18-to-Thirtysomethings: Israel & Jordan on a Shoestring (DOJO)
Trip Style: Information Not available
Service Level: Basic
Physical Demands Rating: 2 - There'll be some light walking and hiking. Suitable for most fitness levels. Nothing too challenging.
Group Size: Max 15, avg 12
Meals Included: 7 breakfasts, 1 dinner
Accommodations: Not Availaible
See the ancient Roman ruins of Jerash, Hike around archaeological marvels in Petra, Stay overnight at a Bedouin desert camp, Take a dip in the Dead Sea, Chill out on the beaches of Tel Aviv.
Your Instagram account wont know what hit it after you fill your feed with the incredible snaps taken on this eight-day tour through Israel. Explore the winding alleyways of Jerusalems Old City, see Petras stunning tombs and monasteries carved into rock walls, learn about Bedouin culture during an overnight stay in the desert, and hit the beach in Tel Aviv. On the brink of settling on the tourist track, nows the perfect time to experience the country with your budget and an exploratory spirit in mind.
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- Tour Operator
- G Adventures
- Offer valid through 3/31/2021
- 8 Days
- Escorted - Yes
|Day 1||Jerusalem||Day 1 Jerusalem|
There will be the chance to head out for an optional dinner with the group. Additional Notes: The international airport is in Tel Aviv - Prebook a transfer from the airport to start your tour in Tel Aviv. This is a vibrant city with much to see and do, we also recommend booking prenights, should you wish to explore and visit the sights in and around Tel Aviv. Included Activities: Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting
|Day 2||Jerusalem||Day 2 Jerusalem (1B)|
Note the minimum age for the beer tasting is 21. Included Activities: Old Jerusalem Walking Tour - 18-30s
|Day 3||Wadi Musa||Day 3 Jerusalem/Wadi Musa (1B)|
You will have one CEO in Israel and one in Jordan. In this case you will be transferred to the border and cross over unescorted to Jordan - either on your own or with any other travellers who are continuing on for the Jordan portion of the tour. You will be met on the Jordanian side of the border by another CEO. See the "Detailed Trip Notes" section of the Tour Details page for helpful instructions on crossing the Israeli-Jordanian border. In Jordan, alcohol is not often available in accommodations or restaurants. In the town of Wadi Musa (Petra), there are bars to enjoy a drink. Numeira Environmental Association is a nonprofit organization working in the South Ghour region, south of the Dead Sea, to create a sustainable future for the community. They engage children in environmental education, promote sustainable farming practices, while creating jobs and training opportunities through their work. Their tourism program is key to the expansion of their environmental and social mission. Additional Notes: Please remember that Israel and Jordan are very different Countries, in terms of culture, daily way of life and infrastructure. The best part of travel is gaining insight into these difference and keeping an open mind. Its important to note that transport vehicles in Israel are usually much more modern than in Jordan. Included Activities: Border Crossing (Israel - Jordan) Jerash Guided Visit Numeira Community Cafe Transport: Private Vehicle (2.50 hour(s), 137km) Private Vehicle (5.00-6.00 hours)
|Day 4||Petra||Day 4 Wadi Musa/Petra (1B)|
The site is large so please be prepared for a lot of walking over sand and rocks for the entire day. Pace yourself, stay hydrated and be sure to have proper walking/hiking shoes. Included Activities: Petra Guided Tour
|Day 5||Wadi Rum||Day 5 Wadi Musa/Wadi Rum (1B, 1D)|
Drive to Wadi Rum, a vast, silent landscape of ancient riverbeds and the largest and most magnificent of Jordans desert landscapes. Head deep into the desert by 4x4 stopping at famous landmarks along the way. Arrive to the tented camp in time for a traditional meal and learn more about this ancient culture. There is a large, central tent that is traditionally decorated and perfect for relaxing or escaping the cold nights in winter. Our dinner is prepared in traditional fashion, with the meat and vegetables cooked in an underground oven. Soft drinks and water are available for purchase (alcohol is not available). Lanterns light the way but we do suggest you bring a flashlight. Additional Notes: Accommodation in the desert is in one large goat-hair tent divided into "rooms" with curtains. Basic linens are provided but many travellers prefer to bring a sleep sheet for extra comfort. There are shared, unisex toilette facilities. For religious reasons, no alcohol is permitted at the camp. Included Activities: Wadi Rum 4x4 Excursion Bedouin Camp Overnight Transport: Private Vehicle (2.00 hour(s))
|Day 6||Tel Aviv||Day 6 Wadi Rum/Tel Aviv (1B)|
Today your Jordan CEO will accompany the group to the border where you will cross back over unescorted intto Israel - with any other travellers who are continuing on for the Israel portion of the tour. You will be met on the Israel side of the border by The Israel CEO. See the "Detailed Trip Notes" section of the Tour Details page for helpful instructions on crossing the Israeli-Jordanian border. Included Activities: Border Crossing (Jordan - Israel) Dead Sea Visit (Israel) Transport: Private Vehicle (3.00-4.00 hours) Private Vehicle (1.50-2.00 hours)
|Day 7||Tel Aviv||Day 7 Tel Aviv (1B)|
Full free day to explore, chill on the beach or opt to take an optional excursion to Masada. Later catch the sunset at a beach bar. Included Activities: Big Night Out
|Day 8||Tel Aviv||Day 8 Tel Aviv (1B)|
With so much to do and see in Tel Aviv, we highly recommend booking post nights to fully enjoy all that the city has to offer. Included Activities: Departure Day
Local Flights: N/A
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