Tour Code: ZJI14

Full Package
Land Tour
16 - 29 Dec
Fr $7,593
17 Dec 2020 > EK353 SIN 00:30 DXB 04:10
17 Dec 2020 > EK901 DXB 08:00 AMM 09:40
29 Dec 2020 > EK906 AMM 01:45 DXB 06:40
29 Dec 2020 > EK352 DXB 10:00 SIN 21:25

w/o BED
Half Twin
16 - 29 Dec
Fr $7,593
16 - 29 Dec
Fr $7,593

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Welcome to a unique experience!

  • Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport.
  • City tour of Old and Modern Amman.
  • Ancient Citadel. (Temple of Hercules, The Umayyad Palace Complex, Byzantine Church & Jordan Archaeological Museum).
  • Roman Theatre.
  • Jordan Folklore Museum.
  • Depart for Madaba, the City of Mosaic.
  • Visit St. George’s Cathedral where the 6th century mosaic map of the Holy Land is laid down.
  • Continue to Mount Nebo, the alleged burial place of Moses.
  • Enjoy the panoramic view of the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and River Jordan.
  • Visit the old church on top of the mountain with well-preserved large pieces of Mosaic that dates back to the Byzantine era.
  • Drive further southward to Petra for dinner and the night.
  • Petra was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom from the 4th century BC to the 2nd century AD. From the 12th century until its rediscovery in 1812, Petra was lost to the world - a closely guarded secret of the local tribes. Today, the ‘rose red city half as old as time’ is probably the most impressive archaeological site in the Middle East, rivalling the temples and pyramids of Egypt in grandeur.
  • Enjoy a full day tour exploring and walking through the hidden valley of Petra.
  • Walk through the “Siq”, a narrow passage in the gorge between towering rocks till you come to the end of the Siq.
  • Visit the icon of Petra, The Treasury (El Kazneh), a graceful structure carved from the living rock.
  • Continue to explore the valley where the sandstone swirls and twists in shades of red, orange, yellow, pink and white.
  • Visit the Roman Amphitheatre, carved directly out of the mountain, with space for over 3,000 spectators.
  • See the elaborate Royal Tombs, including the Palace Tomb and Silk Tomb.
  • After a short rest at a local Bedouin café, take the same way back to the tourist centre.
  • Return to hotel for dinner and the night.


*Note: Comfortable walking shoes, drinking water intake and sun protection is required. During winter months, a warm coat is necessary. You can take a short horse-ride to the entrance of the Siq but the rest of the tour will be by foot. There are horse carriages operated by local Bedouins (own expenses) if you choose not to walk through the siq. Late lunch is expected on this day.

