14-Day Israel Jordan Egypt Tour

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 Tel Aviv Arrival

Private airport transfer from airport to hotel. Free relax on your own for the rest of day.

Day 2 Tel Aviv – Caesarea – Haifa – Akko(Acre) – Tiberias

Caesarea National Park, Roman Theatre, Bahai Gardens, Transfer from Haifa to Akko(Acre), Rosh HaNikra Grottoes, Old City Waterfront Wall

Day 3 Tiberias – Galilee – Nazareth – Jerusalem 

Capernaum, Early Synagogues in the Galilee, Tabgha, Church of Multiplication of the Loaves & Fishes, Yardenit, Wooden Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee, Basilica of the Annunciation, Mary’s Well, St. Joseph’s Church

Day 4 Jerusalem – Bethlehem – Jerusalem 

Mount of Olives, King David’s Tomb, Cenacle (Room of Last Supper), Dormition Abbey, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Church of Nativity, Manger Square, Shepherd’s Field

Day 5 Jerusalem – Allenby Bridge – Jerash – Dead Sea 

Transfer from Jerusalem to Allenby Bridge, Cross the border, The Archaeological Site of Jerash, Transfer from Dead Sea

Day 6 Dead Sea – Petra 

Dead Sea, Dead Sea Floating, Dead Sea Mud Bath, transfer from Dead Sea to Petra, Petra by Night

Day 7 Petra – Wadi Rum 

The Siq, The Treasury (Al-Khazneh), Streets of Fascades, Royal Tombs, The Monastery, Transfer from Petra to Wadi Rum, Wadi Rum Village, Wadi Rum Sunset, Star Watching

Day 8 Sharm El Sheikh – Wadi Rum – Wadi Araba Border – EilatTabaSharm El Sheikh

Four-wheel Drive through Wadi Rum, Lawrence’s Spring, Khazali Canyon, Little Bridge, Transfer from Wadi Rum to Wadi Araba Border, Cross the border to Eilat, Transfer from Taba to Sharm El Sheikh

Day 9 Sharm El Sheikh 

Free relax on your own

Day 10  Sharm El Sheikh

Ras Mohammed National Park, Snorkeling at Red Sea, Beach Time

Day 11 Sharm El Sheikh – Cairo 

Flying to Cairo

Day 12 Cairo – Memphis – Saqqara – Cairo

Transfer from Cairo to Memphis, Memphis, Transfer from Memphis to Saqqara, Pyramid of Djoser, Giza Pyramids with Camel Riding, Great Pyramid of Giza (Pyramid of Khufu,the Pyramid of Cheops), Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo Sound and Light Show at the Pyramids

Day 13 Cairo 

Cairo Citadel, Synagogue Ben Ezra, The Hanging Church, Egyptian Museum, Khan el Khalili

Day 14 Departure Day 


Caesarea National Park – Amazing ancient harbor ruins with impressive modern residences sit side by side and beautiful beaches. It’s the only place can discover and explore the architectural handiwork of the Romans and how they engineered the port.


Bahai Gardens – The 19 terraces are designed as waves or circles all drawing your attention to the Shrine on the central terrace. The stunning gardens are landscaped to geometric perfection offering a visual illustration of the tenets of the Baha’i faith – oneness, unity and diversity of mankind.


Akko Old Town – One of  a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the oldest cities in the world. Walking in Akko’s winding narrow streets, mysterious passageways, towering minarets, and muezzins’ chants calling Muslims to prayer.


Capernaum – It was Jesus’ second home. You can still see some of the stucco work, frescos and motif carvings on the walls as well as inscriptions in Greek and Aramaic commemorating the synagogue benefactors.

Church of Multiplication of the Loaves & Fishes – The site where Jesus appeared for the fourth time after his resurrection. The church features stunningly restored mosaics from the fifth century, the most famous of which depicts two fish around a basket of bread.

Wooden Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee – It’s a sensory experience that immerses you in the tales of the past and the enchantment of the present and learn more in-depth about this well-known lake’s historical and spiritual importance.


Basilica of the Annunciatio – Where was announced the birthplaces of Jesus. It’s the largest Christian church in the Middle East when it was completed in 1969. The colorfully decorated and strikingly modern architectural style.


