Beirut Intercontinental Airport...
Lebanon-Egypt-Dubai-Oman-Jordan 14 Days Combo Package
Day 1: arrival Beirut Intercontinental Airport
Meet & assist, transfer to hotel.
Enjoy a leisurely scroll through the Beirut renovated Down Town and explore the cultural and religious heritage of the city. You will visit the old Churches and Mosques, the roman bathes, the Martyrs squares, the Grand Serail, the National Museum, AUB Museum and the Corniche.
Day 3 Departure
Transfer to Beirut airport departure.
After Arrive from Beirut, Our guide will pick you from your hotel to drive southwards to Egypt’s first capital, Memphis
Where you will visit the ruins of the temple of Ptah, the fallen colossal statue of King Ramses the 2nd and the Alabaster Sphinx of King Amen phis the 2nd. A short drive from Memphis lies the oldest, ancient cemetery of Sakkara.
The world’s first monumental stone building, the Step Pyramid of King Zoser, built by the engineer Imhotep almost 5,000 ago, still stands. After visiting the complex you continue to one of the Mastabas (tombs) built nearby, such as those of Ptah Hotep, Mereruca, Idut or Ti for an inside visit.
You will then proceed to the Giza Plateau, where the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World is found, the imposing Pyramids of Giza.
During your visit to the Pyramids you will have time for unique photo opportunities of the three Pyramids from the Western Plateau. Continue down the valley where the guardian of this mortuary complex, the Mighty Sphinx, bears witness to the passage of time and man in eons of silence.
A short stop will be made at a Papyrus Institute, where the art of paper making from reeds, discovered by the Ancient Egyptians, will be demonstrated for you.
Then you will be back to your hotel.
Night Optional Tours:
- Dinner cruise with belly dance show at Nile
After Breakfast, start your visit to the Citadel of Saladin, where panoramic views of the city of Cairo can be seen. Here you will also visit the spectacular Alabaster Mosque of Mohamed Ali, the founder of modern Egypt. Your next stop will be at the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities where over 120,000 objects in its 107 halls – including the treasures of Tutankhamen (King Tut) – are exhibited. . You will then proceed back to your hotel in Cairo.
Night Optional Tours:
- Sound and Light show at Giza pyramids
- Khan El Khalily night tour
Gayer Anderson Museum, two houses built in the 16th and 17th centuries reflecting the early Ottoman style of architecture. Fully restored and refurnished by Gayer Anderson, a British army officer who made his home in Egypt, the museum includes his mementos as well.
Your next stop will be at Ibn Touloun mosque. Completed in 878AD by the founder of the Toulounid dynasty Al Amir Ahmed Ibn Toulon, it is one of the largest mosques built in Islamic Cairo. It’s open central courtyard measures 92×91 meters and is surrounded by an open corridor. The mosque is known for its rich collection of gypsum ornaments and engravings. The outside staircase of its minaret winding its way from the ground to the top of the minaret makes it unique in Egypt.
Continue to Khan El Khalily open Bazaar Area.
Step back in time and experience the ambience of Cairo from six centuries ago. You will be at the exotic and colorful Khan El Khalily Bazaar. A shopper’s paradise and a photographer’s dream come true where bargaining is an art and expected when you are negotiating a purchase. Gold, silver and gems, bronze and copper, the smell of exotic spices, leather goods, the aroma of brewed coffee sifting through elaborately carved wooden doors and coffee shops, the captivating sound of music and a plethora of an unbelievable display of merchandise together with a multitude of colorfully dressed crowds bring to life scenes from “A Thousand and one Arabian nights.”
Afternoon proceed back to your hotel.
Note: At the museum there are 30 to 40 marble stairs leading from the ground floor upstairs where the Tutankhamun collection is housed. At the pyramids and Sphinx ground is uneven, cobblestone and sandy. Comfortable walking shoes, hat and sunscreen are recommended. No cameras or videos allowed inside the archaeological museum. Cameras and videos are free at the pyramids. Tour order may vary between groups but all mentioned sites will be covered.
Day 7: Dubai City Tour
After arrival from Cairo, our guide driver meets you up at the airport then you move to visit one of the modern Dubai highlights which is Jumeirah mosque in which you can discover and learn about Islamic marvelous architecture style and rich decorations of Islam spirit, after the end of visit you continue along the Jumeirah beach road,
This is the most luxurious urban area in Dubai. We pass in front of the Mercato
Themed shopping mall and stop for photographs at the famous Burj Al Arab (Arab Tower) Hotel one of the fanciest hotels on the planet.
After that you will head along the skyscraper area of Sheikh Zayed Road, also referred to as little Manhattan, where we pass by the Emirates Towers and Dubai World Trade Center two of the most famous landmarks of modern Dubai.
Then we drive along the Zabeel road, passing by the palace of Dubai ruler and builder Shiekh Muhammad Palace and also Sheikh Rashid Palace. Then to pass the Dubai creek to have a photo stop there. And also we pass by the Al Bastakiya’s old-wind tower houses, which were built by the wealthy merchants of the past.
