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Private Half Day Tour to Mount Nebo and Madaba With The Archaeological Park From Dead Sea
"You will leave the Dead Sea Hotel to climb up Mount Nebo where Prophet Moses is said to have died. You will enjoy the view of the Holy Land and the Jordan Valley and you will also see more mosaics found inside the church of Mount Nebo. Off to visit Madaba a city known for its mosaics. The most popular and well known is the ancient mosaic map of Jordan and the Holy Land of the 6th century in the Saint George Ortho marked with the points of interest of some historical stories recorded in the Bible. Proceed to the archaeological park just a few minute's walk to the south-east of St George's Church.You will then be returned to your hotel in the Dead Sea.""""Enjoy a private half day tour to tow of the most popular mosaic attraction in Jordan Mount Nebo and Madaba. Start by climbing up to Mount Nebo where Prophet Moses is said to have died. You will have a great view of the charming Jordan Valley and Dead Sea Also the Historical Church And Mousa's Stick shows how old this place is. Off to visit Madaba the city of mosaic its houses the most famous mosaic map of Jordan. Continue on foot to visit the archaeological park where you will see more incredible mosaic title=Highlights&1=Explore+the+local+streets+on+a+walking+tour+of+the+city&2=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included&3=Led+by+a+local+guide&4=Private+tour+is+operated+with+just+your+party+and+a+guide%2Fdriver
From $106.00
 
Private Full Day Dead Sea Sanctuary with Lunch and Optional Spa Massage or Treatments
"This is a perfect get away for you and your family. You will be transferred from Amman hotel in the comfort of a private vehicle to visit one of Jordan’s unique and incomparable places the Dead Sea. It is considered the lowest point on earth 400 meters under sea level the Dead Sea speaks for itself; there is no living fish in this area hence its name and it is the first natural spa in the world! It is by far one of Jordan’s most impressive and spectacular places to visit. Its calm shining wa which makes it a therapeutic as well as a unique swimming experience not to be missed! Enjoy a full day relaxing and swimming at leisure including towel with lunch buffet at the casual yet distinctive Dead Sea Spa Crystal Restaurant serving a wide variet Body Wrap Mud Body Scrub or treatments such as Psoriasis Vitiligo
From $113.00
 
Private Departure or Arrival Transfer: Petra Hotels with Dead Sea tour
"Whether you are traveling individually as a couple or in a group your ground transport needs are covered by this private airport transport service. If you are scheduled for a departure transfer your private chauffeur will meet you at the lobby of your Petra hotel. Then you will be transferred in an air conditioned vehicle to Dead Sea (3.5 minutes drive approx). The Dead Sea is more than 420 meter below sea level; that is why the concentration o the mud on the beach is full with minerals .all together makes it the largest spa on earth. There you will have entrance to a resort and free time to swim and try the mud. After that your driver will transfer you to the airport .If you are scheduled for an arrival transfer
From $144.00

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Mosques/Masjid

Jeddah one of the famous cities in which the magnificence of the deep rooted past combines with the originality of the present with all its modernity. This allowed Jeddah to preserve its distinguished...
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Housing Architect.

Perhaps nothing is a better illustration of the connections between Jeddah and Yemen (and the lack of historical ones between Jeddah and Nejd) than the city's architecture. There are many buildings...
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Holy Month of Ramadan

i find this quite astonishing when women dress up in thobes with long sleeves specially in ramadan whether they are in work, school or occasions. there are even women who buy and keep special thobes...
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Religion/History/Culture

I recently have been to a Sufi service which is quite commong among the Sufi community men and women respectively. Since it's mainly a segregated culture when it comes to conducting such services,...
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Wearing the veil.

To cover or not to cover, that is the Western woman's question. Well, the first 3/4 of my trip I did not cover my head. The last 1/4 of my trip I did. I found that I was a lot more respected, even...
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Welcoming New babies to the World

i guess every reader is aware that Saudia has got the highest birth rate in the world. perhaps Saudis are so proud of it, being the first generator (or exporter,lol) of human babies and resources,...
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Schools/ Education system

I liked 2 listen how school was introduced 2 Saudi Arabia & when women officially were given the right to education. Sixty yrs ago,only boys,against housekeeper girls,used 2 attend group studies...
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Old DownTown

Perhaps the most shocking thing to see in a city such as Jeddah is the general lack of investment in any sort of restoration or upkeep. On the one hand, urban development and urban design do not...
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Wedding Customs

this seems to be a long tradition that has originated in arabia but certainly not from jeddah. it's a mixture of henna and water i think. then, it's stirred and mixed in a bowl to make it a thick...
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Prayertime Retreat

This is what I miss most since I left home to have my break time 4 times per working day. This comes from the daily Five Islamic Prayers; Fajr (dawn), Dhohor (noon), Asr (late afternoon), Maghrib...
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Condolence Customs

its divided into 2 steps:The burial: the deceased, Islamically, should be buried ASAP as a sign of honouring them by giving them home. the deceased's body must be washed in a certain way by family...
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Eating Customs&Manners

although i have spent most of my life in jeddah, i never thought of what the national dish could be or what jeddawi people eat in everyday life. perhaps i take everything for granted when it comes to...
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Local dress/Tradional wear

Saudis are very proud of their clothing traditions, and it is very common to see Saudi men, young and old, wearing the thobe, a long shirt that goes from the shoulders to the ankles. While it may be...
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Eid Celebrations

Eid means an annual event to be remembered by public. Jeddah celebrates two official Eids every year; Eid al Fiter and Eid al Ad'ha. The first means the celebrationf of breaking the fast, and the...
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Top Things to Do in Saudi Arabia

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Old City

The Sharbatly family is one Jeddah's best known as they have dominated the country's food industry (packaging and distribution) for many decades. This undoubtedly was their historic family house years...
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Desert

We packed up our 4x4 and joined a convoy of other expatriates for a trip into the desert. Once, we camped in a beautiful box canyon on Thanksgiving Day, and we had a pot luck dinner. Daytime...
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Masjid - Al Haram

this is the most important mosque for moslem because this is where we headed when we pray. in the inner courtyard, you can find kabah, the black box bulding. this is the reason most of moslem go to...
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Madinah Salah

Watch the sunrise / sunset from the Mountain above Al Ula, its amazing, also visits the old town which is being refurbished and is well worth a visit. try the local fruit, its amazing. Very friendly...
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Central Riyadh

Riyadh is a vibrant city with plenty to do. Normally, when we left our high-rise apartment in central Riyadh, we would leave the car parked and take a taxi or bus. The taxi's are cheap and readily...
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Corniche

Enjoy an uninterrupted view of the sunset along the endless length of Corniche Road. Right before the sun set, many families set up chairs along the seaside, some having a barbecue party especially...
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