Experiencing the magic of an ancient place: from the ruins of Greco-Roman cities, to biblical landmarks, to the vast deserts that inspired Lawrence of Arabia, Jordan is an iconic destination of the Arab world.
The archaeological site Petra, the “Red Rose City,” was carved out of pink sandstone cliffs around 300 B.C. by the Nabateans. The once-thriving capital is surrounded by stark mountains. A beautiful and fascinating site, Petra is the highlight of any trip to this region.
Walking though Jerash, the “Pompeii of the Middle East,” and marveling at the splendored past of the Romans and their reach in the world.
A long float in the salts and minerals of the Dead Sea—the original healing spa treatment!
Things To See & Do
Take a four-wheel-drive excursion through the Wadi Rum, a desert of epic proportions and home to the enduring Bedouin culture.
In Jordan’s modern capital, explore the Citadel, the Great Temple of Amman, and the Roman Theater.
Travel to Madaba, the famed “City of Mosaics,” and then on to Mount Nebo for expansive views of the Holy Land.
Visit the royal family's world-renowned auto collection.
Dine by candlelight at little Petra in a private dinner hosted for your party.
Enjoy the incredible hospitality and food of the Jordanians.
The Holy Land is laden with the spiritual and historical heft one might expect, but it is also enmeshed in a fascinating cosmopolitan society replete with seaside resorts, urban oases, and cutting-edge culture and cuisine.
Israel is the epicenter of faiths, home of El Aska Mosque, Temple Mount, and The Church of the Holy Sepulchre. If a particular religious history is what you seek, just ask and we will tailor the trip to your interests.
Touring Jerusalem from the four corners of the Old City, to the Western Wall, to the Garden of Gethsemane.
In that little town called Bethlehem… visit the Church of the Nativity, built over the cave where it is believed Jesus was born.
What To Do
Set off for a private boat ride on the Sea of Galilee, stopping at Capernaum, seeing St. Peter’s house and the synagogue where Jesus taught.
Take in Tel Aviv, a city on the sea, and stop at the artist colony of Jaffa.
Visit Masada, where Jewish Zealots took their own lives instead of surrendering to the Romans. Check out the Qumran Caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947.
Visit Yad Vashem, a leading institution in Shoah education, and the Israel Museum.