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What is the ideal duration to stay in the holly land in a combined tour with jordan?? and what s the best place to stay at?

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you need minimum two weeks for both ,about the best place where you can stay it's depend about what you prefer to visit there .

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Fouad
Thank you
Greetings,Actually 7 days in jordan and 5 days in the holly land is the ideal duration to visit the most important cultural,muslim,chrestien and jewish sites.
and the best place to visit there are so many but here i am mentioning you some of the most important ones ,hopefully they will fill some of your desires of knowledge,
in jordan(petra,Amman,Jerash,madaba and mount nebo,kerak castle,um qais,the dead sea ,dana natural reserve,wadi rum,wadi al-mujib,desert castles and aqaba.
in the holly land (jerusalem(many sites to see there,tel aviv,eilat and don't forget the masada where you see one of the most beautifull sunrises ever mixed to the ancient beauty of cultures.
these are some high lights about some of the places you may visit in jordan and the holly land but please do not hesitate to contact me if you want to have more details or if you want me to prepare you a full program that may fill your needs and desires since i am a travel agent.
looking forward to hearing from you
samer
Thank you so much Samer for this response. Indeed you made it all clair, in case I have any clients coming I will not hesitate to contact you.
yours
I would suggest 10 days all together - highlights of Jordan are Jerash on the north and Petra with Wadi Rum on the south. In 10 days you have got enough time to visit both countries. It all depends of your flight possibilities as well, but I would not squeeze the program but would rather visit few places and enjoy the tour. Regards
thank you
Best place to stay Amman,For 10 days 2 days at north of jordan its not far from Amman 65 miles the go south 2days in Aqaba,1day in Petra 1 camping night in wadi rum and then come back to amman visit Maadaba and Jabal Nebbo and dead sea for 3 days 1 day each and 2 days for shoping in Amman.
have a nice trip
Hello again
best place Amman then you can go west north or south
you need 2-3days more to go to the holly land,,have avery nice trip :)
Greeting,

both countries share a great deal of history, anyway for inspiration over programs in Jordan please refer to this page;

Or you can visit our online traveler guide for in-depth info over the sites;

Below a sample of a grand tour across the Levant region;

Day 19: Dead Sea/King Hussein border

Transfer to the borders.

Day 20: Masada, Dead Sea
Make our way to Masada, the fortress which was the last stronghold of the Jewish Zealots in the war against the Romans. Ascend by cable car to the fortress at the top and explore the excavations, Herod’s palaces, the synagogue, and bathhouses. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Roman camps and the Dead Sea and then descend for a possible “float” in the in the salty water of the world’s lowest place, the Dead Sea. We make our way via Ein Gedi & Kalya to the capital of Israel. Overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 21: Jerusalem/Bethlehem/Jerusalem

Walk through the Gates of the walled city to explore the renewed Jewish Quarter, the Western Wall, the Temple area, the colourful bazaars, Via Dolorosa, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. We will continue to Bethlehem* to visit Rachel’s Tomb and the Church of the Nativity and return to Jerusalem in the evening. Overnight in Jerusalem.
* Visit subject to accessibility

Day 22: Jerusalem

Drive to Mount Scopus for a panoramic view of Jerusalem, onwards to the Garden of Gethsemane and Church of the Agony, then to Mount Zion for a visit to the tomb of King David, the Room of the Last Supper and Dormition Abbey. We will explore the new city including the Israel Museum’s Shrine of the Book with the famous Dead Sea scrolls, new Supreme Court building, Mount Herzl and Yad Vashem (the holocaust memorial). We will visit the model of the Herodian city of Jerusalem dating back to the time of the Second Temple, the Hadassah medical centre and the synagogue with Marc Chagall’s stained glass windows. Then its via Ein Karem (the birthplace of John the Baptist) back to the hotel. Overnight in Jerusalem.

Day 23: Jerusalem/Tiberius

Leave Jerusalem and drive north via Jericho* (the oldest city in the world) via the Jordan Valley and the new settlements to Beit Shean. Explore the excavations of this beautiful Roman City and proceed to Tiberias,the old center of Jewish learning. Drive along the shores of the Sea of Galilee to Capernaum to visit the ruins of the ancient
synagogue and continue to a Kibbutz hotel for overnight.
Overnight in Kibbutz.

Day 24: Nazareth and upper Galilee

Drive to the Golan Heights and visit the former Syrian fortifications, Birkat Ram, the
Druze villages, and the Banias River which leads to the Jordan River. We will proceed to Kiryat Shmone and the Hula Valley and onwards to Safed, city of the Kabala, to visit synagogues, narrow alleyways, art galleries, and the artists’ colony. Then its onwards to Nazareth to visit the Christian Holy Sites, including the church of the Annunciation.
Overnight in Kibbutz.
Verry good itinerary and a much more detailed answer.
Thank you dear colleague
Good day from Jordan!
I see that the best to stay a moderate tour in the holy land of either side of Jordan river is 8 days altogether where 5 nights in eastern and 3 in the western of Jordan. You still have the opportunity to do extra extension! by this you guarantee the best value of time and effort .
Thanks Peter
hey there,
hope all is going well with you, i think an eight days tour including (Jordan & Israel) is enough to visit the highlights of these wonderful countries, kindly find below suggested program and feel free to ask any further questions if you need any more information :)


Day 1:
Arrival Amman


- Arrival to Amman Airport Our Local Representative will meet and assist you then start a day tour to Amman City.
- Start drive down to the Dead Sea (Lowest Point on Earth).
- Free time, swimming, float.
- Overnight in Amman.

Day 2:
Amman City Tour


Amman City Tour:
- Full day starting with Amman City Tour (Down Town, Roman Theater, Museums, Amman Castle, and a panoramic tour in Amman).
- Continues to visit the Dead Sea.
- Back to hotel in Amman & Overnight.

Day 3:
Amman/Jerusalem

Amman to Jerusalem :
- Transfer to Jerusalem through King Hussein Bridge.
- On the way, visit Jericho and Mt. of Temptation.
Continue to hotel in Jerusalem & Overnight.

Day 4:
Jerusalem Tour


Jerusalem Tour :
Full day tour of Jerusalem, visit the Temple area, view Al Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock, follow the "Stations of the Cross" commemorating Jesus' last journey along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of Holy Sepulcher, one of the holiest shrines for the Christian world, visit the Calvary.
Back to hotel & Overnight.

Day 5:
Jerusalem Tour

Jerusalem :
- Full day to visit Mt. of Olives, Chapel of Ascension, the Garden of Gethsemane, the Pater Noster Church (Church of All Nations).
- Continue to Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, to visit the Church of Nativity and Grotto; back to hotel in Jerusalem & Overnight.

Day 6:
Israel Back to Jordan

Israel back to Jordan :
Cross back to Jordan through Sheikh Hussein Bridge for a full day visits to Northern-Jordan (Jerash, Ajloun, and Pella & Umm Qais).
- back to hotel in Amman & Overnight.

Day 7:
Wadi Rum/Petra


Wadi Rum - Petra:
- After Breakfast at your Hotel.
- Visit to the fabulous Nabataean City of Petra, carved into rose-red desert sandstone.
- Visit the High Place Monastery.
- Visit Roman-style Palace Tomb.
- Transfer to hotel in Petra for overnight.

Day 8:
Petra back to Amman Departure

- After breakfast at your hotel drive back to Amman,
- Transfer to Amman international Airport and final departure with your wonderful memories.

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