Petra and Wadi Rum 2 days from Eilat
Petra was left by the Nabateans over 2000 years ago. Petra is one of the 7 wonders of the world. It is a historical and archaeological site, famous for its amazing facades, which are carved into the sandstone. Tour the treasury, the amphitheater, the tombs, and much more. The facades, tombs, statues, and all of what is in Petra comes from many different peoples. The facades are taken after the Romans, the tomb fronts are Syrian, the tombs are from the Nabateans and the Greco-Roman. The Nabateans made their money from collecting water. They built huge water cisterns and collected the water. In times of drought they sold it.
Wadi Rum is famous for its rock formations. One set of formations is called the “Seven Pillars of Wisdom.” There are many Bedouins in Wadi Rum. They have built 2 schools here, one for boys and one for girls. You can see how the Bedouins live in their goat haired tents. The Nabateans left their mark in Wadi Rum in forms of graffiti on the sides of the mountains.
Transfer from Eilat airport or hotels to Arava border with our professional assistance.
•Jordanian English speaking tour guide in the site Petra.
•Transports are by new executive models of air-conditioned cars / vans / buses.
•Entrance fees + short horse ride in Petra.
•Lunch in local authentic restaurant.
•Short panoramic tour of Aqaba.
•Meeting and assistance on the Israeli side and transfer back to Eilat Airport or Hotel.
•Hotel Overnight in Petra ( Wadi Musa ) on a half board basis
Departure tax, tips, personal expenses
•Other languages available for an extra fee.
•We recommend you that you have cash money available for border fees and tips.
•Visa We can make it for you at the border for $75 per person. (There is an option to add 1 more night in Jordan for $60.) If you stay 2 nights in Jordan there is no need for a visa.
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