18-to-Thirtysomethings

Party Nights & Ancient Sites

Party Nights & Ancient Sites.from $1,799.00pp

Various Dates | Departs Jerusalem | Arrive Tel Aviv

Explore the winding alleyways of Jerusalem’s Old City, see Petra’s stunning tombs and monasteries carved into rock walls, learn about Bedouin culture during an overnight stay in the desert, and hit the beach in Tel Aviv.

On the brink of settling on the tourist track, now’s the perfect time to experience these countries with your budget and an exploratory spirit in mind.

Fast, fresh, and fun adventures that never slow down, made for young, budget-minded travellers.


Inclusions

  • Accomodation
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
  • Some Dinners
  • Some Lunches

Itinerary

Day 1 Jerusalem Arrive at any time.

Shake off that jet lag and prepare for an evening buzzing with excitement. Head out with your group and CEO for drinks at a favourite local spot. After, feel free to do some exploring in the area on your own or with some fellow travellers. Kick off your adventure in Jerusalem with lively music, and a healthy dose of fun.

Day 2 Jerusalem

Take a guided walk through the Old City along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the western wall. Later, get a taste of modern life in Jerusalem with a visit to the bustling Yehuda Market, and stop at a local craft beer cafe.

Day 3 Jerusalem/Wadi Rum

Cross the border into Jordan. Stop at a G Adventures-supported community cafe for lunch then continue into Wadi Rum. Head out for a 4x4 desert excursion before a traditional dinner and overnight at a Bedouin desert camp.
You will have one CEO in Israel and one in Jordan. In this case, you will be transferred to the border and cross over unescorted to Jordan with any other travellers who are in your group. You will be met on the Jordanian side of the border by another CEO. See the "Detailed Trip Notes" section of the Tour Details page for helpful instructions on crossing the Israeli-Jordanian border.
Numeira Environmental Association is a nonprofit organization working in the South Ghour region, south of the Dead Sea, to create a sustainable future for the community. They engage children in environmental education, promote sustainable farming practices while creating jobs and training opportunities through their work. Their tourism program is key to the expansion of their environmental and social mission.
Drive to Wadi Rum, a vast, silent landscape of ancient riverbeds and the largest and most magnificent of Jordan's desert landscapes. Head deep into the desert by 4x4 stopping at famous landmarks along the way. Depending on the season/weather conditions, the 4x4 excursion may be done on the morning of day 4.
Arrive in the tented camp in time for a traditional meal and learn more about this ancient culture. There is a large, central tent that is traditionally decorated and perfect for relaxing or escaping the cold nights in winter. Our dinner is prepared traditionally, with the meat and vegetables cooked in an underground oven. Soft drinks and water are available for purchase (alcohol is not available). Lanterns light the way but we do suggest you bring a flashlight.

Day 4 Wadi Musa/Petra

Start early to visit iconic Petra for a tour and free time to hike and wander on your own. This evening, opt to visit Petra by Night.
The site is large so please be prepared for a lot of walking over sand and rocks for the entire day. Pace yourself, stay hydrated and be sure to have proper walking/hiking shoes.
In Jordan, alcohol is not often available in accommodations or restaurants. In the town of Wadi Musa (Petra), there are bars to enjoy a drink.

Day 5 Wadi Musa/Amman

Drive to Amman, and take a tour of key sites, including the famous Citadel and the Roman Amphitheatre. Later join your CEO for a night out at the famous Rainbow Street.
Thursday and Friday are party nights in the Middle East. Join your Jordanian CEO for a night out at the famous Rainbow Street, or in a new local favourite spot the Abdali Boulevard area.

Day 6 Amman/Tel Aviv

Travel back across the border into Israel with a stop to float in the Dead Sea and orientation visit to Bethlehem including a stop at Banksy's 'Walled Off Hotel'. Continue to the vibrant city of Tel Aviv.
Today we stop to float in the Dead Sea – don’t worry if you can’t swim, the water is so dense it’s not possible to sink. After, we will stop in Bethlehem for a quick photo stop to see the Palestinian town where Jesus Christ was born (while there won’t be time to go inside, you’ll be able to see the Church of the Nativity from the outside) and to see Banksy's 'Walled Off Hotel'.
Opt to head out tonight and experience the famed Tel Aviv nightlife – day 6 is a Friday, the best night of the week for clubbing with locals.

Day 7 Tel Aviv

Full free day to explore, chill on the beach, check out the street art or opt to take an excursion to Caesarea and Haifa. Later catch the sunset at a beach bar.
Some attractions are not open on Shabbat. If you have a particular museum in mind to visit while you are in Tel Aviv, we strongly recommend staying another day or two.


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