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What a better time than now to experience all the history, majesty, miracles, and prophecy that awaits us in the land of the Bible! Join us in Israel on one of the best Christian Holy Land pilgrimage tour to explore a country that is rich in culture and histor... More
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Tour Itinerary

DAY 01    |    

Arrive Amman

Welcome to your 'Cox & Kings Holyland Sojourn' tour!
On arrival, your Cox & Kings representative will greet you at the 'meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel and check-in (check-in after 1400 hours).
Here begins your memorable 'HOLY LAND JOURNEY'.

Overnight in Amman.

Dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 02    |    

Amman - Tiberias

Today after breakfast, proceed for an orientation tour of Amman the capital of Jordan, is a modern city with numerous ancient ruins.

Later, visit to Madaba and Mount Nebo. The trip south of Amman along the 5,000 years old King's Highway is one of the most memorable journeys in the Holy Land, passing through a string of ancient sites. The first city along the way from the north is Madaba, "the City of Mosaics" which has been intermittently inhabited for nearly 3,500 years.

The main attraction of this city is a wonderfully vivid, six-century Byzantine mosaic map showing Jerusalem and other holy sites; there are also literally hundreds of other mosaics scattered throughout Madaba's churches and homes. Continue thereafter to visit Mount Nebo, the memorial of Moses, and the presumed site of the prophet's death and burial. Mount Nebo, commands a spectacular view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea.

Overnight in Amman.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 03    |    

Amman - Tiberias

Today, embark to visit Tiberias. En route enjoy visit Capernaum, believed to have been Jesus' home and the centre of His ministry after leaving His birth town of Nazareth.

Then, proceed to visit the Church of Multiplication at Tabgha, testament to the Miracle of the Multiplication of the loaves and fishes and the expressive Church of the Beatitudes - here Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount.

Continue to Church of Primacy of Peter, the place where Jesus made Peter the "Shepherd of His People". Later drive through the landscapes of Galilee and ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing Boat on the Sea of Galilee, where he calmed the storm and walked on water.

Finally stop by at River Jordan where Jesus was baptized.

Overnight in Tiberias.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 04    |    

Tiberias - Bethlehem

Today, depart for Bethlehem via the Jordan Valley. En route visit MountTabor to visit the Basilica of the Transfiguration. Later visit Nazareth where Jesus spent his boyhood and lived with Joseph and Mary also visit the Annunciation Church, ''the announcement of the Angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary of the approaching virgin birth'', we will also visit the St. Joseph the Carpenter and Mary's Well.

Then we visit Cana where Jesus did his first Miracle ''the transformation of water into wine'' .Continue to Haifa City to visit Stella Maris and Elijah's Caves. Later drive to Jaffa to visit Peter's Church the House of Simon the Tanner, the Old City of Jaffa.

Post dinner, continue your drive to your hotel in Bethlehem and check- in.

Overnight in Bethlehem.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 05    |    

Bethlehem

This morning, drive to Mount of Olives to visit the Church of the Ascension, Pater Noster Church, The Dominos Flevit Church, where Jesus wept over Jerusalem shortly before the destruction of the second temple followed by visiting the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus has been captured by the Romans after he has been betrayed by Judas.

Later proceed to Mt. Zion to the cenacle, the room for the last supper and dome of King David. Next, onto the Church of St. Peter of Gallicantu. It was here that Peter denied Jesus fulfilling the Last Supper prophecy.

Next, enjoy a guided city tour of Bethlehem, where David tended His flocks until he was anointed King of Israel, the Angel announced the birth of Jesus to the shepherds of Bethlehem during the reign of King Herod and Jesus was born.

End your exiting day with visit to the Church of the Nativity and the Shepherd's.

Overnight in Bethlehem.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 06    |    

Bethlehem

Today, embark towards the old city of Jerusalem from Dung Gate to visit the Walling Wall, the Area of the Mosque built on Mount. Moriah (Temple Mount), then walk the traditional Way of the Cross the 14 Stations of the Cross and visit Garden Tomb and then visit the Holy Sepulcher Church and the Empty Tomb of Jesus Christ.

Continue your drive to visit Bethany house of Mary & Martha and the Tomb of Lazarus. Next proceed to visit Jericho the oldest town in the Holy Land visit Sycamore Tree.

Later, visit to view Mt. of Temptation, where Jesus was tempted by the devil followed by visit Dead Sea the lowest spot on earth, 400 Meters below the sea level to swim in the salty waters.

Overnight in Bethlehem.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 07    |    

Bethlehem - St. Catherine

Today, proceed your drive via the beautiful Arava Desert to Taba border, after immigration formalities. proceed to St. Catherine. En route enjoy a panoramic view of the Red Sea.

Overnight in St. Catherine.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 08    |    

St. Catherine - Cairo

Today after breakfast, proceed to visit the Monastery of St. Catherine, one of the oldest functioning Christian monasteries in the world, which houses some of the world's most treasured icons and ancient manuscripts - only the Vatican is said to possess a larger collection of illuminated manuscripts. Visitors can see not only the reputed site of the Burning Bush (where God appeared to Moses), but can also walk to the summit of Mt. Sinai. The monastery chapel is said to contain the rock from which God made the Ten Commandments.

Later, continue your drive to Cairo.
On arrival in Cairo, proceed to your hotel and check-in.

Overnight in Cairo.

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 09    |    

Cairo

Today, spend the morning at the Great Pyramids of Giza, the only surviving Ancient Wonder of the world; Cheops - one of the oldest and largest pyramid on the Giza plateau, Chephren and Mykerinos, and the defending Sphinx - one of the most majestic and enduring monuments of Egypt.
Later embark on the majestic Nile cruise for Dinner

Overinght in Cairo

Breakfast at the hotel, lunch at local restaurant and dinner on board the Nile Cruise.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 10    |    

Homeward Bound

Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'Cox and Kings - Holyland Sojourn' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Please do give us your valuable feedback on feedback@coxandkings.com
Note: The "Holyland Tour" itinerary often operates more than one coach per departure & on certain departures will operate in reverse direction.

Breakfast at the hotel.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

DAY 01    |    
Arrive Amman

Welcome to your 'Cox & Kings Holyland Sojourn' tour!
On arrival, your Cox & Kings representative will greet you at the 'meeting point' at the exit. After immigration and customs, transfer comfortably to your hotel and check-in (check-in after 1400 hours).
Here begins your memorable 'HOLY LAND JOURNEY'.


Overnight in Amman.


Dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 02    |    
Amman - Tiberias

Today after breakfast, proceed for an orientation tour of Amman the capital of Jordan, is a modern city with numerous ancient ruins.

Later, visit to Madaba and Mount Nebo. The trip south of Amman along the 5,000 years old King's Highway is one of the most memorable journeys in the Holy Land, passing through a string of ancient sites. The first city along the way from the north is Madaba, "the City of Mosaics" which has been intermittently inhabited for nearly 3,500 years.

The main attraction of this city is a wonderfully vivid, six-century Byzantine mosaic map showing Jerusalem and other holy sites; there are also literally hundreds of other mosaics scattered throughout Madaba's churches and homes. Continue thereafter to visit Mount Nebo, the memorial of Moses, and the presumed site of the prophet's death and burial. Mount Nebo, commands a spectacular view across the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea.


Overnight in Amman.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 03    |    
Amman - Tiberias

Today, embark to visit Tiberias. En route enjoy visit Capernaum, believed to have been Jesus' home and the centre of His ministry after leaving His birth town of Nazareth.

Then, proceed to visit the Church of Multiplication at Tabgha, testament to the Miracle of the Multiplication of the loaves and fishes and the expressive Church of the Beatitudes - here Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount.

Continue to Church of Primacy of Peter, the place where Jesus made Peter the "Shepherd of His People". Later drive through the landscapes of Galilee and ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing Boat on the Sea of Galilee, where he calmed the storm and walked on water.