Old City of Jerusalem – The Old City is enclosed by a 12m-high (39-ft.) wall built in 1538 by Suleiman the Magnificent. Among its 220 historic monuments, the Dome of the Rock stands out: built in the 7th century, it is decorated with beautiful geometric and floral motifs. It is recognized by all three religions as the site of Abraham’s sacrifice. The Wailing Wall delimits the quarters of the different religious communities, while the Resurrection rotunda in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre houses Christ’s tomb.


Church of Nativityd – The Church of the Nativity is one of the oldest working churches in existence today. Walking from the door towards the nave, it is possible to look through wooden trapdoors at Constantine’s original 4th-century mosaic floor. 

Shepherd’s Field – The site is also well known for its ancient Olive Trees that date back to the time before Jesus’s birth; tradition holds that two of these trees mark the location where Kind David wrote many of his Psalms.


The Archaeological Site of Jerash – Dating back to the 1st century AD, the ruins give you a feel for what Roman streets and markets might have been like all those centuries ago. Its imposing ceremonial gates, colonnaded avenues, temples and theatres all speak to the time when this was an important imperial centre.

Dead Sea

Dead Sea – The Dead Sea is a fabulous holiday destination and Jordan is the perfect setting for those who wish to experience the qualities of the lake in peace and quiet. For the more adventurous, skip the spa, slather yourself with mud, and enter the healing waters yourself.


Petra by Night – Petra by Night is powerful and it highlights the unique structure and characteristics of this historical site. Incomparable experience starts by walking the entire Siq to the Treasury, lit with over 1,500 candles to bring the major attraction due to the spectacular view it has.

The Ancient City of Petra – Named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Petra is also known as the rose-red city, a name it gets from the wonderful color of the rock from which many of the city’s structures were carved. The Ancient City is approached through the 1.2km-long, high-walled Siq – a crack in the rock, torn apart by tectonic forces.

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum – Wadi Rum is everything you’d expect of a quintessential desert. Imagine a plain of rust-coloured sand, with craggy mountains and arches rising from the desert floor. When the sun sets, the sand flames red. As darkness falls, the sky fills with pulsing stars.

Sharm El Sheikh 

Ras Mohammed National Park – The park is visited annually by more than 50,000 visitors, enticed by the prospect of marvelling at some of the world’s most spectacular coral-reef ecosystems, including a profusion of coral species and teeming marine life. And one of the most famous dive sites in the world.


Pyramid of Djoser – Constructed at a location in the desert outside Djoser’s capital city of Memphis, from where it could be seen dominating the skyline, the pyramid was a translation of earlier Egyptian architecture into stone.

Great Pyramid of Giza – The pyramid rises to a height of 479 feet (146 metres) with a base of 754 feet (230 metres) and is comprised of over two million blocks of stone. Their exacting orientation and mind-boggling construction has elicited many theories about their origins, including unsupported suggestions that they had extra-terrestrial impetus.

Great Sphinx of Giza – The Great Sphinx is among the world’s largest sculptures. The world’s largest sculptures, measuring some 240 feet (73 metres) long and 66 feet (20 metres) high. It was carved from the bedrock along the causeway that connected the Pyramid of Khafre to its Valley Temple.

Cairo Citadel – High above a bustling Cairo, looking out over the city of a thousand minarets, stands the Citadel, silent and proud. Offering an unrestricted panoramic view of Cairo.

Egyptian Museum – The museum displays an extensive collection spanning from the Predynastic Period to the Greco-Roman Era. On the ground floor, you can follow the history of Egypt from the Old Kingdom up through the Greco-Roman period by turning left at the entrance and looping around the museum.

Khan el Khalili – Located in the heart of Islamic Cairo. This agglomeration of shops – many arranged around small courtyards – stocks everything from soap powder to semiprecious stones, not to mention tacky toy camels and alabaster pyramids.

Sound and Light Show at the Pyramids – Experience the magic of ancient Egypt with the Sound and Light Show of Giza Pyramids. With the Sound Light Show at the Giza pyramids, the pharaonic history is being re-told by the sphinx, unraveling the ancient secrets and mysterious tales.