"Book of Revelation Tour: Turkey & Israel
15 - 30 October
Queen of Sheba Extension
30 October - 3 November
We are making available several options for those travelling with us.
Option One: Turkey Only 15 - 22 October
Option Two: Turkey & Israel 15 - 30 October
Option: Three: Israel Only 22 - 30 October
Option Four: Turkey, Israel & Queen of Sheba Extension 15 October - 4 November
Option Five: Israel & the Queen of Sheba Extension 22 October - 4 November
Come Enjoy the Book of Revelation in 3-D
The Book of Revelation is the last book of the Bible and the crown of Scripture. Here, the King of Glory receives His earthly throne. It explains the lasts days and the glories of eternity. Revelation promises great blessing to those who read and heed its life-giving message (Revelation 1:3). Come join us in 2013 for the ‘Book of Revelation Tour’ to Turkey, where the 7 churches are located; Patmos, where Revelation was given to John; Israel, the location of Armageddon, and the optional ‘Queen of Sheba Extension’ to the Negev, Arabah, Red Sea, and Petra. You will never be the same again.
Why not join the Book of Revelation 2013 Tour
This more than just another ‘holy land tour;’ it is a pilgrimage of distinction because of its three fold aim;
Distinctive Information: Book of Revelation Tour 2013, where the Bible becomes the ‘textbook’ and the Land of the Bible becomes the ‘classroom.’ Dr Kameel Majdali is an experienced Bible teacher and he will take you on an unforgettable journey.
Distinctive Inspiration: Because it is a ‘Power Pilgrimage.’ Holy sites will become places of prayer and praise. We will not just be mere tourists, but Christian pilgrims who seek a life-changing encounter with the living God.
Distinctive Relationships: You are not just going to stare at ‘dead stones;’ you will meet the ‘living stones,’ namely believers in the land. Many pilgrims are greatly moved by their encounter with local Christians. This distinctive combination of information, inspiration, and recreation insure that you can have an unforgettable trip of a lifetime
Book of Revelation Tour: Turkey & Israel 2013 Itinerary
Day 1: Tuesday 14-15 October
We gather at our international airports for our flights to Istanbul Turkey. For some the flight will be long, but there is plenty to do. There are movies to watch, food to eat and conversations to be had, so sit back, relax and savour every moment of this life changing journey. You will arrive in Istanbul at 14:55pm on Tuesday 15 October or earlier.
(Overnight Venera Hotel Istanbul Meals: D) www.hotelvenera.com/Default.aspx
Day 2: Wednesday 16 October
Turkey is truly where East meets West and it is precisely this mixture that makes travel in Turkey so interesting. Although its culture has a respect for Islam, Turkey is a country that attempts to separate the secular and religious beliefs of its citizens. Istanbul is one of the world's most interesting cities. Its unique location, literally bridging the gap between 'East" and "West", and unique history as a Christian and then Islamic city, is precisely what attracts tourist to the shores of the Asian Continent. We begin the tour with our first stop at the Basilica of Hagia Sophia (Cathedral of Holy Wisdom); it is unquestionably one of the finest buildings of all time. Built by Constantine the Great, it was reconstructed by Justinian in the 6th Century. Following this we visit the Grand Bazaar; it has been in operation since the 14th Century. The Grand Bazaar is one of the world's largest covered markets, with 58 streets and over 4,000 shops. It is especially known for its jewellery, leather, pottery, spices and carpets. It’s been a long exciting day so as we make our way back to the Venera Hotel for dinner, after which we will meet for a short briefing of the days ahead
(Overnight Venera Hotel Istanbul Meals: B/D): http://www.hotelvenera.com/Default.aspx
DAY 3 – Thursday 17 October: Izmir - Pergamum
After breakfast we will transfer to the airport for our Pegasus Airlines flight to Izmir departing at 09:10. Upon arrival we drive to the hauntingly beautiful Pergamum. Among the impressive structures of this city, dating from 399 BC., we will see the Altar of Zeus, Temple of Dionysus and the 200,000 volume library which was surpassed only by that found in Alexandria at the time. The Asclepieum of Pergamum was a famous health centre where methods of treatment included blood transfusions, music therapy and meditation. Thereafter, we proceed to Izmir.