Finally stop by at River Jordan where Jesus was baptized.


Overnight in Tiberias.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 04    |    
Tiberias - Bethlehem

Today, depart for Bethlehem via the Jordan Valley. En route visit MountTabor to visit the Basilica of the Transfiguration. Later visit Nazareth where Jesus spent his boyhood and lived with Joseph and Mary also visit the Annunciation Church, ''the announcement of the Angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary of the approaching virgin birth'', we will also visit the St. Joseph the Carpenter and Mary's Well.

Then we visit Cana where Jesus did his first Miracle ''the transformation of water into wine'' .Continue to Haifa City to visit Stella Maris and Elijah's Caves. Later drive to Jaffa to visit Peter's Church the House of Simon the Tanner, the Old City of Jaffa.

Post dinner, continue your drive to your hotel in Bethlehem and check- in.


Overnight in Bethlehem.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 05    |    
Bethlehem

This morning, drive to Mount of Olives to visit the Church of the Ascension, Pater Noster Church, The Dominos Flevit Church, where Jesus wept over Jerusalem shortly before the destruction of the second temple followed by visiting the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus has been captured by the Romans after he has been betrayed by Judas.

Later proceed to Mt. Zion to the cenacle, the room for the last supper and dome of King David. Next, onto the Church of St. Peter of Gallicantu. It was here that Peter denied Jesus fulfilling the Last Supper prophecy.

Next, enjoy a guided city tour of Bethlehem, where David tended His flocks until he was anointed King of Israel, the Angel announced the birth of Jesus to the shepherds of Bethlehem during the reign of King Herod and Jesus was born.

End your exiting day with visit to the Church of the Nativity and the Shepherd's.


Overnight in Bethlehem.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 06    |    
Bethlehem

Today, embark towards the old city of Jerusalem from Dung Gate to visit the Walling Wall, the Area of the Mosque built on Mount. Moriah (Temple Mount), then walk the traditional Way of the Cross the 14 Stations of the Cross and visit Garden Tomb and then visit the Holy Sepulcher Church and the Empty Tomb of Jesus Christ.

Continue your drive to visit Bethany house of Mary & Martha and the Tomb of Lazarus. Next proceed to visit Jericho the oldest town in the Holy Land visit Sycamore Tree.

Later, visit to view Mt. of Temptation, where Jesus was tempted by the devil followed by visit Dead Sea the lowest spot on earth, 400 Meters below the sea level to swim in the salty waters.


Overnight in Bethlehem.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 07    |    
Bethlehem - St. Catherine

Today, proceed your drive via the beautiful Arava Desert to Taba border, after immigration formalities. proceed to St. Catherine. En route enjoy a panoramic view of the Red Sea.


Overnight in St. Catherine.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 08    |    
St. Catherine - Cairo

Today after breakfast, proceed to visit the Monastery of St. Catherine, one of the oldest functioning Christian monasteries in the world, which houses some of the world's most treasured icons and ancient manuscripts - only the Vatican is said to possess a larger collection of illuminated manuscripts. Visitors can see not only the reputed site of the Burning Bush (where God appeared to Moses), but can also walk to the summit of Mt. Sinai. The monastery chapel is said to contain the rock from which God made the Ten Commandments.

Later, continue your drive to Cairo.
On arrival in Cairo, proceed to your hotel and check-in.


Overnight in Cairo.


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner at a local restaurant.


DAY 09    |    
Cairo

Today, spend the morning at the Great Pyramids of Giza, the only surviving Ancient Wonder of the world; Cheops - one of the oldest and largest pyramid on the Giza plateau, Chephren and Mykerinos, and the defending Sphinx - one of the most majestic and enduring monuments of Egypt.
Later embark on the majestic Nile cruise for Dinner


Overinght in Cairo


Breakfast at the hotel, lunch at local restaurant and dinner on board the Nile Cruise.


DAY 10    |    
Homeward Bound

Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home, relive the high points of your 'Cox and Kings - Holyland Sojourn' tour. We are confident you will join us again sometime soon.

Please do give us your valuable feedback on feedback@coxandkings.com
Note: The "Holyland Tour" itinerary often operates more than one coach per departure & on certain departures will operate in reverse direction.



Breakfast at the hotel.


  • Ride like Jesus in a Galilean Fishing boat

  • Experience Via Dolorosa

  • Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza

  • Galilean Fishing Boat

    Galilean Fishing Boat

    A few miles north of Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee is the 'Jesus Boat,' a recently-discovered fishing boat dating to the 1st century A.D.

    The Galilee Boat is apparently the type of boat that was used on the Sea of Galilee for both fishing and transportation across the lake. It is likely that this sort of boat was used by Jesus and his disciples, many of whom were fishermen. Boats played a large role in Jesus life and ministry - they are mentioned 50 times in the Gospels!

    There is no evidence connecting the boat to Jesus or his disciples, but it is certainly tantalizing to think that Jesus may have seen the boat sail by out on the Sea of Galilee or even used it himself. But regardless of its history, the 'Jesus boat' is a fascinating artefact that brings to life many of the Gospel accounts.

  • Via Dolorosa

    Via Dolorosa

    The Via Dolorosa 'Way of Grief', 'Way of Sorrows', 'Way of Suffering' or simply 'Painful Way' is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to His crucification. Each event on His walk has a commemorating chapel.

    Together these chapels comprise the 14 Stations of the Cross. This journey takes you through Pilate's Judgments Hall, the Chapel of the Flagellation where Jesus was first flogged by Roman soldiers, the Ecce Homo Arch, built on the site of Pontius Pilate's mansion, where Pilate looked down upon Jesus and cried 'Behold the Man' and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, marking Golgotha, also called Calvary, the site of the crucifixion.

    This winding route is of great importance to the Christian religion.

  • Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    Great Pyramids of Giza and Sphinx

    The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Necropolis, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.

    The Pyramids were first constructed in the fourth dynasty in the reign of Egyptian King Khufu. Egyptologists believe that the pyramid was built as a tomb over a 10 to 20-year period concluding around 2560 B.C. Initially at 146.5 metres (481 feet), the Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. Originally, the Great Pyramid was covered by casing stones that formed a smooth outer surface; what is seen today is the underlying core structure. Some of the casing stones that once covered the structure can still be seen around the base. There have been varying scientific and alternative theories about the Great Pyramid's construction techniques.

    There are three known chambers inside the Great Pyramid. The lowest chamber is cut into the bedrock upon which the pyramid was built and was unfinished. The so-called Queen's Chamber and King's Chamber are higher up within the pyramid structure. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only pyramid in Egypt known to contain both ascending and descending passages.

