Experience the Middle East and North Africa with our range of group tours, private journeys and tailor-made holidays to Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Israel.
From the legendary Pyramids of Giza and treasures of Tutankhamen to the spectacular rose city of Petra and the holy city of Jerusalem, experience the magic of a holiday to the Middle East and Morocco. Sail the Nile river in Egypt, trek the rugged Atlas Mountains in Morocco, float in the Dead Sea shared by Jordan and Israel or dive in the Red Sea. Camel trek across the dunes of the Sahara or hot air balloon over ancient Luxor. Visit captivating cities and revered miracle sites, kasbahs, Crusader castles and Roman ruins.Read More
Travelling with us you'll truly immerse in the local cultures - try tasty falafels from Cairo's most famous sandwich maker, take a dip in Cleopatra's spring, learn to cook traditional Jordanian food, camp out under the desert stars Wadi Rum, walk the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, barter in the souks of Djemma el Fna and spend a night with local Berbers in the vast Sahara Desert.
Top Middle East Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From GBP||Deal||Map|
|Xmas in Petra - 8 Days||Amman, Jordan||22 Dec 2017||£573||was £1,145 2-for-1|||
|Road to Jordan - 15 days||Cairo, Egypt||16 Dec 2017||£1,220||was £1,525 20% off|||
|Festive Road to Jordan - 15 days||Cairo, Egypt||16 Dec 2017||£1,220||was £1,525 20% off|||
|Egypt Unplugged - 10 days||Cairo, Egypt||24 Dec 2017||£692||was £865 20% off|||
|Festive Pharaohs Adventure - 6 days||Cairo, Egypt||26 Dec 2017||£636||was £795 20% off|||
Middle East Group Tours
Discover the very best of Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Morocco on our guided group tours. With unique travel experiences, there’s lots of real local interaction and you’ll stay at 3-5 star hotels along the way.
Middle East XMAS and New Year Tours
Explore ancient Egypt, the Kingdom of Jordan or the magical land of Morocco this Christmas and New Year. We've planned a number of special tours to the Middle East and Morocco during the festive season, where you'll get to celebrate Christmas or ring in the New Year in a unique location. Combining lots of interesting sites and fun local experiences, some tours also visit the Red Sea and Atlantic coast, so you'll get the best of beach and culture - and guaranteed sunshine too - on our festive tours to the Middle East & Morocco.
Middle East Family Holidays
Take the family on a unique adventure in the Middle East. Step back into the fascinating history of ancient Egypt and explore the bustling souks of Morocco with plenty of fun experiences to keep all the family entertained, from felucca sailing on the Nile to desert camping in the Sahara. All the while you'll be escorted by an experienced local guide and will spend the night in comfortable 3-5* accommodation. Our family holidays in Egypt and Morocco cater for parents with children as young as five years old whilst our two with teens trips in Egypt are perfect for parents travelling with teenagers.
Middle East Trekking Holidays
Discover the beautiful and diverse landscapes of Morocco and Jordan on a trekking holiday. Travelling in a small group and escorted by a local guide, you'll trek for up to 6 hours a day and spend several nights camping under a spectacular blanket of stars. From the summit of Mt Toubkal to the vast dunes of the Sahara and the remarkable rose-red city of Petra, get off the beaten track on these unique active adventures and enjoy plenty of local interaction along the way.
Middle East Private Tours
Join us in the Middle East and Morocco on one of our private tours. We've got some itineraries that are bound to get your travel bug biting - from longer multi-country holidays which combine Egypt & Jordan to long weekend and week long breaks. Beyond the main draw cards of the regions, explore the imperial cities of Rabat and Fes and the Roman ruins of Volubilis in northern Morocco or consider mountain biking in the Atlas Mountains. In Egypt, travel to Siwa in the Western Desert, simply packed with archaeological gems. And in Jordan, camp out in Wadi Rum during the month of August to witness the Perseids Meteor shower.
The Middle East and Morocco offer a host of ancient treasures and natural wonders. Some of our favourites are the age-old pyramids of Giza, Temples of Abu Simbel, the lost city of Petra, the rose-red expanse of the Wadi Rum desert in Jordan, the holy sites of Israel and the rolling dunes of the Sahara in Morocco. And there's plenty more too. To help you start planning that dream holiday, we have picked out some of our recommended hotels and also suggested a number of itineraries in Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Morocco. Combining Egypt, Jordan or Israel in one holiday is a fairly popular choice too given the proximity of these countries to one another.
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Middle East tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.83 out of 5 based on 410 recent reviews — See All Middle East Reviews
The tour was great specially with our tour guide aalam was fantastic i hope to travel soon with you in anther tour”
Egypt: Safe & Awe-Inspiring! This tour was a highlight among many years and many countries travelled. Our guide, Momo, brought the tour to another level with his historical knowledge, guiding expertise and fantastic personality! Right from the beginning, Momo worked skillfully to bond our group of 14 people together, as he was acutely aware that the social dynamics of a group can make such a difference in the experience of the travellers. In fact, 1-month post-tour, we are all still in contact with each other and Momo, on a regular basis. On more occasions than I can count, Momo far exceeded his responsibilities as a tour guide to help us, educate us and even entertain us, long after the tour day was over. Momo gave us many wonderful opportunities to experience the authentic culture of the Egyptian people, in a way that my husband and I simply could not have done on our own. The ancient historical sites are incredibly awe-inspiring. Don't miss out on Abu-Simbel, which is an add-on and make sure to pay the extra fee to access the tombs at Valley of the Kings - these were the best highlights of the trip! We also paid extra to access the mummy rooms at the museum in Cairo, which was definitely worth the money. Also, we ended our tour by going to the Red Sea for a few days, which was stunning. FYI: markets are hard to navigate on your own and often don't feel worth the hassle - and I'm an avid market seeker. Dress for Women: in Cairo, cover your shoulders and legs to avoid unwanted attention (long dresses or pants). Outside of Cairo, it is fine to wear capris or medium - long shorts. I would avoid sleeveless tops or tight clothing. At the Red Sea, anything goes. Finally and most importantly, Egypt is SAFE. Media paints a very different picture of the safety and stability of the country and the people themselves. Many people gave us concerned looks and comments when we booked a trip to Egypt and we weren't entirely sure what to expect either. At no point did we ever feel unsafe, even when we left the tour and were on our own. Unfortunately, Egypt's economy has suffered greatly, due to this misinformation. Overall, I would recommend Egypt, Momo and On The Go Tours to anyone!
Happy Travels! ”
The best holiday I've ever had! Everything made interesting and I felt like everything was organised so well, it was seamless. We spent just the right amount of time at each location, and Ogla was a brilliant guide. I has a brilliant time, and would totally recommend anyone to visit Jordan and use On The Go!”
Middle East Video
There's more to the Middle East than awesome archaeological sites and ancient history - outdoor adventurers will find plenty to entice them from the therapeutic waters of the Dead Sea in Jordan to the undulating desert sands of the Sahara in Morocco and the appealing beaches of Egypt's Red Sea and Israel's cosmopolitan city of Tel Aviv on the coast. Find your own outside fun in the Middle East this year.
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