(Overnight Blanca Hotel Izmir Meals: B/D) http://www.blancahotel.com/
Day 4: Friday 18 October
After breakfast we visit the Church of Smyrna. Then drive to Pamukkale. We will stop by Thyatira to see the remains of the church. This was one of the principle towns where Christianity spread quickly. Then we will drive to Sardis whose history dates back to 12th century B.C. Sardis felt the influence of Christianity very early and was included in the Seven Churches of the Apocalypse. During the Byzantine times it was the seat of a bishopric. Highlights will be a Synagogue, Gymnasium, Byzantine Church and the Temple of Artemis. Next on our itinerary is Philadelphia which was an important Christian centre during Byzantine times. We will see the Basilica and several interesting mosques.
(Overnight Richmond Hotel Pamukkale, Meals: B/D)
Day 5: Saturday 19 October
In the morning we visit Hierapolis, which was founded by Pergamum King Telephons and named after his wife, Hiera. During the Byzantine period, the city became the seat of diocese with a large Christian Church dedicated to Philip, who was martyred there in 80 AD. Highlights include the Roman Baths, the Theatre and the famous white calcium cascades of Pamukkale (the white "Cotton Castles"). Then we will visit Laodicea, where we will find a Theatre, a large Stadium, a Water Tower and an Odeon. This city is supposed to have been named by Antiochus II in honour of his wife, Laodicea.
Overnight Grand Onder Hotel Kusadasi, Meals: B/D) http://www.onderotel.com/
Day 6: Sunday 20 October
The Book of Revelation was revealed to the Apostle John on an island called Patmos. He was banished there for his testimony of Jesus. After an early breakfast, we will also sail to the Isle of Patmos as we transfer to the port for our chartered boat which will take 3 hours. Likewise John was shipped to Patmos against his will and as a result of a decision made by unbelieving governmental authorities. They sent him there to ‘teach him a lesson’. We would not have had the Book of Revelation if God did not somehow work a way to get John off that desolate prison colony. Once we arrive we will proceed to visit the Monastery of St. John and the Grotto. We will have plenty of time to wander and enjoy this place that gave us the Book of Revelation. Lunch will be at your leisure on the Isle of Patmos and we trust the sun will be kind to us also. You will have some time here to roam or ponder the moments when John received the vision of Revelation. There is no rushing at this amazing place. Later in the afternoon we will make our way to the port to return to Kusadasi.
Overnight Grand Onder Hotel Kusadasi, Meals: B/D) http://www.onderotel.com/
Day 7: Monday 21 October
Then drive to Selcuk town, we will visit the famous ancient city of Ephesus, one of the world’s finest archaeological sites. Our
tour will begin with the Basilica of St John “the Evangelist” who came here with the Virgin Mary and wrote his Gospel in Ephesus. Highlights include the Library of Celcius, the Temple of Hadrian, the Fountain of Trajan and the Theatre if time permits. However, Ephesus' greatest claim to fame was its temple to the goddess Artemis. One of the ‘seven wonders’ of the ancient world, it was almost four times larger than the Parthenon in Athens. According to the New Testament, the Apostle Paul preached in Ephesus, prompting a riot led by silversmiths who crafted shrines to the goddess and feared for both their livelihoods and the future of the temple. In Ephesus you will stand in front of the theatre where Paul preached, able to seat 25,000, imagine the commotion he made. Then in the distance you will see the hilltop where they imprisoned him. It’s amazing that the temple has been so utterly destroyed that only one lonely pillar remains, all its grandeur lays waste amongst the weeds that cover its foundation.
