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Tours of Egypt, Jordan and Israel

Find the right tour for you that goes to Egypt, Jordan and Israel . With 9 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 14 days to 22 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is April, which has the most number of departures.

9 trips through Egypt, Jordan and Israel

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Highlights

  • Wander around magnificent temple structures and other architectural gems that represent a prosperous era in Egyptian history, at Luxor.
  • Give in to the aroma of incense and spices on the intricate streets of Cairo’s Khan Al- Khalili market.
  • Dive near shipwrecks and discover underwater Red Sea wonders off Dahab.
  • Clamber your way through the narrow siq and catch your breath as you come face to face with the awe inspiring majesty of the rose-hued Petra ruins.
  • Drive around sandstone spectacles and envelop yourself in the immense tranquility that surrounds Jordan’s Wadi Rum Desert.
  • Wash away the tiredness as you float like a cork in the unsinkable waters of the Dead Sea.
  • Have a spiritual epiphany while exploring sacred landmarks that belong to diverse religions at Jerusalem.
  • Revel in Tel Aviv’s magnetic charisma and urban, youthful vibe.

Tips

  • Use the phrase ‘Shalom’ to convey ‘Hello’ and ‘Goodbye’ in Israel.
  • Avoid smoking at religious places and in front of traditional Jewish people on Saturdays.
  • Men should cover their heads by wearing a ‘yarmulke’ or traditional skull cap that is available for visitors at Jewish memorials and sacred places.
  • If you like gold jewelry, shop at Amman’s gold souk for some fascinating finds.
  • When offered coffee by a Bedouin, tilt the cup a few times and give it back to indicate that you do not want more servings.
  • Men should dress in long trousers or loose fitting knee-length shorts and wear buttoned shirts in Jordan.
  • Women should wear opaque clothes that do not reveal the legs, arms or chest.
  • If you like glass products, look for a colorful Muski glass which is made using an ancient technique in Cairo’s Khan Al-Khalili market.