Israel and Jordan Uncovered

About Tel Aviv, Israel


Highlights


Jerusalem Day 2

  • Visit Lions Gate
  • Visit Dolorosa
  • Visit Church of Holy Sepulchre
  • Visit Arab Market
  • Visit Jewish Quarter
  • Visit Western Wall
  • Visit Mount Zion

Jerusalem Day 3

  • Visit Mount Herzl Military Cemetery
  • Visit Vad Yashem Museum and Memorial
  • Visit Israel Museum Dead Sea Scrolls and Second Temple Model

Petra to Eilat

  • Visit Wadi Rum and take a 4x4 tour across the desert

Eilat

  • Underwater Observatory
  • Umm Rash Rash Memorial
  • Hike the Red Canyon

Eilat to Tel Aviv

  • Masada
  • Ein Gredi Oasis
  • The Dead Sea
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You will visit the following 2 places:

Israel

Israel

Israel is a country in the Middle East, on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea and the northern shore of the Red Sea. It is considered part of the Holy Land (together with areas of Jordan, Egypt and the Palestinian Territories). The four major monotheistic religions—Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Bahaism—all have historical ties to the region. Israel thus contains a vibrant modern history and culture, based in part on the diverse, immigrant origins of its inhabitants returning from the Jewish Diaspora. These aspects make Israel a fascinating destination for many travelers and pilgrims. As a result of this vast mix of culture, in addition to the official languages of Hebrew and Arabic, Russian, French, Spanish, Amharic and Yiddish are also spoken by a significant minority of Israelis.

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan is an Arab kingdom in Western Asia, on the East Bank of the Jordan River known by its ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts. Many travellers and tourists visit Jordan with its history in mind, and understandably so. It’s home to the famed archaeological site of Petra, the Nabatean capital dating to around 300 B.C.E. Everywhere you visit, you will hear heartfelt words of welcome, and will often be invited into shops or people’s homes for a glass of sweet tea and a conversation.

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