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- I read several reviews prior to this trip & met several people who had been on it. What you read and hear is all true. Because of all the red tape, the bus ride is super long, the border process is super long, but the guide was good in Petra and Petra itself is amazing. Because the pick up was an hour late, my total trip time by the time I got back to my hotel was 22 hours. The tour itself was 2 hours at the Petra park and another 2 hours for eating, walking to eat, and waiting (to get in to the park, to leave to go back, etc.) I gave the tour a 3 vs. a 2 because I understand the complexity of the process- with the exception of the bus being an hour late to pickus up- and Petra itself was worth it for a one time experience. Bring something to do in the bus though- it's many hours in the bus.Written 12 August 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Highlight after highlight. The pace of our tour was excellent with chill days well placed. All our hotels were excellent and exceeded expectations. The sites were mind-blowing, the people on our trip were diverse which added to the experience and we made some great new friends. What made our trip, however, was our Egyptologist and tour guide Ramdan. The man's passion and love for his country and its incredible history enriched our experience greatly. His knowledge is phenomenal and his communication skills and storytelling are second to none. Ramadan went way beyond his regular duties and extended himself to become our friend as well. He took us to places outside of our itinerary because he wanted to and was available for support outside his regular working hours. I would highly recommend this tour for its mind-blowing sites, passionate and knowledgeable tour guides, extraordinary history, the friendships made as well as the hospitality of the locals. At no stage did we feel our safety was compromised either. I would happily travel through Egypt, Jordan or Israel again and catch the sites we missed on this trip. Having said that I would like to thank Booking-tours for providing a memorable experience, all our new friends for enhancing the experience and especially Ramadan for being a wonderful Egyptologist, tour guide and dear friend!Written 15 July 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- On this trip I really enjoyed visiting the dead sea. The water is so salty that it just pushes it to the surface. Very useful for skin and respiratory diseases. Jerusalem is just gorgeous, the city of dreams! Streets, temples, everything brings back memories of God. Holy places, great trip, thanks to the organizers!Written 29 April 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The itinerary is a good idea.
Can improve with the following corrections:
- the tour to Cesaarea, Acre, while interesting, is a nice to have, would be better to spend more time in Jerusalem.
- some tour guides in Israel that work for the BeinHarin agency are very good. If you get Amir from Galilea as a guide, you are lucky.
On the other hand if get an amercian accented guide called Lome as your guide, ask to go on another bus, this guide is mentally unbalanced, aggressive and completely inadequate.
- i would rather cross the border to Jordan from the Dead Sea directly, as opposed to returning to Tel Aviv, spending the night in Eilat and then crossing to Jordan.
- hotel in Eilat (C-hotels)is low quality, picking by yourself you get better cost/benefit. But the city itself is to skip.
- the stay in the planet camp in Wadi Rum is excellent. Nadji is an excellent host.
- the guide in Jordan, called Ali, is excellent.
- crossing to Egypt by Car from Jordan is a clear and big mistake, the biggest mistake of this package. Too long, too complex, too tiring, not secure. Instead, fly to Cairo.
- hotel in Egypt is poorly located on Giza, close to Pyramids, bur far from every good restaurant and everything else, stay in Cairo.
- we had a problem with our agency manager in Cairo, a guy called Ramadan. Our hotel was not the one we bought, instead we were put in a lower quality hotel from the same group.
- We were also charged by Mr Ramadan, the agency manager in Egypt a 70 USD fee in cash for an early check in at the hotel. Later we asked the hotel for the receipt of those 70 and found out that the hotel never received it, in the hotel systems they simply had given us a complimentary early check in... smells very fishy.Written 11 March 2019
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