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2-Day Petra and Jordan Tour from Jerusalem

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2-Day Petra and Jordan Tour from Jerusalem

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Visit Petra, one of the New7Wonders of the World, plus other places of interest in Jordan on this 2-day guided tour from Jerusalem. Marvel at the achievement of an impressive civilization, the Nabataean Arabs, and their city carved into mountains. Also, visit the Roman ruins of Jerash and take a driving tour of Jordan’s capital of Amman on this exciting adventure. This tour includes overnight accommodation at the Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp plus meals.
  • 2-day tour of Petra and Jordan's highlights from Jerusalem with an expert guide
  • Enjoy ample time to explore 2,000-year old Petra, one of the New7Wonders of the World
  • Witness top Petra sights including the Siq, Treasury (Al-Khazneh), Royal Tombs, theater and more
  • Stay overnight in a Bedouin camp and enjoy a typical Bedouin campfire dinner
  • Visit the Roman ruins of Jerash and take a driving tour of Amman
  • Comfortable round-trip transport and all meals included
  • Border fee (including taxes and visa) at your own expense
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Professional guide
Round-trip transport by air-conditioned minivan
Stay in a hut in a Bedouin camp shared by two travelers in real beds with sheets and a towel.
Downloadable smartphone and tablet app
Lunch (2)
Total of 101$ border taxes. 86$ (incl. 31$ Israeli and 56$ Jordanian tax, payable in US Dollars, Euros or Jordanian Dinar) will be paid on the first day, 14$ will be paid on the second day for the Jordanian exit fee (payable only in 10 Jordanian Dinar cash)
Travel insurance
Tips (Similar to restaurants in the US and Europe, tipping is part of the culture and economy in the Middle East)

Departure Point

Ha-Nevi'im St 67, Jerusalem, 9470211, Israel

Meet inside the Abraham Hostel Jerusalem, in the lobby floor.

Departure Time

7:00 AM

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
This 2-day guided tour from Jerusalem to Petra travels across the Israeli border into Jordan, an Arab nation on the east bank of the Jordan River defined by ancient monuments, nature reserves, and seaside resorts. Visit some of their archaeological treasures, namely Petra, one of the New7Wonders of the World, and the Roman ruins of Jerash as well as a driving tour of Amman, the capital of Jordan.

This tour includes overnight accommodation at the Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp plus meals. Also included is an informative mobile app packed with insights and details about the locations on this tour, including maps and photos.
Abraham Hostel Jerusalem אברהם הוסטל ירושלים
Meet at the Abraham Hostel Jerusalem Lobby
Jordan River
Cross the border next to Beit She'an just south of the Sea of Galilee and meet your Jordanian guide on the other side. *This will be a good opportunity to exchange cash to JOD for a fair rate!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Not Included
Jerash Ruins
Go on a journey through time in one of the world’s best preserved Roman towns, strolling its perfectly designed theaters, colonnaded streets and vast squares.
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
Amman Citadel
Driving tour of Amman. Visit to Citadel if time allows.
Arrive in our accommodation for the night, a Bedouin camp near Petra. This is where you’ll enjoy a typical Bedouin dinner at the campfire and sleep overnight in a comfortable traditional tent shared by two travelers each with real beds, sheets and a towel.
 Overnight at a Bedouin camp just outside Petra in 2-bed huts with real beds, sheets and towels.
 Lunch  Dinner  
You’ll board your minivan again just after breakfast, and drive to ancient Petra. One of the new seven world wonders, Petra is the “rose-red city half as old as time” carved into the sandstone by the Nabataeans some 2.000 years ago.
Duration: 6 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
Allenby Bridge
We'll cross through the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge crossing back to Tel Aviv.
Abraham Hostel Jerusalem אברהם הוסטל ירושלים
Drop off in Jerusalem - at approximately 21:00
Admission Ticket Free
  Not Included
 Breakfast  Lunch  
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • What to bring:
  • Valid passport
  • Money for border crossing and exit fee
  • Warm clothes for night
  • For most Western countries, no pre-arranged visa is required for this tour (it will be issued at the border crossing). However, residents of some countries need to apply in advance, please make sure you know about your country's visa restrictions. Also please ensure for your re-entry to Israel that you're eligible for a visa on arrival, or already have a multiple entry visa in advance.
  • For Israeli Citizens: Due to restrictions please note that this tour is not available to sole Israeli passport holders. If you have an additional foreign passport, please get in touch with us prior to the tour for special border crossing instructions.
  • If you're traveling alone, it is likely you will need to share a room with a person of the same gender (depending on the group size). Private tents are available for an addition of 150 ILS per night which will be paid to the guide on the day of the tour.
  • Please note that some sites may be closed or visiting times shortened during Muslim Holidays (especially Ramadan)
  • Kindly be aware that certain religious objects and clothes can cause issues at the border crossing. If you wish to bring such items, please consult with us in advance.
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 34 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Abraham Tours
You can cancel up to 7 days in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 7 full days before the experience’s start time.
  • Any changes made less than 6 full days before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • For a 50% refund, you must cancel 3–6 full days before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 2 full days before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 2 full days before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

