Middle East Tour Packages

The Middle East tour packages are fascinating tourist destinations with rich history, proud traditions, and breath-taking landscapes. The Middle East tour packages are more than history.Its bustling cities easily meet 21st-century demands. Cities like Istanbul in Turkey, Beirut in Lebanon, and Isfahan in Iran have vibrant cultures and cuisines. Dubai, in the UAE, is all about bling, from skyscrapers to luxury cars. Doha, Qatar, and Tel Aviv, Israel are stylish and intriguing.

The Middle East Tour packages are dripping with heritage. It’s not something you find in museums, but rather part of daily life. Throughout the region are atmospheric historical districts, ancient but ornate temples, and grand palaces.

Large Pyramids in Egypt, complex carvings in Jordan, and the bending lines of Turkey’s Blue Mosque display the true talent and devotion of craftsmen. Maybe they were inspired by the Middle East’s natural wonders.

There are barren deserts, scenic fertile regions, and even snowy peaks in the winter. Highlights include Jordan’s Wadi Rum, Turkey’s Cappadocia, and the Dead Sea’s saline expanse. The Mediterranean beaches of Turkey, Cyprus, and Lebanon are lovely, and the Red Sea’s coral and fish delight divers.

Things to do in the Middle East

  • Climb the World’s Tallest Building. The Burj Khalifa’s observation deck offers a breath-taking perspective of the glistening cityscape of Dubai spread out underneath
  • Take advantage of Bedouin Hospitality
  • Wadi Rum can be explored with the help of native Bedouin tribesmen, who will share their history and traditions with you.
  • Soak in the buoyant waters, bathe your skin in the mineral-rich black mud, and unwind as you float effortlessly while taking in the scenery.
  • The rock face of this historic city has been carved with famous facades, allowing visitors to step back in time and experience another age. Over 1,000 candles light up the Rose Red City at night, making it a stunning sight to behold.
  • The pharaohs who dreamed up these monumental structures and the laborers who built them are honored by their presence in the sand-swept countryside. Eye-catching, provocative to the imagination.
  • The immense deserts of the Middle East beckon adventurers, and what could be better than a safari across the dunes? Both camel safaris and keeper safaris are available for desert exploration. A bonfire, a tent, and sleeping under the stars are all part of the experience of nighttime camping.
  • Rides in hot air balloons early in the morning are both stunning and calming. If you want to go on an adventure, you can include these kinds of activities, which are appropriate for people of any age. The day will get off to a great start with a hearty breakfast.
  • This is a must-do for any water enthusiast. Artificial beaches have been built in many Middle Eastern countries, most notably in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which make for excellent Scuba diving locations.

Best Middle East Tour Packages from India


The Classic Israel Tour Package – Arrival On Friday 10 Days 9 Nights

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Best Jordan Tour Package – Middle East 11 Days 10 Nights

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Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Breathtaking Best Dubai Tour Package for 6 Days 5 Nights

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Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Unlimited Fun Tour Package of Dubai 7 Days 6 Nights

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Trip To BibIeland Israel Tour Package Monday Arrival: 8 Days / 7 Nights

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Surroundings Of Jerusalem Israel Tour Package Arrival Tuesday 6 Days 5 Nights

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İstanbul, Turkey

Outstanding Istanbul Turkey Tour Package – 4 Days 3 NIGHTS

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İstanbul, Turkey

Istanbul and Cappadocia Turkey Tour Package 6 Days 5 Nights

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İstanbul, Turkey

Magnificent Turkey Tour Package 8 Days 7 Nights

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Amman, Jordan

Discovery of Jordan – Amman Tour Package 8 Days 7 Nights

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Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Popular Dubai Tour Package From India – 5 Days 4 Nights

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Muscat, Oman

Oman Special Muscat Tour Package 4 Days 3 Nights

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Places To Visit In Middle-East

Middle East's bustling cities easily meet 21st-century demands. Cities like Istanbul in Turkey, Beirut in Lebanon, and Isfahan in Iran have vibrant cultures and cuisines. Dubai, in the UAE, is all about bling, from skyscrapers to luxury cars.  Doha, Qatar, and Tel Aviv, Israel are stylish and intriguing.

  • Egypt’s pavement meets the sand.
  • Contrast the vibrant Cairo with the ageless pyramids and desert quiet.
  • Begin with an open-air bazaar and ends with the Pharaoh’s treasures.
  • Sail the Nile in a luxury cruise liner or a felucca.
  • Egypt has it all: ancient wonders, limitless golden sands, and evocative souqs.
  • The towering glory of the Pyramids of Giza and the world’s most famous lion with a human head must be seen to be believed in Egypt (the iconic Sphinx). Only in Egypt can you sail into the Nile sunset on a felucca, ride a camel into Luxor’s Valley of the Kings, and float face up in the sparkling vastness of the Red Sea.
  • Take a moment in Egypt.
  • When individuals use the term ‘exotic,’ they are almost certainly referring to destinations like Morocco.
  • Places where it is not uncommon to ride a camel over dunes while the sun shimmers brilliantly on the horizon.
  • Where taglines are saffron and argan-infused, carpet merchants bargain in bazaars, and Berber tribesmen herd goats on the High Atlas Mountains’ slopes.
  • A Morocco vacation is essentially the fulfillment of all your Lawrence of Arabia fantasies (complete with swirling white djellabas): you’ll stay in medieval riads, camp beneath the Saharan skies, and experience traditional Maghreb hospitality (usually featuring plenty of couscouses).
  • Whether it’s the wind-blasted coastal town of Essaouira or the crumbling Kasbahs and oasis of the deep desert, the word ‘exotic’ is an understatement.
  • Whether you’re looking for bustling metropolises teeming with global inhabitants, quaint mountain towns dotted with hamlets, or vast deserts home to the nomadic Bedouin, Jordan has it all.
  • You may travel to Jordan to visit the ruins of Petra, but you’ll leave having seen much more, thanks to the cosmopolitan cafes of Amman, the tranquility of Mount Dana, and the historical treasures of Madaba.