Inclusions
  • Cost of round trip economy class excursion airfare.
  • Accommodation at hotels mentioned or similar.
  • Airline / Airport taxes valid for the duration of the tour.
  • Visa charges for Egypt, Jordan and Israel valid for the duration of the tour.
  • Services of Cox & Kings tour manager or local representative.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Surface transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Coach tours, entrance fees, excursions, and sightseeing as specified in the itinerary.
  • Cost of your Overseas Travel insurance valid for the duration of the tour for passengers up to the age of 70 years.
  • Compulsory Tips for the guides and drivers.
Exclusions
  • Cost of US $ 2,50,000 granted by Reserve Bank of India under the Liberalized Remittance Scheme.
  • Any increase in the airfare / taxes / routing charged by the airlines for ticket
  • Airline and hotel surcharges (if applicable) during high / festive season to be paid extra per person.
  • Cost of extension of validity or deviation of the air ticket.
  • Any increase in rate of USD (presently calculated at USD 1 = INR 68) leading to an increase in Tour Cost coming into effect prior to departure. However, the rate prevailing on given day of payment will apply.
  • Porterage at hotels, apartments, airports, seaports, laundry, wines, mineral water, telephone charges, insurance and all items of personal nature, also food and drinks not forming part of the touring group's menu.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in 'What Your Tour Price Includes' box.
  • Goods and Services Tax of 5%
Price
All rates are based on currents ROE USD 1 = INR 72.5. The rate of exchange prevailing on the day of payment will apply.
Ex - Mumbai - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,39,026
(USD 895 +
INR 74,139)
INR 1,39,026
(USD 895 +
INR 74,139)
INR 1,64,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 74,139)
INR 1,17,252
(USD 705 +
INR 66,139)
INR 1,10,726
(USD 615 +
INR 66,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,19,026 INR 1,19,026 INR 1,44,402 INR 1,02,252 INR 95,726 INR 30,000
Ex - Delhi - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,43,026
(USD 895 +
INR 78,139)
INR 1,43,026
(USD 895 +
INR 78,139)
INR 1,68,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 78,139)
INR 1,21,252
(USD 705 +
INR 70,139)
INR 1,14,726
(USD 615 +
INR 70,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,23,026 INR 1,23,026 INR 1,48,402 INR 1,06,252 INR 99,726 INR 30,000
Ex - Kolkata - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,51,026
(USD 895 +
INR 86,139)
INR 1,51,026
(USD 895 +
INR 86,139)
INR 1,76,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 86,139)
INR 1,29,252
(USD 705 +
INR 78,139)
INR 1,22,726
(USD 615 +
INR 78,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,31,026 INR 1,31,026 INR 1,56,402 INR 1,14,252 INR 1,07,726 INR 30,000
Ex - Chennai - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,73,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,26,252
(USD 705 +
INR 75,139)
INR 1,19,726
(USD 615 +
INR 75,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,28,026 INR 1,28,026 INR 1,53,402 INR 1,11,252 INR 1,04,726 INR 30,000
Ex - Bangalore - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,73,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,26,252
(USD 705 +
INR 75,139)
INR 1,19,726
(USD 615 +
INR 75,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,28,026 INR 1,28,026 INR 1,53,402 INR 1,11,252 INR 1,04,726 INR 30,000
Ex - Ahmedabad - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,73,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,26,252
(USD 705 +
INR 75,139)
INR 1,19,726
(USD 615 +
INR 75,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,28,026 INR 1,28,026 INR 1,53,402 INR 1,11,252 INR 1,04,726 INR 30,000
Ex - Hyderabad - Valid from 7th Jul, 2018 to 31st Mar, 2019
Twin Triple Single Child with bed Child without bed Infant
Main Tour Price INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,48,026
(USD 895 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,73,402
(USD 1245 +
INR 83,139)
INR 1,26,252
(USD 705 +
INR 75,139)
INR 1,19,726
(USD 615 +
INR 75,139)
INR 30,000
(USD +
INR 30,000)
Discount Offer INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 20,000 INR 15,000 INR 15,000 INR 0
Total in INR After Discount INR 1,28,026 INR 1,28,026 INR 1,53,402 INR 1,11,252 INR 1,04,726 INR 30,000
Unsecured Reservation Fee INR 3000 per person.
Interest free non-refundable booking amount and Note INR 30000 per person ( Interest free and non - refundable) adjusted against the tour cost

Important Note
    • A part of your tour price will be taken in USDs from your LRS as per the RBI / GOI regulations.
    • Subject to availability of flights and connections, passengers from other cities can take this tour directly from their city by paying an additional amount as applicable per person plus airport and government taxes. Please check with our Sales Officer for details.
    • Child without bed - Is an individual under 12 years of age, sharing the room with 2 full paying adults and without a bed / cot.
    • For two adults & two children (both under 12 years) rooming together, the 1st child will have to pay 'child with bed' price and the 2nd child will pay 'child without bed' price.
    • In case of 3 adults or 2 adults + 2 children or 2 adults + 1 child with bed in a room, 2 queen-sized beds will be provided.
    • Maximum 3 adults are allowed per room.
    • Additional supplements on account of fuel hikes as and when received would be applicable with immediate effect.
    • Once an air ticket is issued, date change penalty and rerouting charges (as applicable) will be charged. Check with our Sales Officer for the applicable charges.
    • This itinerary often operates more than one coach per departure & on certain departures will operate in reverse direction.
    • The right to vary, amend, alter or withdraw any particular itinerary, departure or excursion rests entirely with the company. Due to demand of a particular airline the in / out points may change. Services however, will remain unchanged.
    • All meals as mentioned in the above itinerary are pre set & a-la carte is not possible.
    • Any damages caused to the hotel rooms / coach during your stay, shall be borne by the concerned passengers.
    • The company shall not accept any liability or responsibility for any damages, loss of baggage, loss, injury, accident, death, breakdown or irregularity, which may occur in carrying out tour arrangements due to weather conditions, strikes, war, quarantine or any other cause whatsoever and all such loss or expenses must be borne by the passengers.
    • The management reserves the right to claim any additional expenses incurred due to delay or changes in schedules of train, airplane, bus, ship or any other services.
    • 15. The tour manager and driver will do their best to get you as close to the monuments as possible, because in some cities coaches are restricted.
    • There are no refunds for any services i.e. meals, sightseeing, etc not utilized on your tour.
    • On days when certain attractions, sights, monuments, museums, etc. are closed, the tour manager reserves the right to amend the Itinerary / cancel the visit.
    • For convenience of our passengers, we will sometimes amend the itinerary. However the services remain unchanged.
    • On certain days, local lunches will be provided.
    • For passengers from other cities joining this tour in Mumbai / Delhi / Ahmedabad / Bengaluru/Chennai/Hyderabad/ Kolkata, the cost of to & fro domestic travel is not included in the Tour Price.
    • The tour price mentioned is applicable provided there are 20 full paying adults travelling on the tour departure. If the mentioned group size is not met passengers will travel on FIT basis. In such a case, FIT supplement will apply & travel arrangements may change or passengers may be given an option to travel on alternate dates with prevailing surcharges.
    • Services of a Cox & Kings Tour Manager will not be provided if the group size on a particular departure is below 20 full paying adults.
    • Under the GST Free Offer, Cox & Kings will bear 5% of GST on your final Invoice Amount which will be credited as a discount. Please refer to our Duniya Dekho Terms & Conditions and Offer Booklet for all details.
Dates
  • Mumbai
  • Delhi
  • Kolkata
  • Chennai
  • Bangalore
  • Ahmedabad
  • Hyderabad
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
October 2018 - 10,24
November 2018 - 14
December 2018 - 05
January 2019 - 23,30
February 2019 - 20
March 2019 - 13,20
Map
ExoticMap
Sightseeing
  • Amman
  • Tiberias
  • Bethlehem
  • St. Catherine
  • Cairo
Amman
Guided city tour of Amman, Visit Mount Nebo and Visit Madaba.
Tiberias
Visit to Cana, Visit Basilica of Annunciation, Ride in a Fishing Boat, Visit Capernaum, Visit Church of Primacy of Peter.
Bethlehem
Bethlehem city tour, Visit Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Visit Old city of Jerusalem, Visit Dead Sea.
St. Catherine
Visit Monastery of St. Catherine.
Cairo
Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza and The Sphinx.
Optionals
There are no optional excursions for this package
Hotels Info
City Hotel Name No of Nights
Amman
Le Vendome Hotel Or Similar
4
Tiberias
Restal Or Similar
2
Bethlehem
Hotel Mount David Or Similar
6
St. Catherine
Hotel Plaza Or Similar
2
Cairo
Horizon Pyramids Hotel Or Similar
4
Visa
You must be in possession of a valid Jordan, Israel and Egypt visas. The cost of this visa is included in Main Tour Price. It is compulsory to do visas through Cox & Kings only. Personal appearance for interview / finger printing / biometrics is required at Embassy / Consulate. Costs incurred for travel for such reasons is not included in the above tour price. Visa fees are presently calculated as on 01st December 2016 and subject to revision by Embassy / Consulates from time to time. In such a case additional charges may be applicable. All documents for the visa to be submitted at least 01 month prior to the departure date.
How To Book
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    sold under the brand 'Duniya Dekho'.
    All our products are sold subject to these
    Terms and Conditions, as amended from time
    to time and the contract between you and us
    shall be governed by the same.
    If you book any third party products through
    us, their Terms and Conditions would be
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    Conditions.

