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Explore Jordan & Jerusalem

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Are you looking for a tour combines two countries at once? Jordan Season Tours makes it possible for you to visit Jordan & Jerusalem with only one visa entry. You will explore Mt. of Olives, Bethlehem , visit the Church of Nativity and Jericho.

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  • Petra
  • Madaba
  • Mt. Nebo
  • Bethany (Baptism site)
  • Dead Sea
  • Jerusalem
  • Mount Zion
  • Mount of Olive
  • Bethlehem
  • Mount of Temptation
  • Jericho


Day 1 Arrival – Amman
Your Jordan Trip begins with your arrival to Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA).
A representative from Jordan Season Tours will meet you at Queen Alia International Airport and transfer you within an hour to Amman. (Overnight Amman )
Day 2 Amman - Madaba – Mt. Nebo – Bethany (Baptism site) – Dead Sea –Petra
• Enjoy a relaxing breakfast at your hotel in Amman
• Morning departure to visit Madaba to See the Holy Land mosaic map in Madaba’s St. George’s Church.
• Drive to Mount Nebo, where the bible says Moses saw the Promised Land
• Then you will visit Jordan River / Baptism site, where Jesus was baptized.
• Afterwards , we will take you all the way down to the Dead Sea “ The lowest point on earth “ , float in the salt-rich waters , try out the healing mud or simply relax at the beach .
• You will transfer you to Petra .

• Optional activity for tonight “Petra by night show “, this event is magical way to see Petra by candlelight. Petra by night show runs every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, starts at 20:30 and ends around 22:30 Pm.
(Overnight Petra )
Day 3 Explore Petra - Amman
• Early Breakfast at your hotel in Petra .
• Today there is a long day ahead of you as you will explore Petra ,aptly described as
“Rose –Red city, half as old as time “. This massive architectural structure is listed in the Seven Wonders of the World. The ancient city was founded by Nabateans 2000 years ago. The visit of Petra starts on horseback, followed by a walk through the siq .Towards the end of the Siq, you will be fascinated by the treasury / “Al khaznah “and finally you can proceed and explore the whole city .
We'll return you to Amman for overnight (Overnight Amman)
Day 4 Amman–Mount Zion - Mount of Olive – Bethlehem – Jerusalem
• Breakfast at your Hotel in Amman
• At 8:00 am transfer to Jerusalem via King Hussein (Allenby) bridge
• Proceed to the Mount of Olives, for that famous view over the city to the Temple Mount; from here we visit the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of all Nations
• continuing our tour to Mount Zion & the Last Supper Room & the Tomb of King David
• Drive to Bethlehem to visit Manger Square and the Church of the Nativity. (Overnight Jerusalem)
Day 5 Jerusalem free time – Jericho - Mount of Temptation – Amman
• Free time to explore the historic city Jerusalem, visit al Aqsa Mosque & the Dome of the Rock (if allowed this day) if not don’t worry we will take you to the view where you can see them, visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, continue through the Jewish Quarter & explore the markets or any of the museums
• make our way back to the border, stopping en route at Jericho, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the World.
• If time Visit Mount of Temptation in Jericho which was the site of Satan’s failed attempts to tempt Jesus.
• Cross back to Amman from Allenby Bridge. (Overnight Amman)
• make our way back to the border, stopping en route at Jericho, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the World.
• If time Visit Mount of Temptation in Jericho which was the site of Satan’s failed attempts to tempt Jesus.
• Cross back to Amman from Allenby Bridge. (Overnight Amman)
Day 6 Amman – Departure
Our representative will be taking you within one hour to Queen Alia Airport for your departure at any time during the day.
You would need to leave the hotel 3 hours in advance (2 hours for the check in and less than 1 hour driving from Amman to Queen Alia Airport).


  • check-1 All Transfers.
  • check-1 Free visa to Jordan .
  • check-1 Bus Tickets from KSA (Riyadh or Jeddah )
  • check-1 English-speaking guide in Jordan & Jerusalem ( depends on group size )
  • check-1 Entrance and lunch at the Dead Sea.
  • check-1 3 star Hotels accommodation for 5 nights .
  • check-1 Daily Breakfast and 3 Dinners.
  • remove All kind of tips.
  • remove All entrance fees to above itinerary .
  • remove Travel Insurance (optional).
  • remove Departure Tax on the bridge border.
  • remove Any not mentioned under included.

