14 Day Israel and Jordan Private Tour

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Discover beautiful Israel and the wonderful colors of Jordan with with an exciting 14 day tour! 

Day 1. Arrival 

Arrival to Tel Aviv International Airport. A Noah Tours representative will meet you after passport control and accompany you to your transfer to your hotel.

Day 2. Jaffa – Caesarea – Haifa – Nazareth – Cana – Galilee

After breakfast drive through Jaffa, an ancient port city and the oldest part of Tel Aviv. Continue on to the ancient city of Caesarea that was built by King Herod the Great while driving along the beautiful Mediterranean coast. We will then proceed to Haifa, passing by Mt. Carmel to see the famous Bahai Gardens. From Haifa, we will drive to Nazareth and the Church of Annunciation. Drive to Cana, where the miracle of Jesus turning water into wine took place and visit the “Wedding Church”.  End the day with an overnight in Tiberias/Galilee Sea. 

Day 3. Galilee – Mt. Beatitudes – Capernaum – Tabgha - Golan Heights 

Start the day with an exciting boat ride on the Galilee Sea. Continue to see the “Jesus Boat”, the ancient boat found sunk in the Sea of Galilee from the time of Jesus. Ascend up to Mt. Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the “Sermon on the Mount”.  Continue the day in Capernaum, known as “The Town of Jesus”, visit the synagogue and Peter’s house. Take a lunch break with a delicious St. Peters fish lunch. Next, we will visit Tabgha, the place where the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes took place. You will also have the amazing opportunity to see the famous mosaic under the alter of the ancient church of Tabgha. Proceed to the Golan Heights and have an overview from above. End the day at your hotel in the Galilee Sea for your overnight.

Day 4. Jordan River – Qumran – Masada – Dead Sea

Begin the morning driving along the Jordan River to Yardenit Baptismal Site. Visit Qumran and see the caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Travel on to Masada where you will take a cable car up to the fortress. The history of the famous Jewish fortification will unfold before your eyes; the palaces built by King Herod, the synagogue and bathhouses used by the Jews. Descend Masada by cable car and drive to the Dead Sea for some relaxation and a dip in the water. Overnight at a Dead Sea hotel and spa where you will be able to take advantage of the spa facilities.

Day 5. Dead Sea - Mt. of Olives - Bethlehem

Take advantage of some extra sleep or an early spa treatment, since check out isn’t until 11:00 AM. Go up to the Mt. of Olives, a cemetery that once was covered in olive groves, where you will have a magnificent panoramic view of Jerusalem. Depart for Bethlehem to see the Church of Nativity located at Manger Square. Overview of the Judean Desert and Shepherd's Field. Finish the day back in Jerusalem for your overnight. 

Day 6. Jerusalem (New City) - Mahane Yehuda Market

The morning will begin with a visit to Israel’s official memorial to the Holocaust, Yad VaShem, located on Mt. Herzl. Drive past The Knesset and the Israeli Supreme Court, on your way to the Israel Museum, Israel’s national museum, where you will see the Dead Sea Scrolls as well as a model of the Second Temple. Continue the day with an exciting tour of the Mahane Yehuda Marketplace (Shuk) and experience life as an Israeli. Overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 7. Jerusalem (Old City) - Tel Aviv

Today will begin with a tour of the Garden of Gethsemane, the place where Jesus prayed and his disciples slept the night before his crucifixion. Make your way to Mt. Zion where you will visit David’s Tomb and the site of the Last Supper, also known as the “Upper Room”. We continue to the Christian Quarter where you will enter the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where Jesus was crucified. From there, walk where Jesus walked and make your way down Via Dolorosa (Stations of the Cross). The day will continue with a trip to The Cardo, what used to be a main street in the Old City during the time when Judea was under Roman rule. Go down to the Western Wall and spend some time in reflection and/or prayer. End the day with an overnight in Tel Aviv. 

Day 8.  Tel Aviv - Sh. Hussein Bridge - Jerash - Ajloun -  Amman

Drive from Tel Aviv to the border. After border crossing procedures to enter Jordan. Transfer for the visit of Jerash, the Pompei of the East. Jerash has been covered by sand for centuries, which is the main reason why it is still so well-preserved. You will enter Jerash through the monumental South Gate and find yourself wandering around in a Roman city. You will walk in the Oval Plaza surrounded by colonnades, visit the Roman theatre and Byzantine churches with mosaic-covered floors. Enjoy a stroll along Jerash's main road, the Cardo, and pass by the Nymphaeum. You may experience the marvellous acoustics of the theatre, from the Jerash music festival which takes place every year. See for yourself how the Romans built the earthquake-proof columns of the colonnaded streets. After the visit, transfer for the visit of Ajloun an Islamic military castle that was used by the Islamic armies of Saladin to protect the region against the crusaders. At the end of the afternoon transfer to Amman. Overnight at hotel.

Day 9. Amman – Madaba – Mount Nebo – Kerak – Shoubak -  Petra

After breakfast, visit of Mt Nebo, the place where Moses looked over the Holy Land and the Dead Sea. That is the place where Moses was seen for the last time, therefore we consider this place as burial place for Moses. You can visit here the memorial church of Moses. If the sky is clear, the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Jericho will meet your eye. Then transfer for the visit of Madaba. Famous for the unique mosaic map of the Holy Land, which can be found on Saint George’s church floor. Transfer to Kerak, the magnificent crusader's fortress. Proceed via the crusaders castle - Shobak, to Wadi Mussa, the modern village of Petra for overnight. 

Day 10. Petra Visit

After breakfast, get ready to visit the ancient city of Petra, the capital of the Nabateans. Here you will walk through the SIQ, which is a narrow passage nearly 1 km in length. Then see the treasury (AL-Khazneh) which is carved into the red-rose rocks. Visit the other parts of the city; the Roman theatre, the temples and cemeteries of the Nabateans, Byzantines, and Romans, The Palace, The Temple of Flying Lions, the altar and the monastery on the high cliffs of the city. You can also have the opportunity to visit the Archaeological and Nabatean’s museums of Petra. Overnight at Petra. 

Day 11. Wadi Rum (2 Hours 4x4) – Aqaba

After breakfast, transfer to Wadi rum for a 2 hour jeep tour to experience a journey to another world. A silent and timeless place where you will be dwarfed to insignificance. 'Vast, echoing and Godlike', that's how Lawrence of Arabia described the uniquely shaped massive mountains rise out of the rose-red desert sand. Continue on to Aqaba, the port of Jordan to the Red Sea for free.

Day 12. Aqaba

After breakfast, enjoy a fun day on the Red Sea in Aqaba. Overnight at Aqaba.

Day 13. Aqaba - Dead Sea

After breakfast, transfer to the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea when you can enjoy the Dead Sea and relax on the Spa of your hotel. Overnight at the Dead Sea hotel.

Day 14. Dead Sea - Amman Airport

After breakfast, meet our representatives, transfer to the Airport for the departure.

Optional: Land Transfer or Flight back to Tel Aviv Airport (at additional cost).

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ADVANTAGES OF A PRIVATE TOUR

 ADVANTAGES OF A PRIVATE TOUR

  • A private tour is the most exclusive way to discover Israel.

  • A private guide and driver will be provided for your convenience.

  • You can choose the language of your choice.

  • You can be picked up from any point in Israel. 

  • Private vehicles are government licensed, new model, A/C tour vans.

  • You can customize your tour schedule.

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