Egypt, Jordan, Israel Odyssey
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Combination Private Holiday, Cruise, and Coach Tour 24 Days ex CairoDeparts Fridays

08 Apr 22 - No Departure

Please note that alternate start days, duration, and itineraries can be tailored to your needs. Contact us for more information

Experience three of the Ancient Kingdoms Holidays most popular destinations combined into one amazing itinerary. Have the secrets of ancient Egypt unlocked for you by your own Egyptologist and experience ancient life as you cruise the Nile. Fly to Tel Aviv and discover Israel on a coach tour. Follow the story of the Old and New Testament capturing the history, food, and culture of these ancient lands. Transfer via the Southern Tourist border from Eilat to Jordan. Here join a private driver as you explore Jordan’s colourful Nabatean, Crusader, Christian and Roman history, culminating with the incomparable Rose Red City of Petra - lost to antiquity for millennia and rediscovered only in the 19th century.

Peace of Mind seamless travel :

  • Benefit from Innovative Travel’s local in country, local representatives, offering 24/7 local back up
  • VIP meet and assist PRIOR to immigration at Cairo Airport for immmigration and customs assistance
  • From Cairo Airport transfer to your Pyramids view hotel for 1st Cairo visit, enabling nearer access to the Pyramids & Sakkara areas
  • Benefit from your 2nd Cairo stay in a downtown location, conveniently located for your city sightseeing
  • Meet and assist PRIOR to immigration at Tel Aviv Airport, for immigration and customs assistance
  • Southern Tourist border crossing between Israel and Jordan at Yitzhak Rabin (Arava) Border
  • PCR testing may be pre booked, if required to return home or for your onward destination (Test payable directly)


  • Wake to the inspiring view of the sun rising over the Pyramids of Giza in your Pyramids view room, included with Deluxe and First-Class packages
  • Cruise the life blood of Egypt from Luxor to Aswan, discovering temples and tombs of the Pharaonic Age.
  • Have ancient sites of the Pharaohs, Nabateans, Saladin, Hadrian, and Lawrence of Arabia brought to life by experienced local guides
  • See the Rose Red City of Petra emerge in front of your eyes as you walk through the Siq entranceway
  • Experience the sensory delight of a float in the Dead Sea.
  • Trace the areas holy heritage from Jerusalem and Nazareth through to Galilee, visiting the renowned historic and Biblical sites
  • Experience hospitality including lunch in a Druze village overnight in a kibbutz and a wine tasting on the Golan Heights.
  • This special programme allows time to include a visit to the new Grand Egyptian Museum in the Giza area, after it is officially opened

Day 1: Cairo

Welcome to Egypt and the beginning of your Egypt, Israel, and Jordan Odyssey. You will be met by our representative prior to passing through immigration. Soak up the atmosphere of Cairo as you are transferred to your Pyramids area hotel and your first view of these ageless monuments.

Day 2: Cairo (B)

A day to remember! Meet your private local guide and Egyptologist for your day tour. Visit the ancient capital of Memphis and the enduring monuments of Sakkara, prototypes for Ancient Egypt’s most enduring architectural legacy - the Pyramids. Explore the sand strewn temples and tombs before travelling to the incomparable Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. The largest and oldest pyramid was built by Pharaoh Khufu over 3800 years ago.

Optional Sound & Light Show at the Pyramids.

Day 3: Cairo - Luxor (B)

Depart to Cairo Airport and fly to Luxor. On arrival you will be met by our local representative and transferred to your hotel for an overnight stay, This afternoon is free to explore Luxor at your own pace. This evening: Optional Sound & Light Show at the Temples of Karnak and Luxor.

Day 4: Luxor (BLD)

This morning a visit to the Mummification Museum, dedicated to the art of Ancient Egyptian mummification. This boutique museum will provide fascinating insights into the preservation techniques to protect the afterlife for pharaohs, their families, and animals, later buried in secret tombs, deep in the Valley of Kings.

Later this morning embark on your cruise boat. After lunch begin exploring one of the world’s greatest open-air museums - Thebes. Visit the magnificent Luxor Temple; follow the Avenue of the Sphinx to the Temple complex of Karnak. This gigantic site was added to by approximately 30 different Pharaohs which goes some way to explaining its size and grandeur.