Overnight Grand Onder Hotel Kusadasi, Meals: B/D) http://www.onderotel.com/
Day 8: Tuesday 22 October
Today will be a long but exciting day, so be prepared for it. After an early breakfast transfer to Izmir Airport for our 7 AM flight back to Istanbul on Pegasus Airlines. Once we arrive we will board our bus which will then take us to Istanbul’s ‘Old City'. Our first stop is the Hippodrome of Constantinople, the centre of Byzantine civic life, where horse and chariot races once took place. Take a moment and listen to bygone sounds of pounding hoofs, or the shouts of bystanders as horse and chariot pounded the ground in pursuit of an elusive trophy. We then make our way to the infamous Blue Mosque, known for the impressive blue tiles lining its inner walls. By now you may feel the rumblings of hunger and so we will make out way to a nearby café for lunch. In the afternoon, we visit the famous Topkapi Palace, it is an amazing place, and the jewellery alone is stunning. This was once the, home to the Turkish Ottoman sultans between the 15th and 19th centuries. It is now a museum exhibiting imperial collections of crystal, silver, Chinese porcelain and imperial costumes. The final stop on our last day in Turkey is the Spice Bazaar. Here you can find beautiful hand painted plates, or the purest cooking spices, where the smell of cinnamon, cloves and thyme rise from hundreds of colourful muslin bags on every store-front. The Spice Bazaar is not as big as the Grand Bazaar but it is an experience in itself. Since we have plenty of time we can make our way to a Turkish restaurant for dinner after which we will travel to Istanbul’s SAW airport for our Pegasus Airlines flight to Tel Aviv arriving at about 10:30pm.
(Overnight Restall Hotel Tiberias, Meals: B/D)
Day 9: Wednesday 23 October
Good morning everyone, it’s a wonderful day to be in the Galilee. We trust you have woken refreshed and ready to go. As Isaiah prophesied that the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light (Isaiah 9: 1). God’s Word will shine even more brightly for us as we explore ‘His territory.’ This begins with a memorable boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Time will be given to reflect on the Lord’s lakeside ministry while floating on the lake. On shore again, we visit Jesus’ city of Capernaum with the ruins of Peter’s mother-in-law’s house and the ancient synagogue. Relive the immortal ‘Sermon on the Mount’ (Matthew 5-7) on the Mount of Beatitudes. We will drive by Kursi, where the legion entered the swine that were grazing on the hill, when suddenly they ran down the slope and into the lake. Today we will enjoy a wonderful meal by the lake of the most famous St Peter's fish. Our final stop for the day is at Yardenit: located on the southern edge of the lake. This is the place of baptism for those who want to be baptised by full immersion.
(Overnight Restall Hotel Tiberias Meals: B/L/D) Lunch: St Peter's Fish
Day 10: Thursday 24 October
At Mitzpe Shalom in the magnificent southern Golan Heights, at the edge of a basalt precipice overlooking a breathtaking panoramic landscape of the Sea of Galilee, Mount Hermon, the Galilee Mountains, the peak of Mount Tabor and the fields of the Jordan Valley. We head to Mount Bental. It is a worthwhile side trip to the top of Mount Bental for the views alone. After all, this inactive volcano delivers great views of Lebanon, Israel, and Syria which is just a stone’s throw away, also Mount Hermon, Mount Avital and the Syrian town of Quneitra. However, ascending Mount Bental will also provide one with a keener appreciation of the strategic significance of the Golan Heights. And as if that were not enough, it also serves as a splendid overlook for a number of sites of historical significance. Unsurprisingly, the commanding views from atop Mount Bental did not go unnoticed by either the Syrian or Israeli military as the many abandoned bunkers and trenches in the area will attest to. From here we continue north we will drive by the area where the demons entered the swine and they ran down the hill into the lake, this is called Kursi. Then we go to Dan, a city mentioned in the Bible and described as the northern most city of the Kingdom of Israel, belonging to the Tribe of Dan. It was here that an altar was built to house the golden calf and where Baal was worshipped. If time permits we will inspect an old Crusader castle known as Nimrod's Castle. It's a bit of a fun time to explore and imagine life way back then.
