Cruises in JordanEdit This
Booking Jordan cruises is limited only by the traveler's imagination. Choosing which Jordan cruise to book will rest solely on the traveler's preferred tastes and excursions. Most cruises to Jordan leave from around Egypt as well as other great destinations. Some cruise lines throw in great excursions and plenty of land time for shopping and sampling fair from a variety of ports of call.
Costa Cruises leave from Sharm El Shiek in Egypt and offers an 8-day itinerary with the first 3 days of time for exploration of the ship and accommodations. This helps passengers get ready for a cruise that will leave the traveler breathless with excursions to Petra and St. Catherine's Monastery to name a few. Costa Cruise Lines may have a choice of 2 or 3 ships on which one can take a sea voyage to the beautiful land of Jordan. The fare for this cruise depends on the cabin or suite the traveler chooses
This offers the traveler a chance to see Israel and Jordan as never before. With overland tours to striking places as Petra, this cruise is not a miss-out until next time adventure. On the overland tour the traveler will see sites such as the Valley of the Kings in Luxor. These excursions can last overnight as the traveler treks through ruins and historical sites. With tours through Petra and across desert landscapes, the traveler should always remember the essentials of sun protection, hats, good walking or hiking shoes and plenty of water for drinking.
P & O Cruises
The P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises and Azamara Cruises, offer cruises to Jordan and United Arab Emirates. With a variety of places to go, these cruise lines will give the traveler a choice of where they would like to leave from. They will get to experience Jordan and historical lands that were mentioned in the Bible and bask in the sun on the beaches of the Red Sea or take in the sites of Aqaba.
Middle Eastern Odessey
This is a 19-day cruise starting in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and sailing to Muscat, Oman, along with a 9-hour visit to Jordan. Leaving some time for exploration of the ancient cities that surround the Red Sea port of Aqaba the guests will still find plenty to entertain themselves once they go ashore. Shopping and fine food await the travelers.
March 30, 2010 new by piyushjain