Day 5: Luxor - Esna (BLD)

This morning cross the Nile to the West Bank. Today is full of highlights including the Necropolis of Thebes and the Valley of the Kings, home to the tombs of the Theban Ruler’s including Tutankhamun. Visit the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and see the famed Colossi of Memnon facing the Nile. This afternoon sail to Esna and cross the lock.

Day 6: Edfu - Kom Ombo - Aswan (BLD)

Today visit Edfu where remains from the Old Kingdom can be viewed, as well as the Temple of Horus – one of the holiest of the Egyptian pantheon of gods. Sail to Kom Ombo and visit Kom Ombo Temple which was shared by the two Gods Sobek (with the head of a crocodile) and Horus (who has the head of a falcon) and was built in the Ptolemaic period between 237 and 57 BCE. See the beautiful preserved murals and bas relief whose inscriptions provide important information on language, myth and religion during the Greco-Roman period in ancient Egypt. Later sail to Aswan.

Day 7: Aswan (BLD)

Visit the Aswan Dams at the end of Lake Nasser and the beautifully restored Temple of Philae. Dedicated to the goddess Isis (the mother of Horus), an international effort relocated the entire temple complex to save it from being submerged by the creation of Lake Nasser. Later sail by felucca around the lush islands of Aswan.

Day 8: Aswan - Cairo (BLD)

Disembark from your cruise. (Optional Abu Simbel tour).   Fly to Cairo for private transfer to your city location hotel. Time to relax and explore Cairo at your leisure in this vibrant and lively city.  

Optional: The Cairo Opera House features various Opera programs over the year or discover Egyptian cuisine in more depth at a Cairo Cooking School. To discover more about potential programmes, please enquire.

Day 9: Cairo (B)

Today is your opportunity to discover Cairo, and to pursue your personal interests. Choose and prebook from three of six locations listed below and discover past and present history and culture of Cairo. (Min 2).

Discover the incredible glittering treasures on your private Egyptologist-guided tour

  • The original Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square
  • The newly opened National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Al-Fustat. Cairo
  • The towering Citadel Mohamed Ali Mosque,
  • Vibrant Khan El Khalili Bazaar
  • Coptic Christian Cairo
  • Heliopolis WW II Cemetery where the fallen lay buried (closed Friday)

Day 10: Cairo - Tel Aviv (BD)

Departure transfer to the airport for your flight to Tel Aviv. Arrive Tel Aviv Airport. Welcome to Israel. On arrival you will be met by a representative of our local operator after exiting the plane at the Jet Bridge prior to immigration, who will assist with your visa and other formalities. (Look out for your name on a sign). Transfer to your Tel Aviv hotel to begin your Coach Tour of Israel. Take time to explore this Mediterranean city with Museums, street art, galleries, arts and crafts, shopping, and cafes. This evening meet fellow travellers joining you on this leg of the journey. Dinner is included at your hotel. Detailed information on your tour will be given to you upon arrival.  

Please note: Flight not included in the package price)

Days 11:  Masad & Dead Sea - Jerusalem (BD)

Travel via the Judean Mountains and descend to the lowest place on earth. Drive along the shores of the Dead Sea to the high rock fortress of Masada and hear about the historic defence against the Roman Empire from this location.   Later, take the chance to for a float in the mineral rich waters of the Dead Sea. Continue to Jerusalem.

Day 12: Jerusalem - Old City & Bethlehem (B)

Start with a spectacular view of Jerusalem from Mount of Olives, and then onto the Garden of Gethsemane. Visit the tomb of King David and the Room of the Last Supper on Mount Zion. See the famous Dead Sea Scrolls at the Shrine of the Book. Visit Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial. Afternoon drive to Ein Karem where John the Baptist was born. Continue to Bethlehem (subject to security clearance) – the birthplace of Jesus at the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square.

Day 13: Jerusalem - New City (BD)

Enter through one of the gates to the walled Old City to visit the renewed Jewish Quarter, Western Wall, and the Temple area. Walk along the Via Dolorosa (Stations of the Cross) to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, housing both the traditional site of the crucifixion and the Tomb of the Resurrection. Continue to downtown Jerusalem, and visit Mahane Yehuda to experience the flavors, aromas, colours, at the largest open market in Israel.

