Petra One Day Tour

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Petra One Day Tour

A day tour to Petra-Jordan
All year long in English
Tuesdays & Fridays in Hebrew
Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays –in Russian
A daily tour to Petra, the ancient, hidden and mysterious Nabataens city,
The" treasure of Jordan" one of the seven wonders.
Petra is located 2 hours from Aqaba.
The gorgeous city carved in to the red rock,
Petra was the center of the Nabataens legacy & culture.
We start our tour at 7:00 am –we will pick you up from your hotel, help you with the border procedures.
After the Jordanian border we will go to pay this wonderful place a visit.
We will walk around 3 hours in Petra accompanied by our local guide, with full explanations
About the history, geography, and about the Nabataens way of life, their idols and all the wonderful
Magical stories about the city surrounded by the hills of rust colored sandstone. All the temples, tombs
Viewing and Learning about the Nabataea's special and unique art of carving in the sand stone.
After the tour we will continue to one of the restaurant for lunch.
After lunch we will come back towards the border via Aqaba.
Time of arrival: 7:00 pm.
The price includes:
-Transfer from and to the hotels in Eilat.
-a guide (English)
-Entrance to Petra.
Horseback riding. (5 minutes).

Price does not include:
- Border taxes
- Tips for guide and driver
- Personal expenses
- Beverage
- The price is for 1 person

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