Israel & Petra, Jordan Tour




Flight from USA to Tel-Aviv



Upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, meeting and assistance by Coral Travel & Tours representative inside the terminal. Transfer to your hotel in Tel Aviv for dinner and overnight.



After an Israeli breakfast, we start our day with a visit to Jaffa, known in the bible as Joppa, and considered the world’s oldest port and the place where the prophet Jonah set sail for Tarshish. Travel via the Sharon Plain to Caesarea, the seat of the Roman Procurator of the Judea at the time of Christ and the place St. Peter converted the centurion Cornelius (Acts 10:24). Explore the Roman Theater and the Aqueduct and view the ruins of Roman, Byzantine and Crusader times. Continue to Mt. Carmel, to the “Mukhraka,” the site where Elijah challenged and defeated the 450 prophets of Baal (King 18:20). On to Nazareth Village. Continue to Mt. Tabor. Drive to the Sea of Galilee. Dinner and overnight: Hotel at the Sea of Galilee.



The day starts with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Continue to Capernaum, the town where Jesus made his home after leaving Nazareth. View the remains of the ancient synagogue in which he may have preached and the House of Peter. Continue to the Mt. of Beatitudes, site of the Sermon on the Mount. The next stop is St. Peter’s Primacy. End the day at Kibbutz Ginossar to view the “ancient boat” believed to be from 2,000 years ago. Dinner and overnight: Hotel at the Sea of Galilee.



After breakfast leave the Sea of Galilee, and drive to Bet She’an. Recent excavations have unveiled the impressive ruins of the country’s largest city from the Roman and Byzantine periods, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 749 AD. Cross via Sheik Hussein bridge to Jordan. On your way to Petra visit Jerash, Madaba and Mt. Nebo. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Petra.

DAY 6 – SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 2016


Breakfast at hotel. Full day sightseeing tour of Petra, the Red Rose City, and the legacy of the Nebataeans. Walk thru the siq from the main entrance. Visit its most famous monument, the Treasury with its towering façade, a 3,000-seat theatre from the 1st century AD, a Palace Tomb in the Roman style, and a gigantic 1st century Deir (monastery). Atop Mount Aaron view a 13th century Shrine built by the Mamluk Sultan. View the majesty of Petra when the sun reflects the warm tones of the multicolored stones that make up this historical city. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Petra.



After breakfast return to Israel via the Southern Border in Taba. On the way to the Dead Sea visit Tel Arad and Massada, the site of the most dramatic act in the Jewish history. Ascend Masada by cable car. Explore the ancient excavation of Herod’s Palaces, bathhouse, the storerooms, the ramp and the oldest synagogue in the world. Dinner and overnight: Hotel at the Dead Sea.



Morning, enjoy the facilities of your hotel at the Dead Sea. Late morning, leave the Dead Sea. Afternoon, visit Ein Gedi and Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls where found. We’ll ascend to Jerusalem and pass the traditional site of the Inn of the Good Samaritan. Dinner and Overnight: Hotel in Jerusalem.



In the Old City, we will first visit the new excavations of David’s City, then the Western Wall to observe Judaism’s holiest shrine and see some Jewish bar mitzvahs in progress; continue to the Rabbinical Tunnel. Proceed to the Temple Mount, and view the Dome of the Rock and the El Aqsa Mosque, which are tied to sacred and secular history. We will exit the Holy Mount on the north to visit the Pools of Bethesda and the Church of St. Anne, a fine example of crusader architecture. There will also be time spent in the Muslim and Christian quarters before visiting the major shrine of Christendom – the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Visit Heziakah Tunnel. Dinner and overnight: Hotel in Jerusalem.

DAY 10


Today we will visit sites that help us focus on the last 24 hours of our Savior’s mortal ministry. We will begin with a visit to the traditional Upper Room to review the sacred events of the Last Supper, where Jesus taught and prepared the Twelve for His departure, and the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu. Next visit Gethsemane – where the great atoning sacrifice took place as well as the arrest of Jesus. After lunch, visit Golgotha, where He was crucified, and the Garden Tomb to discuss the burial and resurrection of Christ. In the evening we will have our Farewell Dinner.

DAY 11


Transfer to the airport for your early morning flight home. Arrive USA the same day.

Please contact our office for pricing and deposit information.

Deposits and Payments

A deposit of $350.00 is required with each reservation to guarantee booking. The balance is due 60 days prior to departure. All checks should be made payable to Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd.