  • Indian nationals eligible to travel on Duniya
    Dekho Escorted Group Tours must have a
    valid passport for at least six months or
    as applicable subsequent to the date of
    departure of the tour and have been granted
    the necessary visas, international certificates
    of vaccination, insurance and medical
    insurance, other travel documents and
    clearances etc. required to travel throughout
    the tour. You will have to comply with
    applicable RBI guidelines and Government of
    India rules.

  • You can book Duniya Dekho tours online as
    well as offline.
    You can book ONLINE on www.coxandkings.
    com or through the Cox & Kings offices / our
    Cox & Kings Franchisees shops / through
    our Preferred Agents ("PA") or through your
    own travel agent. For the relevant addresses
    of branch offices and Franchisees of the
    Company and our network please refer to our
    Brochure and Price Grid or online.

  • ? Please complete and sign the Booking
    Form and the Terms and Conditions per
    party after perusing the How to Book
    rules, Terms and Conditions, tour brochure,
    itinerary or website.
    ? In cases where tour participants belong to
    more than one family under a single form,
    it shall be signed by the head / authorized
    person of each family and the same shall
    be construed as acceptance with full
    responsibility of a contract for and on
    behalf of all persons booked.
    ? In case the travel agent or any other
    person signs the Booking Form, it shall
    be conclusively presumed that the tour
    participants had given the necessary
    authority to such lead person / agent
    to sign the Booking Form and Terms
    and Conditions and enter into a binding
    contract on their behalf with the company
    assuming full responsibility thereof.
    ? If you are booking through your Travel
    Agent, you should make all payments to
    your travel agent and the Travel Agent
    would pay the Company on your behalf.

    ? Signing of the Booking Form and Terms
    and Conditions and payment receipt issued
    for initial payment made towards the tour
    cost shall be a legally binding contract
    between the parties.

  • Please refer to the detailed processes listed
    under 'How to Book Online' and 'How to Book
    Offline'

  • Please find a chart of the schedule of payment
    for the Duniya Dekho tours.

    If you are booking your tour within 45 days
    of the departure date, then 100% of the tour
    payments must be made immediately, before
    any service can be provided. This booking will
    be subject to availability.
    NOTE:
    (a) The Reservation fee is non-refundable and
    not secured like the booking amount;
    (b) Booking amount for any add-on packages
    or extension taken with the main tour or
    separately will be Rs. 10,000/- per person.

  • You can secure your non-refundable booking
    amount by paying a nominal fee of Rs. 1000 per
    person. In the unlikely event of you cancelling
    the tour 21 days prior to the departure, this
    scheme protects your booking amount of Rs.
    20,000 against cancellation charges. Secure
    your booking amount scheme is refundable
    only if the cancellation occurs under the
    following situations and documentary proof
    will be required by company to refund the
    booking amount (Conditions Apply):

    ? Death in the immediate Family. (Family
    members are defined as blood relatives)
    ? Major Accident to self or immediate family
    member. (Family members are defined as
    blood relatives)
    ? Major Sickness / Hospitalisation to the
    travelle where travel is not permitted
    under written medical advice from the
    doctor.
    ? Acts of God like Tsunami.
    ? Terrorist Activities like 9/11 and 26/11.
    ? Any travel barred guidelines to the
    destination country by WHO like SARS.
    ? Any political Turbulence in the destination
    country where travel is barred by the
    government.

    Please Note: VISA REJECTION BY CONSULATES
    IS NOT COVERED UNDER THIS SCHEME

  • Please note that we need the passport
    (in original) of each tour participant to
    be submitted to us along with the visa
    documents.. The visa documents are available
    at our sales outlets or you can download
    them from our website which features within
    each itinerary.
    You would have to pay the documentation
    amount as mentioned in the table below. In
    the event of rejection of the UK / USA visas
    by the consulate at least 60 days prior to the
    date of departure an amount of actual visa
    fees plus Rs. 5000 per person towards your
    visa service fees and incidental administrative
    charges will be deducted. However, if this
    falls within the cancellation period, then in
    addition the cancellation policy will also
    apply.

     

    NOTE: Urgent Visas for Europe only shall
    be charged at an additional amount of
    Rs.1,000/- per person. However there is no guarantee that visa will be granted or
    given on time.
    Please note that all the documents
    for processing your visas should reach
    us latest 60 days prior to the date of
    departure of the tour. If you fail to submit
    the documents within the said time limit
    or if your booking is accepted within 45
    days of the departure of the tour, you
    would have to pay urgent visa fees of
    Rs.1000 and if you are not granted the visa
    for any reason, the cancellation policy will
    apply. Please note that urgent visa fees do
    not guarantee the issuance of visas. During
    certain peak times, some visas may take a
    longer time to issue.
    Granting or rejecting visas is at the sole
    discretion of the respective consulate and
    the Company shall not be responsible /
    liable for the same.

  • Apart from visa documentation which is
    available as stated above, please note that
    you will also be required to provide the
    following documentation.
    A)
    a. Copy of PAN card / Form 60 if payment
    of Rs. 20000 or more is made in cash.
    b. Cheque / Demand draft in the name of
    "Cox & Kings Ltd."
    c. Physically signed booking form by the
    traveller
    d. Physically signed Terms and Conditions
    form by the traveller.
    B) We would also require the following
    documents from you, under the Reserve
    Bank of India KYC Guidelines:
    e. Physically signed BTQ form by the
    traveller (Only for international travel)
    f. Signed Photocopy of the first 2 pages
    and last 2 pages of your passport.
    g. Valid Visa issued by the country of visit.
    h. Air Tickets
    i. Proof of Address by way of copies of Bills
    of utility services like Telephone Bill,
    Electricity Bill or Ration Card etc.
    [If the utility bill that you are providing as
    proof of address is in the name of some
    other member of your family, with whom
    you are living and are closely related,
    then you would need to provide us such
    utility bill along with a declaration from
    the person named in such utility bill
    stating that you are a relative and are
    staying with him / her]
    Note : Please note that respective
    destination's immigration can change on
    arrival VISA procedure at any time.

  • All online payments that happen for any of

    the products booked via www.coxandkings.
    com site are secure. Cox & Kings does not
    store the credit card details of any customer
    in their database or in any data backup
    system or retrieval systems. Once you are
    ready to transact you are transferred to the
    bank site. The card details are captured on
    the credit card site and not ours, hence we
    cannot be held responsible / liable for any
    misuse of credit card whatsoever.

  • Please refer to the complete process under
    ?How to Book Online? and ?How to Book
    Offline?.
    1. Online, you can pay by CREDIT CARD
    and transact directly on the site www.
    coxandkings.com. If part payment has
    been made by credit card, the balance
    payment can be made by credit card,
    debit card, netbanking, cheque, demand
    draft or cash as per the process listed
    under ?How to Book Online?.
    2. You can pay by CHEQUE / DEMAND
    DRAFT. The cheque / demand draft
    has to be deposited with any of the
    Cox & Kings Offices or Franchisees or
    Agents. Once the payment is cleared,
    only then will confirmation be made
    and the documentation be released.
    The cancellation policy will apply if
    the payment is not cleared within the
    specified time. The cheque / demand
    draft has to be drawn in favor of ?Cox &
    Kings Ltd.?
    3. You can pay your TRAVEL AGENT who
    would pay the Company on your behalf.
    IMPORTANT: Any payment made to your
    Travel Agent by you would not constitute
    payment to the Company until the
    same is remitted to the account of the
    Company and cleared.
    4. If you are making a CASH PAYMENT
    above Rs. 20,000/- you would have to
    submit a copy of your PAN Card to us and
    an Income Tax declaration.
    NOTE:
    ? On payment of the booking amount
    and the documentation amount /
    full payment, you will receive an
    acknowledgement for the amount paid.
    ? For ONLINE bookings, on the website via
    credit card, you will be able to view the
    monies paid under the ?View Transaction?
    listed on the site.
    ? You will have to pay all bank charges
    including charges relating to credit card
    / debit card / net banking / cheque /
    demand draft at the applicable rate in
    addition to the tour cost.