(Overnight Restall Hotel Tiberias Meals: B/L/D) Lunch included at Kibbutz
Day 11: Friday 25 October
Today we leave the gracious shores of the Sea of Galilee behind and begin our long ascent to Jerusalem. Our tour commences in Nazareth. We ascend the heights of Mount Precipice where we view the Valley of Armageddon. Its beauty will take your breath away. It's hard to imagine such a beautiful area will one day be the gathering place of armies according to Revelation. From here we will visit a reconstructed Nazareth Village which will show us what Jesus' town may have looked like when he lived there. If time permits we will visit Muhraka, where we relive with Elijah those wonderful moments when the LORD answered by fire and proved He is God (I Kings 18:39). Our final stop before heading to Jerusalem/Bethlehem is where we visit the impressive remains of the Roman capital of Israel, namely Caesarea Maritima, built like a mini-Rome on the Plain of Sharon. Though it was thoroughly pagan, Caesarea has the glorious distinction of being the place where the Gentiles were first born again and filled with the Holy Spirit.
(Overnight Mt David Hotel Bethlehem Meals: B/L/D)
Day 12: Saturday 26 October
First thing this morning after breakfast we make our way to Bethlehem's Church of Nativity; the birthplace of Jesus. This church is 1500 years old, its interior has been battered and bruised by armies and thieves but it has stood the test of time. We will enter the church through a door that over time has been reduced in size; we will descend 14 stairs into the grotto cave where his birth took place. From here if time permits we will drive by the area where it is believed the Shepherd's Field is located and finally stop for some shopping. After lunch will drive through the border control and head to Jerusalem's new city to visit the Yad Va Shem Holocaust Museum: It is more than a museum; it is an institution which tells the story of the near destruction of European Jewry during the horrors of the Nazi holocaust of the Second World War. It is a place you will never forget. We will then check into our hotel for the next 3-nights, followed by a free afternoon to wander the streets of Jerusalem to shop or hang out at a local cafe, or just relaxing by the hotel pool.
Overnight Caesar Hotel Jerusalem B/D
Day 13: Sunday 27 October
Our first stop, if conditions permit, is the Temple Mount, also known as the Haram el Sharif (Arabic: Noble Sanctuary). It is built on Mount Moriah, where Abraham conducted the near-sacrifice of his son Isaac (Genesis 22). These 14 hectares of sacred space is the most priceless piece of real estate in the world. Here is the location of the temples of Solomon and Herod; the latter is where the infant Jesus was presented before the Lord by Mary and Joseph. As a man He taught in the temple courts and overturned the money changers’ tables. Since the 7th Century AD, the mount has housed the twin shrines of the Dome of the Rock and the al Aqsa Mosque, among the most sacred of Muslim shrines We then visit the Western Wall, once a purely religious site, today it is a national shrine and community centre where people pray, soldiers are inducted, and young men have their bar mitzvahs. Nearby is the Davidson Centre, where we can see impressive remains of the New Testament period, including the Temple Steps. From here we visit the City of David, the original Jerusalem, which was once he Jebusite city captured by David and converted into his capital and God’s holy city. Finally we will take a walk together through the watery tunnel built by Hezekiah; it’s an experience not to be missed.. (Overnight Caesar Hotel Jerusalem Meals: B/D)
Day 14: Monday 28 October
Come experience the magnificent panorama of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, where Jesus ascended to heaven and where He will return one day. We will relieve some of the most poignant moments in the New Testament. Walking down the Palm Sunday Road, we stop by Dominus Flevit, the ‘tear drop church where Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem and foretold the tragic events that would happen because it refused to recognize its time of visitation. Going further down into the Valley of Jehoshaphat, we visit the Church of All Nations, which houses the Garden of Gethsemane. ‘Gethsemane’ means ‘oil press,’ and here, Jesus the Messiah/Anointed One/Christ, began His passion. His betrayal by Judas Iscariot and arrest occurred here.