The next stop takes us to Dubai Museum which is built on ruins of famous fort of Fahidi fort.
Museum is the 200 year-old restored Palace of Sheikh Saeed, Then tour continues to the Abra station, where we will take an Abra (water ferry) to cross to the opposite side of the creek, to have quick shopping tour in Dubai souks and bazaars.
Day 8: Dubai Desert Safari
Your tour guide and driver will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby for picking up and driving outside Dubai to experience a Drive in the sand dunes. By driving there you will really enjoy and try the experience of driving over yellow sand like locals with marvelous scene of Desert with all it may include before stopping for marvelous photo stop by sun set.
Next we proceed to our camp. Upon arrival at the camp you will have the opportunity to ride a camel and walk into desert.
Then it is time for BBQ meal by the sand and in an open air tent and also with unique belly dance show with oriental music.
By the end of the tour you arrive back at your Ship or hotel after enjoying your safari day
Day 9: Dhow Cruise Dinner
Try the dinner cruise in one of the marvelous Dubai traditional boats (Known locally as Dhow Cruises).
Have your dinner in an unforgettable Romantic evening cruise includes a buffet dinner with a variety of dishes either Continental, or oriental cuisine, along with soft drinks and traditional coffee.
You may also wish to go on the deck to take the fresh air and see Dubai’s lights and sights as the cruise sails along the Dubai Creek, By the end of your dinner you will once transferred back to your hotel.
Day 10: Departure
Transfer to Beirut airport departure.
Optional for Day 10:
Dubai Shopping Tour (Optional)
Aquaventure Tour (Optional)
We are driving first to Nizwa to visit the famous Nizwa Souq. It is among the largest of its kind in Oman. A wide variety of vendors offer their goods in the streets of the souk from 05:00 am to about 10:00 am each morning. Here you can find fish, meat, vegetables, pottery, jewelry, handicrafts and souvenirs which
Are sold in authentic old market halls that few places can boast. Especially interesting is the Friday cattle market, when the locals from the nearby Villages come to sell their donkeys, goats, cattle, sheep and chickens in a circus style open market place.
Next to the Souq is Nizwa Fortress. The fort is a museum today and offers splendid views of this ancient town and the surrounding mountains. You can walk around in this impressive fortress and visit its many rooms, passages and towers. The fort is an architectural testimony to the economic and military achievements of the early Yaruba dynasty from the mid-17th century. It was a military stronghold designed to withstand even the strongest of attacks at the time. Even along the corridors, many traps were laid to deter any intruders that might have penetrated the defenses.
Then we take you to Birkat al Mauz, a beautiful oasis at the edge of the sharply rising cliffs of the Jebel Akhdar Mountain. We will walk around the old ancient village of the town and then we walk through some of its large beautiful Banana and Date plantations. Then we drive up the Mountain road. After a stop at some of the stunning valley view points, we will check in our Hotel for the night.
Overnight in Jebel Akhdar Hotel
Akhdar means green in Arabic, and in view of the lush gardens on the top plateau, it is easy to understand why it was given this very appropriate name indeed. Here you can see impressive fruit and vegetable gardens, which are built on terraces on the side of the mountain.
In the morning we will visit the famous rose gardens of the Sultan. Over the centuries, rose distillers in Jebel Akhdar wait for the spring season for the earliest blooms of rose â€œrosa damasceneâ€. The man-made terraces in the villages of Al Ain, Al Shiraijah and Al Aqur are covered in pink with native roses, and the aroma of the rose water from the local distilleries mixes with the mountain air. The rose water is kept in clay urns for ninety days until the distillation process is complete. The rose harvesting season is from march-May.
Then we take a beautiful scenic walk (1 Â½ hours) along the edge of the mountain and through some villages. You will be rewarded with spectacular views over the deep valley and the garden plantations. Then we go for a walk into one of the Wadis to visit an old abandoned village, before driving back into Muscat.
Breakfast/dinner (depending on hotel)
English speaking driver/car
After arrive from Oman, Early morning pick up from your hotel at Amman or Arava Border
Enjoy a tour of Aqaba including the highlights of the city and the market. From there we will drive to the visitors' center of Wadi Rum from where you will start the 3-hour jeep safari in the legendary Wadi Rum. In the early evening we arrive at the hotel in Petra for dinner and overnight.
On day two: Go right from our hotel in Petra to start our tour inside the “Red Rose City.” We enter the ancient city of Petra through the famous “Siq,” a narrow natural gorge. At once the valley of Petra opens in front of us, and we see the famous Khazana (the treasury). We visit the most famous monuments, carved in red sandstone, including a climb to "A-Dir" Monastery. You will have lunch inside Petra before leaving the site.
Travel back to your hotel at Amman.
Pick up from your location, Transportation by air condition vehicle, An English speaker tour guide, Enter fee to Petra, overnight hotel in Petra, Dinner in Petra, A jeep Safari in Wadi Rum.
Price does not include:
Entry visa fee, border taxes fee, tips – about 60$ in total, to be paid cash at the border
Lunch & extras in hotels
Overseas Travel Insurance.