Holy Land Tours from Saudi Arabia or UAE

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Whether you are a resident working in the GCC (UAE, KSA,…) or anywhere from around the world (Europe, USA, Canada,…) you do not need to worry about the border crossing or about receiving a stamp on your passport. Due to multiple inquiries we receive from our clients, asking how we make it possible for you to visit Jerusalem and Jordan. The following will be a detailed explanation of the process that we go thru, if you wished to visit Jerusalem.

To start off, an individual wishing to join one of our group tours should send an inquiry at least 14 days prior to the date of arrival, we advise you to also check if you are a non-restricted nationality or not by clicking on the following link. This gives us the time to get an authorization from Jordan’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiques and have it approved by the Ministry of Interior. When crossing the Border to go to Jerusalem, please keep in mind that security is heavy and the crossing could take anywhere from half an hour to an hour maximum visitors can ask the border’s security officers to stick the stamp on a separate document rather than directly in the passport.

Dead Sea Resort
Dead Sea Resort

Camping in Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon, is a unique and unforgettable experience in Jordan. This desert wilderness is famous for its stunning red sand dunes, dramatic rock formations, and a landscape that resembles the surface of Mars. Here are some key tips and information for camping in Wadi Rum:

  1. Choose Your Campsite: There are several campsites in Wadi Rum, ranging from basic desert camps to more luxurious options. You can book a campsite in advance or arrange one with a local Bedouin guide when you arrive.
  2. Bedouin Camps: Many tourists opt for Bedouin-style camps, where you can experience traditional hospitality. These camps often offer meals, camel rides, and cultural experiences like music and storytelling.
  3. Camping Permits: It’s essential to obtain the necessary permits for camping in Wadi Rum. You can obtain these permits through the Wadi Rum Protected Area Authority or with the help of your tour operator or guide.
  4. Camping Gear: If you plan to camp independently, make sure to bring all the necessary camping gear, including a sturdy tent, sleeping bag, food, and plenty of water. Nights can be cold, so pack warm clothing, especially during the winter months.
  5. Guided Tours: Many visitors choose to explore Wadi Rum with a local Bedouin guide. These guides can provide valuable insight into the desert’s culture, history, and geography while ensuring your safety.
  6. Sunset and Sunrise: Wadi Rum is known for its breathtaking sunsets and sunrises. Be sure to position yourself at a scenic spot for these magical moments.
  7. Stargazing: The desert’s remote location makes it an excellent place for stargazing. On clear nights, you can see a sky full of stars, making it a great experience for astronomy enthusiasts.
  8. Respect the Environment: Wadi Rum is a protected area, so it’s crucial to respect the natural environment. Leave no trace by properly disposing of your trash and not disturbing the wildlife or plant life.
  9. Safety: Make sure to inform someone of your plans when camping in the desert and carry essentials like a first aid kit and a means of communication.
  10. Weather: The weather in Wadi Rum can be extreme, with scorching heat during the day and cold nights. Check the weather forecast and plan accordingly.
  11. Duration: Consider how long you want to spend in Wadi Rum. You can do a short day trip or stay for several days to explore the desert’s beauty fully.

Camping in Wadi Rum offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature and immerse yourself in the stunning desert landscape. Whether you choose to camp independently or with a local guide, it’s an experience that many travelers find incredibly rewarding.

Luxury Camping in Wadi Rum
Luxury Camping in Wadi Rum

A 4-day tour of Jordan is a great way to experience some of the country’s most iconic and historic sites. Jordan is known for its rich history, stunning landscapes, and warm hospitality. Here’s a suggested itinerary for a 4-day tour of Jordan:

Day 1: Arrival in Amman

  • Arrive at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan’s capital.
  • Check-in to your hotel in Amman.
  • Depending on your arrival time, you can explore Amman’s downtown area, visit the Amman Citadel, and explore the Roman Theater.
  • Enjoy a traditional Jordanian dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 2: Petra

  • Depart from Amman early in the morning for the drive to Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
  • Spend the day exploring Petra, including the famous Treasury, the Monastery, and various tombs and temples carved into the rose-red cliffs.
  • Stay overnight in Wadi Musa, the town near Petra.

Day 3: Wadi Rum

  • After breakfast, head to Wadi Rum, a stunning desert landscape known for its Martian-like red sand dunes and rock formations.
  • Take a jeep tour of Wadi Rum, which may include visits to various scenic spots and canyons.
  • Enjoy a traditional Bedouin-style lunch in the desert.
  • Spend the evening stargazing in the clear desert sky.
  • Overnight stay in a desert camp for a unique experience.

Day 4: Dead Sea and Departure

  • In the morning, drive to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth. Float in the salty waters and enjoy the mud baths.
  • After relaxing at the Dead Sea, head back to Amman.
  • Depending on your flight time, you may have some free time for last-minute shopping or exploration in Amman.
  • Depart from Queen Alia International Airport for your onward journey.
Dead Sea Resort - Lowest point on Earth
Dead Sea Resort – Lowest point on Earth

This itinerary provides a glimpse of some of Jordan’s most famous destinations, but keep in mind that Jordan has much more to offer. If you have more time, consider adding additional days to explore places like Jerash, Madaba, Mount Nebo, or even a side trip to the ancient desert city of Al-Ula in Saudi Arabia. Also, be sure to check the current visa requirements and travel advisories before your trip, as they can change. Enjoy your visit to Jordan!

Jordan Islamic Tour – Heritage and Spirituality

We, at Jordan MW, look out to provide a high level of satisfaction for our clients and put all their worries concerning legal document and paperwork aside. Thus we assure you that we have good experience with the border crossings to Jerusalem.

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