Gethsemane never fails to move pilgrims to tears. Nearby is the sealed Golden Gate, where Christ entered the temple precincts during His triumphal entry. We enter the Old City of Jerusalem at St. Stephen’s Gate, named for Stephen the first Christian martyr, who was stoned near here. We stop off at the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed the paralytic of 38 years (John 5:1-15). Bethesda means ‘house of mercy.’ We continue down the Via Dolorosa (way of sorrows), traditional route where Jesus carried the cross to Calvary. There are 14 Stations of the Cross, the last five meet in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Christendom’s most sacred shrine, which houses the traditional site of Calvary and the Tomb of Christ. Mount Zion is considered the ‘dwelling place of God.’ Of interest is that it is next Gehenna, the prototype of hell.We visit the Upper Room, traditional location of the Last Supper where the believers waited or the Holy Spirit to come. Nearby, we visit the impressive St. Peter-in-Gallicantu Church, location of the place of the High Priest Caiaphas.
It was here that Jesus stood trial before the Sanhedrin and where Peter denied Jesus three times The final stop for today is the Garden Tomb, this is the only evangelical site in the whole city, the garden setting gives us a glance of what the tomb of Jesus may have looked like, it is here we will share communion together as we remember His resurrection from the dead.
(Overnight Caesar Hotel Jerusalem Meals: B/D)
Day 15: Tuesday 29 October
We say good-bye to Jerusalem and begin today’s adventure by visiting the hilltop fortress of Masada, today is one of the Jewish people's greatest symbols. Israeli soldiers take an oath here: Masada shall not fall again. Next to Jerusalem, it is the most popular destination of Jewish tourists visiting Israel. When the great revolt of AD 70 ended, the surviving Zealots fled Jerusalem to Masada near the Dead Sea. There, they held out for three years. Anyone who has climbed the famous "snake path" to Masada can understand why the surrounding Roman troops had to a step ascent to the top. Masada is situated on top of an enormous, isolated rock:
Anyone climbing it to attack the fortress would be an easy target. Yet the Jews, encamped in the fortress, could never feel secure; every morning they woke to see the Roman Legion hard at work constructing a siege ramp.. Once the Romans breached the walls and entered the fortress, they discovered the 960 Jewish defenders had committed mass suicide, rather than surrender. You can read the complete account in the writings of Josephus. We will then drive by Qumran, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. Next is a well-deserved rest stop at Kalia Beach, where you will have the opportunity to float on the Dead Sea. It’s a great time to relax and apply a mud mask to your body. Our final stop is the world’s oldest city Jericho, where we visit Tel Jericho and view the Mount of Temptation.
(Overnight Intercontinental Hotel Jericho Meals: B/L/D)
Day 16: Wednesday 30 October
Some of our pilgrims will leave us today as they head home via the Allenby Bridge and Amman’s Queen Alia Airport. For the rest of us, we are going south on the ‘Queen of Sheba’ extension.
The Queen of Sheba travelled from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; in so doing, she made history (I Kings 10:1-13; II Chronicles 9:1-12). Jesus Christ testifies of her historicity (Matthew 12:42; Luke 11:31). Let’s retrace The Queen of the South’s steps as we head south to the Negev, Arabah, Red Sea, and Petra in Jordan. The Queen of Sheba extension begins as we travel along the Rift Valley south to En Gedi. This is where David cut the corner of King Saul’s robe off as he slept in a cave. We will hike a short distance to this amazing oasis when fresh water flows from the rocks and waterfall cascades into the pool below. Next we head to Beersheba to see the Well of Abraham and a stop off at the WW1 Australian Light Horseman’s Cemetery, it was Australians who help take Beersheba from the Ottomans in 1917.
