Come join “Halal Holidays” on a relish a getaway that you will never forget. Allow us to help you discover the enchanting beauty of Jordan and its surroundings. On this tour we will let you visit some wisely chosen attractions of the Holy Land.
From some extraordinary archeological sites representing some of the most striking architecture to the vast Natural Reserves, we will show you the most outstanding sites in history. You will get to experience the exceptional beauty and ancient monuments this piece of land preserves.
Get in the prospect where Islamic arrangements detail on prevalent architecture. Let us help you discover the variety of fascinating ventures and the Holy Spirit that this region integrates.
2 nights / 3 days
- Tomb of Jaffar Al-Tayyar
- Tomb of Zaid Bin Haritha
- Tomb of Abdullah Bin Rawaha
- Amman the Capital
- The Seven Sleepers Cave
- Mountain of Temptation
- Maqam-e-Nabi Musa
- Masjid Al-Aqsa
- Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi
Day 1: Arriving Jordan and the Tombs of Ashab-e-Karam (A.S.)
Have a comfortable flight to Jordan the Holy Land and upon group arrival at the Queen Alia International Airport, meet and assist. Our tour representative will assist you with visa arrangement and custom declaration procedures. After getting done with all the formalities at your arrival, you will be transported to Mu’tah for a half-day tour. Mu’tah is a town in Karak, Jordan. In Islamic convention it is renowned for the Battle of Mu’tah (629 AD), the first ever military engagement between the Arab Muslims and the Byzantine Empire.
Jaffar Ibn-e-Abi-Talib (R.A.), renowned as Jaffar Al-Tayyar, was a companion of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W.) and elder brother of Hazrat Ali (R.A.). He fought along the Muslim army in Ghazwa-e-Mu’tah. His tomb is also located in Mu’tah. Our next stop will be The Tomb of Jaffar Al-Tayyar (R.A.).
After visiting the tomb of Hazrat Jaffar Al-Tayyar (R.A), we will move to Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha’s (R.A.) tomb. Hazrat Zaid Bin Haritha (R.A) is the only companion of Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) whose name is mentioned in the Holy Quran. At one stage he was also regarded as Hazrat Muhammad’s (S.A.W.W.) adopted son.
Next we will further our tour to Hazrat Abdullah Bin Rawaha’s (R.A.) tomb. Hazrat Abdullah Bin Rawaha (R.A) was also one of Hazrat Muhammad’s (S.A.W.W.) companions and fought alongside him in Ghazwa-e-Mu’tah.
After visiting the tombs of these great personalities of Muslim history, you will further your way back to Amman where you will have an exquisite lunch. On your way you will also visit the Cave of Seven Sleepers. The 7 Sleepers Cave has a legend of 7 men who escaped their kingdom so they would not have to worship idols, a rule imposed by their King, and hid in a cave where they slept, waking up after several years realizing that the era has changed.
After an all-day excursion to these historic sites, you will be checked-in to a halal friendly hotel where you will have an amazing dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 2: Sight Seeing at Mount of Temptation and Tour to Maqam Nabi Musa and Masjid Al-Aqsa
Your day will start with an amazing breakfast served at the hotel. After breakfast you will advance your day and will be transported to King Hussain Bridge for crossing over to the Holy Land. You will meet and assist at Allenby Bridge by our representative from where you will then be transferred to Jericho, a city at the west bank of the Jordan River. Upon arrival at Jericho, you will first have an exquisite lunch and the will be further transported for sightseeing to Mount of Temptation. Legend says that Mount of Temptation was the place where Jesus was tempted by the Devil, hence the name Temptation.
Further you will move toward Maqam Nabi Musa, the place understood to be the tomb of Hazrat Musa (R.A.). This place is visited by a large number of pilgrims throughout the year. After visiting Maqam Nabi Musa, you will advance to Jerusalem to visit Masjid Al-Aqsa.
Masjid Al-Aqsa, also known as Bayt Al-Muqaddas, the third holiest place in Islam for Muslims, located in Jerusalem. It was formerly the point Muslims bowed their heads to for prayer before the order came to change their direction towards Ka’aba. After having the honor of visiting this place yourself, you will be checked-in to a halal friendly hotel, pre-booked according to your desire, where you will have dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 3: Tour to Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi and Return
The last day of your tour will start with a usual breakfast routine. After having the last breakfast of your expedition, you will then deal with the checkout formalities, after which you will be transported to Hebron to visit Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi (Sanctuary of Abraham) or Tomb of the Patriarchs, which considered as the fourth holiest site in Islam and it dominates the city of Hebron. This old mosque enshrines the tombs of Prophets Abraham (Ibrahim), Isaac (Ishaq), Jacob (Yaqoob) and their wives. It is believed that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) visited it on his night flight from Mecca to Jerusalem. This site has been altered by successive rules, from a cave to the massive configuration it is today. After an entertaining day out, you will be transported back to Allenby Bridge to cross back over to Jordan where you will continue your way to the Queen Alia International Airport for your departure.