Day 14: Jerusalem - Sea of Galilee (BD)

Depart Jerusalem via Jericho, the oldest city in the world. Explore the excavations of the beautiful Roman City of Beit Shean. Proceed to Nazareth to visit the Church of the Annunciation and the carpentry workshop of Joseph. On to Safed, city of the Kabala, for a walk through the narrow alleys. Visit to a synagogue and the artists’ colony.

Day 15: Upper Galilee  (BD)

Drive to the Golan Heights, passing by the Druze villages. Visit a former Syrian fortification on the heights. Pass by Banias, source of the Jordan River. Enjoy an Israeli wine country experience, with vineyards surrounded by breath-taking views. Become acquainted with the collection of fine and rare wines enjoying a tour, wine tasting and understanding of the wine production process. Descending to the shores of the Sea of Galilee, visit the Mount of Beatitudes and the ruins of the ancient synagogue and Peter's house at Capernaum. Visit Tabgha, where the miracle of the fish and bread took place. Continue to Tiberias for a short tour of the old center of Jewish learning.

Optional: sailing in a boat across the Sea of Galilee to experience the tranquility and scenery that little has changed during the past 2000 years  

Day 16: Coastal Plain - Tel Aviv  (BD)

Depart for Akko (Acre) to explore the Knights’ Halls and the secret Crusader tunnels, continue to Haifa to view the magnificent Bahai gardens from atop Mount Carmel. Stop at ancient Caesarea, to visit the Roman Theatre and the Crusader Fortress. Continue to Tel Aviv and Jaffa for a short city tour.

Day 17: Tel Aviv - Eilat (Red Sea) (B)

Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for your domestic flight to Eilat. Spend the next two days relaxing on the at the Red Sea resort of Eilat. Note: During public holidays in Israel, the Red Sea city of Aqaba in Jordan may be substituted for an Eilat stay.

Day 18: Eilat (B)

Time to relax today at the Red Sea city of Eilat known for its marine coral nature reserve and calm sea, or take time to further explore the city.

Day 19: Eilat - Wadi Rum - Petra (BD)

Today you will be transferred from your Eilat hotel to the Araba border to enter Jordan.

On arrival at the Araba border, after border and immigration formalities, you will be met by your driver and transferred to Wadi Rum, called Valley of the Moon. This dramatic sandstone landscape features prehistoric inscriptions. Carving’s line rocky caverns and chasms. The natural watering hole of Lawrence’s Spring is named after the British soldier, later nick named Lawrence of Arabia. Take an off road 4WD ride through this impressive moon-like landscape with its dramatic canyons and dunes. (Duration of 4WD trip: 2 hours approx.) Later travel north to the majestic red rose city of Petra where you are based for two nights.

Petra nestled in the rocky red mountains is perhaps the most spectacular ancient city remaining in the modern world. The city was the capital of the Nabateans who dominated the lands of Jordan during pre-Roman times. They carved this wonderland of temples, tombs, and elaborate buildings hewn from solid rock. For centuries Petra fell into the mists of legend, its existence a guarded secret known only to the local Bedouins and Arab tradesmen. In 1812 a young Swiss explorer, Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, heard locals speaking of a lost city hidden in the mountains of Wadi Mousa. Burckhardt disguised himself as a pilgrim and discovered the secret of Petra, revealing it to the modern world.  Optional Petra by Night Tour

Day 20: Petra (BL)

Today enter Petra, via the narrow, high Siq, hewn from rock, hundreds of feet high. This mile long pathway winds through a dramatic ravine. Finally, around the last corner, your first sight is of El Khazneh, the Treasury, carved high into the rock.   Continue to explore the Nabatean rock-cut tombs and temples of Petra. Other highlights include the 3000-seat theatre (1st C. AD) and a Palace Tomb in the Roman style. Lunch is included today at the Nabatean Tent Restaurant, a local collective. Optional cooking class and dinner at the Petra Kitchen

Day 21: Petra - Madaba - Amman  (BD)

After breakfast travel via the Kings Highway to Madaba which is famous for its mosaics, the most stunning of in the St George Church which features a beautiful sixth century map of Jerusalem. This early church which has remained in use through the centuries. Continue to the Madaba Archaeological Park created to preserve Roman history, including ancient mosaics. Follow Moses footsteps to Mt Nebo, his traditional burial site. Later depart for the capital, Amman for a stay of two nights.