    ? The Company reserves the right to
    decline your booking / s for any Tour or
    to cancel your booking without assigning
    any reason.
    ? The Non Resident Indians (NRI) and
    Foreign Nationals are required to pay
    the entire tour cost in applicable foreign
    currency for the respective tour.
    ? In case of foreign exchange transactions,
    prevailing rate of exchange on the date
    of the transaction would be applicable.

  • Please check your Invoice for the due date
    of your balance payments of the tour cost.
    This balance payment has to be made 45
    days prior to departure date of the tour. If
    the booking is accepted within 45 days of
    the date of departure of the tour, the entire
    tour cost has to be paid upfront. A delay in
    payment of your tour cost (part payment or
    full payment) can result in a delay in issuing
    your air tickets, processing your visas and
    it would be considered as cancellation of
    your booking from your end and result in
    levy of the applicable Cancellation charges
    as per the cancellation schedule.
    The Company reserves the right to amend
    the prices published in this brochure and
    on the website and to charge accordingly
    in case of currency fluctuations, increase in
    cost of fuel, travel arrangements, special /
    high season charge levied by the suppliers,
    hike in any government taxes or any taxes
    or visa amounts and for any reason etc.
    before the date of departure. All such
    increases in price must be paid for in full
    before your departure.
    If your booking is not accepted by the
    company, the amount paid by you towards
    this booking would be refunded by the
    Company without any interest.

  • Please note that in case of special offers,
    promotions or schemes additional terms
    and conditions of these offers, promotions
    or schemes will be applicable in addition
    to these terms and conditions. You will
    have to adhere to the payment schedule
    prescribed under such offers, promotions
    or schemes in order to be eligible to avail
    benefits under such offers, promotions or
    schemes. If you fail to make the payment
    by the due date and / or do not comply
    with all the terms and conditions of the offer, promotion or scheme you shall not
    be entitled to receive the benefit under
    such offer, promotion or scheme under any
    circumstances.

  • For 'Duniya Dekho' all services will be as
    per those specified / confirmed and will
    be paid for as per the Invoices and Service
    Voucher(s).
    A Service Voucher(s) is the written
    confirmation of your tour and entitles
    you to travel on the tour and must be
    presented by you to the Tour Manager or
    Service Provider as applicable. You will
    receive the Service Voucher(s) (with your
    air-tickets and train tickets, if applicable)
    approximately 2 to 5 days prior to
    departure, provided you adhere to the
    time schedule of documentation and
    payments in full.
    A delay in adhering to the above mentioned
    time frame would result in delay in issuing
    the documents for land arrangements,
    air tickets and arranging the visa / s /
    permits (if applicable) and may result in
    the cancellation of the Tour with applicable
    cancellation charges. No services will be
    provided if the Service Voucher in original is
    not in your possession.
    Important / emergency contact numbers are
    printed on the Service Vouchers and / or the
    briefing sheet provided to you.
    It is the Client's responsibility to check the
    Service Voucher(s) carefully and to let the
    concerned staff at the company's offices or
    Cox & Kings Franchisees or PA (Preferred
    Agents) or the travel agent know immediately
    in the event of any error. In some cases, the
    Client would be handed his internal flight /
    train / hotel vouchers by the Tour Manager /
    representative of the Company on arrival at
    the holiday destination.

     

  • It is entirely your responsibility to hold
    and carry on tour valid travel documents
    including your Passport, which must be
    valid for a period of at least six months or
    as applicable from the date of travel on the
    tour with all required visas and immigration
    clearance (if applicable), confirmed air
    tickets, documents confirming insurance to
    cover risk to life, limb and property for the
    duration of the tour, medical clearances,
    inoculation / vaccination certificates etc.
    as the case may be to be able to travel
    as per your tour itinerary. The costs of
    processing the above travel documents are
    not included in your Tour Cost.

  • It is necessary for you to ensure that you
    have the appropriate passport, which is valid for at least six months or as applicable
    after the date of departure of your tour.
    Furthermore, you will be required to take
    the appropriate visas for going on the tour.
    We provide you visa guidance services for
    which we will charge you. Such charges may
    include not only the actual visa charge and
    costs incurred but also our service charge.
    Please note that UK and USA visas will have
    to be obtained by you directly; however we
    may assist you in preparing and submitting
    the visa application based on documents
    provided by you. Even if you do not get
    your visa, you shall be liable to pay the
    applicable charges. If you already possess a
    visa or wish to do the visa / s on your own,
    you would be entitled only for the refund
    of actual visa / s cost and the portion of
    charges attributable to our service charges
    will still have to be paid by you.
    It is your responsibility to promptly furnish
    to us all documents required for application
    of your visas etc. latest 60 days before the
    departure date. It is your responsibility to
    properly fill in the visa application form.
    In fact, in the current scenario it would be
    far more prudent to furnish all documents
    at least four months before the departure
    date. Given the security concerns and
    the over-cautious approach adopted by
    embassies and consulates, visa processing
    can take quite long. Please note that we
    may receive documents submitted late
    but we are not responsible or liable for
    rejection or non-receipt of visas due to
    inadequate or late submissions. You are
    required to furnish only genuine and valid
    documentation.
    Granting / rejection of visas is the sole
    discretion of embassy / consulate. We only
    act as a facilitator for obtaining visas. You
    may be required to appear personally before
    the embassy / consulate for any interview(s)
    / providing biometrics. The Company shall
    under no circumstances be held liable
    for such rejection of visas and any other
    incidental or consequential loss, damage,
    cost or expense etc. Expressly on the
    aforesaid conditions, you have approached
    the Company for obtaining visas.
    We would not be responsible in any manner
    whatsoever for any clerical error made
    by the concerned embassy / consulate
    regarding the name, attachment of wrong
    photograph, duration and type of visa
    (single / multiple entry) or passport number
    etc. We always use services of reputed
    courier companies for the purpose of
    transmission of passports to the embassies
    / consulates and to our clients in various
    cities. We will not be responsible for any
    loss or damage whether direct, indirect,
    incidental or consequential caused due to
    transmission delays or loss of passport or documents in the course of transmission
    of documents by us to the embassy or to
    you or in the course of transmission of
    documents by the embassy / consulate to
    us. We would however, make best attempts
    to trace your documents or assist you in
    obtaining alternative / certified copies of
    the lost documents.
    If you are unable to travel on the tour
    originally booked by you because either
    you could not get your visa in time or due
    to an error of the part of the embassy /
    consulate, an incorrect visa is issued to you,
    you shall have the option to postpone your
    tour to any other future date or transfer
    your tour to any other tour and in such
    case the amendment fee for the same shall
    apply, in addition to cancellation charges.
    Terms & Conditions shall apply.
    Please note that if the rejection of visa
    is intimated by the embassy / consulate
    within the cancellation period specified
    in the section titled CANCELLATION OF
    BOOKING BY YOU then the cancellation
    charges as appearing in that section
    would apply. Please further note that for
    the purpose of ascertaining the applicable
    cancellation rates, the cancellation would
    be deemed to have been made on the date
    we receive intimation of visa rejection
    from the consulate / embassy. Should
    you choose to re-apply after visa rejection,
    then you shall do so at your own risk and
    cost. If the visa is rejected a second time,
    the applicable cancellation rates shall be
    based on the date of receipt of intimation
    of the rejection of second visa application
    and so the charges will be much higher
    than the rates which would have applied
    on the first rejection. Should we not
    receive any intimation from the consulate
    / embassy either accepting or rejecting a
    visa application before the departure date
    of your tour, the maximum cancellation
    charges shall apply. It is made clear that
    the cancellation charges shall apply in
    addition to the retention of visa service
    charges.

