Small Group Tour
13 Day Jordan & Israel
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13 Day Jordan & Israel

✓ Small group - 16 people max
✓ Return international airfares with a full-service airline
✓ Return airport transfers
✓ 11 nights 4 to 5-star accommodation throughout
✓ Experience an overnight stay in a private tent in the Wadi Rum desert, gazing at the stars
✓ Stay 2 nights at the iconic American Colony Jerusalem
✓ Daily breakfast, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
✓ Escorted English speaking guide throughout
✓ Incredible sightseeing as per the itinerary
✓ Dedicated private transportation throughout
✓ 24/7 customer service and your own Dedicated Support Agent

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