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This tour in Jordan includes
- Meet and assist at airport
- Ticket to mentioned sites
- Tour guide in Petra (3 hours) and Jerash (1 hour)
- All transfers with English speaking driver
- Camping in Wadi Rum on half board
- Jeep tour in Wadi Rum for 2 hours
- Dead Sea entrance fee and lunch
- Transfer from Amman to King Hussein bridge
- Hotel on bed and breakfast basis
Not included in Jordan
- Visa to Jordan
- Travel insurance
- Entrance fees
- Exit tax out of Israel / Palestine: NIS 178 pp (approx $52 pp – subject to change)
- Exit tax out of Jordan (JOD 10 pp, approx $15 – subject to change)
- Transfers between border terminals. Cost of shuttle bus is JOD 5 pp ( $8) plus JOD 1.50 ($3) per piece of luggage each way.
- Optional VIP Crossing Service at border – approx $110 pp.
- All tips to driver
- Personal items
- Any items not mentioned above
Tour to Jordan And Israel
Day 1, Amman Airport – Amman: Arrival at Queen Alia Airport in Amman. (You can obtain an entry visa upon arrival at the airport for the cost of 20 JD per person) Meet the driver. Transfer to the hotel in the city centre of Amman. Overnight at the hotel (Toledo Hotel or similar).
Day 2, Amman – Jerash – Ajloun – Amman: After breakfast, transfer to Jerash to visit one of the best preserved Greco-Roman ruins. Transfer to visit the ruins of the crusader castle in Ajloun. Return to Amman in the afternoon. Overnight at a hotel
Day 3, Amman – King Hussein Bridge – Jerusalem: After breakfast, transfer to King Hussein Bridge to cross into Israel. Transfer to Jerusalem. Free time in the afternoon. Overnight at a hotel.
Day 4, Jerusalem – Nazareth/Sea of Galilee/Tiberias – Jerusalem: After breakfast, transfer to Nazareth. Visit includes: the Church of the Annunciation, the Church of St. Joseph’s Carpentry, the Mount of Beatitudes, the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish, the ruins of the ancient synagogue of Capernaum and the City of Christ, etc. Transfer back to Jerusalem. Overnight at a hotel.
Day 5, Jerusalem – Bethlehem – King Hussein Bridge – Madaba: After breakfast, a city tour to visit the main sites of Jerusalem: Mt of Olives, Gethsemane, Old city with La Via Dolorosa, Church of Holy Sepulchre, Al Aqsa and Dome of the Rock and Wailing Wall. Afterwards transfer to Bethlehem for a quick visit of Milk Grotto and the Nativity Church. Transfer to the King Hussein Bridge to cross back into Jordan. Continue the road to Madaba. Overnight at a hotel.
Day 6, Madaba – Mt Nebo – Dead Sea – Petra: After breakfast, visit St. Georges Church to see the famous mosaics of the Holy Land. Transfer to Mt Nebo to see the impressive view of the Promised Land. Continue the road to Amman Beach in the Dead Sea for a few hours of swimming and floating in the salty water. Transfer to Wadi Musa, Petra. Overnight at a hotel.
Day 7. Petra (all day visit) – Wadi Rum: After breakfast, enter the site of Petra for all day visit: Siq, al Khazneh (the treasury), the theatre, the colonnaded street, the Great Temple, Qasr el Bint…etc. If time and energy permits, climb 800 stairs up to ad Deir (the monastery) Towards the end of the afternoon, transfer to the desert of Wadi Rum. Overnight at a private Bedouin camp.
Day 8, Wadi Rum – Amman: After breakfast, go on a 2 hour jeep tour to visit: the Lawrence Spring, al Khazali Canyon, old inscriptions, red sand dune, the natural rock bridge…etc. Transfer back to Amman. Free time in the afternoon for shopping or relaxing. Overnight at a hotel.
Day 9, Amman – Amman Airport: After breakfast, transfer back to Queen Alia Airport for final departure.
There are plenty of cafes in the Old City to eat lunch whilst on your trip. If you would like us to arrange lunch for you, the charge is an extra $20 per person.
Airport Pick Up
For transfers from the Airport add a total of $40 per car or $80 per van (half this if only one way).
Dead Sea Pick Up
For transfers from the Dead Sea add a total of $40 per car or $80 per van (half this if only one way).
Pick Up from other destinations in Jordan
For tours starting from other destinations in Jordan, please contact us for details of the extra costs.
Return via the northern Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein Crossing.
If returning to Amman via the Jordan River Crossing Sheikh Hussein instead of Allenby/ King Hussein Bridge, add $200. Note the exit tax at this border is NIS 103 pp (approximately $32). You also need to pay for a Jordan visa at this border which is JOD 20 pp (approx $30).
VIP Crossing Service at the border
For the short tours, we recommend clients consider using the VIP service. It is a service run by the border staff at the Allenby Crossing. It costs approximately $110 per person, per journey. They provide private transportation across the 3Km ‘no man’s land’ between the Jordanian and Israeli terminals. It also means you jump all the lines at immigration and passport control, passing through the border in about 1 hour. Without this service you will need to queue and wait for the shared shuttle bus, which could take 1-2 hours during less busy days, but may take longer depending on border traffic. Please note, the VIP service does not mean there will be less security checks, and you will still have to wait for the authorities to finish border procedures. This optional service will give you more touring time in Jerusalem, and the fee for this service is paid directly to the VIP office at the border.
Tours on Friday & Saturday – Early Border Closing on Weekend
Please be aware that the border closes early on Fridays and Saturdays (around 1pm or earlier), so we recommend not finishing a tour on these days. It is possible to finish a tour on these days if you return via the northern Jordan River / Sheikh Hussein crossing point, which closes slightly later on the weekend, however this will increase the cost and travel time – one would need to leave Jerusalem around 4pm, and a minimum of $200 will be added to the total trip cost.
Pick Up Times
The border opens at 8:00am (Israeli time), so we recommend pick ups to arrive at the border at this time. From Amman we suggest a 7:00am pick up and 7:30am from the Dead Sea. Arriving at the border at opening time allows one to catch the first shuttle bus between the Jordanian and Israeli terminals. The first bus leaves 30 minutes after the border opens. Afterwards the departure times are sporadic, and can lead to an hour wait or more. Unless your itinerary dictates otherwise, we recommend arriving at the border at opening time.
Payment is via our paypal account, which can be paid via credit, debit card or another paypal account. Alternatively, you may pay directly by credit card over telephone or email. When you confirm your booking details, please let us know how you would like to pay and we will send an invoice to you. Your booking will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.
We recommend traveling with carry on hand luggage in order to save time at the border. Keep your luggage with you and have it checked at the personal security check.
Early Closure of Bridge
Occassionally the Israelis close Allenby Bridge early. This only occurs in special circumstances and is unannounced, usually occurring a few times each year. In this situation it is possible to travel via Jordan Valley Crossing which is 90 minutes north of Allenby/ King Hussein Bridge.
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