Chrismar Travel

Cario + Jordan Gateway


Upon arrival to Cairo International Airport, you will be met by Chrismar Travel representative in Egypt and transferred to your hotel overnight. 

Breakfast at the hotel, afterwards your private Egyptologist tour guide and driver will pick you up to start your tour. 

Pyramids: Drive to Giza and visit the Great Pyramid, a royal burial chamber and the Sphinx. 

Memphis: Continue to Memphis, capital of the pharaohs during the Old Kingdom. Visit the recumbent statue of Ramses II and the 80-ton alabaster sphinx. Lunch at local restaurant.

Sakkara: see the prototype of the Pyramids, the Step Pyramid, built for the 3rd Dynasty pharaoh Djoser by the exalted architect Imhotep. 

Visit a Papyrus Institute on your way back

Return to Cairo and overnight at the hotel.

Breakfast at the hotel. 

Egyptian Museum: Visit the museum which houses a magnificent collection of Pharaonic antiquities, especially the golden treasures of Tut Ankh Amun. 

Old Cairo: proceed to visit the Citadel of Salah El Din, Mohammed Ali Mosque situated high above the city. Continue to visit the Church of Abu Serga, Moallaqa Church (Hanging Church) and Ben Ezra Synagogue, the oldest Jewish synagogue in Egypt. Lunch at a local restaurant.

Khan El Khalili: For those who wish to browse and shop, your tour will stop at the Khan El Khalili Bazaar displaying and selling all types of oriental goods.

Drive back to your hotel for overnight stay

Breakfast at the hotel. 

A representative will meet you at your hotel and you will be transferred to Cairo International Airport for your departure flight to Jordan. 

Upon arrival, a meet and assist will be arranged for you at Queen Alia International Airport by airport staff.  

Transfer to Amman hotel for rest and overnight in Amman Hotel

Breakfast in Amman Hotel

Madaba (St. George Church & Mosaic Map) - The mosaic-filled city of Madaba is just 30 minutes south of Amman on the Kings Highway. The major highlight is the Greek Orthodox Basilica of St. George or the Church of the Map that portrays the old Holly Land with 2 Million pieces of mosaic, a huge well -preserved work of art comprises a map of the entire region of Jordan and Palestine in the north, to Egypt in the south.

Mount Nebo - Moses Mountain, situated 10 kilometers west of Madaba, overlooking the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, West Bank and Jerusalem, where believed the alleged sites of the tomb of Moses. The major highlight is the Byzantine Church built by the 4th century to memorial Prophet Moses death, and the spot where Moses view the “Land of Canaan” the Holy Land that he would not enter

Baptism Site (Bethany Beyond The Jordan) - The Baptism Site at the Jordanian East side of Jordan River has been authenticated by all major Christian Church leaders as one of the three holiest sites of Christianity, along with Bethlehem and Jerusalem. It is the place where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist, and where John lived for about 20 years. He resided in a cave on Elijah’s Hill. The site and the surrounding area has been a place where many Prophets have passed through. The Baptism Site was a Pilgrimage Station on the early Pilgrimage Trail. It is an historical site; persevered just as it was over 2,000 years go.

Overnight in Petra Hotel

Breakfast in Petra Hotel

Petra visit - Known as the ‘Pink-Rose City’ or the “Lost City” is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. a breathtaking walking tour today through the ruins of ancient Petra – the city that the Nabateans carved out of solid rock dating back to 300 BC! special moments to walk through a passage the Siq, which dramatically opens up to reveal the Treasury Building (Al-Khazneh). We will see also the Roman Theatre, Corinthian tomb, Palace of Pharos’s Daughter, the Carved Roman Theater and the Royal Courts, along with one of the oldest Cathedral of the Bishop high-chair.

Little Petra - also known as "Siq al-Barid" (Cold Canyon), 9km north of Petra visitors’ center, established and carved in the rock in the 01st century AD for cultic purposes and to be as a rest-place for the caravans of the traders’ road in which was not allowed to enter the "Holy City" of Petra! An open plaza, a Hostel carved in the rock, carved Temple and a cave house.

