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Heritage Tours has added Israel and Jordan to its portfolio after witnessing a 20 percent increase in inquiries over the last two years from North American travelers.

These new tours will offer travelers a full cultural immersion in comfort and style, while combining adventure and behind-the-scenes excursions led by local experts. Ranging from a rejuvenation trip to the Dead Sea or a full immersion into the region’s culinary scene or history, there’s something to fit every traveler.

The Dome of the Rock is one of the greatest of Islamic monuments. (Photo courtesy of Heritage Tours.)
The Dome of the Rock is one of the greatest of Islamic monuments. (Photo courtesy of Heritage Tours.)

A few of the experiences your guests can look forward to on these new itineraries are: a journey behind the Western Wall tunnels with Israel’s leading archaeologists, an insider’s tour of the Israel Ballet led by the organization’s director and performers; a breadmaking lesson with Uri Scheft from Breads Bakery; a visit to the hidden Monastery of St. George where guests learn about Monastic life in the Judean Desert from a local monk; a whiskey tasking and feast on local fare at the Golan Heights Distillery, which produces Israel’s first single malt; a horseback ride through the Rose City of Petra and via a narrow core carved in sandstone with views of the Treasury; white-water rafting down the Jordan River; or and adventure experience as they rappel into the great “salt cellar” of the Colonel Salt Cave in Israel.

Each itinerary with Heritage Tours is uniquely customized in advance. However, a sample itinerary for an 11-day journey for two that combines both Israel and Jordan starts at $5,000 pp including daily breakfast and some dinners.

For more information visit heritagetours.com.

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