(Overnight in Beersheba Meals: B/D)
Day 17: Thursday 31 October
If time permits we will visit the home of David Ben Gurion at Sde Boker before heading further south to Avdat. The ruins of Avdat, the greatest Nabatean city in the Negev, lie on a limestone hill overlooking the desert. The remains include two impressive Byzantine churches, a wine press, and many other interesting finds. We will also visit Israel’s version of the Grand Canyon called Ramon Crater the largest of the three Negev craters. It contains geological formations unparalleled elsewhere in the world, along with a magnificent panorama. The Ramon Nature Reserve encompassing the crater and the Negev Mountains surrounding it is the largest nature reserve in Israel. We will stop at Timna and see the life size model of Moses’ Tabernacle; you will get some amazing insight that will enlighten you to the Old Testament. After a day in the desert you deserve a well-earned treat as we make the Red Sea our final stop for the day. After settling in to our hotel and enjoyed a wonderful dinner together you can make your way to the boardwalk and check out the market that lines the boardwalk. The shops close at 11pm, so there is plenty of time to explore.
(Overnight Caesar Hotel Eilat Meals: B/D)
Day 18: Friday 1 November
Wake up early to the sun rising over the Jordanian Mountains of Edom and the Red Sea, maybe take a jog or just sit back with a good coffee. Today is fun day! We start with a cruise on the Red Sea that takes us south right to the Egyptian border of Sinai, a further 20 kilometres will put you in Saudi Arabia. If you so desire take a dive over the side of the boat for a swim, or let your hair down and so something daring that will make your children or friends sorry they never came. After lunch we will visit the Dolphin Reef.
.You can opt to snorkel or scuba dive with the dolphins, yes it is an extra cost but it’s worth every penny. You can even buy the underwater DVD of your playtime with the eight dolphins.
We head to the nearby Arava Crossing and enter into the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan so we can head towards Petra, our exciting final destination on the Queen of Sheba Extension.
(Overnight in Petra Meals: B/D)
Day 19: Saturday 2 November
Petra is our sole focal point today, its name stems from the Greek meaning ‘stone’. Once we arrive you can opt to ride a horse to the entry of the Siq, followed by a 1.6 kilometre walk. Deep in the desert lays the ancient city of Petra; ruined cities in remote places have always stirred the human imagination and Petra will not let you down. Through a narrow gorge it emerges into view, revealing awe-inspiring monuments cut into the surrounding cliffs, it’s an astonishing place. The Nabataeans erected Al Khazneh also known as The Treasury, its monumental tombs, memorializing their kings and leaders. But over time political control changed, and so did trade routes. Eventually the city fell silent, forgotten by the outside world. But in 1812 Petra was to be rediscovered as the red city as it rose from its sandy sleep, but not to its former glory but that of a shell of its former past. Excavations have demonstrated that the Nabataeans controlled their water supply that led to the rise of the desert city, creating an artificial oasis. Some scholars believe that Petra is the place in the wilderness where ‘the woman’ flees from ‘the dragon’ (Revelation 12:6). It could very well be the last refuge, like a latter day Masada, for those who flee from Jerusalem (Zechariah 14). As you enjoy Petra, the pertinent prophetic Scriptures will take on new meaning.
(Overnight in Petra Meals: B/D)
Day 20: Sunday 3 November
What an amazing journey we have had together, from the Seven Churches of Revelation and Patmos to Israel and the birth, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus, down through the Arabia and Negev desert to the Red Sea and Israel; flight from Egypt, then back to Jordan’s ancient city of Petra and possibly the place where Jesus will return. We hope you have enjoyed the journey with us and that you have seen things that many only dream of. May you return home a different person, full of faith and with much growth in Biblical knowledge, especially the Book of Revelation! So we hope to see you again in the future. Say goodbye to the Middle East as you fly home to the out stretched arms of family and friends and may your dreams be filled with wonderful revelation of things to come.
