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Wadi Rum's red earth desertscapes
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Petra
Jordan's capital Amman
Crusader castle at Shobak
The Dead Sea
2000 year-old ruins of Jerash
Hike in Dana Nature Reserve
Get your caffeine hit in Jordan
Red Sea resort of Aqaba
Esfahan's architecture and carpets
Shiraz - the heartland of Persian culture
Tehran's metropolis
Yazd's windcatchers and winding alleys
The Dead Sea
Bethlehem's Manger Square and the Church of the Nativity
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jerusalem
The Sea of Galilee
Tel Aviv's nightlife
Camel ride in the Golden Triangle near the oasis village of Douz
The fourth holiest site in Islam - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kairouan
Sidi Bou Said Andalous village and UNESCO World Heritage-listed Carthage - the oldest Phoenician settlement on the North African coast
The troglodyte Berber villages of Matmata - the set for 'Star Wars' mythical planet of Tatooine
Tozeur's 250,000 palms
Downtime and diving in Dahab
Abu Simbel
Siwa Oasis
Sunrise on Mt Sinai
Camels. They spit.
Nubean Aswan
Karnak Temple is like history on steroids.
  • Trips & tours in Middle East & North Africa

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  • Five facty-things about The Middle East & North Africa

    • Stone pillows anyone?
      Ancient Egyptians used to sleep on pillows made out of stone. Sort of defeats the purpose.
    • Sweet & naked:
      Pharoah Pepi II would smear his naked slaves with honey to keep the flies away from him.
    • Good parenting:
      Jordanians believe that excessive praise of children brings bad luck (if all parents felt this way we’d never have to put up with shoes like X Factor).
    • A card, flowers and…coastline?
      Marc Antony gave Cleopatra part of Turkey’s southwestern shore as a wedding gift. So consider your own souvenirs very carefully.
    • Doing it right:
      The glue on Israeli stamps is kosher.
  • Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments

    Egypt, on a Boat

    HYOUNGHWA - Korea, Republic of, 24 Mar, 2013
    Overall Rating

    It was a good trip with good people in a group.

    My Camel Humps

    Tanya - Australia, 12 Mar, 2013
    Overall Rating

    The trip was overall excellent. The only thing i would change is to swap Edfu Temple for Luxor temple. The only way to get to Edfu was by horse and carriage, the horses there looked terrible, undernourished and not looked after, our group decided not to see this temple as we did not want to use these horses. Our wonderful Tour guide Hassan decided to tak eus to Luxor Temple instead. this was amazing and well worth seeing especially at night.

    My Camel Humps

    Meredith - Australia, 5 Mar, 2013
    Overall Rating

    An amazing experience! Really well organised, true to the itinerary and a fantastic tour leader. Really felt like we got a great taste of Egypt!

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