See Sacred Jerusalem
The capital of Israel, Jerusalem is a sacred city for Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, making it a popular place for religious pilgrimages. But due to its exquisite landscapes and architecture, it is quickly becoming a generally popular tourist destination.
Some of our must-see sights include the Western Wall, Dome of the Rock, and Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Float On The Dead Sea
Sitting in between Israel and Jordan is the magnificent Dead Sea, named so due to its high salt levels that prevent any marine or plant life from surviving in its water.
Despite the name, it is not a sea, but a salt lake, which is remarkably light blue. The high salt levels famously allow you to float on its surface with complete ease. It is believed to have healing powers, by reducing pain, inflammation, arthritis, and skin issues.
Wander Through Wadi Rum
Another Jordan highlight is Wadi Rum, a spectacular desert landscape that is unlike anything we have seen before.
Its sandstone mountains, canyons, valleys, and rocky caverns come together to form an area that makes us feel like we have stepped onto another planet. We suggest you stay for a day or two at a campsite (with luxury options on offer) that allows you to enjoy the starry skies at night.
Experience The Middle East
The Middle East is a place of many wonders, and each of its unique countries has something different, but equally wonderful on offer for travelers.
Whether it's beaches, deserts, architecture, or cultural sites that you are after, you are spoiled for choice in this relatively untouched region of the world.