Special desert tours

Desert Jeep Tour from Eilat to the Timna Valley

Thursday, November 16 at 9:00 – 13:00

Saturday, November 18 at 9:00 – 13:00

Pick up from your hotel

Price:  $65 per person /  $60 child

Not incl: 40 Shekels entrance fees (To be paid on the tour)

Supplement will be applied for private tour  

jeep tour

This 4 hours jeep tour covers the ancient sites of the Timna Valley and the scenic desert views of the Southern Negev and Arava Valley.

The picturesque Timna Valley is a UNESCO site of historical importance. It’s copper mines are amongst the earliest in the world and date back 6,000 years. Famous sights within the Timna Valley include Solomon’s Pillars, the Egyptian Temple, the Mushroom and ancient rock inscriptions. We see the dramatic scenery and fascinating sites while learning about the remarkable people who survived these stark conditions to produce copper for Egypt’s pharaohs.

We leave Timna and ride south taking in the spectacular desert scenery. We tour the highlights of the Arava Valley: The Flamingo pools, the Dom Palms and the spring of Ein Evrona.  The tour is in open 4×4 jeeps with soft tops and the number of participants is limited to preserve the quality of the tour.

A fascinating desert tour, steeped in history, with some of Israel’s finest desert scenery.

For further information and booking please contact:
Ariel Homa


Wind, Sand and Stars - The ultimate Desert Sunset Tour in Eilat Mountains

Friday , November 17 , 14:00-18:00

Saturday , November 18 , 14:00 – 18:00

Pick up from your hotel


Price : $65 per person /  $60 child

Supplement will be applied for private tour

This highly popular 4 hour sunset tour explores the changing scenery of the desert as day turns into night. It covers some of the finest desert scenery in the area during the most picturesque hours of the desert.

The tour gets off road along the most dramatic 4×4 routes and takes in the highlights of the desert surrounding Eilat which boasts some of the most remarkable desert scenery of the Negev Desert. We visit along the way many of the best known sights such as the Flamingo Pools, the Doum Palms, Evrona spring, Wadi Raham and the Statue Valley. As the sun goes down the desert comes to life and we look out for the nocturnal wildlife including gazelles, Ibexes, wolves and hyenas. We take a break to enjoy desert style hospitality and while Bedouin pita bread and sweet desert tea is prepared on a small campfire your guide will share some fascinating insights into the history and geology of the area. As the tour ends we join the main road for a short drive back to Eilat.  

Places are limited to preserve the quality of the tour.

Route: Arava Valley, Flamingo pools, Doum Palms, Evrona Spring and the Statue Valley.

For further information and booking please contact:
Ariel Homa


Petra (Jordan) - Full Day Tour

Starts everyday about 6:50

pick up from your hotel

Price : $263 per person

(border tax $65 per person to be paid locally)

We begin the one day Petra Tour from hotels in Eilat around  6.50 to ensure we are amongst the first to arrive at the border crossing.

Our Eilat office staff will guide you efficiently through the border procedures, as you cross to Jordan your tour guide and tour staff will meet you. Here your Jordanian tour guide will take care of the border procedures and once the visas are issued we are on our way to Petra.

Once aboard the mini bus, you will receive bottled mineral water. It is not permitted to take food or drink into Jordan from Israel, but you may bring an extra bottle of mineral water in your bag if you choose.

You now begin the two-hour drive to Petra. Your specialist guide will give you an in-depth briefing on the history of Jordan and its culture. Nearing Petra we stop at a viewpoint overlooking the town of Wadi Musa (Moses Valley) and on a hilltop in the distance we can see the shrine, which marks the grave of Aaron, Moses’ brother.

Before we start our tour of Petra, we enjoy some local Baklawa (Arabian cake).

From the ‘Visitors Center’ at Petra’s entrance, we walk to the Siq Canyon (400 meters). Arabian horses are available for this short walk, but a tip is expected from the handlers of (2-3 Dinar or 5 dollars), we advise clients not to take these horse rides. It is preferable to walk with the guide to the Siq, this gives a better view of the sights on the way and you don’t miss the introduction to Petra. On the route we see the ‘Silica Quarries’, The Jinn Blocks and the first large site, the ‘Obelisk Tomb’. At the entrance to the Siq we see the stone dam that protects Petra from floods and the ancient drainage channels of the site. Entering the Siq we see the remains of the Arch that marked the entrance to Petra. We also see the beginning of the Petra’s ingenious water system that runs the whole length of the Siq. Within the Siq we find several deities and ancient carvings adorning its towering canyon walls. At the end of the Siq we find Petra’s most renowned monument ‘The Treasury’ (in Arabic; Al Khazneh). Here we take a few minutes for photographs before continuing our tour along the impressive Street of Facades towards the Nabataean Theater. We get an impression of some of the most impressive graves ‘The Royal Tombs’. If time allows, we walk along the Colonnade Street and visit the Great Temple. On the way back to the bus, you have time to take more pictures and to look again at the sites that interested you most.

For those who have difficulty with the walking the whole distance of Petra, carriages for two are available from the treasury and back again at the end of the day. This costs about $30 return journey, paid directly to the handler.

We leave the site and stop at a nearby restaurant in Wadi Mussa for a hearty buffet lunch which is included in the tour price, please remember that drinks are not included with meals and are paid for by the clients, this is usual practice on organized tours. The restaurant enjoys views of the mountainside and the town of Wadi Mussa (Mosses Valley) where Petra is located. We commence our return journey to Aqaba and Eilat. Before returning to the border crossing, time allowing, we stop at Aqaba’s colorful market, here you can get some traditional Arabian sweets, souvenirs, or oriental spices. After getting an impression of Jordan’s only port city, you return to Eilat and your hotel by evening.

For further information and booking please contact:
Ariel Homa
Sport Event Department
Diesenhaus Unitours Incoming Tourism (1998) Ltd.
Official Incoming Travel Agent of the Desert Marathon in Eilat
3 Hamelacha Street, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL
‘:  +972 3 5651368
7: +972 3 6240579


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