  • Your travel insurance policy is an add on
    benefit to the Trawelltag / Assist product,
    which is included in our tour package.
    You are therefore, entitled to travel
    with an Overseas travel insurance cover
    for the normal duration of the tour. All
    passengers up to the age of 70 years are covered under the insurance policy. All the
    passengers above the age of 70 years have
    to undergo medical tests as stipulated by
    the insurance company after which the
    policies are issued. Pre - existing diseases
    are not covered under this insurance policy.
    An additional charge will be levied if you
    wish to extend the tour for longer than the
    normal tour duration.
    If any adventure sports are included in the
    tour package, you shall avail of the same
    at your own risk having regard to your
    medical condition. We shall not be liable
    for any death, injury or other loss due
    to your participation in such adventure
    sports, and any release form that you may
    be required to sign by such person / service
    provider / club / association / organization
    / hobbyist / institution will be binding.
    Please take note that, in case of death
    of tourist(s) all the arrangements for
    transportation of the dead body including
    procuring the death certificate, post -
    mortem, re - patriation of dead body and all
    personal effects / property and insurance
    claims etc. shall be made by accompanying
    relative and / or accompanying known
    acquaintances of the deceased. Company
    shall not be responsible for extending any
    help for the same. The entire expenses shall
    be borne by the accompanying relative and
    / or accompanying known acquaintances of
    the tourist. The Company or any tour leader
    shall not be responsible for the same. In
    case any of the relatives wants to visit the
    country where the tourist has expired, all
    the necessary arrangements shall be made
    by the said relatives only at his / her cost.
    Please note that you would have a direct
    contractual relation with the insurer
    and we are not in any manner directly
    connected with this relationship. You shall
    directly submit claims to your Insurance
    Company. The Insurance Company shall
    directly pay the settlement amounts to you
    and any dispute in regard to rejection of
    claim or adequacy of settlement amount
    shall be settled by you directly with the
    Insurance Company.

  • As per the present RBI Regulations, all
    resident Indians holding Indian passports
    are entitled to an amount not exceeding
    USD 10,000 or its equivalent per person,
    in one financial year for one or more
    private visits under the Basic Travel Quota.
    All individuals holding valid Passport,
    travelling on business are entitled to
    seek USD 25,000 or its equivalent Foreign
    Currency for every visit. Individuals are
    entitled to combine the BTQ and Business
    Travel quota for their visit abroad. To
    confirm The US Dollar cash limit for any single visit cannot exceed a maximum of
    USD 3000 or its equivalent.

  • You will pay the total tour amount in
    Indian Rupees to Cox & Kings Limited in
    favor of Cox & Kings Ltd along with the
    completed and signed BTQ Form and other
    documents which will be required by us for
    release of the Foreign Exchange towards
    the cost of the tour.
    Please see DOCUMENTATION section for
    documents which have to be provided
    under KYC norms published by the Reserve
    Bank of India.
    It is recommended that the Client should
    avail the foreign exchange component
    of the tour cost from the Company under
    their Basic Travel Quota entitlement.

  • The balance amount of the BTQ after
    deducting your tour cost can be purchased
    by you towards your personal expenses
    while on tour. We recommend that you
    purchase your personal foreign exchange
    requirements from our Foreign Exchange
    Division. It is advisable to carry your
    foreign exchange partly in cash and partly
    in Traveller's Cheques / Currency Card.

  • In case of an amendment / cancellation,
    any new arrangements will be regarded as
    an entirely new booking and will be subject
    to availability and all requests must be
    made and then confirmed in writing and
    the Company reserves the right to make a
    charge of INR 1000 each time a change or
    amendment is made to a confirmed booking
    at the Client?s request. Please note that in
    case the amendment request is made within
    the cancellation period, cancellation charges
    will also apply as if cancellation was effected
    on the day the request for amendment is
    made. The cancellation charges will be in
    addition to the amendment fee. Terms &
    Conditions apply.

  • 'Duniya Dekho' is the Package Tour brand
    for our group escorted tours and the
    Company holds airline seats as a group for
    its passengers on the date of published
    departures from India and return
    reservations to India after the tour. Any
    changes in the departure date or return
    date is purely subject to availability.

  • If you wish to travel in advance or return at a later date after the tour ends and are travelling on an air ticket issued by Cox & Kings, then you must pay the applicable difference between the group airfare within the package holiday tour cost and the market airfare for the changed sector. The same will be quoted by the company to you on your request. Over and above this you are also required to pay an 'Airline Seat Rebooking and Reservation Fee' of Rs. 5,000/- or amount as applicable per person per sector, per change depending on the airline (subject to availability of seats and ticket validity).
    NOTE: You will not be able to avail of the group transfers and accordingly you will have to make your own way to meet up with the group on arrival and / or to your next destination when your tour ends.
  • It is absolutely necessary to have your
    return air seats to India confirmed prior to
    your departure from India.
    If you wish to change the date of your return
    journey after departure from India, you will
    have to pay a "Change in Reservation Fee"
    if any, directly to the airline, subject to
    availability of seats in the same booking
    class. This fee may range between USD 75
    to USD 200 or more per person and we will
    not be responsible for the same. Terms
    and Conditions shall apply.

  • Though you may receive a confirmed air
    ticket for a particular sector, due to over
    booking of seats the airline may offload
    passengers and accommodate them on a
    subsequent flight for which we will not
    be responsible / liable. As you are booked
    on a group fare ticket, please note that
    seat allotment will be done only when
    you physically report at the airport check
    in counter. You are advised to report at
    the airport check in counter at least 3 to
    4 hours prior to the departure time. Seat
    allocation is a matter of airlines discretion
    and availability of seats which is not in the
    control of Cox & Kings. Hence Cox & Kings
    shall not be held responsible / liable if you
    do not get seats together or do not get
    your preferred seats.
    NOTE: In case you are returning on a later
    date after the tour ends, the responsibility
    to re-confirm air tickets 72 hours prior to
    the departure would be solely yours.

     

  • A request in writing for transfer from
    one tour to another 45 days prior to the
    departure will be treated as cancellation
    on that tour and a fresh booking on
    another. In these cases, a transfer Fee of
    Rs.5,000/- per person will be applicable in
    addition to the costs for re-processing your
    visas, medical insurance and air tickets etc
    due to the transfer to another tour. In case
    you transfer within the cancellation period,
    then the cancellation policy will also apply.
    Terms & Conditions shall apply.

     

  • Pre / post tour accommodation / add on
    packages or extensions etc. are available
    to you at special rates. You must ensure
    that you request your Travel Agent for the
    same at the time of booking your tour.

