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PRIVATE TRANSFER FROM TEL AVIV/JERUSALEM TO PETRA

 

HOW TO GET FROM TEL AVIV/JERUSALEM TO PETRA?

 

PRIVATE TRANSFER FROM TEL AVIV TO PETRA

 

 

This page has the right answer on howto get from Tel Aviv/Jerusalem to Petra Jordan! Would you like to know how to get to Petra from Tel Aviv?  Jordan is very close to Israel, and it is possible to travel from Tel Aviv to Petra every day of the week including Saturday and all Jewish holidays. please read the following article where we present the best options available to experience Petra Jordan, one of the most thrilling places in the world. Our private transportation services from Tel Aviv to Petra Jordan will help you plan the perfect trip to Jordan and even Wadi Rum.

 

PRIVATE TRANSFER FROM TEL AVIV TO PETRA

 

A private transfer from Tel Aviv to Petra, Jordan typically involves a comfortable and convenient journey from the bustling city of Tel Aviv to the ancient city of Petra, which is located in southern Jordan.

 

Our best private transfer to Petra from Tel Aviv typically begins with a private vehicle picking up the passengers from their designated location in Tel Aviv. The vehicle is always a comfortable and well-maintained car, van, or SUV, depending on the number of passengers. The vehicle is driven by a knowledgeable and experienced driver who is familiar with the route and the customs of the area.

 

The journey from Tel Aviv to Petra usually takes 3-4 hours(The distance between Jerusalem/Tel Aviv and Petra/Eilat Border is 400km), depending on the traffic and the border crossing. The private transfer to Petra may involve crossing the border between Israel and Jordan, which can take some time due to security checks and customs procedures.

 

Once the passengers cross the border they arrive in Petra, they are usually dropped off at their hotel or accommodation of choice, where they can relax and enjoy their stay in the ancient city. We also may offer sightseeing tours of Petra, allowing passengers to explore the city and its rich history.

 

Overall, a private transfer from Tel Aviv to Petra offers a convenient and hassle-free way to travel between the two cities, allowing passengers to enjoy the journey and the destination in comfort and style.

 

ONE-DAY TOUR FROM TEL AVIV TO PETRA FROM TEL AVIV OR JERUSALEM

 

Visiting Petra on one day from Tel Aviv is a long journey but worth it, We can offer a One-day tour to Petra and Wadi Rum from Tel Aviv every day but you have to leave very early in the morning, the road will take roughly 4 hours each way so prepare for a long trip. The reason for leaving early Tel Aviv or Jerusalem to visit Petra is to make sure you will arrive at the Israeli Jordanian Border on time and won't spend unnecessary time waiting in lines. our private transfers From Tel Aviv to Petra will take you to Eilat to the border cross with Jordan and from there you can easily cross and travel to Petra and Wadi Rum by yourself or with a private tour guide on the Jordanian side. explore this amazing Nabatean city, one of the world's famous UNESCO sites.

 

 This one-day journey from Tel Aviv to Petra provides a lifetime opportunity to see the famous landmarks and hidden corners of the Jordanian Desert and Petra. If you choose to book a private tour, we will be happy to provide you with all directions for this trip. After touring Petra, our private driver will collect you from the border and drive you from Eilat back to Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, Take your lifetime memories from Petra and the mesmerizing Wadi Rum Desert with you, and on the way back you can stop to see the Ramon Crater complete your Desert experience and eat something as well. This 2 way Petra Tel Aviv transfer is long but worth it!

 

2 AMAZING DAYS IN PETRA 

 

Day 1: Your private driver will pick you up from your hotel in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem and drive you to Petra, one of the most iconic archaeological sites in the world. You will cross the border into Jordan at the Izhak Rabin crossing point and your driver will assist you with the visa process. After crossing the border, you will continue to Petra, which is approximately a three-hour drive from the border. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to see some of Jordan's stunning landscapes.

Upon arrival at Petra, you will begin your tour with a local guide who will take you through the Siq, the narrow gorge that leads into Petra. As you walk through the Siq, you will see the stunning rock formations and carvings that lead up to the Treasury, one of the most iconic sites in Petra. You will then continue to explore the other tombs and temples in Petra, including the Monastery and the Royal Tombs. You will also have the opportunity to climb up to the High Place of Sacrifice, where you will have stunning views of Petra and the surrounding landscape.

After your tour of Petra, you will check into your hotel and have the evening to explore on your own. You may want to visit Petra by Night, a magical experience where the Treasury is illuminated by candlelight.

Day 2: After breakfast at your hotel, your private driver will pick you up and take you back to the border. You will cross back into Israel and be driven to your hotel in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. Along the way, you may want to stop at the Dead Sea for a quick dip and to float in the salty water.

