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3-Day Petra Wadi Rum and Jordan Tour from Jerusalem

  • Cover Jordan’s highlights in three days from Jerusalem
  • Explore Petra, Jerash, Wadi Rum, and Amman Citadel with a guide 
  • Includes transportation, Petra accommodation, meals, and entry fees
3-Day Petra Wadi Rum and Jordan Tour from Jerusalem
From US$560.00
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3-Day Petra Wadi Rum and Jordan Tour from Jerusalem
From US$560.00
Touring Jordan from Israel is difficult independently, as rental cars are prohibited from crossing the border. This 3-day tour from Jerusalem makes it easy: You’ll visit Petra, Jerash, Wadi Rum, and Amman, accompanied by a guide who will provide commentary about each location. Transport, meals, admissions, and two nights’ stay at a Bedouin campsite (hotel upgrade option available) are included, so you’re free to concentrate on the sights.
What to Expect
Day 1: Jerusalem – Amman – Petra (L, D)
Depart Jerusalem by air-conditioned vehicle, traveling past the Dead Sea into Jordan and on to Jerash. Admire the ruins of this well-preserved Roman city and, after lunch, continue to Amman.

Visit Amman Citadel and enjoy sweet treats before the long drive to a Bedouin-style camp in Petra where you’ll be sleeping in a comfortable tent for two guests of the same gender, or to your 4-star hotel if you’ve upgraded.

Day 2: Petra (B, L, D)
After breakfast, enjoy a guided tour of Petra, the rock city carved by the Nabataeans about 2,000 years ago. Marvel at the Treasury and other highlights, and after your tour and lunch, opt to continue exploring independently or hike to the mountaintop monastery before returning to your camp or hotel.

Day 3: Petra – Wadi Rum – Jerusalem (B, L)
Following breakfast, visit Wadi Rum, a desert wilderness of multi-colored mountains, canyons, and dunes made famous by Lawrence of Arabia. Absorb the stunning scenery on a 4x4 tour and after a Bedouin-camp lunch, cross into Israel, and end your trip back in Jerusalem.
Reviews (47)
1 - 5 of 44 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Fun and eye opening

The tour guide was great. I wish there was less free time and more time with the tour guide.The pick up was very early Friday morning (6am) but I slept on the bus so that was good. After the tour, on Sunday evening, I would...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank DaniB1586
Reviewed 1 week ago
Petra is Amazing! 3 Days is worth It! And Mahdi is a great Tour Guide

My title says it all - this is one of the most amazing sites to see in the world - and there is no better way to do it than from Israel. Given the amount of driving entailed - and the sheer scope and size...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Brian S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Not So Good

We experienced several problems on our tour, offered by "Petra from Israel/Tourist Israel". Because there was no tour representative to greet us and take role at 5:30 AM, or communication between our Jerusalem early morning bus driver - who didn't speak English - and the...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Tallulah1984
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Awesome tour!

Mahdi made our tour amazing. He is clearly a professional local guide with years of experience. Everything was very well-organized... At least on the Jordanian side of the border (which is what counts and definitely understandable given the relationship between the two countries). This is...More

Thank TravelinAndyM
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Highlight of Israel trip.

We just got back from this tour a few days ago. The Bedouin camps were a memorable experience. Petra is amazing and really needs 3 full days to explore. Jerash, an old Roman city, was also a surprising stop. Unlike the sites I've seen in...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Jacquelyn C
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Maaike B
January 14, 2019|
Response from jaquelined145 | Reviewed this property |
Travel backpack is fine.. i didn’t stay there, but all the others who fid had all their luggage with them.
November 17, 2018|
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Response from Stuart P | Reviewed this property |
We had around 20 people