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Jerash, huge Roman site; Famous mosaics of Madaba; Two full days at ancient 'Rose Red City' of Petra; Crusader Castles; Relaxing at Dead Sea resort
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Sat 08 Mar 2014||Sat 15 Mar 2014||$2130|
|Sat 18 Oct 2014||Sat 25 Oct 2014||$2130|
|Sat 01 Nov 2014||Sat 08 Nov 2014||$2130|
|Sat 14 Feb 2015||Sat 21 Feb 2015||$2130|
|Sat 07 Mar 2015||Sat 14 Mar 2015||$2130|
|Sat 17 Oct 2015||Sat 24 Oct 2015||$2130|
|Sat 31 Oct 2015||Sat 07 Nov 2015||$2130|
Optional Single Supplement: $460 (number of singles limited).
Amman, the modern yet ancient capital city of Jordan, is our entry point on this memorable eight-day tour of a country brimming with Biblical and historic sites and one whose urban centres that are among the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. We see marvellous stone amphitheatres and striking temples in Jerash, once a wealthy city that is today considered one of the most important and best-preserved of all Roman sites. Travelling past Byzantine churches and along the shores of the Dead Sea, we head to the hidden valley of Petra, 'the rose red city half as old as time' and one of the highlights of our tour. Perhaps the most impressive archaeological site in the Middle East, Petra boasts attractions that rival the temples and pyramids of Egypt in grandeur and promises remarkable photo opportunities by the dozen. The gold-sand beaches on the banks of the Red Sea provide the most idyllic of settings in which to relax and our cultural exploration of the area includes mingling with Bedouin tribesmen -- the nomadic herdsmen of the desert who made up Lawrence of Arabia's army.
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