Queen Alia Airport – Amman
Upon arrival to Queen Alia International Airport, you will find our representative holding a sign with your name, he will assist you with immigration & customs formalities, then we transfer to Hotel for Overnight.
Amman Hotel – Kerak Castle – Battle of Mutah – Petra
In the morning we drive southwards to Kerak, visit here the famous castle, and go on to the site of the Battle of Mutah in 629 AD. Here we find the tombs of the venerable companion Zaid bin Harithah, who led the army during the battle of Mutah and died, the tomb of Ja’far bin Abi Talib and Abdullah bin Ruwahah. Transfer to Petra for overnight
Petra – Full day visit of Petra – Amman
After Breakfast, we will head out to visit the Red Rose City of Petra. This city is the treasure of ancient world, hidden behind an almost impenetrable barrier of rugged mountains, boasting incomparable scenes that make it the most majestic and imposing ancient site still-standing nowadays. Petra is considered the most famous and gorgeous site in Jordan. It is the legacy of the Nabataeans, an industrious Arab people who settled in southern Jordan more than 2000 years ago. Admired then for its refined culture, massive architecture and ingenious complex of dams and water channels, Petra is now a UNESCO world heritage site and one of The New 7 Wonders of the World that enchants visitors from all corners of the globe. After visit, transfer to Amman for overnight.
Amman – Kahf El Raqim – Blessed Tree – Amman
After Breakfast, start the morning with a visit Just 10 kilometers outside of Amman near the village of Al Raqim is the Kahif Al Raqim (the Cave of the Seven Sleepers). This popular site is mentioned in the Holy Quran in a Sura named Al Kahf or The Cave. Persecutes by the despotic rule of the Trajan, a group of pious youths took refuge in this cave. To preserve them, God put them to sleep and when they awoke 309 solar years later; they believed they had only been asleep for a day or so. Continue near the town Safawi, in the area of Mafraq, east of Amman you can find The Blessed Tree. Here Prophet Mohammad met as a young boy Bahira, the Christian monk who foretold his career as prophet. The meeting happened in the shade of a tree, when Mohammad was traveling with a caravan from Mecca to Damascus with his uncle Abu Talib. After visit, transfer back to Amman for overnight.
Amman Islamic City Tour – Salt – Jordan Valley – Allenby Bridge – Jerusalem
of the Citadel in Amman with remains from the Roman to the Islamic period as well as the Archaeological Museum. We proceed in downtown, the oldest part of Amman to Al Husseini Mosque, built on remains of a mosque in 640 AD by caliph Umar bin Al Khattab. You have time to stroll visa the Souq before we continue to the tomb of the venerable companion Abdul Rahman bin Awf Al Zuhri, one of the ‘Blessed Ten’. Then transfer to your hotel to check-in. We end the day visiting Wadi Shuayb, near Salt, to the Shrine of Prophet Shuayb. From here we head to the Jordan Valley, to the tomb of Abu Ubaida Amer bin Al-Jarrah, a relative of Prophet Mohammad, commander of the Northern Muslim Army, and one of the Blessed Ten, to whom Mohammad promised paradise. We visit moreover the tomb of Moath bin Jabal, who compiled the Holy Quran during the life of Prophet Mohammad, and the tomb of Dear bin Al Azwar. Afterwards, you will head to border with Palestine crossing with Jordan, meet and assist, transfer to Jerusalem for overnight
Al Aqsa Tour & Old City Tour
Morning Prayer Fajr, in Al Aqsa, back to your hotel. After breakfast the day will be spent visiting Jerusalem, a city holy to the three monotheistic religions. The ancient city has experienced great bloodshed over the centuries, twenty times destroyed and yet still standing. In the old City, you will encounter in an oriental charm and be plunged into the souk’s colorful alleys which take you to the meeting places of the three major monotheistic religions: Proceed to the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa mosque, prayer in both of them, visit the Via Dolorosa ,Omar Ebn Al Khatab mosque and the Holy Sepulchre, one of emblems of Christianity. Visit Haet Albourak (the Wailing Wall) Across the Cardo: the ancient roman city to Jabel Alnabi Daoud, visit the last Supper room, overnight in Alquds.
Al Quds – Bethlehem – Hebron «Al Khalil»
After breakfast, you will continue visiting Jerusalem by going to the Mount of Olives. The highest peak, at-Tur, rises to 818 meters and offers not only a splendid view on the old city, but also an important place in the history of three monotheist religions. Visit of Raba’a Adwieh tomb. She was a dancer and singer during the Abbasside period. Once she left the world of spectacle and devoted her life to Islam. Today she is one of the most famous women in Islam. Visit of Salman Al Farisi tomb, companion of Khalif Omar Ben Al Khtab. All together they reached Al Quds in 638. Drive to Bethlehem, visit of the historical center of Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity, one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world, built over the cave that tradition marks as the birthplace of Prophet Issa. There’s a story that Salah El Din prayed there in honor of the Prophet Issa. In the afternoon departure to Hebron «Khalil alrahman», built by the Canaanites around 4000 BC. You will be taken around the Old City, visit the Tomb of the Patriarchs which contains the tombs of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and their wives. Prayer in the Al Khalil mosque. Then you’ll visit the Hebron’s Casbah which reveals to visitors a lot of surprises, such as famous glass and ceramic manufactories. On the way visit Maqam Nabi Yunus in Halhul. you will have the opportunity to visit the camp of the Palestinian refugees “Al Dohaisha” and going back to Jerusalem for overnight.
Al Quds – Jericho – Dead Sea – Allenby – Queen Alia Airport
After breakfast, you will depart for a green oasis near the Dead Sea : Jericho, the lowest city in the world at 240 metres below the sea level. Stop in Ibmoussa mosque: according to Alhadith, the Prophet Moussa –Moïse is buried there. Prayer. Visiting Jericho and Qasr Hisham, in the north of the oasis, where the Umayyads built a palace that houses beautiful mosaic floors. You will also see the Mount of Quarantine which overlooks the oasis. Transfer to Allenby for departure. Cross border with Jordan. Transfer to Amman airport for departure.
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