  • Depart south to Wadi Rum, the largest and most magnificent of Jordan’s desert landscapes.
  • Join the local Bedouins in their jeep (or local vehicle) to explore the desert where the sand is red and the rocks look like gigantic multi-layered chocolate cakes melting in the setting sun.
  • After lunch, return to Amman for dinner and the night.
  • Proceed to cross the Israelis-Jordanian border at Allenbey Bridge.
  • Enter Israel and carry on to the baptism site in Yardenit before heading to Tiberius for dinner and the night.
  • Start the day with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and be greeted by happy flocks of sea gulls.
  • Depart to the North of the Sea of Galilee to the Mount of Beatitudes. Visit the beautiful church with an octagonal dome that represents the 8 “Beatitudes” of the sermon that Jesus Christ blessed his disciples with 2000 years ago.
  • Continue to Tabgha where the two old churches built on ancient ruins of Jewish villages commemorate the miracles of Jesus Christ who fed 5000 starving people with 2 fishes and 5 loaves, cured lepers and opened blind eyes.
  • Visit the Church of Multiplication.
  • Move on to visit the 2nd century Synagogue in Capernaum.
  • Enjoy St Peter Fish lunch.
  • Drive to Golan Heights and stop at Mount Bental to view the Israel & Syria border.
  • Visit a local winery; the high altitude of Golan Heights provides prime growing conditions for a wide variety of grapes.
  • Depart Tiberias via Cana of Galilee to Nazareth. This small Jewish village became one of the most well-known and sacred places in the world as according to the Christian tradition.
  • Here, the Angel Gabriel announced to the young Mary that she was carrying the son of God.
  • Visit the Church of Annunciation.
  • Visit Druze Village at Mt. Carmel and learn the unique culture and religion of the Druze community in Israel.
  • Enjoy lunch at a Druze family restaurant.
  • Continue to Haifa for a panoramic view of the Bahai Temple and its Garden.
  • Descend to the Mediterranean shore line, to the sites of Caesarea, the proud capital of the Romans, founded by Herod, the greatest builder of the “Old World” as a gesture to Augustus Caesar. Visit its theatre and have a virtual presentation in the new visiting centre.
  • After dinner, head to the Holy Land, Jerusalem for the night.
  • Full day city tour of Jerusalem.
  • Ascend Mt. of Olives down the Palm Sunday Road for a bird’s eye-view of the city. (Walking stick is recommended for elderly travellers).
  • Visit the Garden of Gethsemane which still grows the ancient olive trees believed to date back to the times of Jesus Christ.
  • Visit Dominus Flevit Church and Church of All Nations. (Basilica of Agony)
  • Continue to Jerusalem Old City.
  • Walking tour along Via Dolorosa to Church of Holy Sepulchre, the Jewish Quarter and The Cardo to Mt Zion.
  • Visit the room of the “Last Supper” at the Dormition Abbey.
  • If time permits, visit King David Tomb, a site viewed as the burial place of David, King of Israel before heading to the new archaeological site of the City of David.
  • See Hezekiah Tunnel, a brilliant engineering feat built in the 8th century BC by King Hezekiah to protect the city’s water from the approaching Assyrian army. For safety reason, we will only walk through The Canaanite tunnel instead. (Passage is very narrow and is not suitable for people with claustrophobia).
  • If time permits, visit a Diamond factory where you may do some shopping.
  • Start the day with an orientation tour of the new city, and see the downtown, The Knesset, Israel’s Parliament and picturestop at the impressive bronze menorah, symbol of the Jewish State given to Israel as a gift from the British government.
  • Visit Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum - Jewish people’s memorial to the six million murdered in the Holocaust during the (2nd World War), which contains the world’s largest repository of information on the Holocaust.
  • Visit Israel Museum and see the Shrine of Book, housing the Dead Sea Scrolls founded in Qumran Cave.
  • Drive over to Bethlehem (Palestine), the biblical birthplace of Jesus. (Change of vehicle may be required)
  • Meet your Bethlehem tour guide and visit the Church of Nativity.
  • Return to Jerusalem for a unique evening with a Jewish family for “Shabbat of a Lifetime Experience” to learn the authentic Jewish culture and tradition. Together with the host, discover the Biblical significance of Jerusalem and the importance of Western Wall (Wailing Wall). Observe and understand the diversity of worshippers who gather at the Western Wall and learn about the unique prayers that welcome the Shabbat.
  • End the evening participating in a traditional Shabbat dinner with a family while feasting on a variety of homemade cuisine from 9 different Jewish communities around the world. (“Shabbat of a Lifetime Experience” takes place on a Friday. The itinerary in
  • Jerusalem may reshuffle to accommodate this program)
  • Free day at your own leisure. For travellers with no commitment, you may wish to join some optional tour to explore Jerusalem.


Recommended Optional Tour:

1. Judean Desert Jeep Safari

2. Half Day Tel Aviv and Jaffa Tour

  • Visit Temple Mount where you will find The Dome of the Rock and El Akza Mosques - the holiest place for both Jews and Muslims. (Temple Mount area is not open to tourist on Friday and Saturday)
  • Drive south to Masada via Qumran.
  • Cable Car ride to the Fortress of Masada. 500m above the Dead Sea, the fortress is set on a giant cliff, 600m length,
  • 300m width and 2000 years old - the greatest castle in history build by King Herod.
  • Tour Masada; see the palaces, the warehouses and resident areas, the water complex, the impressive fortified system and
  • the most fascinating views of the Judean Desert.
  • Continue to Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth.
  • Dead Sea Dome of the Rock Old City of Jerusalem.
  • Check-in to the resort for the night.
  • As you can never sink into the Dead Sea, try a “floating swim” or perhaps enjoy a Spa treatment in your hotel (own expense).
  • After breakfast, bid farewell to the Dead Sea.
  • Some time for shopping at local's famous Dead Sea Products factory before we cross the Allenbey Border to Jordan.
  • Hello to Jordan again!
  • Drive to Jerash, the best example of a Roman provincial city in the whole Middle East.
  • Visit the spectacular forum, Roman colonnaded street, the Nymphaeum and the Temple of Artemis.
  • Head to Amman International Airport for our onward flight.
  • Arrival in Singapore
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