Travelling from Cairo to Tel Aviv, take in the highlights of Egypt, Jordan and Israel, neighboring countries. Steeped in history from the grand Pyramids of Giza in Cairo to the beautiful Rose City of Petra and the Biblical sites of Jerusalem, join us on a journey of epic proportion.
Meet and greet service by our representatives at airports.
Accommodation for 2 nights in Cairo including daily breakfast.
Accommodation for 4 nights onboard Nile cruise on full board basis
Accommodation for 2 nights in Amman including daily breakfast.
Accommodation for 2 night in Petra including daily breakfast.
Accommodation for 1 night in Dead Sea including daily breakfast.
Accommodation for 2 nights in Jerusalem including daily breakfast.
Accommodation for 1 night in Tel Aviv including daily breakfast.
All sightseeing tours in Egypt and Jordan as mentioned in the itinerary.
Assistance of our guest relations during your stay.
All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle.
Private English speaking guide.
Entrance fees to mentioned places in the itinerary.
Meals in hotels and during tours as mentioned in the itinerary.
A bottle of water during tours.
All taxes & service charge.
Domestic airfare : Cairo to Luxor and Aswan to Cairo
Entry visa to Egypt, Jordan and Israel
Departure or border taxes
Any optional tours
Any Personal spending
This is a private tour package.
Price is valid the whole year except Peak periods.
Welcome to Cairo! Our representative will greet you at the airport and assist you through immigration and customs formalities, after you have collected your luggage; our representative will take you in our deluxe vehicle to your Cairo hotel for check in and overnight. Meals: No meals Activities: No activities today.
Early morning, breakfast & check out Cairo hotel and check out, then you will explore the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx: the most famous monuments of not only ancient Egypt but of the entire ancient world! At the end of the tour, you will be transferred to Cairo airport for your domestic flight to Luxor. Upon arrival you will be met and assisted by our representative who will transfer you to your cruise boat: your floating hotel for your next 5 days. Dinner and overnight onboard. After lunch, which you will have on board, you will visit the magnificent Karnak and Luxor Temples. Once your visit to these ancient Theban Temples is complete you will return to the boat for your dinner. Meals: Breakfast at hotel, Lunch & dinner onboard Activities: Giza Pyramidsو Sphinx, Karnak & Luxor temples
Breakfast onboard then it is time to visit the West Bank of Luxor: the tombs of the New Kingdom Pharaohs in the Valley of the Kings; the magnificent temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El-Bahri finishing with the immense Colossi of Memnon. After this visit to the Theban “City of the Dead” you will be taken back to your boat for your lunch, and then you can watch as it departs Luxor and sails for Esna. As the Nile flows gently underneath you, dinner will be served. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & dinner onboard Activities: Valley of Kings, Hatshepsut temple and Memnon statues
Enjoy your breakfast watching as the cruise boat crosses the Esna lock then sails onward to Edfu, home of the best preserved temple in Egypt: the Temple of Horus. After your visit to this superb temple your guide will return you to your cruise boat for dinner, while the boat sails majestically onwards towards Kom Ombo. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & dinner onboard Activities: Horus temple
Your last day of sailing starts with breakfast, and then a visit to the Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to the gods Horus and Sobek. Afterwards it is back to the boat for lunch and the sail to Aswan. Once ashore you will be driven to see the High Dam, the worlds largest rock filled dam, and then a short sail to the Temple of Philae, moved to the island of Agilika after the waters of Lake Nasser flooded its original location. It is then back to Aswan for your last dinner on the boat. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & dinner onboard Activities: Sobek temple, High Dam and Philae temple
You will have your final breakfast on the boat before you have to check out. Then you will be transferred to Aswan airport for the flight back to Cairo. Upon arrival Cairo; you will be met by our representative who will help you with your luggage before transfer you to your hotel for check in & overnight. Meals: Breakfast onboard Activities: No activities today
Breakfast at hotel and check out, then you will be transferred to Cairo airport for your international flight to Amman. Arrive at Queen Alia International airport, meet & assist with visa formalities by our representative and transfer to your hotel for check in and overnight. Meals: Breakfast at Cairo hotel Activities: No activities today
Breakfast and transfer to visit the impressive Greco-Roman city of Jerash one of the best preserved provincial Roman cities in the world with fortification walls, temples, baths, colonnaded streets, theaters, shops and sophisticated water works. The city remains the live evidence of urban civilization spanning over a period of 9000 years including Hellenistic, Drive back to Amman and tour the city including a visit to the Citadel, Roman Theater and Jordan archaeological museum. End your tour at The Souk, in downtown Jordan a typical middle eastern market where you can buy almost anything ranging from jewelry made of gold and silver, coffee pot charms, handicrafts etc. 73 km north of Amman, and a short journey northwest from Jerash, through a beautiful pine-forest and olive groves, brings you to the town of Ajloun, where Hadrian stayed over the winter of 129-30 AD, and built himself an arch well outside the town, leaving unbounded its sides for future city walls to come out to meet it. Here you will find the Castle of Ajloun or Qalaat Errabadh (Arabic for "Hilltop Castle"), from which there is a splendid view westwards into the Jordan Valley. It looks like a Crusader fortress, but it was built by Muslims in 1184-85 as a military fort and buffer to protect the region from invading Crusader forces. It was built on the orders of the local governor, Ezz Eddin Osama bin Munqethe, a nephew of the Ayyubid leader Salahuddin Al-Ayyoubi (Saladin), as a direct retort to the new Latin castle of Belvoir (Kawkab El-Hawa) on the opposite side of the valley between the Tiberias and Besan, and as a base to develop and control the iron mines of Ajloun. At the end of the tour; you will be transferred back to your hotel and overnight in Amman. Meals: Breakfast at hotel Activities: Amman, Jerash & Ajloun
