Israel, Palestinian Territories, Jordan Adventure Tour Details

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We will be a looking at details of our actual trip. We have added some raw video some promotional video for your enjoyment as well. It is our intention to show you a detailed adventure from our records, and for three generations of people who went. Nothing is going to go 100% perfect, but if planned out well with background support even when things go wrong it will only add to your adventure.

Over the years my family, and I have taken many trips, and had many experiences. Out of every trip the resources, and people who have helped over the years have been very different. Since we tell stories about places we have been too, and take photographs, and video during the trips. It is very important that we have very good quality support behind the scenes from talking about our trips to starting, and finishing each segment along the way. Our last trip to Israel, Palestinian Territories, and Jordan was by far the best trip we have ever taken. The content we are still creating today, and will be able to continue over many years will always be relevant.

Our tour guide operator was Noah Tours, and they ensured I had every detail done correctly from the start. The team working here from the management on down ensured everything from Passport control to Airport Pickup was scheduled in a specific manner that allowed us to enjoy every single stage of this trip. This post contains an overview, and you can view the additional content over at our website. The link is posted at the bottom of this post. Here is their contact information below for your review.

This was our first Noah Tours!

Guide in Israel

Ms Elinoar Nitzani

Noah Tours staff / driver / Guide in the West Bank  

Mr. Yossef Barakat & Mrs Silvia Barakat

Jordan guide 

Ahmad Hussein

Noah Tours  office team 

Ms. Rachel Powers

Ms. Ira Rodionova

Guy Timberg

Sales Department
Noah Tours Ltd.
Communication Centre Neve Ilan,

Office:  +972-2-6339956
USA:     +1 646 8639666
Fax:      +972-2-6339959
Mobile:+972-54-5304562

[email protected]

http:www.noahtours.com

This is a copy of our itinerary for everyones review, and can be used for your own adventure as well. We are in no way affiliated with anyone here and are only happy customers.

Israel, Palestinian Territories, Jordan Adventure Tour Review

ITINERARY: Israel & Jordan Private Tour 13 Days 12 Nights, July 8–20

Market House Hotel

Day 1: Wed, July 8 2015. Arrival–Tel Aviv 

  • Arrival Tel Aviv, meeting & assistance
  • Transfer to your hotel in Tel Aviv
  • Free afternoon on your own: Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv promenade and the beach   Overnight at hotel in Tel Aviv

Day 2: Thu, July 9 2015. Mediterranean Coast tour

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Caesarea
  • Haifa
  • Akko
  • Overnight in Tiberias

Day 3: Fri, July 10 2015. Galilee and Golan 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Jordan River rafting
  • Zfat Kabbala center/ or Banias national park instead
  • Golan Heights
  • Optional: Druze hospitality (traditional dinner)
  • Overnight in Tiberias

Day 4: Sat, July 11 2015. Beait Shean – Jericho – Jerusalem 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Beit Shean
  • Qasr El Yahud  baptismal site on Jordan river
  • Visit Jericho
  • Transfer to Jerusalem
  • Mt. Olives
  • Overnight in Jerusalem

Day 5: Sun, July 12 2015. Old City Jerusalem

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Old City walking tour:
  • Western Wall
  • Via Dolorosa
  • Holy Sepulcher
  • Mahane Yehuda Market
  • Overnight in Jerusalem

Church of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem

Day 6: Mon, July 13 2015. New City Jerusalem 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • New City Jerusalem tour:
  • Israel Museum – Shrine of the Book
  • Holocaust Museum
  • Overnight in Jerusalem

Day 7: Tue, July 14 2015. Bethlehem  

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Half-Day
    tour:
  • Nativity Church
  • Shepherds’ Fields
  • Transfer back to Jerusalem for free afternoon: explore on our own   Overnight in Jerusalem

Church Of The Nativity Bethlehem 

Church Of The Nativity Bethlehem 

Day 8: Wed, July 15 2015. Masada – Dead Sea – Aqaba 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Via Judean desert
  • Pass by Qumran
  • Visit Masada: ascend/descend by cable car
  • floating experience
  • Transfer to Taba border
  • Drive to Aqaba hotel for overnight

Dead Sea

Oasis Of The River Jordan

Dead Sea

Day 9: Thu, July 16 2015. – Red Sea – Petra 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Half-day free: enjoy the Red Sea beach
  • Wadi Rum 4×4 jeep tour (approx. 2 hours)
  • Transfer to Petra
  • Overnight in Petra

View of The Red Sea

New Aqaba Housing Development

Relaxing at the Red Sea Intercontinental Aqaba hotel

Day 10: Fri, July 17 2015. Petra – Amman 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Petra full day tour:
  • The Siq
  • Al-Khazneh or the Treasury and the other
  • Transfer to Amman for overnight

Our Explorations Deep Into Petra Via Camels

The Walk Into Petra

Sunset Over Petra

Day 11: Sat, July 18 2015. Amman – Madaba – Mt. Nebo– Tel Aviv 

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Madaba
  • Mt. Nebo
  • Jerash
  • Beit Shean border cross
  • Transfer to Tel Aviv for overnight

Jerash Ancient Roman City

Day 12: Sun, July 19 2015. West bank tour 

  • Breakfast at hotel  West Bank tour:
  • Ramallah
  • Nablus
  • Overnight in Tel Aviv.

Eating with friends in the West Bank

West Bank Church

Day 13: Mon, July 20 2015. Departure  

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to the airport for your departure flight home

Israel, Palestinian Territories, Jordan Adventure Tour Review

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It was an amazing journey. Thanks for the awesome memorial.

Thank you and it was a trip of a lifetime.

Yes, it was.

wonderful photo tour!

Thank you

Extraordinary impressions- thank you for the photos :-)

your welcome

What fascinating tours.

Thank you

Is that second photo the Wailing Wall? Believed to be one of the original walls of Solomon's Temple?

Yes and the Dome of the rock is just above. Very interesting place to visit.

Very cool!

Thank you

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Just behind slightly to you right if facing the wailing wall is a building that if they allow you has a viewing deck about three stories high. That video is in this article as well.

Wow a very amazing trip.

Thank you and it really is some place everyone should go to once in their life.

You go to very interesting places.

Thank you

Wow these images are amazing. How safe is it though at the moment? I think that would be a major concern for most people.