The Biblical Tour

Duration: 8 days /7 nights
Theme: Pilgrimage / Biblical / family adventure
Budget: All Budgets
Minimum Number of Persons: starting from 2 persons
Child Friendly: 5 years & over.


Day 1  (D)

Arrival to Amman via Queen Alia International Airport – our representative will meet & assist through all governmental formalities – meeting your guide and transfer to hotel in Amman for check in – panoramic night city tour of Amman – welcome dinner at one of the finest traditional restaurants in Amman – overnight in Amman.


Day 2 (B, L, D)

After Breakfast – visit Makawir, where John the Baptist was imprisoned and beheaded. Visit Bethany beyond-the-Jordan, the baptismal site of Jesus and where Elijah ascended to heaven in a chariot of fire. Continue to the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, for free time at the beach and overnight.


Day 3 (B,L,D)

today we will be heading to the town of Madaba, it is most famous for its exquisite 6th-century mosaics. Its history dates back at least 3500 years, we will visit Madaba’s most famous mosaic is located in the Church of St. George in the middle of town. The Mosaic Map of Palestine represents the Holy Land and its surrounding regions. Clearly visible on the map are al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dead Sea, the Jordan River, Nablus, al-Khalil (Hebron), Ariha (Jericho), Egypt and the Nile River, Turkey and Lebanon. The mosaic was made around 560 CE, originally composed of over 2.3 million pieces, and measured a staggering 25 by 5 meters. Then we continue with less than 10 kilometers west of Madaba is Mount Nebo, known as Pisgah in the Bible. It is where the Bible says Moses lived out his remaining days and viewed the Promised Land. Mt. Nebo offers a fantastic view westward, with a vista that includes the Dead Sea, the West Bank, the Jordan River, and, on a clear day, Bethlehem and Jerusalem.   Then continue via Kings Way which twists and winds its way through the heart of Jordan, connecting Madaba, Karak, Tafileh, Shobak and Petra. The King’s Highway is the world’s oldest continuously used communication route, and is mentioned early in the Bible. In Numbers 20, Moses requests the king of Edom to allow his people to "travel along the king’s highway and not turn to the right or to the left until we have passed through your territory." We will visit Kerak, which is variously known throughout history as Qir Heres, Qir Moab, and Hareseth, Karak has been a prized possession of a number of civilizations. It lies on the ancient caravan routes that used to connect Egypt to Syria, and its commanding position almost 1000 meters above the Dead Sea Valley made it a strategic asset of great importance. The city was the ancient capital of Moab, and was also used by the Greeks and Romans. During Roman times it was known as Characmoba. But it was not until the arrival of the Crusaders in the 12th century that Karak reached its full splendor. It is recorded that the Crusader King Baldwin I of Jerusalem had the castle built in 1132 CE. With its location midway between Shobak and Jerusalem, Karak formed part of a great line of Crusader castles stretching from Aqaba to Turkey. Karak became the capital of the Crusader district of Oultrejourdain, and, with the taxes levied on passing caravans and food grown in the district, it helped Jerusalem prosper.   Continue to Petra for dinner and overnight.


Day 4 (B, L, D)

Breakfast - Your ultimate destination is the astonishing rose-red city of Petra. Which was built by Nabateans (An early Arab people). Petra was renowned for it massive architecture, pools, dams and water channels. Petra is the legacy of the Nabateans who settle in the South of Jordan more than 2 thousands years ago. The TREASURY, Royal Tombs, The Court, Roman Theatre, Roman Street, museum of Petra with a possibility to visit one of the two highest points of Petra (Al Deir, The Monastery) almost 850 high or the high place of the Sacrifice, almost 600 steps high. overnight in Petra.


Day 5 (B, L, D)

After Breakfast – second day visiting the red rose city. By the evening and after a half day visiting Petra, you can never get enough of it, so we will be taking you on one of the most romantic yet mystic journey, picking you up after dinner to visit Petra by night, to walk through the candle lit Siq till we reach the candle lit treasury, an experience you will remember forever! Overnight in Petra. 


Day 6 (B, L, D)

After Breakfast - start trip by visiting Little Petra (Al Baidah) then heading to Wadi Rum, arrival to your camp for Lunch and tea, then taking a Jeep tour inside the valley to a special point to witness the inspiring sunset of Rum – back to your Camp for dinner and over night.


Day 7 (B, L, D)

Breakfast – leaving and heading to Amman  – by the evening our guide will pick you up on a panoramic farewell tour of the city – overnight in Amman.


Day 8 (B)

Breakfast – pick up and transfer to queen Alia International Airport for departure. Bon Voyage!

(B) = Breakfast
(B,L) = Breakfast & Lunch
(B.L, D) = breakfast, lunch & dinner.



Amiral Tours & Travel
Tel: +962-6-5858044
Fax: +962-6-5862218
P.O.Box: 661 Amman 11810 JORDAN