Jordan, Syria & Lebanon

A combination of three countries to add that extra flavor to your tour!

  • The famous Crusader’s castle Crac-des-Chevaliers.
  • Serjilla – one of the 500 Dead Cities that were built during the 4th and 7th century.
  • The fascinating Phoenician, Roman, Greek and Crusader archaeological ruins.
  • The old harbor and St Giles Castle in the north of Lebanon.
  • Beirut Archaeological Museum and Martyrs Square.
Day 1
Arrive Amman

On arrival at Amman Aiport you will be met and assisted by our representative and transferred to your hotel in Amman for overnight stay.

Day 2
Amman/Aqaba/Wadi Rum/Petra (B)

Spend the morning relaxing and enjoying the Red Sea.

By midday, transfer to Wadi Rum, also known as the “Valley of the Moon”, a magnificent lunar landscape of pink sands and black mountains.

Thereafter transfer to Petra for overnight stay.

Day 3
Petra (B)

This morning take a tour of Petra and visit the “Siq”, a long winding fissure between two walls of overhanging cliffs, the famous Treasury, the Street of Facades, the Court House and the Amphitheater.

Overnight in Petra.

Day 4
Petra/Kerak/Madaba/Mount Nebo/Amman (B)

After breakfast leave Petra and travel north to Amman. On the way visit the crusader’s Castle of Kerak. Continue to Madaba to visit St George’s Cathedral and the mosaic map of Jerusalem and then to Mount Nebo, the burial place of Moses which is perched on a cliff overlooking the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea.

Overnight in Amman.

Day 5
Amman/Jerash/Damascus (B)

Enjoy a morning city tour of Amman, thereafter travel north to Damascus. Enroute visit Jerash, one of the best-preserved Roman cities. Continue north to cross the border to Syria and transfer to your hotel in Damascus.

Overnight in Damascus.

Day 6
Damascus (B)

Today you will have a full day visit of Damascus which includes the National Museum, Umayyad Mosque, Azem Palace, Via Recta, Anania’s House, Bab Charki and St Paul’s Window.

Overnight in Damascus.

Day 7
Damascus/Palmyra (B)

Leave Damascus to visit the ancient site of Palmyra which includes the museum, Temples of Bel, Baal Shamin and Nebo, the Roman Bath, the Tetrapyle, Diocletian’s Camp and the Tomb’s Valley.

Overnight in Palmyra.

Day 8
Palmyra/Aleppo (B)

This morning travel north to visit the famous Crusader’s castle Crac-des-Chevaliers, continuing north to Hama with its Norias and then arrive in Aleppo.

Overnight in Aleppo.

Day 9
Aleppo (B)

Enjoy a full day Visit to Aleppo city visiting the museum, Grand Mosque, the old Bazaar, Citadel and some caravanserai. In the afternoon transfer to visit St Simeon Byzantine cathedral which is considered the largest in the Byzantine Empire.

Overnight in Aleppo.

Day 10
Aleppo/Damascus (B)

Travel south to visit Serjilla, one of the 500 Dead Cities that were built during the 4th and 7th century and disappeared around the 9th century for unknown reasons. Continue with a visit to Apamea, the antique 1000-columns Hellenistic City. Proceed to the village of Maaloula, where the people still speak Aramaic, and visit St Sergius chapel.

Overnight in Damascus.

Day 11
Damascus/Beirut (B)

Drive to Beirut by air-conditioned Car/Van.

Overnight in Beirut.

Day 12
Beirut (B)

This morning visit Harissa for a breathtaking view of Jounieh and Beirut. Depart for Byblos to explore the fascinating Phoenician, Roman, Greek and Crusader archaeological ruins and wander around Byblo’s historic harbor. Continue to Tripoli in the north of Lebanon to see the old harbor and St Giles Castle.

Overnight in Beirut.

Day 13
Beirut (B)

Today travel to the northern Bekaa Valley to visit Baalbek, the ‘Sun City’ of the ancient world, also considered the most important Roman site in the Middle East. The temples of Bacchus, Venus and Jupiter were built on an extravagant scale on the site of earlier temples. The site, originally Phoenician, was dedicated to the god Baal. Visit Beiteddine Palace, an 18th century Arabian retreat, with graceful arcades, ornate ceilings and rich marble mosaics.

Overnight in Beirut.

Day 14
Beirut (B)

Today discovers Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, once called the Bride of the Middle East. Visit the Corniche and Pigeon Rocks at the westernmost tip, which stand like sentinels off the coast. Continue to Jeita Grotto, a stunning series of caves having stalactites and stalagmites in profusion, Beirut Archaeological Museum and Martyrs Square.

Overnight in Beirut.

Day 15
Beirut/Damascus/Departure (B)

After breakfast at the Hotel transfer to Damascus Airport for departure.

Land cost per person on twin sharing basis.
Please call us for a customized quote.

Travel Protection is offered by us and is an additional cost.