Tour Arrangements

Air – Air arrangements are included in most group tours. Air is available to individual travelers upon request.

Land – All packages including overnight hotel stays are quoted based upon double occupancy sharing a twin or double room with private facilities. Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd. does not arrange sharing for individual travelers. Single rooms are available at additional cost. Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd. reserves the right to substitute hotels based upon availability when necessary. Sightseeing and entrance fees are included as per itinerary. Individual passengers and passengers arriving independently from a scheduled group are responsible for their own transfers.

Not Included

Gratuities, airport taxes and transfers (unless specifically included in certain group tours), optional tours, charges for passports, vaccinations and inoculations, excess baggage charges, accident, trip cancellation and baggage insurance, telephone and cable charges, laundry, meals not specified in the itinerary, liquor, items of a personal nature and any items not specifically listed as included.

Cancellation Penalties

All cancellations must be in writing

  • Up to 100 days prior to departure date $75.00 cancellation fee
  • From 99-61 days prior to departure date $250.00 cancellation fee
  • From 60-46 days prior to departure date $350.00 cancellation fee
  • From 45 days prior to departure date and on – full cancellation fee (100%)


You will be required to provide Coral Travel & Tours with a copy of your passport with final payment. Please Note: The State of Israel requires that your passport have an expiration date not less than 6 months after your date of arrival in Israel. There is no visa requirement for citizens of the United States traveling to Israel. Other nationals should contact their consulate for visa information. For other destinations please contact Coral Travel & Tours, Ltd. Coral Travel & Tours does NOT process visa applications. No inoculations are currently required for travel to Israel. Please contact public health authorities for further information or other destinations.

Fuel Surcharge

Please note fuel surcharges are set by the airline and Coral Travel & Tours has no control over nor receives advance notice of changes. Due to fluctuating global oil prices, the fee may change. The airline will only guarantee the fee at time of ticketing. If the airline imposes an increase, the difference will be the responsibility of each traveler and will be collected prior to departure.

Insurance Note

Travel Insurance is Highly recommended, See attached information. The Exclusion for Pre – Existing Condition will be waived i9f premium is received at the time of orwithin 14 days of the initial deposit/payment for the trip. See Travel Insurance Certificate for complete details. Travel Insurance Benefits are administered by :Trip Mate, Inc. (in CA, dba Trip Mate Insurance Agency). 9225 Ward Parkway, Suite 200, Kansas City, MO, 6411, 1-800-888-7292, To review full plan details go to:


Suitcases: 1 per person, not to exceed 50 lbs. for 1 bag. Each can measure up to 62 linear inches (length + height + width). Carry On Luggage: 1 per person, not to exceed 11 lbs. Each can measure up to 45 linear inches (length + height + width).


Any change in the basic program will result in the charge of $150 per change per person plus any additional charges that may apply for revised air or land arrangements.


CORAL TRAVEL & TOURS LTD. (CORAL), and/or its agents and their representatives abroad, act only as agents for the tour participants in making arrangements for hotels, transportation, touring, restaurants, or any other services in connection with the itinerary. They will exercise reasonable care in making such arrangements. However, they do not assume any liability whatsoever for any injury, damage, loss, accident, delay or irregularity to person or property because of any act or default of any hotel, carrier, restaurant, company, or person rendering any of the services included in the tours. The tickets, coupons, tariffs, rules or contracts currently in use by any carrier, hotel, restaurant, or other contractor rendering services shall constitute the sole contract between such contractor and the tour participants. CORAL, and/or its agents and their representatives abroad, accept no responsibility for any damage, delay, or injury due to sickness, pilferage, labor disputes, machinery breakdown, government restraints, hostile acts, terrorism, weather, acts of God, or any other cause beyond their personal control. CORAL, and/or its agents and their representatives abroad are not responsible for loss of or damage to your luggage, accidents en route, or ill health which may require travelers to miss parts of the tour or to return home without the group. No carrier shall be responsible for any act, omission, or event during the time tour participants are not on board its own conveyance. The tour programs are planned in advance. If between planning time and the actual tour operation, circumstances beyond control require changes, CORAL, and/or its agents and their representatives abroad reserve the right to vary itineraries and substitute components of tour programs. In the event it becomes necessary or advisable for any reason whatsoever to alter the arrangements of the itinerary, such alterations may be made without penalty to the operators. The right is reserved to accept or refuse any person as a member of the tour.