Day 22: Amman (B)

Today discover Amman. Called by many names over the centuries, including Rabbath Ammon in Hebrew, it became capital of the Ammonites and was also called Philadelphia by the Greeks. Residence of the king, Amman is constructed on many hills. On today’s tour visit the Citadel and Roman Theatre, continue to the Daret Al Funon Gallery in Jabel Al Weibdeh, and view artworks from both new and established local artists. This evening is at leisure. Option to attend the Beit Sitti Cooking School to discover the secrets firsthand of traditional Jordanian cooking.

Day 23: Amman - Jerash - Dead Sea (BD

After breakfast drive north to Jerash, nestled at the bottom of a green valley and widely regarded as one of the most beautifully preserved Roman cities in the world. Begin your exploration at the “South Gate.” Walk to the “Oval Plaza” and continue your way down through the “Street of Columns” until you reach the “Arch of Triumph” built on the honour of Emperor Hadrian in 129 AD. Continue to the Dead Sea, 75 kilometres long, it is fed by the Jordan River, with no outlet. These natural elements give the waters of the Dead Sea provide curative properties recognised since the days of Herod the Great over 2000 years ago. This evening relax on the last day of your tour, with dinner included at your Dead Sea Hotel.

Day 24: Amman - Departure Day (B)

Today you will be transferred to Amman Airport for your outbound flight.

Tour Inclusions:


  • Welcome Meet and assist, inside immigration in Cairo
  • Egypt visa on arrival for US, Canadian, UK, Australian and NZ citizens
  • All Airport transfers
  • Air-Conditioned transportation throughout
  • 23 nights’ accommodation in your chosen tour category. Choice of Deluxe (5 star) or First Class (4 star) accommodation
  • Daily breakfasts
  • Giza/West Cairo 2 night stay & 2 nights downtown Cairo
  • 4-night/5-day aboard fully serviced Nile Cruise on a full board basis Luxor/Aswan
  • Flights Cairo/Luxor x Aswan/Cairo
  • Private Transfers and sightseeing in Cairo and Luxor
  • Small group sightseeing on Nile Cruise
  • Egyptologist guide in Egypt
  • Meet and assist ex the Airbridge, inside immigration at Tel Aviv Airport
  • Coach Tour in Israel including 7 dinners
  • Israeli wine country experience in the Galilee
  • Flight Tel Aviv to Eilat
  • Private transfers in Eilat
  • Transfer via the Southern Yitzhak Rabin (Arava) tourist border, Ex Eilat to Jordan
  • Private driver and local guides in Jordan
  • Other meals as specified in Egypt and Jordan
  • Entrance fees
  • Sightseeing as specified including guide and entrance fees
  • 24/7 local office support throughout the tour
  • Travel Notes – issued by Innovative Travel

Tour Exclusions:


  • International airfares
  • Flight: Cairo – Tel Aviv
  • Optional tours and excursions
  • Port Taxes and fuel surcharges
  • Porterage
  • Optional tours
  • Tipping/Gratuities (please refer to tour notes for a recommended guideline)
  • Personal Expenses
  • Departure taxes
  • Hotel charges for minibar or any extra charges
  • Visas (unless specified)
  • Covid 19 Test requirements as required

Any other services not clearly mentioned in the inclusions above

Accommodation based on the below or similar

Cairo Pyramids Area

First Class - Steigenberger Giza (Pyramids View Room)

Deluxe Class - Regency West Cairo (Pyramids view)


First Class:  Sonesta Luxor

Deluxe Class: Hilton Luxor


First Class - Blue Shadow II

Deluxe Class - Movenpick Lily or Lotus

Cairo Downtown

First Class - Steigenberger Tahir

Deluxe Class - Ritz Carlton

Tel Aviv

First Class - Metropolitan Grand Beach

Deluxe Class - Dan Panorama / Crowne Plaza


First Class - Grand Court / Ramada

Deluxe Class - Dan Panorama / King Solomon


First and Deluxe Class - Kibbutz Hotel Superior


First Class: Soleil Boutique/Leonardo Resort

Deluxe Class: Dan Panorama/Queen of Sheba

Note Aqaba Hotels maybe substituted during Israeli Public Holidays


First Class:  Petra Guesthouse

Deluxe Class:  Movenpick Hotel


First Class:  Al Qasr Metropolitan Hotel

Deluxe Class:  Movenpick Hotel

Dead Sea

First Class:  Holiday Inn Hotel

Deluxe Class:  Movenpick Hotel

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Cruising the Nile - CRUISE SCHEDULE MAY VARYPlease use cruise itineraries as a guideline only. The order of sightseeing and overnight destinations may vary and are subject to change due to the operation of Esna Lock, or at the discretion of the of the cruise company. Should a change of boat be required due to any unforeseen circumstances prior to departure, an alternative of the same standard or better will be offered if available

