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Two day trip in Petra and Wadi rum, unforgettable experience from Eilat border
Day oneArava Border – Wadi rum – Petra
Cross the border at Aqaba (south of Israel) and drive to Aqaba (Eilat`s sister), after the city tour drive to Wadi Rum, the wadi is known for its natural beauty and its red sandstone, after a jeep tour in the wadi we will drive north to Petra, where we will spend the night.
Day twoPetra Tour – Arava Border
Spend the day in the awe-inspiring Nabatian capital “Petra“. Walk the red sandstone canyons, delve into colorful stone halls and climb to an unusual lookout over the Nabatian Theater, visit the kings’ tombs and the grand temple and cardo “Palace of the Pharaoh’s Daughter”. After lunch, clime to the biggest monument in Petra and view ancient stone reliefs in hidden creeks. Take in a panoramic view of Israel and return to the bus for a drive to “Moses Spring”, the biblical site associated with Moses miraculously producing water from a rock. Drive back to Aqaba border – Enter to Israel
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Changes in the itinerary may occur.
Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the return-date
Refunds: Due to payments to Jordanian suppliers we will refund according to the following conditions:
Notification of cancellation up to 14 days before the trip: Full refund
Notification of cancellation 13 to 7 days before the trip: 50% refund
Notification of cancellation up to 6 days before the trip: No refund
A Jordanian guide and policeman for big groups (by Jordanian law)
Professional guiding by private or local guides
Entrance fees to all sites, no additional handling costs!
Tour bus rental (or mini-bus/van according to the size of the group)
Visa to Jordan (from Eilat)
All the official documentation required for touring in Jordan.
Border fees in Israel – 110 NIS
Departure tax – 10 JD
Health insurance – each participant must insure him/her self.
Tips to local service people (5$ per person per day).
Transportation in Israel to border and back