoulders are covered (men & women [/infobox]