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  • "Over all it is a must when in this part of world." See review
  • "Yes - the communal showers and bathrooms aren't ideal but we were hardly bothered for the one night." See review


166 Reviews
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Petra Highlight
, Mar 2020
Our Jordan guide, Yazan, was outstanding in every way: friendly, patient, knowledgeable, and passionate. You could not ask for a better guide. I would rate him 10 stars if it were possible. Petra is a no miss tour. It is awesome. Yes there are some hours on the road, but with our group and guide, no problem.
Amazing site
, Oct 2019
It was hard work getting there from Jerusalem (long, long journey on the coaches). The Jordanian coach itself, though quite new, was really struggling at times. And the "luxury" Bedouin camp gave rather a new meaning to that word (though it was magical in other ways, sitting round a camp fire drinking tea under a full moon). So why five stars? Two simple reasons. First, the Petra site itself is truly one of the wonders of the world, and is breathtaking in terms both of its natural attributes and of the manmade carvings, etc. The scale is vast, and the whole thing is an unforgettable experience. Second, our guide Mahdi was just wonderful. He is the ultimate professional tour guide - very well informed, good sense of humour, calm, patient, excellent grasp of English, and just a really nice person. He transformed what could have been a very tedious coach journey into an experience that we would not have missed for anything. He seemed to know everybody wherever we went, he treated everyone with the greatest respect, and it was obvious that he was respected in his turn by all those who knew him. Altogether a lovely human being as well as an excellent guide. So a big thank you from your three travellers from the UK!
Fantastic Petra
, Aug 2019
Petra is fantastic archeological and historical site in Jordan. Our guide Mehdi is excellent and knowledgable, very kind and he made us discover Petra and Jerrash also in very close and comfortable way. Mehdi is like encyclopedia! Amazing and very passionate in his work It was too hot, but August is the only time of the year we could visit. So- we managed. Bedouin camp is great and we enjoyed new experience to sleep in tents. Service 5* for Bedouin camp. Over all it is a must when in this part of world. Tip: Petra is much bigger than we expected. Riding a donkey to get to Monastery saved us a lot of time and efforts.
Petra 05/2019
, Aug 2019
Mahdi (our tour guide) is an excellent guide & very nice person. We couldn't imagined how he handled this tour very well & the fact that he hasn't eat or drink anything due to Ramadan. He took care of us from the beginning till the end of the tour. I would definitely recommend this tour, you really need atleast 2 days in Petra including staying overnight in the camp. Camp was clean & the camp manager Ahtep makes sure that there's food on the table. Overall it was a great trip to Jerash, Amman & Petra, Jordan!
, Aug 2019
I was in Israel for 9 days on a Christian tour and decided to stay longer to do this tour, and it was well worth it! First of all, I was in the "neighborhood", so decided I had to extend my trip. It was a long trip but I had a great time. The coach was comfortable and relaxing, everyone slept most of the ride. The Bedouin Camp was UNREAL! Wish we had MORE time to just hang out, but it was super comfortable and the bathroom facilities were modern and pleasant (clean, accessible). It was really exciting to do that! Then PETRA of course was spectacular, and the guide, Sammy, was nice, organized and made us feel safe. I went as a single female, and always felt safe. The border control is a bit scary, but just keep it cool. It all turned out right. I'm very happy I extended my Israel stay and recommend this trip!!
icon Response from Host , Sep 2019
Hi, Thank you for writing to us and sharing your experience. It is very pleasant to hear back from our costumers. Petra is indeed a magical place and the Bedouin camp definitely enriches the whole trip. Kind regards, Brenda
Great work trip to Petra
, Jul 2019
