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Journey Through the Holy Land of Israel & Jordan - 11 Days
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Journey Through the Holy Land of Israel & Jordan - 11 Days

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Explore the Holy Land site of Israel and Jordan , This 11 day adventure covers Holy Land top tour sites. Begin in Tel Aviv make your way to Northern Israel to visit Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Galilee, Golan Hights, Tabgha, Capernaum and sleep at a kibbutz near Galilee. Explore Israel’s culture and history in modern Haifa, ancient Caesarea and Tel Aviv’s bustling port. Visit the archeological sites atop Masada plateau then immerse yourself in the Dead Sea. We continue to Holy Jerusalem and Bethlehem Christian sites. We continue to the south to Visit Jordan - Petra, Jerash, Mount Nebo Amman.<br><br>.<br><br>● Explore Bethlehem, Nazareth, the Golan Heights and the miracle sites of the Sea of Galilee.<br><br>● Visit historic sites of Jordan - Petra, Jerash, Mount Nebo Amman.<br><br>● Entrance fees to places of interest while touring.<br><br>● 10-night biblical and historical Israel tour and Jordan.<br><br>● Visit Haifa, UNESCO-listed Acre and ancient Caesara.<br><br>● Explore Wadi Rum with unforgettable Jeep Tour
US$2,340.00 per adult
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Kim G wrote a review Nov 2020
Pacific Grove, California3,135 contributions199 helpful votes
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The Treasury "Al-Khazneh" is definitely the icon of Petra. Traveling through the slot canyon gorge known as "The Siq", the visitor will emerge from this 1.2 km approach where the immense and intricately carved facade of The Treasury is ultimately revealed. Far more expansive than imaginable, I gasped in disbelief and awe upon my initial glimpse. Unfortunately, but wisely, the interior "cave" of this rose colored sandstone edifice has been blocked off to access in more recent years. Yes; it is worth the travel and expense to experience this New 7th Wonder of the World.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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iWiebe wrote a review Nov 2020
Utrecht, The Netherlands1,079 contributions204 helpful votes
This is the main reason people visit Petra and rightfully so. When walking through the Siq gorge the view over the Treasury slowly opens up an you'll be rewarded with a stunning experience.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ayoub E wrote a review Nov 2020
Echirolles, France1 contribution
It is a place full of history, and interesting for anyone who loves the history of the Middle East. With a beautiful landscape and a breathtaking monument. The only problem is that I didn't take my cap with me and I regret it all along.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Mihaela11 wrote a review Aug 2020
Amman, Jordan5,758 contributions227 helpful votes
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After walking the Siq ,the first sight of the " Khazneh" is a marvel. The rose color and the majestic symbol of Petra please your eyes. And you wonder how people built this wonder more than 2000 years ago. Because of the Covid Pandemic there are not many visitors at Petra, only Jordanians, and we could enjoy the view in peace.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jim P wrote a review Jul 2020
Toronto, Canada1,719 contributions147 helpful votes
This is the main reason why people come to Petra. It does take some times to get here and there is more distance to cover in the rest of the area. Unlike other tourist site, The Treasury is not the best spot; the whole area is worth your attention, from the entrance to the Basin Restaurant. Do your research! If you have 3-4 hrs to spare, make an effort to hike up to the Monastery. It is much better than the Treasury and a lot less crowded. P.S. The place usually less crowded on your return
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Date of experience: February 2020
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