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Petra 1 day
These tours are priced beginning at
Price Per Person2 People
Price Per Person3-4 People
Price Per Person5-7 People
Price Per Person8-10 People
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07:30 – Pick up from hotel in Eilat
08:00 – Cross Israel – Jordan border
10:30 – Enter Petra, visit site.
15:00 – Lunch in local restaurant.
16:00 – Exit Petra & drive back to Aqaba.
18:00 – Estimated return at Arava border
- Food & beverage not allowed across Jordan border
- November to March warm clothing & coats recommended.
- Valid passport – min. 6 months
- Transfers in Eilat
- Meet & assistance at the border
- All transfers in Jordan in air conditioned bus
- Lunch at Local Restaurant in Petra.
- Entrance fees & horse ride
- English speaking Jordanian Guide throughout
- Border taxes & Tips of $ 65 p/p
- Personal expenses
Pick up from Eilat Hotels and assistance to the Arava border.
Drive to Petra 2 hours via Aqaba past Wadi Rum until the small town of Wadi Moussa / Petra. The entrance to Petra** is through Al-Siq, a winding trail at the bottom of a natural deep canyon, at the end of which reveals itself the most famous Treasury monument. Hear story of the Nabateans who have established Petra as their capital on the “Spice Route”. Lunch break at a local restaurant. Afternoon drive back to Aqaba / Arava border. Return to Eilat Hotels.
**Petra is an archaeological site in Jordan, lying in a basin among the mountains which form the eastern flank of Wadi Araba, the great valley running from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. It is famous for having many stone structures carved into the rock. The long-hidden site was revealed to the Western world in 1812. Its famous description “a rose-red city half as old as time” and the capital of the Nabataeans.
**From 01/01/16 ALL tourists must arrive with a pre-arranged visa in order to enter Jordan from Yitzchak Rabin Border (Arava Border by Eilat).
Visa should be issued by tourists themselves at a Jordanian Embassy & costs $ 58 per person before arriving to Israel.
Alternatively, a tourist can acquire the visa from our company via contacts in Jordan for $60 per person.