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Al Aqsa & Jordan 
TOUR DATES

Jordan tours can be organised with or without Al Aqsa to suit your need, contact us for details.
Itinerary for Masjid Al Aqsa & Jordan
PLEASE NOTE JORDAN CAN BE ADDED BEFORE OR AFTER MASJID AL AQSA TOUR

Day 1:

- Arrival at the hotel

- Welcome dinner and brief about the next day’s itinerary

Day 2:

- Fajr at Masjid Al-Aqsa

- A short tour of Al-Aqsa, explore the surrounding

- Breakfast at the hotel

- Guided tour of Aqsa and all the building in Al-Aqsa compound with a Scholar/Historian

- Before or after jummah/dhur salah at Al Aqsa

- Dinner after esha salah with a short talk

Day 3:

- Fajr at Masjid Al-Aqsa

- Big bus tour after breakfast

- Mount Mukabbir - Caliph Umar (ra) proclaimed Allah is great upon seeing masjid Al Aqsa for the 1st time

- Masjid Khalil - Tomb of Prophet Ibrahim (upon him be peace) and his family

- Maqam Yunus - Tomb of Prophet Yunus (upon him be peace)

- Jericho (if time allows)

- Maqam Musa - Tomb of Prophet Musa (upon him be peace)

- Mount Olives in Jerusalem - Ultimate view of Masjid Al Aqsa and the surrounding

- Salah at Al Aqsa if traffic allows followed by dinner and a recap of the day

 

Day 4:

- After fajr guided tour of Bab ul Rahma (Gate Of Mercy) & Muslim cemetery

- Breakfast at the hotel

- 2nd part of a guided walking tour.

- Masjid Umar - Caliph Umar (ra) performed salah after the conquest of Jerusalem

- Church of the Holy Sepulchre - This is the holiest place for Christians in Jerusalem 

- Khanqah of Salahuddin Ayyubi. The place where the famous Muslim general Salahuddin Ayyubi stayed when he wanted seclusion and carry out voluntary (nafl) worship

- Explore the Jewish/ Christian/ Muslim Quarters of the Old City

- Free time to explore Islamic museum in the Al Aqsa compound

- Salah at Al Aqsa followed by dinner


Optional extra excursions can be arranged for subgroups at their own expense.
This can be done on day 4.
- Bethlehem. Biblical birthplace of Prophet Isa (upon him be peace)- Church of the Nativity.
- Banksy's Wall and Hotel
- Dead sea 

Day 5:
- After Fajr brief summary of the entire trip
- Breakfast at the hotel
-We head out to the Allenby bridge to enter Jordan

You will find our representative holding a sign with your name, he will assist you with immigration & customs formalities, then we transfer to Hotel for overnight.

Day 6:
Amman Hotel - Kerak Castle - Battle of Mutah - Petra In the morning we drive southwards to Kerak, visit here the famous castle, and go on to the site of the Battle of Mutah in 629 AD. Here we find the tombs of the venerable companion Zaid bin Harithah, who led the army during the battle of Mutah and died, the tomb of Ja'far bin Abi Talib and Abdullah bin Ruwahah. Transfer to Petra. Dinner & overnight.

Day 7:
Petra - Visit of Petra - Amman After Breakfast, we will head out to visit the Red Rose City of Petra. This city is the treasure of the ancient world, hidden behind an almost impenetrable barrier of rugged mountains, boasting incomparable scenes that make it the most majestic and imposing ancient site still-standing nowadays. Petra is considered the most famous and gorgeous site in Jordan. After the visit, transfer to Amman for dinner & overnight.
 
Day 8:
Amman - Kahf Al Raqim - Blessed Tree - Amman After Breakfast, start the morning with a visit Just 10 kilometers outside of Amman near the village of Al Raqim is the Kahf Al Raqim (the Cave of the Seven Sleepers). This popular site is mentioned in the Holy Quran in a Sura named Al Kahf or The Cave. Continue near the town Safawi, in the area of Mafraq, east of Amman you can find The Blessed Tree. Here Prophet Muhammad(upon him be peace) met as a young boy Bahira, the Christian monk. The meeting happened in the shade of a tree when Muhammad (upon him be peace) was travelling with a caravan from Makkah to Damascus with his uncle Abu Talib. After the visit, transfer to Amman hotel for dinner & overnight.
 
Day 9:
Amman Islamic City Tour - Salt - Jordan Valley - Allenby Bridge of the Citadel in Amman with remains from the Roman to the Islamic period as well as the Archaeological Museum. We proceed in downtown, the oldest part of Amman to Al Husseini Mosque, built on remains of a mosque in 640 AD by caliph Umar bin Al Khattab. You have time to stroll through the Souq before we continue to the tomb of the venerable companion Abdul Rahman bin Awf Al Zuhri, one of the 'Blessed Ten'. Then transfer to your hotel to check-in. We end the day visiting Wadi Shuayb, near Salt, to the tomb of Prophet Shuayb. From here we head to the Jordan Valley, to the tomb of Abu Ubaida Amer bin Al-Jarrah, a relative of Prophet Mohammad, commander of the Northern Muslim Army, and one of the Blessed Ten. Afterward, you will head to the airport or the border with Palestine (Allenby Bridge).
Subject to change by the tour manager, please check the final itinerary for your travel dates.
Opportunities will arise to sample local customs and food along the journey.
Al Aqsa & Jordan 9 days
£1370HB
Price based on a minimum group of 9 adults
Excluding flights

Jordan 5 days
£845.00HB
 
Price based on minimum of 2 adults
Excluding flights
Some tours will start from Amman Airport

Israeli exit fee additional $50

Please note Zaarvel does not guarantee entry into Israel, this decision is with the authorities at Tel Aviv port.