- DAY TOURS DEAD SEA
Top DAY TOURS DEAD SEA
Dead Sea & Petra
Your English speaking driver will collect you from your hotel in Dead sea early morning and transfer you by air-conditioned vehicle along the Desert Highway for approx. 3 hours to the rose red city of Petra.
Dead sea & Madaba, Mt. Nebo & Hammamat Ma’in
Pick up from your Dead Sea Hotel by English* speaking driver, transfer by air conditioned family-sized sedan or van to Madaba. Beautiful examples of mosaics can be found throughout this village – you will visit the 6th Century St George Church to see the oldest mosaic map of the Holy Lands (approx. AD 560), discovered rebuilding of the church in 1884.
Dead sea & Jerash & Amman City Tour
Jerash isa “must see” during your stay in Jordan. Close to the capital of Amman, you can easily reach this fantastic ancient city and spend plenty of time exploring all the ancient ruins. Top the day off by visiting The Citadel in the heart of Amman, the oldest site of civilization in the city.
Islamic Tour of Amman, MT Nebo, Al-Karak, Lot’s Wife Pillar
Spend a day visiting the tombs of the venerable companions of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) killed during the Battle of Mu’tah. Also see Lot’s Wife Pillar and Mt Nebo where Prophet Moses saw the Promised Land before he died.
Islamic Tour of Amman & Jordan Valley
Pick up from Dead Sea Hotel by English* speaking driver. Visit the King Abdullah Mosque and drive through downtown Amman before heading to the 7 Sleepers Cave (Ashab al Kahf), mentioned in a Sura in the Holy Qur’an. We then drive to the shrine of Abdul Rahman bin Auf, one of the first eight people to accept Islam, before heading towards al Salt in the Jordan Valley.
Jerash, Aljoun and Umm Qais
Pick up from Dead Sea Hotel by English* speaking driver. Drive to the old Decapolis City of Umm Qais, overlooking the Sea of Galilee. The ruins include those of two theaters, a temple, a basilica and other buildings, telling of a once splendid city. The basalt basilica is believed to be the site of Jesus’ miracle of the Gadarene swine. A paved street, with double colonnade, ran from east to west. The ruts worn in the paved road by the chariot wheels can still be seen.