  • Israel is the birthplace of the three great monotheistic religions, with Jerusalem serving as their spiritual heartland.
  • The Galilee’s verdant hills are dotted with Arab and Jewish settlements, as well as historic archaeological monuments dating back thousands of years.
  • The Dead Sea, located deep within the Judean desert, is the lowest point on the planet.
  • Its mud is believed to be a treatment for several illnesses, and its water is so buoyant that anyone can contentedly float in it without sinking.
  • Visiting Israel and the Palestinian Territories on a pilgrimage opens the door to a world of ancient legends, faith-driven worshippers, and delectable cuisine.
  • Discover for yourself that this old-new country, nicknamed “the Miracle on the Mediterranean,” certainly lives up to its namesake, whether you choose to roam the region with the Bible as your guidebook or gravitate to the bustling nightlife, stunning beaches, and mouth-watering cuisine of Tel Aviv.
  • For many travelers, the United Arab Emirates represents nothing more than a place to rest their weary heads.
  • The truth is, however, that individuals who regard the country to be nothing more than a figurative pit stop are missing out on a lot of opportunities.
  • Beyond Abu Dhabi’s skyscrapers and in between Dubai’s shopping malls, a plethora of real-world adventures is waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.
  • Climb aboard a camel and take a lope through the desert dunes…or hire a helicopter.
  • You can dine with Bedouins or with fish in an aquarium at a restaurant, depending on your preference.
  • Alternatively, visit an old spice bazaar or use vending machines to withdraw gold bars.
  • The United Arab Emirates, with its dizzying blend of Middle Eastern and Western culture, is one of the world’s most luxurious vacation destinations.
  • This is a country of extremes, with everything from enormous red deserts to the air-conditioned inside of the world’s largest mall to explore.
  • In comparison to many of its oil-rich and somewhat ostentatious neighbors, Oman’s contemporary growth has been relatively slow-paced, with the country’s easygoing affability serving as the country’s payoff.
  • Fortress-like Portuguese fortifications and peaceful fishing villages dot the shorelines of the country’s remote coastlines, while stunning desert dunes and oases dot the interior and traditionally dressed Bedouins can be spotted drifting through the spice-filled souqs.
  • Best of all, because their portion of the Arabian Gulf has long acted as a stopover point for centuries of commercial traders and explorers, the Omanis are consummate hosts, always eager to show off their country’s commodities and welcome visitors to their country.
  • Move away from the “east meets west” cliche used to describe Turkey.
  • The country is more than that, and a lot of that is because of its interesting geography and long history.
  • The best thing about holiday packages in Turkey is that they let you see this great mix of exotic and well-known places.
  • Transcontinental Turkey is an oblong peninsula that is part of Europe and part of Asia.
  • It is part of Europe and part of Asia.
  • With Bulgaria and Greece to the north, Georgia to the east, Iran, Armenia, and Azerbaijan to the east, Iraq to the south, and the Aegean Sea to the west, Turkey is the country’s largest country, with Kurds making up the majority of the population.
  • This means that when you go on a trip to Turkey, you will not only see Istanbul, which is the country’s most beautiful and important city and the financial center.
  • You will also visit the country’s capital city of Ankara.
  • Turkey has a lot of different influences from the Balkans, the Middle East, Central Asia, and the Mediterranean.
  • This is why there are churches and mosques next to each other, and you can see Roman theatre and temple ruins near the Hittite cities.
  • Classical music concerts or football games are just as important as gypsy festivals and dervish rituals.


Because United Arab Emirates is a great place to go on vacation, this is true: If you want to get the best deals, October to April are months to go. On the other hand, this is the most expensive time to go. The United Arab Emirates is a great place to visit during peak season if you like to be excited. When it’s less crowded, you can avoid the crowds
Though most countries in the Middle East are thought to be liberal and allow people to dress how they want, there are some that aren’t. But it’s best to dress properly when you visit a religious place.
There isn’t anything you have to do, but it’s always a good thing if you give good service a tip. Almost all goods and services are taxed, but you can choose to tip if you want to.
Mecca is home to the Masjid Al-Haram. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is a popular tourist attraction in Abu Dhabi. The Blue Mosque in Istanbul is shown here. The Al-Aqsa Mosque is located in Jerusalem. In Beirut, there is a Maronite Church. The Eastern Catholic Church is a branch of the Catholic Church.
The Middle East is a big area that has a lot of different countries in it. Air is the only way to get to any of these places. Airports in the Middle East are very well connected to other cities in other parts of the world. All the major cities have separate international airports that are very well connected.
Book Middle East trips from September to November and March to May. During this time, the temperature isn’t too hot or too humid, so it’s not too bad. They are hot but not unbearable, and there is no rain at all.
To find Middle East vacations, go to IMAD Travels and look for deals. All of IMAD Travels Middle trip tour packages are designed to give you a comprehensive overview of the nation, with plenty of fun and educational activities thrown in for good measure.

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