Experience Jordan's breathtaking sights and rich culture with like-minded travellers. Our established group tours, escorted by a Jordanian tour guide, offer carefully planned itineraries which are ideal for an enjoyable and cultural visit to Jordan. See the highlights of Jordan and take a spiritual tour of Jerusalem and the Holy Lands.
Escape to the sun and enjoy Christmas or New Years in Jordan! on the go offer a range of special Christmas and New Year tour departures, perfect for escaping the festive madness here at home! Imagine floating in the Dead Sea, exploring crusader castles, delving into the mysterious city of Petra and so much more, so for a New Years or Christmas with a difference, take a look at our tantalising tours!
Got something special in mind for Jordan, Syria or Jerusalem? Then look no further - our expert team of holiday planners specialise in designing holidays which are tailored specifically to your needs. Tell us what you've got in mind and the standard of accommodation you require and we'll do the rest.
If group tours are not for you, or you prefer to travel at your own pace, our Private Journeys are ideal. There are wonderful and unusual itineraries in Jordan, but also in Syria and Jerusalem. Additionally we have some great city breaks which can be done alone or bolted onto the tour of your choice.
If you are travelling to Jordan and have a day or two to spare, join us for a day tour of some of the country’s most famous sights. Picked up from the doorstep of your hotel and guided by an English-speaking tour guide you’ll explore city sites and beyond, from the bustling cosmopolitan capital of Amman to the lost ancient city of Petra. Plus head to the Dead Sea for a day of rest and relaxation.
Extend your Arabian adventure with a 5 star respite at the Dead Sea, where you can float like a boat in the salt-laden sea and pamper yourself at the spa. Discover the delights of Syria's Damascus, the oldest continually inhabited city on Earth. Explore the spiritual sites of Jerusalem & the Holy Lands. Or cook up a storm in the Petra Kitchen.