     

  • If you wish to cancel your tour, you must
    intimate the Company as follows provided
    that such intimation should be given on a
    working day within working hours:
    1. By fax at 91 22 2270 9161 followed by
    a written communication to our
    Registered Office listed below OR
    2. By email to contactus@coxandkings.
    com followed by a written
    communication to our Registered Office
    listed below OR
    3. In writing on working days within
    working hours at the Registered Office
    of the Company:
    Cox & Kings Ltd,
    Customer Service, Duniya Dekho,
    Turner Morrison Building,
    16 Bank Street, Fort, Mumbai - 400
    001, India
    If the Booking Form has been signed
    by one or more persons for themselves
    and for others mentioned in the form,
    then the communication signed by such
    signatory / s would be treated as a valid
    communication for cancellation for all
    such persons mentioned in the form.
    Similarly if your Travel Agent cancels, it
    will be deemed and construed that all the
    clients and you are in agreement with the
    same. The computation of the period of
    notice of cancellation shall commence only
    from the time the written request reaches
    the Company at its office in Mumbai on
    working days within office time at the
    details listed above.
    In case of cancellation, the following
    cancellation charges shall apply:

     

    GST of 12.36% applicable over and above all
    mentioned charges

     

    GST of 12.36% applicable over and above all mentioned charges
    It is a clear understanding between the
    parties that for the purpose of this clause
    cancellation can be due to any reason
    whatsoever including the reason of
    inability to participate due to any reason
    including illness, death, court orders, nonavailability
    of travel documents etc. The
    Company shall not be liable to pay any
    compensation, interest or damages to you.
    As per the booking conditions, we
    are constrained to levy the aforesaid
    Cancellation Charges in addition to the
    actual expenditure incurred towards visa,
    travel insurance, retention charges by
    overseas supplier etc. You expressly agree
    to and accept the foregoing clause.

  • We reserve the right to cancel any tour
    prior to departure without assigning any
    reason. In such a situation we would offer
    you alternative tour dates / tours or you
    would have the option of traveling as
    individual travellers or on group tours.
    If the alternative date / tour is not
    acceptable or you do not wish to travel as
    individual travellers, we would refund the
    money paid by you without interest after
    deducting the visa costs, insurance and any
    other cost incurred by us on your behalf.
    However, we would not be responsible or
    liable to pay any compensation or damages
    or consequential loss or to refund any
    other expenses incurred by you.
    However, in the event of the Company
    exercising its rights to amend or alter any
    tour / holiday advertised in their Brochure /
    itinerary after it has been booked but prior
    to departure, you shall have the option to
    continue with the tour / holiday as amended
    or altered or to accept any alternative tour
    / holiday, which the Company may offer. In
    either of these above cases the Company
    shall not be liable to you for any damage,
    additional expenses, consequential loss /
    damage etc. suffered by you or to pay any
    amount as refund.

  • If the tour or any part thereof cannot
    be conducted due to Force Majeure or Vis Majeure, the Company shall not be
    responsible / liable to offer any refund
    to you. However, at its sole discretion,
    the Company may give the refund based
    on various factors such as the number of
    participants, the cancellation policies of
    suppliers like hoteliers, coach operators,
    etc. and the decision of the Company on
    the quantum of refund shall be final and
    binding upon you.
    It would take at least 45 days to process
    the refund (if due).
    It is clearly understood that there shall be
    no refund whatsoever if the Client does
    not or cannot utilize any of the services
    like hotels, sightseeing, rides, cruises,
    meals, entrance fees, optionals etc. due to
    any reason whatsoever.

  • The above conditions would apply to
    clients who book on Duniya Dekho Tours,
    Luxury Escapades Group Tours, Anand
    Yatra, Gaurav Yatra, Instant Holidays and all
    Adhoc Groups or any promotions operated
    by the company from time to time.

  • Book your Tour on our 'Travel Now Pay
    Later' option by paying for your holidays
    in convenient monthly installments. This
    is also subject to the lenders terms and
    conditions.

  • This scheme is available to citizens of
    India between the age of 25 and 60 years,
    self- employed or having salary income.
    You must be a resident of the city selected
    by you from the list below.

  • The scheme is available in limited
    number of cities only. Just call our offices
    for information on your selected holiday
    destination, travel documentation and
    details of the option.
    Tick the option of installments in the
    Booking Form and pay a booking amount
    and choose the EMI plan from 12, 24 or
    36 months that suits you for your balance
    payments. You could even pay part of the
    tour price up front and avail the EMI plan
    for the balance.

  • Our executives will do all documentation
    with the EMI plan right from the pick up
    of your application form and EMI cheques
    after approval. This documentation includes a declaration to be given by the
    traveller in the prescribed format. Your
    contact details will be forwarded to the
    bank and the bank executive will answer
    all the queries relating to the loan scheme
    and advise you on the final status of your
    loan. Once approved, the loan cheque
    would be issued in our name.
    We also have an EMI plan for senior
    employees of select companies and
    persons with good payment history on
    their credit card, car loan, home loan or
    personal loan.

  • Since your visa, ticket, insurance and the
    foreign exchange for your tour can be
    arranged only after the bank approves
    your EMI plan, you will be required to cooperate
    with them in the early completion
    of the EMI plan documentation, so that the
    approval is received by us within 6 days of
    your enquiry or booking.

     

  • Where your sanctioned EMI plan also
    covers the full foreign currency portion
    of the tour price, you need not pay for it
    separately but hand over all the documents
    as per RBI rules viz.
    a. Physically signed BTQ form by the
    traveller (Only for international travel)
    b. Signed Photocopy of the first 2 pages
    and last 2 pages of your passport.
    c. Valid Visa issued by the country of visit.
    d. Air Tickets
    e. Proof of Address by way of copies of Bills
    of utility services like Telephone Bill,
    Electricity Bill or Ration Card etc.
    [If the utility bill that you are providing
    as proof of address is in the name of
    some other member of your family,
    with whom you are living and are
    closely related, then you would need to
    provide us such utility bill along with a
    declaration from the person named in
    such utility bill stating that you are a
    relative and are staying with him / her]
    Also, you would need to provide us the
    following documents:
    f. Physically signed booking form by the
    traveller
    g. Physically signed Terms and Conditions
    form by the traveller. Where you have either opted for or have
    been sanctioned the EMI plan only for part
    of the tour price, the balance INR or foreign
    currency of the tour price should be paid
    directly to us before departure as per the
    payment schedule. Please note that it is
    the discretion of the bank to determine
    the quantum of loan for which you will
    be eligible based on your documentation
    and other relevant factors and all the
    terms and conditions of the same shall be
    binding upon you.

  • Delay in your complying with bank's
    requirements or EMI plan documentation
    beyond 21 days from booking could
    result in cancellation of your booking and
    forfeiture of your booking amount.
    If your EMI plan is not approved for any
    reason, you can still travel by paying up
    the entire tour price up front thereby
    avoiding any cancellation charges. In case
    of cancellation of your tour, the provisions
    relating to cancellation charges would
    apply as per the time frame prescribed
    under the cancellation clause.

  • You will have a direct relation with the
    bank. Please note that our role is limited
    to co-ordination with the banks on your
    behalf. Granting or rejecting of the loan
    application shall be the sole prerogative
    of the concerned bank.
    As to the interpretation of the aforesaid
    terms and conditions, the decision of Cox
    & Kings shall be final and binding upon
    you. The aforesaid terms and conditions
    shall be subject to Mumbai jurisdiction.
    We reserve our right to alter the terms
    & conditions any time without any
    prior notice.

     

  • This How to Book document is subject to
    Mumbai Jurisdiction.

