Israel & Jordan
October 6 – 20, 2018
Discovering the Holy Land and exploring the lost city of Petra
and spiritual feelings emerge from this cradle of three dynamic religions
layered history is reflected in its diverse people and its varied architecture.
meaning ‘house of bread,’ has always harbored a melting pot of peoples and cultures
capital of the Nabataean Arabs and carved right out of the rock, is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world
Wadi Rum, often called the ‘Valley of the Moon,’ as it climbs straight out of the sandstone and red rock
in the calming, curing waters of the Dead Sea
abounds in an intimate setting as we visit and dine with the Bedouin people.
Scenery & Culture
immerse yourself in local culture and landscapes while retaining the comforts you desire.
Savour local specialities with a carefully prepared mix of familiar, and not so familiar.
more than just a place to lay your head, they enhance your experience with personality, local flavour, character and ultimate comfort.