Jerusalem and Petra excursion from Sharm el Sheikh

Jerusalem and Petra excursion from Sharm el Sheikh Itinerary

Time Activity
02:30 am Pick up from your Sharm el Sheikh hotel.
03:00 am Transfer to Taba border.
06:00 am Passing the border.
07:00 am Drive to Jerusalem.
08:00 am Stop at the Dead sea for swimming.
09:00 am Arriving Jerusalem.
09:30 am Mount of Olives visit.
11:00 am Wailing Wall visit.
12:00 pm Visit to Via Dolorosa.
14:00 pm Lunch in the city.
16:00 pm New city exploration.
18:00 pm Transfer to Jordan border.
19:00 pm Passing the border.
20:00 pm Transfer to the hotel and overnight.
07:00 am In the morning transfer to Petra city.
09:00 am Petra city visit.
12:30 pm Transfer to the restaurant for lunch.
13:00 pm Lunch time.
14:00 pm Transfer to Aqaba.
16:30 pm Shopping time.
19:00 pm Ferry back to Sharm el Sheikh.
20:00 pm Transfer to your hotel.
  • Pick up & drop off
  • Transfer by air conditioned van or bus
  • English speaking tour leader in Egypt and Israel
  • Professional English speaking tour guide during sightseeing visit in Jerusalem & Petra
  • Entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • Lunch open buffet in a local restaurant for 2 days
  • Border taxes & Jordanian visa
  • Ferry tickets
  • One night in 4* stars hotel in Jordan (dbl accommodation) on BB
  • Tipping
  • Soft drinks & water in the restaurant
  • Any extras not mentioned in the program
  • Passport
  • Breakfast box from your hotel reception
  • Water and snacks
  • Towel and swimming gear
  • Extra cash
  • Pen to fill in migration cards
£ 320 available

Jerusalem and Petra excursion from Sharm el Sheikh

Rated 5.0 based on 1 reviews

Overnight tour to sacred cities


Israel trip is a long day out, 32 hours altogether but well worth it. You will have to queue to go into Israel but if you're patient and you would like to have a fantastic one-off experience (especially the dip in the dead sea) I would recommend this trip. You get picked up from your hotel and taken to a pick up point, followed by being picked up by coach to take you to the Taba border, you walk through the border yourself where on the other side someone else meets you and puts you on English speaking coaches etc... We were on a coach with mixed languages and I worried a little, however; just before you go into Jerusalem the coach picks up the guides to take different groups, depending on languages. Our guide knew lots of information and he took us to see lots of sights. I loved this experience and being tired didn't stop me from being overwhelmed. I would suggest taking toilet paper and hand wash as the services which you stop at, are not exactly the most hygienic.