  • In the terms and conditions set out in this
    document, the following terms shall, unless
    contrary to the context, have the meaning
    specified.
    ? "You means the person / s in whose name
    and / or whose behalf the Booking is made.
    Alternatively, the reference may be made
    in the third person as "Tour Participant" /
    "They" / "Client" / "Them" / "His" / "Her".
    ? "We" / "Us" / "Company" means Cox & Kings
    Limited.
    ? "Infant" / "Child" mean respectively a
    person below the age of two years and
    a person more than the age of two and
    below the age of twelve years.
    ? "Contractor" / "Supplier" means supplier of
    any infrastructural facility and shall include
    hotel managements, airlines, caterers,
    restaurants, places of entertainment like
    theme parks, museums, art galleries etc
    shipping company, railway, ferry, cruise,
    coach who are to provide the services to
    the Client.
    ? "Tour Cost" means the tour cost mentioned
    in the Price Grid / brochures / online and
    other payments such as taxes, surcharges
    etc payable by the client to the Company
    ? "Brochure" means printed brochure,
    Website, itinerary, leaflets, booklet, Price
    Grid.
    ? "Website" means www.coxandkings.com.
    ? "Web pages" means pages on the Website
    www.coxandkings.com
    ? "Cancellation Policy" means and includes
    all the cancellation charges levied by
    the company from time to time, third
    party cancellation charges etc. as more
    particularly described hereinbelow or any
    other documents.
    ? "Duniya Dekho" means and includes all
    tours namely Gaurav Yatra tours, Anand
    Yatra tours but is not limited to Duniya
    Dekho Escorted tours, Duniya Dekho
    Group tours, Instant Holidays etc.
    ? "Terms and Conditions" means these terms
    and conditions and includes the How to
    Book Rules, Booking Form, Web Pages,
    Brochure, Price Grid, Itinerary, Promotion
    Booklet and other documents as may be
    notified from time to time"

     

  • We take reasonable care in preparing the
    brochure, price grid, web pages and other
    documents and in describing the services
    therein. However, we are not liable for any
    typographical / printing errors.
    Furthermore, brochures may be printed
    several months in advance and the content
    may not always be fully updated. We
    therefore ask you to confirm the current information by contacting us.
    Please note that the itinerary may have
    changed. The products and services
    displayed may have changed. The photos
    of meals / sightseeing / properties are for
    reference only and may differ from the actual
    meals / sights. Distance between places
    and temperatures are approximate and can
    change depending on travel, road conditions
    and climatic changes. Hotels may have to be
    booked far off from the central place.

  • We reserve the right to alter, amend, change
    or modify the tour package and itineraries
    before or during the tour. We will make
    reasonable efforts to notify you promptly of
    such changes / events sufficiently in advance
    during booking or prior to departure of
    the tour. If such changes / events occur
    during the tour, our tour manager or local
    representative will inform you of the changes
    on the spot and we solicit your full co -
    operation in accepting such circumstantial
    changes. Therefore, no grievance regarding
    any itinerary / service change which we are
    constrained to make, will be entertained
    from the tour participants during or after
    the tour. Please note that promotional offers
    may have different terms and conditions
    which will be in addition to these terms
    and conditions and the requirements of the
    booking deposits, payments, deadlines and
    mode of payment may be defined in such
    promotions which will be over and above
    these terms and conditions.
    Such changes may be necessitated due to
    factors beyond our control such as Force
    Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals, sport
    events, weather conditions, traffic problems,
    overbooking of hotels / flights, cancellation
    / re-routing of flights or railway, closure of
    / restricted entry at a place of sightseeing
    etc. Generally, we try to avoid dates when big
    Fairs, Exhibitions, Olympics etc. and other
    events are held in certain cities as hotels are
    fully booked several years ahead. If you have
    to travel on such dates, you may have to stay
    in alternate hotels or hotels in other cities.
    Due to airline's requirements the points
    of entry and exit in a country may change.
    We may operate more than one coach per
    departure date and may for convenience
    reverse the direction or amend the itinerary.
    Change in itinerary may also be required or
    necessitated on account of actions, inactions,
    defaults or condition of tour participants in
    the group.
    We will make reasonable efforts to keep
    the overall package of services unchanged.
    However, we shall not be liable to refund any
    amount or pay any compensation / damages
    on account of any change in itinerary.

  • Please read carefully and understand the
    contents of the Tour Brochure / itinerary,
    the 'Terms and Conditions', How to Book
    Rules, Price Grid and such other documents
    as may be applicable, as all these will form
    part of your contract with us once you effect
    the booking. To effect the booking, we may
    require you to sign the Booking Form and
    such other documents as we may deem fit
    including (without limitation) the 'Terms &
    Conditions', 'How to Book' rules and 'Price
    Grid' ('collectively Booking Documents').
    Upon executing the Booking Documents
    and on payment of the prescribed nonrefundable
    interest-free booking amount, a
    binding contract shall come into existence.
    We advise you to ensure, before making a
    booking, that you have and / or you will be
    able to provide all the required valid and
    genuine documents and your professional
    qualifications to enable you to apply for visa,
    insurance etc. Please go through our web
    site and check from our staff to ascertain the
    required documentation.
    Please note that guests other than tourist
    are not to be invited on tour by any tourist
    and they are not allowed to use any of the
    services of the tour.

  • In the event you are booking through us
    a tour / travel service of any third party
    operators like Insight Vacations, Star Cruise
    etc, the terms and conditions of such third
    party operators, including their payment
    schedule, cancellation, refund etc shall be
    applicable to you in addition to these Terms
    and Conditions.

  • You can purchase our services from our
    sales outlets, agents or franchises. In the
    alternative, you can register and book your
    tour / services online through our website.
    Our website provides the facility of making
    online booking of tours and services.
    However, we cannot give any guarantee or
    warranty with respect to the website booking

     engine which could malfunction due to
    well-known reasons including software or
    network errors. We have incorporated all
    modern protection technologies to ensure
    that information concerning you or your
    payments is kept secure and confidential.
    It is made clear that the online booking shall
    be effective once you confirm the terms and
    conditions, as follows. During the course of
    online booking on our website, you will have
    the opportunity to go through our terms
    and conditions and privacy policy, which are
    displayed on our website and which you will
    need to confirm and accept in the course of
    booking online. Further, you will also need to
    send us a hard copy of the said signed Terms
    and Conditions confirming that you have
    read, understood and accepted the Terms and
    Conditions and other applicable documents
    including Brochure and / or, Itinerary and /
    or Price Grid and / or promotion booklet etc.
    We would also require a copy of the first two
    pages and last two pages of your passport
    which show the date of your passport,
    place and date of issue and expiry, amongst
    other documentation. Please see under the
    'documentation' section for the list.
    The Company reserves the right to decline
    to register any person / s for any tour or to
    cancel their registration without assigning
    any reason.

  • In case of one or more but not all tour
    participants named in the Booking Form
    sign the Booking Documents, it shall be
    deemed that the signatories have been
    duly authorized by all such tour participants
    to sign on their behalf assuming full
    responsibility and accordingly it shall be
    deemed that all such tour participants have
    signed the booking documents.

     

  • Where tour participants are booking
    through a travel agent, if such travel
    agent signs the Booking Documents, it
    shall be deemed that such signature is
    for and on behalf of all the tour
    participants named in the Booking Form
    assuming full responsibility. It shall be
    deemed and construed that all such tour
    participants have duly authorized the said
    travel agent to sign the Booking Documents
    on their behalf.

     

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Terms & Conditions
  • YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLY WITH TOUR CONDITIONS
    You will have to strictly follow the tour program and comply with the terms and conditions of the various contractors / service providers such as hotels, airlines etc.
    You are responsible to register with the representative of the Company at the appointed date, place and time for departure and you would be treated as a no-show if you fail to do so and the consequences shall be yours entirely. You are required to be punctual and adhere to the time-lines of the tour and of the contractors / service providers. If you are not punctual, you could miss your flight, your coach, your meals etc.

    You shall not behave in a manner which may cause distress or annoyance to other tour participants or to any other person or which may create the risk of danger or damage to property belonging to us or other tour participants, service providers or any other persons. If you misbehave or disturb the decorum of the tour, we may have to terminate your tour. In such an event, no refund or compensation will be paid to you and you will have to bear and pay the expenses for your return travel at your risks and consequences. You shall not carry any item or object, the possession of which is forbidden by any laws, rules or regulations. Nor shall you violate any other laws, rules or regulations of the country in which you are travelling. Should any tour participant misbehave or violate any laws, rules or regulations, we shall have the right to discontinue his / her participation and exclude him / her from the tour at his / her risk, cost and consequences. Should we suffer any damage or liability on account of a tour participant's misbehavior and / or for losses caused to property of third party service providers, we shall be free to separately charge and recover our losses and expenses from him / her.

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