: Our representative will meet you at the arrivals gate, will help you through airport formalities, later our driver will meet you and transfer you to your hotel for overnight. If time permits and you were not tired from your trip, we will take you on a welcome panoramic tour of Amman, and then a transfer to your hotel for overnight.
: Visit to one of the most amazing roman cities in the world: the city of Jerash. After we are done with Jerash visit and lunch, we head to Amman in the afternoon to visit the Citadel, the roman theater, and the old city. In the evening, visit the rainbow street for a walk and experience the local atmosphere till we reach Bait Sitty. Your local dinner will be prepared by a chef that you already know, well, it’s YOU.
Transfer to your hotel.
: Visit to Petra. The Nabateans carved this city in stone with simple tools 1500 years ago, and nothing will prepare you for the beauty and the sheer size of Al Khazna! Mark my words when it starts peeking at you by the end of the Siq.
Transfer to hotel.
: We head south of Amman to Mount Nebo and the memorial of Prophet Moses, later to visit Madaba and the St George Church.We later cross Allenby bridge and transfer to Jerusalem Drive to the Mount of Olives for a wonderful view of Jerusalem. Then go to the Pater Noster with the Lord's Prayer in different languages. From the Mount of Olives the traditional Palm Sunday route takes you to the foot of the hill and sees the Garden of Gethsemane with its ancient olive trees.
Enter the Old City through the Dung gate to visit the Wailing (or western) Wall and view the Haram Al Sharif with the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock. Walk the Via Dolorosa with its Stations of the Cross till you arrive at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where Jesus was crucified and buried, and then rose again. Leave the city through the bazaars to the west by Jaffa Gate. Drive through West Jerusalem to see the various landmarks.
Transfer to Hotel.
: Drive North to Capernaum where you will see the Synagogue where Jesus taught and the other remains of this once prosperous town on the shores of the Sea of Galilee that became his adopted home. You will visit the Mount of Beatitudes, scene of the famous Sermon on the Mount, and Tabgha, where the miracle of the feeding the 5000 is said to have happened.
Stop at the Church of the Primacy where Peter was told by Jesus that to continue his work, and try walking on water. Then on to Nazareth, the boyhood village of Jesus, now a bustling city. At the Church of the Annunciation you will see visitors from all corners of the world, and this is reflected in the décor of the modern building.
Transfer to Hotel.
: Drive past the Good Samaritan Inn to Jericho, the oldest city in the world.
Stop at Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Visit Masada, the desert fort and site of the last stand of the Jews against the Romans.
Transfer to Hotel.
: Crossing into the West Bank and stopping at the Separation Wall. Then into Bethlehem to see the Church of Nativity. On to the Shepherd's Fields in Bait Sahour.A chance to visit a site such as Mahane Yehuda Market, Yad Vashem (the Holocaust Museum), or the Israel Museum (where you can see the Dead Sea Scrolls). Later we proceed to cross to Taba with assistance.
: Drive To St. Catherine Mountain to visit the monastery Then Lunch After that drive to Cairo. In The way to Cairo we'll see rafedin, Elem passing by Suez Canal.
: Visit to Giza Pyramids including the Great Pyramid – one of the Seven Wonders of the world built by Cheops, Chephren and Mysterious, Proceed to the Sphinx, the Guardian of the pyramids which is a lion with a man’s head. Then go to visit Old Cairo (Coptic Area) including the famous Hanging Church.
: Depart for Luxor by domestic flight (To be purchased by guest). Upon arrival at Luxor, meet and transfer to the luxury Nile River Cruise, embark on board and lunch on board. After lunch visit to the Karnak Temple of with its mass of obelisks, pylons, colossi and courts. Dinner on board.
: Continue our Luxor sightseeing tour on west bank of the Nile River. Visit the Necropolis of Thebes and see the twin, 63 feet high Colossi of Mammon. Then precede to Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, known as – Dier Ei Bahari. It was established by Queen Hatshepsut. It’s time to head for the West Bank visit the world famous Valley of King, site of some 62 tombs. It was here that the tomb of Tutankhamen was found.
: Sail to Edfu and visit the Temple of Edfu, dedicated to the God Horus. Cross the Nile sailing to Kom Ombo to visit the Temple of Kom Ombo, dedicated to two gods – Sobek . Enjoy the Egyptian Galabea party
: Proceed to the Old Dam and High Dam which provide irrigation and electricity to whole of Egypt Take a boat ride to the beautiful Temple of Philae on the island of Isis. Domestic flight back to Cairo (To be purchased by guest).