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Journey Through Israel

Trip Length

Trip Code

7 days PGTI

Maximum Passengers

16 people

Countries Visited

Israel, Jordan

Start City

End City

Amman Tel Aviv
Journey Through Israel

Commencing at the airport gateway of Amman, then travelling overland through Israel to Tel Aviv, this short trip takes in all the history and stories from the Bible along the way. From fascinating Jerusalem to the Sea of Galilee, and across to the towns of the Mediterranean coast down to Tel Aviv, this itinerary unveils the layers of mystery from the history of the Holy Land.

Why we love it:

Journey Through Israel

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1: Amman

Accommodation: Grand Palace Hotel or similar


Day 2-3: Amman - Jerusalem

Meals included: 2 breakfasts, 1 dinner

Accommodation: Legacy Hotel or similar


Day 3: Jerusalem

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Legacy Hotel or similar


Day 4: Jerusalem

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Legacy Hotel or similar


Day 5: Jerusalem - Nazareth - Tiberias

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

Accommodation: Kibbutz Ein Gev or similar


Day 6: Tiberias - Tel Aviv

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Kibbutz Nof Ginosar or similar


Day 7: Tel Aviv


Your Trip

What's Included


Not Included

What to know


A basic level of fitness is required to be able to enjoy this trip to the fullest.


Vaccinations may be required for this trip. Please talk to your doctor about the up-to-date information for this region.  We're travel experts, not doctors and defer to the medicos when it comes to inoculations.

Visas and Permits

Please ensure that you have all required visas for your trip – this is your responsibility. Rules and regulations governing the issuance of visas are constantly changing, and vary for different nationalities and you should check visa requirements with your travel agent or relevant consular authority well before travel.


Americans, Australians, British, Canadians and New Zealanders are currently issued with a ‘tourist visa’ on arrival free of charge. All other nationalities should check with the Israeli Embassy or Consulate in their country for up-to-date visa information. It is important to be aware that many Arab and Islamic countries deny entry to any person that has evidence of a visit to Israel. Syria, Iran, Libya and several other countries are included in this list. If you are planning to visit any of these countries with the same passport you must request that your Israeli ‘tourist visa’ be stamped on a loose leaf ‘Form 17 L’ instead of in your passport. Likewise, if entering Israel through the land borders with Jordan please ask the Jordanian officials not to stamp an exit stamp in your passport. If you have evidence in your passport of visits to certain Islamic countries, Israeli border officials will scrutinize you regarding the purpose of your visit to Israel. They can sometimes appear difficult and the delay can be lengthy however patience and a friendly demeanor are advised.

Australians, New Zealanders, Americans, British and Canadians require a visa for Jordan. All other nationalities should check with the Jordanian Embassy or Consulate in their country for up-to-date visa information.

Visas are available on arrival at the airport in Amman for approximately JOD40 (appx US$58) this must be paid for in Jordanian dinar. As the process can sometimes be time consuming, you may wish to consider obtaining your visa prior to arrival.

If you are arriving in Jordan by ferry at the port of Aqaba it is possible to obtain a Jordanian visa on board, either as an individual or as a group. There is normally no charge for this visa.

Important For those continuing on to Israel after Jordan please ensure that you obtain an individual visa only. Do not enter Jordan on a group visa, as you will find entry to Israel at the Allenby Bridge border difficult. If you obtain your Jordanian visa on the ferry boat from Nuweiba keep your passport separate from your group and obtain the visa individually.


You are required to have travel insurance before heading off on a Peregrine trip. Insurance can be organised by your Peregrine representative or your travel agent.

Responsible Travel

Our Responsible Travel ethos is at the heart of everything we do, from getting the basics right like respecting local cultures and the environment, to initiating projects that make positive contributions to communities, to our staff’s fundraising efforts and offsetting our carbon emissions.
Please visit our Responsible Travel ( page for more information.

Customs and Culture

Our Pre Departure Information or Travel Dossier (provided upon booking a trip) provides tips on how you can show respect for the local customs and culture in the country you are travelling in. Your leader will also help steer you though the complexities of local cultural norms.

Pre Departure Information
The information listed above is a brief description of some things you may need to consider when booking a trip. Once a tour is booked you will be provided with a link to your Travel Dossier which will contain detailed Pre Departure information.

Further Reading


From Beirut to Jerulsalem – Thomas Friedman Lonely Planet’s ‘Israel & the Palestinian Territories’ Jerusalem: City of Mirrors – Amos Elon


Seven Pillars of Wisdom-TE Lawrence Desert Queen-Janet Wallach A Winter in Arabia-Freya Stark Leap of Faith-Queen Noor

Important Information



In the case of an on ground issue or problem, our local Israel based Office can be reached on: +972-54-761-3668

Summertime Schedules/Climate
As the days get warmer, temperatures can start to soar. From April to October, to avoid the midday heat, some days start very early (eg at 0500). Please be prepared for this: we try to make things as comfortable for you as possible. Your tour leader will keep you fully informed. Note also, that in the winter months (Oct-Mar) it can become quite cold in the desert at night. Please bring warm (thermal) clothing at this time.

About this Information

The information provided here is given in good faith and has been compiled with all reasonable care. However, things change and some of the information may become out of date. Please keep this in mind when you read it and check with us if you want to be sure about something. The document was correct at time of printing, but you can check online for the most up to date version.  If you have any queries, please contact your travel agent or our staff in Australia. We are here to help you!

Last Updated

30 September 2014

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