This 2-day trip to Petra is a great way to experience one of the most iconic sites in the world. With private transfers from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem and a local guide to take you through Petra, you will have a stress-free and memorable trip.

 

4 UNFORGETTABLE DAYS IN PETRA AND WADI RUM

Day 1: You will be picked up from your hotel in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem by your driver, who will then take you to the Jordanian border. After crossing the border, your driver will bring you to Petra, one of the most spectacular archaeological sites on Earth. When you get there, you'll check into your hotel and have the day to yourself to tour Petra. You can walk to the Monastery, ascend to the High Place of Sacrifice, or stroll through the historic town.

 

Day 2: A native guide will accompany you on a full-day tour of Petra after you have breakfast at your accommodation. The Siq, the Treasury, the Street of Facades, the Roman Theater, and the Monastery are just a few of the major Petra attractions you will see. You will receive in-depth knowledge from your guide about Petra's history and culture, as well as about some lesser-known attractions and hidden jewels. Before heading back to your accommodation for the evening, you will also have the opportunity to independently explore Petra.

 

Day 3: Your driver will transport you to the breathtaking Wadi Rum desert after breakfast, where you will spend the day on an exhilarating 4x4 excursion. Your tour guide will lead you past stunning desert vistas including dunes, steep valleys, and soaring cliffs. You may go on a trek, try rock climbing, or even try sandboarding. You'll have a typical Bedouin meal in the evening and spend the night in a camp built in the traditions of the Bedouin people.

 

Day 4: You have the choice to continue exploring Wadi Rum after breakfast at your tent or head back to Petra for further sightseeing. Your driver will pick you up at the border in the afternoon and transport you back to your accommodation in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.

 

This 3- to 4-day excursion to Petra and Wadi Rum delivers an exhilarating and adventurous journey in two of Jordan's most famous locations. You will have an incredible trip that will leave you with memories that last a lifetime, from the beautiful rock formations of Petra to the boundless desert expanses of Wadi Rum.

 

WHERE SHOULD I CROSS TO PETRA FROM ISRAEL?

Although there are three points of entry between Israel and Jordan, the Arava/Itzhak Rabin border cross is the one that is preferred. The Arava border crossing, which is outside of Eilat, is the one that is closest to Petra and the simplest for a solo traveler or a private tour to cross. Most passport holders may obtain a visa at the border for this location, which is completely safe and is a highly popular tourist destination all year long. Check out our comprehensive information on Jordanian visas via a direct call with us anytime.

 

 

ARAVA BORDER OPENING HOURS

 

The opening hours of the Arava Border Crossing between Israel and Jordan can vary, so it's important to check the latest information before planning your trip to Petra from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. Generally, the border crossing is open Sunday through Thursday from 6:30 AM to 8:00 PM, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM. However, these hours are subject to change due to holidays or other circumstances, so it's recommended to confirm the current opening hours with the relevant authorities or your travel provider before your trip. It's also important to note that the border crossing may have different hours for pedestrians, private vehicles, and commercial vehicles, so make sure to check the specific hours that apply to your mode of transportation.

 

CAN I GET TO PETRA FROM TEL AVIV BY A BUS OR A TRAIN?

 

While there is no direct train or bus connection between Tel Aviv and Petra, it is possible to reach Petra from Tel Aviv via a combination of public transportation and private transfer.

 

One option is to take a bus from Tel Aviv to Eilat, which is a coastal city located in southern Israel near the border with Jordan. The bus journey takes approximately 4-5 hours, and several companies operate this route, including Egged and Dan. Once in Eilat, you can take a taxi or a private transfer to the Arava Border Crossing, which is around 10-15 minutes away. After crossing the border into Jordan, you can take a taxi or a private transfer to Petra, which is approximately 2-3 hours away.

 

Another option is to take a domestic flight from TLV to Eilat and then follow the same route via the Arava Border Crossing as described above. Several airlines offer flights between Tel Aviv and Eilat, including Israir and Arkia.

 

While these options may take longer than a driven direct private transfer to Petra from Tel Aviv, they are generally more budget-friendly and may offer a more immersive travel experience. However, it's important to note that crossing the border between Israel and Jordan can be time-consuming and may involve security checks and customs procedures.

 

 

 

BOOK A PRIVATE TRANSFER TODAY TO PETRA!

 

The best way to visit Petra and Wadi Rum is to book a direct private transfer from Tel Aviv or Jerusem, there are no trains or buses between these 2 destinations... this way we will make sure to bring you to the border and then back to your hotel. Whether you are a couple or a group we have the right transportation solution.

 

 

 

 

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