Hi please can anyone provide transfers/guides for good price with contact emails please. I am going to Jordan in a few weeks and want to go from Amman to Mount Nebo, Madaba and Dead Sea. Thank you.
Hello dear and thank you for your question Nebo is a lovely area and a rare view in the whole word Mount Nebo is accessible also through local guided full day tours - there are plenty of them hosted on tripadvisors, and they are mostly good in comfy buses. We also suggest you call the drivers numbers handed over by our fellows from the trip advisors community as having a local helps you also make non guided plans ; Extra tips: a journey to mount Nebo must also include other sightseings in the area so don't miss: • swimming in the dead sea (even for non swimmers) and mudding your skin • visiting the "maghtas" area (baptism site of JC) • visiting maeen falls (among the hottest waters on teh whole planet) Have a lovely journey
Hello, anyone could tell me how much time do I need to be in Mount Nebo and in the Baptism site please?
Travel time to Mt. Nebo by car would take 45 to 60 mins. Travel time from Nebo to Baptism site will be around 60 min to 75 min by car. You can spend from 1hr to 2hrs depending on interest at each location.
Is it possible to travel without a formal guide from Jerusalem to Mount Nebo ? What is the best plan for doing that? Get a visa in advance? (We are going to Israel in September) I have read that it might be best to get a one entry visa at Beit She’an / Sheikh Hussein. Do you travel by taxi from the border to Mount Nebo? Any suggestions?
I don't think the Jordanians will let an Israeli guide come over as they get along but don't really like each other. I have never been to Israel but I have heard that border crossings can take up to 3 hours each way, so plan for that. Once you are in Jordan it is really easy to drive to Mt Nebo. You can use google maps to route yourself in a rental car. And at Mt Nebo a guide is not necessary. Many if not all the exhibits are marked in English. I would not take a taxi from the border. I would see about getting a rental car if possible. I wonder if you can drive a car over from Israel?
What is the dress code for this site?
No special attire required at Mount Nebo which is not so much a church as a museum but always advise tourists to dress conservatively in Jordan i.e. no bare shoulders or shorts. Jeans and tee shirts are fine. NB that Mount Nebo is very very cold due to the wind.
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