Breakfast at hotel and depart for a journey south of Amman to visit the Biblical city of Madaba. Once a Moabite frontier town that continued to remain inhabited during the Nabatean and Roman periods. Visit to the most famous landmark of the town, The Greek Orthodox Church where the 6th century mosaic map of Palestine has been preserved in its original form. With 2 million pieces of colored stones and a full 25 x 5 meters in its original state – most of which can be still seen today. The map depicts hills, valleys, villages and towns as far as the Nile Delta. Next visit to Mt Nebo where Mosses is believed to be buried. It is the most revered holy site in Jordan and a place of pilgrimage for Christians. Next visit Karak, an ancient Crusader stronghold, Karak sits 900m above sea level and lies inside the walls of the old city. The city today is home to around 170,000 people and continues to boast a number of restored 19th century Ottoman buildings, restaurants, places to stay etc. The Karak Castle dominates the history of the place undoubtedly, which is a dark maze of stone-vaulted halls and endless passageways. Drive onwards to Petra, one of the new seven wonders of world and overnight. Meals: Breakfast at hotel Activities: Madaba, Mount Nebo, Kerak & Petra
Breakfast and dedicate the full day exploring the magnificent, mysterious, rock-carved red rose city of Petra or sometimes known as “The Lost City” (9 B.C. to 40 A .D.) On the edge of the Arabian Desert, Petra was the glittering capital of the Nabatean empire of King Aretas IV (9 B.C. to 40 A .D.). Masters of water technology, the Nabataea has provided their city with great tunnel constructions and water chambers. A theater, modeled on Greek-Roman prototypes, had space for an audience of 4,000. Today, the Palace Tombs of Petra, with the 42-meter-high Hellenistic temple facade on the El-Deir Monastery, are impressive examples of Middle Eastern culture. The seven-kilometer walk can also be covered in the Nabatean fashion on a “Horses back”. Return to the hotel and overnight in Petra. Meals: Breakfast at hotel Activities: Petra
Breakfast and drive north towards the Dead Sea, en route visit the Stunning archaeological discoveries between Jordan River and Tell Al-Kharrar have identified this area as Biblical “Bethany-Beyond-the-Jordan” where John was living when he baptized Christ. St. Elijah's Hill is now the focal point of the Baptism site and is covered with remains of a Byzantine monastery with churches, large baptism pool s and water storage systems. Later in the afternoon, arrive at the Dead Sea Resort and day at leisure to enjoy the unique waters of the Dead Sea. The leading attraction at the Dead Sea is the hot, soothing super - salty seawater, which is four times saltier than normal seawater. This unusually salty, buoyant and mineral - rich water has attracted visitors since ancient times, all of whom have floated effortlessly on their backs while soaking up the water's healthy minerals along with the gently defused rays of the Jordanian sun. Overnight in the Dead Sea. Meals: Breakfast at hotel Activities: Baptism Site & Dead Sea
This morning travel to the Jordanian border where after immigration formalities you will be transferred by public shuttle bus over the border into Israel, here you’ll be met by a driver and transferred to your hotel in Jerusalem. The afternoon and evening offer free time.
Meals: Breakfast at Dead Sea hotel Activities: Free at leisure
Today you will enjoy a guided tour of Jerusalem (West Bank) and Bethlehem (West Bank). Our first stop is the holy Mount of Olives where there are amazing panoramic views of the old city. We take a walking tour of the atmospheric old city; wander through the Armenian and Jewish quarters to the Cardo (ancient Roman road). We continue on through the old city and the Christian quarter, visiting the famous Wailing Wall - a place of constant prayer and one of the most revered Hebrew sites. Retracing the final laboured steps of Jesus, burdened under the weight of the cross, we walk along the Via Dolorosa to the hallowed Church of the Sepulchre; the site of the crucifixion, Jesus’ tomb and the resurrection.
A short drive from Jerusalem is Bethlehem – the birthplace of Jesus; where we visit Manger Square and the Church of Nativity, which is reputed to be the oldest Church in the world and the site where Jesus was born. Spend the evening at leisure in Jerusalem.
Meals: Breakfast at Dead Sea hotel Activities: Mount of Olives , Wailing Wall, Manger Square and the Church of Nativity
We bid farewell to Jerusalem today and head north to the port city of Haifa. Here we'll visit the UNESCO world heritage listed Bahai Shrine and the beautiful tropical gardens set on the slopes of Mount Carmel. Travelling down the coast we stop in the historic city of Caesarea where Roman and Crusader-era ruins are strewn along the sea front. Continuing south we reach Jaffa, an ancient port where we enjoy a walking tour of the picturesque fortified town and marvel at the hilltop views. Then it's just a short drive to the vibrant, modern and cosmopolitan city of Tel Aviv, where we spend our final night. Dubbed "the city that never sleeps" Tel Aviv is renowned for its hedonistic nightlife and the city also has a plethora of trendy bistros, high-end restaurants and delicious street food stalls to choose from for dinner. Meals: Breakfast at hotel. Activities: Haifa, Caesarea & Jaffa