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Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Amman.

Upon arrival at Amman, meet and greet by our local representative. Commence our Amman city sightseeing, the modern and ancient capital of the Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the World. Drive through old and modern Amman and visit the Roman Amphitheatre, Folklore Museum, Museum of Popular Traditions, Archaeological Museum, and the ruins of the Temple of Hercules.

Hotel: Amman Marriott Hotel, Kempinski Hotel or similar

Begin the day, proceeding to Jerash. It will reveal the most beautifully preserved example of a Greco-Roman city in existence. Explore the grand ruins of the Temples of Artemis and Zeus, where you can listen to the Whispering Column, and take in the vast oval Forum, Hadrian’s Triumphal Arch and the mile long Street of Columns. Continue to Madaba to see the amazing mosaic map in St George’s Church, which dates from around AD560. Travel on to Mount Nebo, where Moses stood and saw before him the Promised Land, then continue to Dead Sea , time for bathing and swim , ( Baptism sight) before continuing to Petra.

Hotel: Movenpick Resort Petra, Petra Marriott Hotel, Movenpick Nabetean Resort or similar

Spend the whole day visiting Petra, the rose red city, half as old as time. Upon arrival at Mose’s village, transfer onto horseback that brings you into the desert gorge; then by foot approaching to this lost city – which is Jordan’s most famous attraction – is through a narrow gorge, the siq, whose wall rise up 200 metres. In ancient days, the Siq was Petra’s protection from surprise attack. Emerging from the path to see the Treasury, where it is thought Ali Baba and his 40 thievies hid their stolen treasures. Wind your way through the canyon to explore the imposing Roman Amphitheatre, whose once seated 2000 spectators and the ancient tombs.

Hotel: Amman Marriott Hotel, Kempinski Hotel or similar

Note: Access to Petra is by means of footpath only. The main sites occur near ground that is level and well-worn, though the overall site is huge. Our pace is leisurely with frequent breaks; however, to fully experience Petra you must be prepared for a considerable amount of walking and little shade.

Drive to Israeli border. Crossing the Allenby Bridge (also known as King Hussein Bridge) on the famous River Jordan, to Israel. Proceed to Yardenit, a baptism site on the Jordan River. Continue to Jericho, the oldest city in the world, proceed to Mount Tabor to visit the famous Church of the Transfiguration.

Hotel: Caesar Premier Tiberias Hotel or similar

Visit the Beautitudes Church where Jesus preached the sermon on the mount, the Church of the Primacy of St. Peter and Tabgha where Jesus performed the multiplication of the loaves and fish. Continue to Capernaumwhere you will see a 4th century Synagogue and St. Peter’s House. Take a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Continue to Cana where Jesus changed the water into wine. Couples will renew their marriage vows in the Church of Cana. Next stop is Nazareth. It is here wherethe Angel Gabriel appeared before Mary and where Jesus spent his boyhood. Visit the Church of the Annunciation and St. Joseph’sWorkshop and the home of the Holy Family.

Hotel: Caesar Premier Tiberias Hotel or similar

the day driving to Mount Carmel in Haifa, for a panaronmic view of the city by the sea. Visit the Bahai Shrine, with its pretty Persian Gardens, also known as the “Bahai Hanging Gardens”. Continue to Caesarea, built by Herod the Great, where Peter baptized the centurion Cornelius. See the Roman Amphitheatre, the Aqueduct and many other ruins. On to Tel Aviv, enjoy a city tour to view the Opera Building and Prime Minster Rabin Square.

Hotel: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Prima Hotel Tel Aviv or similar

This morning drive to Jaffa, which like Venice and Genoa, is a great port of the times. Walk through Jaffa’s reconstructed Artist’s Quarter. Proceed to Jerusalem, thereafter to the Mount of Olives for a breathtaking view of the city. Visit the Pater Noster Church, the Dominus Flevit, the Church of All Nations and the Garden of Gethsemane. Proceed to Mount Zion where you will visit the Room of the Last Supper, King David’s Tomb, the Dormition Abbey, St. Peter’s Church. Then drive to Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus. Visit the Church of Nativity and the Shepherd’s Fields.

Hotel: Dan Panorama Jerusalem or similar

Enter the Old Jerusalem city. Stop at the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed a blind man. Visit the Church of St. Anne. Then follow the Via Dolorosa (14 Stations of the Cross) starting at the Church of Flagellation (Lithostrotos) to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of the Calvary. On to Mount Moriah to visit the Western Wall. Ascend the Temple Mount to the Mosque El Agsa, the golden Dome of the Rock where Isaac was bound for sacrifice. Continue to New Jerusalem, view the Knesset Building (Israeli Parliament), the Menorah. Visit the Shrine of Book, housed in the Israel Museum which also contains the Dead Sea Scrolls. Tour Yad Vashem, the moving Holocaust Museum, commemorating the Jewish people killed during the Holocaust, during World War II.

Hotel: Dan Panorama or similar

Rise and shine, proceed to Qumran Caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. Continue along the shore of the Dead Sea to the lowest spot on earth – at 400metres below sea level. Ascend by cablecar to the awe-inspiring Masada Fortress built by King Herod, around 70 AD. It was also said that a brave band of Jewish zealots held out for 3 years against the Roman legions. Descend to the Dead Sea where extremely salty waters will allow you to enjoy floating at ease. Enjoy a dip in the therapeutic and mineral rich waters. The mud of the Dead Sea is believed to be good for human skin.

Hotel: Leonardo Herods Hotel or similar

Breakfast at hotel. Check out for a drive to Eilat / Taba Border, with Egypt. You will be met and assisted then check in at the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Hotel: Ecotel Dahab Bay View Resort or similar

At dawn, ascend Mount Sinai, which is 2285 metres above sea level. It is believed that God revealed the Ten Commandments to Moses here. Ascend to Mount Sinai may take up to 4-hours for an awe-inspiring sunrise experience (Passenger have the option not to trek, if they do not wish). After breakfast, visit St Catherine’s Monastery, an UNESCO Heritage Site – the smallest diocese and the oldest Christian monastery still in use in the world. It also houses a vast collecton of icons and precious manuscript. (Monastery closed on Friday and Sunday) Drive through the tunnel under the Suez Canal to Cairo.

Hotel: Le Meridien Pyramids, Hilton Ramses or similar

Begin the day by enjoying a camel ride to marvel at one of the Seven Wonders of ancient world when you visit the Great Pyramids at Giza, and their guardian, the Sphinx (lion with human head). Then, time to visit the famous Khan El Khalili Bazaars to for last minute shopping. Transfers to the airport for your flight back home.


All tours are conducted in English.

Due to religious festivals and other unforeseen circumstances, the order of itinerary may need to change at short notice.

Security is a major concern to all of us and the situation in Israel coupled with the “Travel Advisories” put out by various governments may at times necessitate changes to the accommodation and itinerary.

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