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What is the step-by-step process for crossing from Jordan to Jerusalem across Allenby Crossing?
The following are the steps when crossing from Jordan to Jerusalem:

1. Arrival at the Jordanian Terminal:

When you arrive at the Jordanian Terminal at the Allenby Crossing / King Hussein Bridge make sure you go to the Tourist terminal. You must pay the exit tax if it is applicable (JOD 10 pp, approx $15 - exempt if you have spent less than 2 nights in Jordan - subject to change). After the immigration staff check your passport, they will keep it and return it to you on the shuttle bus. You will be told to board the shuttle bus and await its departure. You will pay JOD 7 pp (approx $10) plus JOD 1.50 (approx $2) per each piece of stored luggage for the shuttle bus.

2. Shuttle Bus between border Terminals:

Board the shuttle bus to the Israeli Terminal, which is about 5 Km away. Along the way there will be several checkpoints and barriers. The bus leaves approximately every 1-2 hours, so you may have to wait a while before if moves. The bus charges JOD 7 per person (approx $10) plus JOD 1.50 (approx $2) per item of luggage placed in the bus hold. If you want to avoid the wait for the bus and speed up the whole border crossing you can take the VIP service. This costs $110 pp but will enable you to cross more quickly.

3. Arrival at the Israeli Terminal:

When the shuttle bus pulls up in front of the Israeli terminal, your first stop is to hand over your passport to porters who will give your passport to a security person a few meters away.

IMPORTANT: If you are travelling with hand luggage only, then keep that with you (otherwise if you hand it with your passport it will be treated as checked luggage and go for a security check that will delay you). If you have large items of luggage you will be required to hand it over with your passport. You will then be given your passport back with a sticker on it indicating the number of items of checked luggage you have. From here enter the terminal for a body and hand luggage security check. Then continue to the immigration hall and go to the immigration kiosks on the far side of the hall (they are for tourists). Immigration officers issue you with a ID card with your passport photo on it. This must be kept with your passport throughout your stay in Israel. This system replaces stamps in passports, unless a traveler specifically asks for a stamp in their passport. If it important that you don't get an Israeli stamp in your passport, we recommend making this clear to the immigration officer, just to be certain.

After the immigration kiosks there is another passport check. Then you walk out to the hall where the checked luggage is discharged. Collect any luggage and continue past the customs counters and out of the Terminal.

4. Outside the Israeli Terminal:

For Jordan Season tours the driver picking you up from the Israeli terminal will be waiting for you just outside the terminal. The driver will have a sign with your name. Please note this will be a different driver to the one you had in Jordan.

For Jordan Season Tours transfers, walk to the taxi booth 5 meters on the left as you exit the terminal, they will have your booking under your name, and will take you to your destination.

The whole border process starting at the Jordanian border terminal and ending at the exit of Israeli terminal can take anything between 2-5 hours. The good news is the delays are generally only on entering Israel / Palestine, and almost never when returning Jordan.

Please note that much as we would wish otherwise, we have no control over the procedure, systems, crowds and queues at the border. Look at these as the possible price to pay to visit the great city of Jerusalem. If you want to avoid them consider taking the VIP Border Crossing service ; or travelling via the Jordan River Border (also known as Sheikh Hussein - though here you will add 3 hours of driving). You may also consider complaining to the Israeli authorities about the situation at the border.
What are the Allenby Bridge opening times?
The Allenby Bridge / King Hussein Bridge official opening hours are as follows:

Sunday through Thursday: 08:00 - 22.00

Friday & Saturday: 08.00 to 13.30

Jewish Holidays & eve of Jewish Holidays: 08.00 to 13.30

The opening times are based on the Israeli clock. While there is a time difference between Jordan and Israel, go according to the Israel time.
Will the Israeli authorities stamp my passport?
Crossing via Allenby Bridge:

The current (since early 2013) policy in Israel is not to stamp passports but to issue travellers with a personalised printed card. This card has a scanned copy of your passport photo on it, along with your name and entry date. This card must be kept with your passport throughout the duration of your stay in Israel. Be sure to keep this with you, as it is your proof of entry to the country and you may need it to show at Israeli checkpoints if asked. You also need to show it when leaving Israel/ Palestine. If you actually would like a stamp in your passport, the authorities will still provide this for you if requested.


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