Israel & Jordan Express
8 days in the Middle East
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Group Size: Avg 12
Trip code: DOJO
Duration: 8 days
Your Instagram account won't know what hit it after you fill your feed with the incredible snaps taken on this eight-day tour through Israel and Jordan. Explore the winding alleyways of Jerusalem's Old City, see Petra's stunning tombs and monasteries carved into rock walls, learn about Bedouin culture during an overnight stay in the desert, and hit the beach in Tel Aviv. On the brink of settling on the tourist track, now's the perfect time to experience these countries with your budget and an exploratory spirit in mind.
- Check out Amman’s party scene
- Hike around archaeological marvels in Petra
- Stay overnight at a Bedouin desert camp
- Take a dip in the Dead Sea
- Chill out on the beaches of Tel Aviv
Day 1 - Jerusalem
Arrive at any time. Shake off that jet lag and prepare for an evening buzzing with excitement. Head out with your group and guide for drinks at a favourite local spot. After, feel free to do some exploring in the area on your own or with some fellow travellers. Kick-off your adventure in Jerusalem with lively music, and a healthy dose of fun.
Day 2 - Jerusalem
Take a guided walk through the Old City along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the western wall. Later, get a taste of modern life in Jerusalem with a visit to the bustling Yehuda Market, and stop at a local craft beer cafe.
Day 3 - Jerusalem / Wadi Rum
Cross the border into Jordan. Stop at a community–supported community cafe for lunch then continue into Wadi Rum. Head out for a 4x4 desert excursion before a traditional dinner and overnight at a Bedouin desert camp.
Day 4 - Wadi Musa / Petra
Start early to visit iconic Petra for a tour and free time to hike and wander on your own. This evening, opt to visit Petra by Night.
Day 5 - Wadi Musa / Amman
Drive to Amman, and take a tour of key sites, including the famous Citadel and the Roman Amphitheatre. Later join your guide for a night out at the famous Rainbow Street.
Day 6 - Amman / Tel Aviv
Travel back across the border into Israel with a stop to float in the Dead Sea and orientation visit to Bethlehem including a stop at Banksy's 'Walled Off Hotel'. Continue to the vibrant city of Tel Aviv.
Day 7 - Tel Aviv
Full free day to explore, chill on the beach, check out the street art or opt to take an excursion to Caesarea and Haifa. Later catch the sunset at a beach bar.
Day 8 - Tel Aviv
Depart at any time.
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The trip starts in Jerusalem on day 1. Tel Aviv airport is the nearest airport to Jerusalem. Day 1 is an arrival day and no activities have been planned for that day other then your welcome meeting in the evening, so you can arrive at any time. You can take a public bus from the airport to Jerusalm for around 35 ILS, or a metered taxi which will cost about 150 ILS.
The trip ends in Tel Aviv on day 8. You can depart at any time.
7 nights of accommodation are included: Simple hotels (3 nights), hostel–dormitory (3 nights) basic desert camp (1 nightt).
7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner are included. The rest of the meals are easily purchased locally.
The minimum age for this trip is 18 years old. This trip is designed for 18-39 year olds.
On entry, British visitors are granted leave to enter for a period of up to 3 months. For this trip, the Jordanian visa will be organized at the border. Not all nationalities automatically qualify for this visa on arrival, and it is vital that you contact your local embassy or consulate for updated information according to your passport nationality.
It’s your responsibility to obtain the necessary visas for your time away. Visa rules are subject to change without prior notice, so please do check visa requirements at the time of your trip.
This trip is designed with your safety and wellbeing in mind. As a result of Covid-19, many of our suppliers and partners around the world are introducing new policies and procedures surrounding health and safety in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. As the state of travel is evolving these new safety measures will adapt over time, and will be different for each trip. Here are some of the changes you may see on your trip:
Arrival safety meetings
Most trips have an arrival meeting on the first day where the guide or local team will run through the trip, the safety protocols, and to answer any questions you may have. Now more than ever it is important you arrive in time for these meetings.
Updated hygiene and safety procedures
Our suppliers and partners have health and safety procedures in place on all of our trips. These protocols will be updated and adapted as a response to the Coronavirus outbreak, dependent on local restrictions and laws.
Transport and accommodation choices
Our suppliers and partners choose the accommodation and transport on our trips very carefully, and you may see a change to what would normally be used as a response to the outbreak. This may involve such changes as enhanced use of private transport or quieter accommodation.
Trained and knowledgeable staff
Our staff in the UK are trained to help you with your trip before you depart and answer any questions you may have. In addition, the local team and guides on our trips are there to help with any health and safety concerns and to ensure our trips run safely and smoothly.
Reduced group sizes
Some trips will run with reduced group sizes to start with. You may find that trips are more intimate and chilled, whilst still being packed with fun and adventure.
Your guide or the local team will be on hand to help you seek medical attention should you require it during your trip. As medical facilities and standards can vary around the world, you should ensure you have adequate travel insurance in place before you depart to cover you for any medical emergencies.
24/7 emergency support
We operate an emergency phone line for our travellers abroad. This is operated by a UK based member of staff 24/7 if you have a genuine emergency or urgent matter that you need attending.
It is important that you take measures to make travelling safer for yourself and others around you. Ensure you frequently wash your hands, cover your face when you sneeze and cough, bring and use your own hand sanitiser and facial coverings/masks, and enable social distancing where necessary. You should also ensure you listen to the instructions and guidance of the local team at all times, and follow all local laws and restrictions.