Kameel Majdali is Director of Teach All Nations Inc., a global equipping ministry and an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God in Australia. He will be your tour guide as you travel from north to south across a postage size land mass. He will enthral you, inform you, pray with you, and encourage you to a life changing experience.
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Airfare Melbourne - Istanbul - Amman - Australia return is approx. AUD $1980.00. Costs will vary depending on city of departure (Malaysia: Singapore: Australia).. Flights may be purchased through our Australian agent or online.
All flights must arrive in Istanbul on 15 October no later than 14:55pm.
Option 1: Turkey Only: $1574.00 Single-Supplement: $238.00
Option 2: Israel Only: $1590.00 Single-Supplement: $495.00
Option 3: Turkey & Israel: $2899.00 Single-Supplement: $661.00
Option 4: Turkey, Israel & Queen of Sheba Extension: $3779.00 Single-Supplement: $886.00
Option 5: Israel & Queen of Sheba Extension: $2468.00 Single-Supplement: $720.00
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Return Airfare Istanbul-Izmir ; One-way flight Istanbul – Tel Aviv ; Guide & driver ; 15 Night’s Accommodation (Turkey & Israel) ; 16 full days touring in luxury bus ; 15 Breakfasts & Dinners ; 3 lunches (in Israel) ; Tips ; All sites & entry fees as stated in the itinerary ; All departure & border taxes ; All transfers ; Israel Visa for Malaysians
NOT INCLUDED IN THE FEE AUD
International Flights ; Single Supplements ; Travel insurance ; Drinks during meals ; Water consumed on the bus $1 per bottle ; Personal expenses ; Turkish Visa for Australians USD $60 ; Turkish Visa for US passport holders USD $20 ; Incidentals ; Allenby Bridge Border Crossings US $48 for those who are NOT doing the Queen of Sheba Extension ; Malaysians & Singaporeans do not require a visa for Turkey ; Jordan Visa for Malaysian USD $29
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** A deposit of AUD $750.00 is to be submitted together with your booking form by 15 September 2013. Balance payment is due 20 September 2013.
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TURKEY & ISRAEL
Turkey & Israel: $2899.00 Single-Supplement: $661.00
Twin/Triple Sharing: $2899.00 Single Supplement for Turkey & Israel is: $661.00
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$1574.00 Single-Supplement: $238.00
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Guide & driver 7 days touring in luxury bus All tips
7 Breakfasts & Dinners 7 nights Accomodation
Water during meals
All sites & entry fees
as per the brochure Istanbul to Izmir reurn flight - One-way flight Istabul - Tel Aviv - Tour manual
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Turkish Visa - 7 Lunches allow $10 per day
Travel insurance. (check with creditcard provider for free travel insurance)
Queen of Sheba Extensionl
Personal expenses, drinks during meals, water consumed on the bus
Personal expenses Allenby Bridge departure tax USD $48 ; Single Suppliment $238.00
$1590.00 Single-Supplement: $495.00
Guide & driver 8 full days touring in an air-conditioned luxury bus 8 Breakfasts & Dinners 3 lunches All tips Water is provided during meals in Israel All sites & entry fees as stated in the itinerary Tour manual All transfers
NOT INCLUDED IN THE FEE
International Airfares Single Suppliment Israel only: 5 Lunches allow $15 per day Travel insurance. (check with creditcard provider for free travel insurance) Queen of Sheba Extension Personal expenses, drinks during meals, water consumed on the bus Allenby Bridge departure tax USD $48
QUEEN OF SHEBA EXTENSION
Optional extra $949.00 Single Suppliment: $225.00
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4 Breakfasts & Dinners
Water is provided during meals in Israel
& Jordan All departure & border taxes
All transfers - Horse ride a Petra
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Lunches not included allow $15 per day
Personal expenses, drinks during meals, & water Single Supplement : $225.00
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** A deposit of $750.00 is to be submitted together with your booking form by 01 September 2013. Balance payment is due 15 Setember 2013
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