Visiting Egypt, Jordan and Israel
Imagine touring three incredible countries by choosing a single travel package? This is what Egypt, Jordan, and Israel Tours do for you. Travel and see these ancient places and cities that have lots of stories about past civilizations. What would a typical tour across Egypt, Jordan, and Israel look like? Lets have a glimpse. [dcl=8344]
The Museum of Antiquities in Cairo
It is only fitting that you first tour the popular Egyptian Museum. Do you know that this museum hosts the most extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities worldwide? Fancy a mouth-watering view of Cairo city and its environs? Then you can include the Cairo tower observatory in your schedule.
The Giza Pyramids and Sphinx
You can then head to The Great Pyramids of Giza, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Constructed for the Pharaohs, these pyramids rank as the oldest among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. While you are at it, have some pictures taken at the Sphinx, which is a statue of a mythical creature with the body of a lion and the head of a man.
The Best of Jordan
The Dead Sea in Jordan
After you are done with Cairo, hop on a plane to Amman, Jordan. In this vibrant city, you will be treated to numerous ancient ruins. You can visit the Dead Sea, which interestingly, is one of the lowest place on the earths surface. It also ranks among the saltiest water-bodies on earth. Note that the water in the Dead Sea is almost ten times the salt-content compared to ocean water! In this sea, you will easily stay afloat due to its mineral-rich properties. And whats more; smearing yourself with Dead Sea mud is a favorite pastime at the seashore.
Madaba Mt. Nebo
Next on the Egypt, Jordan, and Israel Tours itinerary is the ancient Jordanian city of Madaba. This is where you can see the famous 6th century Mosaic Map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Do you know that Madaba is renowned for the unmatched Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics? And the highlight of the tour, you can visit the burial place of Moses, Mount Nebo.
Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and among the Seven New Wonders of the World, is a major attraction in Jordan. It hosts more than eight hundred monuments crafted from solid stone. Other unforgettable sights are the stunning Treasury and the 8,000-seat amphitheater.
The Valley of the Moon in Jordan
Because of the lunar-like landscape, this desert is referred to as the Valley of the Moon. Touring the desert is easy with a 4WD vehicle or a camel. Apart from the towering cliffs, natural stone arches, and narrow gorges, the Wadi Rum Desert is a marvel of other natural wonders.
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Visiting the Church of the Nativity first is a splendid idea. This structure is known so due to the grotto that it is built around. Did you know that the Church of the Nativity is the oldest continuously-used place of worship in Christendom? Well, it is and in addition, it is where Jesus was born.
Jerusalem ranks among the oldest cities in history. Also, it is a holy city to three religions; Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. You can check out the Western Wall also called the Wailing Wall, the ancient limestone wall in Jerusalems Old City. Other attractions that you cannot afford to miss include the Dome of Rock, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and Golgotha.
Visiting Egypt, Jordan and Israel
This is just a brief description of what a Egypt, Jordan, and Israel Tour feels like. Whether you are enjoying the bright city lights or adventuring under the desert sky, you will come home with incredible tales of a Egypt, Jordan, and Israel Tour adventure.
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