Join us to dicover the lowest point on earth ‘ Dead Sea ‘ the city of mosaic ‘ Ma’daba ‘ & the view of the hold land from ‘ Mount Nebo ‘
Private Tour Dead Sea – Ma’daba – Mount Nebo from Aqaba
Private Tour Dead Sea - Ma'daba - Mount Nebo from Aqaba
Pick up from Hotel/ Cruise/ Border,drive about 3.5 hours to the lowest point on earth (Dead Sea) which is almost 400 m under Sea level, arrival to resort selected and time to swim and relax, then drive through desert Highway to Madaba to visit St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church in Madaba, which was rebuilt in 1897. The world of mosaic map by an unknown mosaicist who worked in Madaba towards the middle of the Sixth Century AD. It is the oldest preserved and most detailed ancient map of the lands extending east and west of the River Jordan from Lebanon to Egypt, from the desert to the Mediterranean, later on drive Mount Nebo (Siyagha) is the memorial of Prophet Moses. The memorial consists of a Trefoil Church built in the 4th century AD and is famous for having been visited by the Pilgrim In the 5th century AD, a nave was added to the Trefoil Church. In the sixth century, around 530 AD Deep in the Jordan Valley and 55 km southeast of Amman, is the Dead Sea, one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the whole world. It is the lowest body of water on earth, the lowest point on earth, and the world's richest source of natural salts, hiding wonderful treasures that accumulated throughout thousands of years. Later on drive back to Aqaba.