Day 1 - Tel Aviv.A warm welcome to the Holy Land and private transfer from Tel Aviv airport to your hotel.Accomodation The Dan Tel Aviv or Similar
DAY 2 -Tel Aviv.Today, tour the highlights of vibrant Tel Aviv, starting with a visit to the Diaspora Museum – a compelling historical account of the 2,000-year displacement of the Jews. Drive along the Promenade to Old Jaffa, at 8000 years old, it is the world’s oldest port. Visit its ancient ruins and walk along the restored artists' quarter.Next sightsee through the colorful streets of 19th century Neve Tzedek and Nahalat Binyamin, exploring the lively cafes and unique handicraft shops.
Day 3 - Tel Aviv - Jerusalem.Today's tour starts at the Mt of Olives with its spectacular views. Explore the Garden of Gethsemane before a guided walk through the Old City. Follow the Stations of the Cross, explore the markets of the Christian and Muslim Quarters and marvel at the views of the Dome of the Rock Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. After lunch, walk through the Jewish Quarter to the Western Wall, a site for prayer and pilgrimage for centuries.Accomodation King David Hotel or Similar
Day 4 - Masada - Dead Sea - Qumran.Visit Masada, the fortress built by King Herod, and on to Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Take a dip in the Dead Sea before returning to Jerusalem
Day 5 - Jerusalem - Amman.This morning you are transferred for the border crossing into Jordan. VIP immigration services are included. Meet your representative from Jordan and continue to the ancient city of Jerash, one of the most wellpreserved ancient Greco-Roman cities in the world, en route to Amman.Accomodation Four Seasons Hotel  or Similar
Day 6 - Amman - Petra.Travel south along the King's Highway. Visit the Christian town of Madaba to see the beautiful mosaics, Mt. Nebo with its views of the Jordan Valley and the ancient crusader castle of Kerak before arriving at Petra.Accomodation Petra Mövenpick Hotel or Similar
Day 7 - Petra.Explore the ancient 'Rose- Red City', whose tombs, temples and exquisite monuments are hewn from solid mountain rock. Sights include the Treasury, accessed through the narrow 'siq'; the Roman Theatre; the Corinthian and Palace Tombs and the Roman Road. In the afternoon an opportunity to climb the 1,200 steps to the Monastery with spectacular views.
Day 8 - Petra - Wadi Rum - Dead Sea.An adventure in store with a 4WD excursion to Wadi Rum and its huge mountains of sandstone and narrow canyons made famous by Lawrence of Arabia. This afternoon, travel on to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth.Accomodation Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea 
Day 9 - Dead Sea.Today is at leisure to swim in the mineral-laden waters and enjoy your resort hotel
Day 10 - Dead Sea - Amman.Private transfer to Amman airport for departure flight

VIP Experience

The Dan Tel Aviv -The Dan Tel Aviv Hotel reflects Tel Aviv’s dynamic lifestyle. The first luxury Tel Aviv hotel in Israel’s first Jewish city, the Dan Tel Aviv has always been a prime venue for statesmen, politicians and artists who gathered here from the earliest years of the State of Israel. Considered the Tel Aviv hotel of choice, the Dan Tel Aviv is justly renowned for its prime location overlooking the Mediterranean and splendid beaches edged by the city’s famous seafront promenade bustling with happy strollers. Designer stores, commercial centers and the city’s famed after-dark attractions are all on the doorstep -
The King David Hotel Jerusalem, one of the world’s legendary hotels, is a major landmark in a unique city. Blending the past and old world refinement, the King David Hotel is unquestionably the most famous of all Jerusalem hotels. Superbly located on an elevated site, the King David Hotel Jerusalem offers incomparable views of the walls, minarets and domes of the Old City. Only a 15 minute walk from the King David Jerusalem hotel is the Old City with all of its splendor. The Old City is divided into four quarters- the Armenian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim. Each quarter has an incredibly rich history that dates back thousands of years.
Four Seasons Hotel-Amman.located between the prestigious Al Sweifiyah residential area and the Shmeisani financial district, luxurious five-star Four Seasons Hotel Amman is a crown jewel in the heart of Jordan’s bustling capital city.  
The Mövenpick Resort Petra is located directly at the entrance to the historic Jordanian city of Petra. This resort with an oriental flair features an exciting combination of natural stone, handcrafted wood and Middle Eastern fabrics and textures.With 183 newly renovated rooms and suites and a wide variety of restaurants for your culinary cravings, the Mövenpick Resort Petra will certainly provide long lasting memories. Enjoy your time spent in one of the world’s most extraordinary atop the highest of Amman’s seven hills is Four Seasons Hotel Amman, a majestic luxury hotel with large rooms and suites, modern amenities and unparalleled service that set a new standard of quality and excellence.
Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea is the most ideal venue from which to explore the rich culture and deep history of the area. This 5 star luxury hotel is situated on the edge of the famous salt lake - the lowest point on earth - and provides uninterrupted views across the vast sea towards the west bank and access to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including religious sites and majestic countryside.Our unique location will allow you to fully enjoy your trip to the Dead Sea. You can find all the information about our location and how to get there under "Hotel Location". To complement your experience with us, we have gathered valuable information about the best sightseeing in the region under "Local Information". To have a sneak peek of what your chosen room will look like, or to stir up visions of relaxing by one of our amazing pools, you can check out our "Image Gallery" and indulge your eyes with the beauty and charm of Ishtar.

Package Details

Combining two of the Middle East's most fascinating destinations makes perfect sense and  in each country bringing to life thousands of years of history. You'll walk in the steps of biblical giants and modern-day adventurers seeing some of the world's most iconic and ancient sites and understanding something of contemporary life and cultural relations in this extraordinary part of the world.
  • 2 Nights Accommodation inTel Aviv
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Jerusalem
  • 1 Nights Accommodation in Amman
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Petra
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Dead Sea
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast - Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seing as per itineary
When to Go: Jordan is a year-round destination – but despite its small size, you’ll find wide variations in climate,The best time to visit is spring (March–May), when temperatures are toasty but not scorching, wildflowers are out everywhere (even the desert is carpeted), and the hills and valleys running down the centre of the country are lush and gorgeously colourful. The worst of the rain is over by March, though it doesn’t entirely peter out in Amman and the hills until late April. Humidity is pleasant everywhere, and low, clear sunlight draws a spectacular kaleidoscope of colour and texture from the desert rocks.

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