Schedule a tour with “Halal Holidays” to relish a pilgrimage that will inspire your soul to its very core. Let us help you discover all the beauties and landmarks Jordan, Israel and their surroundings preserve within them. On this tour, we will help you visit some of the wisely chosen attractions of these Holy Lands.

From the spectacular archeological wonders to the beautiful landmarks, we will show you the most astounding sites in human history. Get in the prospect where Islamic provisions detail on widespread architecture. Let us discover the Islamic soul that keeps these historic remarks the way we see them today.

Tour Duration

3 nights / 4 days

Tour Highlights

  • Mu’tah
  • Tomb of Jaffar Al-Tayyar
  • Tomb of Zaid Bin Haritha
  • Tomb of Abdullah Bin Rawaha
  • Amman the Capital
  • The Cave of Seven Sleepers
  • Jericho
  • Mount of Temptation
  • Maqam-e-Nabi Musa
  • Masjid Al-Aqsa
  • Hebron
  • Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi
  • Bethlehem
  • Navity Church
  • Jerusalem
  • Maqam Rabiaa Al-Adwiah
  • Salman Al-Farisi
  • Mount of Olives


Day-by-Day Schedule

Day 1: Arriving Jordan and the Tombs of Ashab-e-Karam (A.S.)

Have a safe flight to the Holy Land, Jordan. Meet and assist upon group arrival at the Queen Alia International Airport, Jordan. For visa arrangement and Custom declaration procedures our tour representative will assist you. After getting done with all the formalities at your arrival, you will then be transported to Mu’tah for a tour. Mu’tah is a town in Karak and in Islamic folklore it is renowned for the first military engagement between the Arab Muslims and the Byzantine Empire, the Battle of Mu’tah (629 AD).

Jaffar Ibn-e-Abi-Talib (R.A.), a companion of The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and elder brother of Hazrat Ali (R.A.), renowned as Jaffar Al-Tayyar, fought along the Muslim army in Ghazwa-e-Mu’tah. Our next stop will be The Tomb of Jaffar Al-Tayyar (R.A.) located in Mu’tah.

After the visit of Hazrat Jaffar Al-Tayyar’s (R.A.) tomb, we will move to our next stop at Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha’s (R.A.) tomb. Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha (R.A., who was at one stage also regarded as Hazrat Muhammad’s (PBUH) adopted son, is the only companion of Prophet (S.A.W.W.) whose name is mentioned in the Holy Quran.

Next we will advance our tour to the tomb of Hazrat Abdullah Bin Rawaha (R.A.). Hazrat Abdullah Bin Rawaha (R.A.) was one of Prophet’s (PBUH) companions who fought alongside him in Ghazwa-e-Mu’tah.

After visits to the tombs of some great personalities of the Muslim history, you will move on your way back to Amman. Upon arrival, you will have an exquisite lunch. While on your way, you will also get to see The Cave of Seven Sleepers. This cave has a myth about seven men, who fled away from their kingdom so they would not have to worship idols, a rule forced by their King. They hid in a cave where they slept, rising up after several years recognizing that the era has completely changed.

After a daylong excursion to the historic sites, you will check-in to a halal friendly hotel, where you will have an incredible dinner and overnight stay.

Day 2: Sight Seeing at Mount Temptation and Tour to Maqam Nabi Musa and Masjid Al-Aqsa

You will start your day with a breakfast served at the hotel. After the breakfast, you will further your day and will be transported to the King Hussain Bridge for crossing over into the Holy Land. At Allenby Bridge you will meet and assist by our representative. From here you will then be transported to Jericho, a city located at the west bank of the Jordan River. Upon reaching Jericho, you will first have an incredible lunch and then will be further transferred for sightseeing at Mount Temptation. According to legends, this mountain was the place where Jesus was tempted by the Devil, hence giving it the name Temptation.

Further you will advance towards Maqam Nabi Musa. This place is understood to be the tomb of Hazrat Musa (R.A.). This place is visited by a huge number of pilgrims all over the year. After visiting Maqam Nabi Musa, you will move further towards Jerusalem to visit Masjid Al-Aqsa.

Masjid Al-Aqsa (also known as Bayt Al-Muqaddas) is the third holiest place in Islam, located in Jerusalem After having the honor of visiting this holy site, you will check-in to a Halal Friendly hotel which will be pre-booked according to your taste, where you will have dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 3: Tour to Hebron and Bethlehem Excursion

Your tour will start with a usual nice breakfast routine. After having the breakfast, you will be transported to Hebron to visit Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi (Sanctuary of Abraham), or Tomb of the Patriarchs. It is considered as the fourth holiest site in Islam, and dominates the city of Hebron. This old mosque treasures the tombs of Prophets Abraham (Ibrahim), Isaac (Ishaq), Jacob (Yaqoob) and their wives. It is supposed that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) visited this place on his night flight from Mecca to Jerusalem. This site has been reformed by succeeding rules, from a cave to the enormous configuration it is today.

After an entertaining day out in Hebron, you will be transported back to Bethlehem where you will visit the Navity church and have a nice lunch. After Navity Church you will move back to Jerusalem. Your first stop upon reaching will be Maqam Rabiaa Al-Adwiah.

Next you will stop at Salman Al-Farisi -a place near Mount of Olives where Hazrat Salman Farisi (R.A.) once stayed. Later you will move to sightsee at Mount of Olives (Mount Olivet). These are the mountains whose slopes were once covered with Olive groves.

Afterwards you will visit Masjid Al-Aqsa once again after which you will move back to the hotel where you will have dinner and then an overnight stay.

Day 4: Return

After an exquisite breakfast on your last day, you will be transferred back to Allenby Bridge to cross over to Jordan. From here you will continue your way to the Queen Alia International Airport for your departure.

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