Make full use of a day in Amman to visit top Jordan highlights on this private trip. See the Mosaic Map and another church mosaic at Madaba, and visit Mt. Nebo. Plus, hike along the Al-Mujib Siq river trail (summer only), and soak in the Dead Sea. Your trip includes round-trip private transportation, with entrance fees and local guides at each site at your own expense.
Discover an ancient city carved into sandstone cliffs on a two-day trip from Amman to Petra, and see Madaba’s churches, a crusader-era castle, and more. Spending the night in Wadi Musa means you’ll get a full day in Petra, with the option to explore on your own or hire a local guide onsite, plus an afternoon visit to Little Petra, an archeological site that's off the beaten track. Throughout the trip, enjoy the convenience of transport by private, climate-controlled vehicle, for a comfortable journey through the desert landscape.
Bethlehem is a Palestinian city where the Church of the Nativity is located where Jesus was born. We will also visit the local bazaar, and will arrange for a passport if necessary. We will dress in accordance with the holy places. From there we will continue to Jericho, where we will tell the story of Zakus next to the sycamore tree, and then we will go to the mountain of seduction where the devil tried Jesus, visit the local market of Jericho and eat lunch with the locals.
Combine visits to Madaba, Mt. Nebo, and the Citadel during this 6-hour private tour from Jordan's Dead Sea region. Travel with a private driver and enjoy a guided tour at each site, St. George Orthodox Church, the Jordan Archaeological Museum, and the Roman Temple of Hercules. This private tour ensures personalized attention from your guides and plenty of time to ask questions. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Get a personal introduction to Amman, Madaba, and Mt. Nebo on a 6-hour, private tour of the city that includes round-trip hotel transfer from Amman and all entrance fees. Explore traditional markets and modern neighborhoods, see historic Christian artwork in Madaba’s Orthodox church, and find panoramic views of the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea from a historic peak.