There are many river boats that cruise between Luxor and Aswan. They provide accommodation and transportation for the majority of tourists travelling to Egypt. Each night and whilst moored for sightseeing, it is common for 4-5 cruise boats to be parked abreast of each other. The location of your boat will vary from port to port however in many cases your view from your cabin will be restricted to cruising periods only.

Sightseeing on Nile Cruise boats is operated by the cruise company. You will be allocated an English speaking guide and small group of other English speaking tourists for sightseeing upon embarkation. The order of sightseeing may vary depending on the local port authorities. If a tomb or temple is unable to be visited an alternative will be provided where possible.

Sightseeing (non cruise)All sightseeing unless specified is on a private basis with a driver and guide. Sightseeing generally takes place in the cooler periods of the day ie early morning or late afternoon therefore on occasion some early starts may be necessary to avoid the heat

Valley of the Kings: Not all the tombs within the Valley are currently open to the public. Many are closed periodically for resting and renovation (Entrance fees to three tombs is included in tour packages. Entrance fees to Tutankhamen’s Tomb is not included. Currently EGP100pp - subject to change).

RamadanDuring the Holy Month of Ramadan Muslims fast, abstaining from eating, drinking & smoking during daylight hours (approx. 7am-6.30pm). As a sign of respect, tourists should also try to refrain eating in public during the fasting hours. Restaurants and Cafes in Hotels and Cruise boats will be open, however limited alcohol may be available over this time. In 2022, Ramadan should begin around 1 April. After 30 days, or on sighting the full moon, Eid Al Fitr is celebrated & most public and private institutions close for at least three days.

Domestic Flights in Egypt.Flight times will reconfirmed by the local operator upon arrival in Egypt. Note, Flights from Cairo to Aswan and Luxor generally involve early morning starts due to flight schedules in the summer season. For flights to Abu Simbel certain flights are allocated to clients travelling for day trips from Cairo and overnight programmes. These flights are set by Egypt air and are outside of the operators control

Dress Codes

Modest dress is required for entrance to holy sites – Men: Long pants, Women – skirt or long pants and shoulders covered.

HotelsHotels in regional areas (i.e Abu Simbel/ Siwa/ St Catherine ) can be of a lower standard than the properties in the main tourist centres., with more basic/ less developed infrastructure due to location and surrounding conditions. The options chosen are the best available.


Israel is a country of pilgrimage for the three main religions of the world. It is a country where locals and those visiting have diverse political, cultural and religiously opinions. These generally reflect the cultural or religious belief of the person you are talking to. When travelling on tours please be aware that cultural sensitivities and attitudes of those on the tours, and those operating the tours may differ from those you personally have. The majority of sights visited on tours have religious significance to more than one religion and denomination. The tours are generally non-denominational.

Visa procedure on entry into Israel - Electronic Gate PassIt is essential that clients thinking of visiting Iran, Lebanon or Syria do not have a stamp showing entry into Israel.

For passengers who wish not to have their passports stamped with an Israel visa, Israel authorities have developed the “Electronic Gate Pass” as a substitute for the visa stamp. With the press of a button, a card is printed at the Border Control station and includes the principle details of the traveller as in the first page of the passport. Such details are picture, full name, date of entrance and type of visa. The form may not be printed automatically by the agent in charge at the border control booth, so it is important that clients specifically ask for the card to be issued if they do not wish to have their passport stamped.The Electronic gate pass is available at Ben Gurion Airport and at the various land crossings into Israel.The card is a proof of tourist status and must be retained at all time by the tourist while in Israel.

It allows tourists to purchase goods and be exempt from VAT. When planning a purchase, the card must be shown (but not handed in) in order to receive tourist privileges such as return of VAT for hotel services, car rentals as well as at specially registered duty free shops throughout the country.

