Arrive at Amman & meet our representative.
Complete the customs & immigration formalities & transfer to hotel.
Dinner & overnight stay at Amman.
After breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed to Mount Nebo.
The trip south of Amman along the 5,000-year old King’s Highway is one of the most memorable journeys in the Holy Land, passing through a string of ancient sites of Jordan, the memorial of Moses, and the presumed site of the prophet's death and burial place.
From a platform in front of the church one can enjoy a breath-taking view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea.
Also, visit Madaba Church.
Have lunch at a restaurant. In the afternoon, proceed to Amman City Tour; visit Citadel & Roman Theatre.
Dinner & overnight stay at Amman.
After breakfast, check out and proceed to Sheik Hussein Bridge to cross the border. It will take 2.30hrs.
Complete the customs & emigration formalities.
Enter into Israel and have lunch. Then, visit Nazareth, the boyhood town of Jesus and home of Mary and Joseph.
Later, visit Mary’s Well and see the Basilica of the Annunciation built over the grotto, where Archangel Gabriel appeared to announce that she would bear a son, Jesus.
Also, stop by Joseph’s workshop and then, visit Cana, where Jesus performed his first Miracle, changing water into wine at the wedding feast.
Dinner & overnight stay at Nazareth.
After breakfast, visit Mount Tabor and Capernaum, the centre of Jesus’ ministry after he left Nazareth.
Stop at Tabgha, the Church of the Multiplication of the Five Loaves and Two Fishes and the expressive church of the Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount.
Then, drive through the landscapes of Galilee and later ride in replica of a Galilean fishing boat of that time on the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus calmed the storm and walked on the water.
Make a stop at Saint Peter’s house, the Church of Primacy of Peter and the place where Jesus bestowed Saint Peter with his authority.
This is believed to be the place where Jesus dined with his disciples, the flat rock known as Mensa Christy, Chris's table to commemorate this event.
Proceed to Bethlehem, where there’s free time for shopping.
Dinner and overnight stay at Bethlehem.
After breakfast, proceed to the pools of Beit Hasda, where Jesus held the crippled man.
Visit Saint Ann's Churc and from there, take the Via Dolorosa (Way of Grief), traditionally accepted as the last route trodden by Jesus.
Follow the 14 Stations of the Cross to Golgotha, the place where Jesus was crucified marking significant events along the route.
You will see the Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation, where according to traditions, the Roman soldiers scourged Jesus and placed a crown of thorns on his head, the Ecce Homo Arch and the Convent of the Sisters of Zion.
Early tradition held that Pontius Pilate stood here and thundered “Ecce Homo!” which means Behold the man! This is what Pilate said when he presented Jesus to the crowd.
However, we now know that pagan Emperor Hadrian constructed the arch. Below the Convent are the Lithotrities, where Jesus was publicly tried and where the Roman soldiers mocked him.
The last 5 Stations of the Cross are inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, visible from the distance with two silver domes.
Also, ‘The Tomb’ widely believed to be the part of the stone that covered Jesus Tomb. Then, visit the Cenacle – Last Supper Room and the Tomb of King David.
Proceed to Jericho, where we stop to visit the Sycamore Tree; it is also the place where Jesus stopped on this way to Jerusalem on the Eve of the Passover and where Jesus cured the blind man during his stay at Zachaeus house.
Also, stop for panoramic view of the Mount of Temptation. Then, have lunch. Later, proceed to Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth (1305 ft. below sea level), again make a brief stop at a private beach and take the opportunity to float in the salty water, rich in minerals.
Proceed to Bethany, the town of Mary, Martha and Lazarus. See Lazarus’ Tomb. Then, head to the Wailing Wall, which is the holiest place for the Jewish religion.
Dinner & overnight stay at Bethlehem.
After breakfast, visit Ein Karem, located on the hills next to a little spring.
This is the city of Judah and Birthplace of John the Baptist, son of Elizabeth & Zechariah and the church of Visitation.
Proceed to Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of Jerusalem.
Visit sanctuaries of Pater Nester Ascension.
Walk along the Palm Sunday road down to the chapel of Dominus Flevit, where Jesus wept over eminent destruction of Jerusalem and visit Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus prayed while Judah betrayed him to the Romans.
Later, visit the Basilica of Agony and Tomb of Saint Mary.
Also, visit the Church of Saint Peter in Gallicantu, which symbolises Peter’s Denial of Jesus as he has prophesied at the Last Supper.
Then, head to the traditional house of high priest, Caiaphas, where Jesus was imprisoned.
Then, proceed to Bethlehem and visit the shepherd’s field, which is located in the Judah province. It was here that the Angel announced birth of Jesus to the shepherds of Bethlehem during the reign of King Herod.
Also, here David tended his flocks until he was anointed King of Israel.
Have lunch. Later, visit the Church of Nativity, the birthplace of Jesus, and the City of David, Manager Square; Crusaders Cloister Grotto of Saint Jerome.
Then, visit Milk Grotto. Dinner & overnight stay at Bethlehem.
After breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed to Taba, a 5-hour drive. Arrive and finish the customs and immigration formalities at the Israel side.
Enter into Egypt and complete the immigration and customs formalities. Check-in at hotel and have lunch.
Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Dinner & Overnight stay at Taba.
After breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed to Sinai to see the beautiful and historical mountains.
Also, visit the Saint Catherine Monastery, set beneath the mountain, where Moses is said to have received the Ten Commandments.
The monastery has been one of the world’s great centres of religious pilgrimage for over 15 centuries. Within its imposing walls rests a citadel like no other, incredibly rich in important religious and historical structures.
Among its treasures is a library of ancient manuscripts and icons second only to the Vatican's itself, and a 6th century church reputed to lie directly on the site of the Burning Bush.
Quite simply, the monastery is a defining feature of the Holy Land.
Proceed to Sharm El-Sheikh and have lunch at a restaurant.
Spend rest of the day at leisure. Dinner & overnight at Sharm El-Sheikh.
After breakfast, proceed to Cairo, while crossing the famous Suez Canal. Have Lunch.
Arrive at Cairo and head to the old churches in the city.
Have dinner at a restaurant. Overnight stay at Cairo.
After breakfast, head out to visit the Pyramids, The Great Pyramid of Giza, also called the Pyramid of Khufu and the Pyramid of Cheops.
It is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis bordering what is now El Giza, Egypt, and in a historical irony is oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one that survives substantially intact.
It is believed the pyramid was built as a tomb for fourth dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops in Greek) and constructed over a 20-year period concluding around 2551 BC.
The Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years Sphinx.
Then, proceed to the old churches of Cairo, the oldest in Egypt, originally.
Then, visit the Pharaonic Village. Go cruising on the River Nile.
Enjoy dinner and shows on-board.
Later, return to hotel. Overnight stay at Cairo.
Early morning, check out from hotel and proceed to the Cairo Airport for final departure.
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