We took the 2 days tour of Jordan and we were able to see and learn so much! Jerash and Petra were breathtaking! Amazing history and sooo much to see. The stay at Bedouin camp was fun and food was good. Kamal ( guide) was very helpful, knowledgeable, and open to any request. Boarder was "interesting"... Going to Jordan took about 1 hr for both Israeli and Jordan customs. IMPORTANT !! get Jordanian dinars before the boarder, we didn't prepare well enough and paid about 20% premiums for exchange . YOU NEED 50 DINARS PER PERSON. 40 for entrance fee and 10 to exit. Also, ensure you have dinars for drinks and tips... Everything else is taken care of. Things are not cheap in Jordan. Going back into Israel. The fun part. The tour group gives you paper instructions on how to get back if you get detained.... This seems to be quite common. We didn't think so until 3 of 12 were grilled by the Israeli guards and 1 guy was questioned for 1and half hours. Luckily everyone in our group were not in a rush and we waited for him at the boarder. Even with that, Jordan was amazing and wish we had more time!!!!
Worth it to see Petra - but improvements need to be made
, May 2019
This tour can be divided into two parts - the border crossing and the actual tour of Jordan and Petra. The Jordanian part was fantastic. Our guide Abdullah was one of the best guides I've ever had. He is so knowledgeable, patient, and kind. He truly did a fantastic job explaining both Jerash and Petra. The Bedouin camp was perfect. All the cool things about "camping" without the hassle. Yes - the communal showers and bathrooms aren't ideal but we were hardly bothered for the one night. The food at the camp and both meal stops were excellent. You do spend a long time in the bus traveling around, but we had adequate rest stops. Now, dealing with the tour desk folks from Abraham Hostel was a nightmare. We were all on time for the departure and signed in with guy in charge. However, when we got in the bus, they did not have enough seats for everyone. The guy was very condescending towards us - counting us multiple times and acting as if someone sneaked on the bus though we all signed in on his paper before getting on. 19 people signed in and the bus sat 16 so some people had to take a taxi. We were already delayed and when we left - all of a sudden the bus driver was called and made to turn around and go back so we could be recounted again! Not only that, but the guy confused EVERYONE with his description of the border crossing procedure and fees. The email/website says one thing but he contradicted the information. When folks complained about the info he was condescending towards them. This big delay set us back at the border crossing which was very, very slow and painful in the heat. The crossing back to Israel was a little bit smoother, but still stressful as the tour bus will leave without you if you are held back for any reason. Overall, it was still worth the border hassle to experience Jordan and Petra. I do believe you need a tour group and good guide to be able to see it and luckily Abdullah made the tour worth it despite everything. The Abraham Hostel/Tour folks need to clean up their procedures, information, and customer service for this to be a 5 star tour.
Great experience!
, Mar 2019
We really loved the place, it's fantastic! Really worth the money. Special thanks to Mehdi for taking such good care of us, explaining everything with details, giving us snacks, etc You can't miss this trip!!
1 traveler found this review helpful
Incredible experience!
robert e
, Jan 2019
Amazing small group tour! The tour guide and bus driver took great care of all of us. The included meals were excellent. The people of Jordan we encountered were friendly and we felt very safe on the tour.
Somewhat Lacking!!
, Sep 2018
The guide on this tour was not as knowledgeable as I would have expected for a Viator product. The tour company was great and even called us when a last minute reschedule had to happen due to a last min Muslim holiday that affected our tour. Luckily we were able to reschedule. The border crossings were confusing and the guide was not forthcoming with expectations or instructions. Thank God the destination was worth all the hassles to get there. I would recommend the Bedouin camp. Make sure to bring a flashlight for when the lights go out. Trek to the bathroom could be dangerous..

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