Arrival TransfersIf for any reason you do not meet your transfer representative, please approach the “SMILE” office which is located behind the information counter in the baggage reclaim hall. Please do not leave the baggage reclaim hall or pass through Customs before you meet our representative, as once you are outside it is very difficult to locate you.Smile Airport Assistance: 972-3-975 4020

West Bank and Occupied TerritoriesCheckpoints and crossing into the West Bank and Occupied Territories: There are some travel restrictions in place in Israel, Sometimes access to attractions or cities may be restricted or limited by the security forces. These situations are outside the control of the operator and in the event of such circumstances they will endeavour to offer an alternative or reschedule a tour.

Bethlehem – Israeli guides and drivers may not be allowed to enter Bethlehem. Tours are generally operated by locals who also own their own local shops. We are reliant on using the locals for the tours and therefore spending part of the tour in a local merchant shop is part of the experience.Old Jerusalem – Due to parking and road restrictions in Old Jerusalem transfers and sightseeing coaches have limited access. You may be required to walk a short distance to meet tours or transfers.

Hotels and Services in Israel :Although Israel is considered a First World country, the standard of hotels and service especially in the tourist and first class categories are more reflective of the region. Breakfasts may be buffet or middle eastern breakfast (more like a continental breakfast with egg, bread and cheese). The demands on infrastructure in these regions are quite high and may lead to issues relating to maintenance or reliability of supply. Hotel staff whilst efficient may appear brusk and unwelcoming in comparison to other destinations.

Coach Tours:Please note that Israel coach tours may operate with clients staying in different hotels in each location. People on the tours may also have different inclusions.

Hotels on Coach Tours:Please use the hotel information on coach tours as a guide. In some cases these hotels are substituted for alternatives of the same or higher standard without notice.

Day tours in IsraelMost day tours in Israel operate from both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Depending on which direction the tour is travelling you may have an early start. Transportation between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem (vv) may be with a driver only.

Border Crossing ProceduresFor full details on border crossing procedures please refer to the Innovative Travel Notes. Unsure you have some hard currency on hand to pay departure and or arrival taxes.

The Allenby Bridge Border Crossing from Jordan or Israel is the most difficult and inconsistent border crossing in the region. This border crossing may take between 1-3+ hours depending on the time and day of travel. This may cause problems in finding the transfer drivers as although they are prearranged drivers are limited in the time they are able to wait at the border.

If you are more than 90 minutes at the border it is important to contact the transfer driver on the number provided in your documentation to reconfirm the drivers location as they are unaware if you have already passed through immigration.

Dress CodesModest dress is required for entrance to holy sites – Men: Long pants, Women – skirt or long pants and shoulders covered.


On all “flexi-holiday” itineraries (including the Royal Jordan tour) touring is made by private air-conditioned car with an English speaking driver. The journey from Amman to Petra or vv is with a private driver only. Local guides are provided in Petra and Jerash. The quality of assigned local guides may vary, due to Jordanian Government selection procedures, and is beyond the control of Ancient Kingdoms Holidays and their local representatives Jordan Circle Tours.

PetraIn Petra, the entrance fee includes free access to brochures & maps, a horse ride from the gate to the Siq and 3 hours guided tour. A horse and carriage is available within the Siq - this is booked and paid locally. Tips for horsemen and guides not included.

Dead SeaWhen travelling to the Dead Sea from Amman, remember to take your passport as there is a security stop enroute where it will need to be produced.

Wadi RumThe Desert camps, although permanent campsites, have basic infrastructure and facilities. The standard of accommodation will be lower than that experienced in a hotel.

Visa on arrival in JordanFor New Zealand & Australian passport holders staying more than 2 nights in Jordan, visa upon arrival can be organised by our local representative. Visa's can be also pre organised by our local representative for clients arrival into Jordan at Amman Airport, when arriving from Israel at Sheikh Hussein bridge or Arava Borders. For clients arriving from Israel via Allenby Bridge (also known as King Hussein Bridge), visa need to be pre-organised (and prepaid) prior to arrival.

Border Crossing (land borders to Jordan and Israel)For full details on border crossing procedures please refer to the Innovative Travel Notes. Ensure you have some hard currency or the local currency on hand to pay departure and or arrival taxes as credit cards payments may not be accepted.

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PCR tests if and when required whilst touring due to local regulations, maybe pre booked and payable directly.

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