Overnight in Wadi Rum camp

Breakfast in Wadi Rum Camp

Wadi Rum Visit - A moonscape of ancient valleys and towering weathered sandstone mountains rise out of the pink and white coloured sand. It was the place where the famous British Army Officer T.E. Lawrence, and Hollywood Producers are particularly drawn to it for science fiction films set on Mars like the famous Movie Martian (movie –set in Wadi Rum in 2015). You will visit the different aspects of the desert like the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, Thamudic Inscriptions, Canyon, Sand Dunes. Extra activities can be done at extra cost and not included in the prices like Camel ride, Ballooning, Star gazing Experience, ATVs (18+ years only) along with the camping under Desert Camps (Like in Mars!)

Aqaba Panoramic Tour (Outside Castle) - The solo Port of Jordan at the northern tip of Red Sea, located on far south of Jordan, Aqaba dating back 5500 years. You can back in history to visit the Fortress which is now a museum (The museum is closed now and only outside castle can be visited) and Al Sheriff Hussein House and Mosque. Aqaba also Very famous with its crystal clear water at sandy beaches, and coral reefs.

Overnight in Dead Sea Hotel

Breakfast in Dead Sea Hotel

Dead Sea Panoramic Complex Lookout - Walk among cacti to this lookout, high above the Dead Sea, and then watch raptors wheel in the wadis below, and you will have to pinch yourself to think that you are standing at sea level. This museum and restaurant complex offers breathtaking views, especially on a crisp day in winter when the Judaea Mountains across the water seem as if they are just an arm’s stretch away.

Main Hot Springs - Hammamat Ma’in (Ma’in Hot Springs). Popular with both locals and tourists alike, the springs are located 264m below sea level in one of the most breathtaking desert oases in the world. Major hihjlights: the mineral-rich waters of the hyper-thermal waterfalls, these falls originate from winter rainfalls in the highland plains of Jordan and eventually feed the 109 hot and cold springs in the valley. This water is heated to temperatures of up to 63° Celsius by underground lava fissures as it makes its way through the valley before emptying into the Zarqa River.

Overnight in Amman Hotel

Breakfast in Amman Hotel

Jerash - “Pompeii of the East”, Gerasa one of the Decapolis “the Famous 10 Greco-Roman Cities” Located 45 KM north to Amman, Jerash is the best preserved example of Roman Civilization in Jordan. The Major highlights:  Arc de Triumph or Hadrian’s Arch, The Hippodrome, the oval square, the colonnaded street, the temple of Aphrodite, Temples of Artemis and Zeus and the Roman theater, The Nymphaeum, 14 Churches from early Christian-Byzantine era, some Umayyad and Mamluks settlements.

Ajloun Castle - In AD 1184-85 the nephew of Salah-el-Din al Ayyubi (Saladin) built a fortress on the summit of Jabal Bani 'Awaf, on the site of what is now Qalaat-al-Rabad. Its dominating position allowed an extra ordinarily wide vantage over the surrounding lands, affording protection against the Crusader forces, permitting Saladin to concentrate on the iron mines at Ajlun without hindrance. Its view is one of the best in the Middle East. High above sea level it looks down on the Dead Sea. The bulk of the castle is in good condition, and most of the high-vaulted ceilings are still intact.

Overnight in Amman Hotel  

Breakfast in Amman Hotel

Amman City Tour - is the capital of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan which was founded 7000 years ago, the Human civilized occupation continued through the Greco-Roman era over Seven Mountains reaching nowadays over more than 20 mountains. The Major highlights of the City: Amman Citadel: where you can visit Amman Archaeological Museum, Hercules Temple, Byzantine Church & the Ummayad Palace. The Roman Amphitheater is in the down town next to the Folklore Museum.

Desert Castles (Azraq, Kharaneh & Amra) - The Ummayad Hunt-castles of the early Islamic era, built mostly in the Seventh century as Caliphs needed an escape from pressures of economic and political city-concerns. Built a string of palaces, hunting lodges, baths, meeting places, caravanserais and fortresses, in what were then the farthest corners of the desert. Known collectively as the Desert Castles or Desert Palaces (Qasr in Arabic), the constructions demonstrate the best of early Islamic Architectural ingenuity.

Overnight in Amman Hotel

Breakfast in Amman Hotel

Transfer from Amman hotel to Amman airport for departure 

Meet and assist at Queen Alia International Airport by airport staff. Transfer to your next destination.

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