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Backpacking Israel: When to Visit and What to Experience

Damascus Gate at Jerusalem Light Festival (photo: Miriam Mezzera) Thinking of backpacking Israel? As it is one of the more expensive destinations in the Middle East, planning ahead is paramount. Don’t be... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 07-10-16


Israel, The Holy Land

There is a magical land located in the Middle East; it is but a relatively small dot on the map, but has played an enormous role politically and religiously throughout recorded... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 06-10-16


Pic of the Week: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Enjoy this view of The Edge of the World, submitted by a Solo Travel Society member who was traveling near Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. The post Pic of the Week: Riyadh,... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 30-09-16


Mos Eisley Spaceport

New Textures Tutorial One of the very first tutorials I did here on the site was a Textures Tutorial. About a year ago, I updated the whole thing and made it much... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 20-05-16


The Travelettes Guide to Jordan

At the beginning of 2016, after a year of travels, I took the decision to settle down for a few months. And what better way to do so than to actually... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 20-05-16


Meet Israel: From the North to the South – It’s Magical

Old city in Jerusalem (photo: Christian Haugen) Israel is a beautiful and fascinating country to explore. Home to some of the holiest of sites and steeped in rich history, it’s been... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 13-05-16


Springtime in Shiraz Is …

… the smell of citrus blossoms – the fragrance that follows you as you pass numerous orange trees planted as urban vegetation on city streets. It is the smell of running... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 05-05-16


Legendary Amman Street Food at Hashem Restaurant

There’s a reason why nearly every diplomat, celebrity, and Royal family member that has passed through Amman has enjoyed a... The post Legendary Amman Street Food at Hashem Restaurant appeared... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 01-05-16


Jordanian Food: 25 of the Best Dishes You Should Eat

There’s a quote in Jordan and the Middle East that says something along the lines of: “Even when you’re full, you can... The post Jordanian Food: 25 of the Best Dishes You... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 24-04-16


One of Amman’s Best Sesame Bread Sandwiches

Before you ever arrive at the bakery… …In every direction within about a 500 meter radius, you’ll see people walking... The post One of Amman’s Best Sesame Bread Sandwiches appeared... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 20-04-16


Mansaf – The One Dish You Have To Eat in Jordan

Ask just about any Jordanian what food you have to try when you visit Jordan, and you’re pretty likely to... The post Mansaf – The One Dish You Have To... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 14-04-16


48 hours in Muscat, Oman

Muscat may be pretty far off the radar of the average traveler, or even one who’s been around the globe a few times. But for lovers of Arabic souks, Persian teas... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 30-03-16


SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC]

The post SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC] appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - from MELBOURNE To LONDON & EVERYWHERE in between.. 12 MONTHS CHASING THE... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 19-03-16


Floating in the Dead Sea Jordan – Feelings and Facts

When it comes to the Dead Sea Jordan is certainly the place to experience it from. After all it is fed by the Jordan river. As a child I’d stare in... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 04-11-15


Ajloun Castle, Jordan – A fortress with a view

Ajloun Castle. I first laid eyes on it from a fair distance away. Our guide had stopped the car several hills away, trying to point it out on a particularly dusty,... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 19-10-15


Petra, Jordan – Beyond the Treasury

Petra. It was everything I could do to tear myself away from staring transfixed at the treasury. Al Kazneh. The most impressive tomb, which has come to be the iconic representation... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 09-10-15


Petra, Jordan- A Nabatean mystery, the Siq and the Treasury

Petra. This UNESCO world Heritage site, among the 7 modern wonders of the world is pretty much on every traveller’s bucket list. It’s been on mine too. This is one of... Read More

Travel Post by Different Doors on the 30-09-15


Win a Dream Photo Tour of Jordan

One of my all time favourite travel destinations is the beautiful and historically rich Hashemite Kingdon of Jordan. Jordan is where I ran my first photography tour, and I’m thrilled... Read More

Travel Post by Ken Kaminesky on the 09-09-15


7 biggest surprises about Israel

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write When you think of Israel, one of the first few things to come to mind is probably religious. Hosting... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 17-08-15


Photo of the Week: Rock Bridge in Wadi Rum, Jordan

Rock Bridge in Wadi Rum, Jordan Today’s travel photo was captured while on a jeep safari through the rocky desert plains of Wadi Rum in southern Jordan. One of the... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 02-07-15


Discover Iran – Is it Safe to Visit and More Myths Debunked

We are very excited to have Joseph of Travelscapism, back on ThePlanetD to showcase the beauty of Iran. His last guest piece for us was a fascinating photography journey through Bhutan,... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 13-06-15


Pic of the Week: Solo in the Desert

A Solo Travel Society member enjoys the view of the desert between Dubai and Sharjah in this photo from a trip to the United Arab Emirates. The post Pic of the... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 11-06-15


Israel Travel Recommendations – Sleep, Eat & Learn

Wandering Earl During my trip to Israel last month, as is always the case when I travel, I came across some places, some activities and of course, some people, that I... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Earl on the 10-06-15


Dolphin Reef Spa in Eilat, Israel

Those who have visited Israel, or watched the satirical movie “Don’t Mess with Zohan”, will recognize another side of Israelis – one that is not so apparent unless you have befriended... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 07-06-15


My First Trip To Israel

Wandering Earl How quickly everything changes in this land. From city to desert, from one religion to another, from intense culture to untouched nature…this is a land of extremes all packed... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Earl on the 26-05-15


10 things to do in Tel Aviv

10 things to do in Tel Aviv // (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); // ]]> Tel Aviv. One of my favorite cities in the world (not just because my best friend happens... Read More

Travel Post by D Travels round on the 21-04-15


Ma’In Jordan And The Importance Of Finding Private Escapes

Last October, I returned to Jordan for a second trip around the country in an effort to get to know it even better. During my first adventure there I fell... Read More

Travel Post by LandLopers on the 14-04-15


7 awesome things to do in Tel Aviv

I knew little about Tel Aviv when I touched down at the airport of Israel’s seaside getaway. Four days lay ahead of me and I quickly came to realize this was... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 09-04-15


What Traveling in Jordan is Really Like (+4 Short Videos)

With Israel to the left, Syria and Iraq above, and Saudi Arabia hugging its eastern and southern fringes, Jordan is at the crossroads of the Holy Land, as Jews, Muslims and... Read More

Travel Post by Beers and Beans on the 02-04-15


Visiting Bahrain – A Luxury Escape in A Liberal ME State

As you guys may know, I’m on this riduclous journey to every country in the world and having spent ten months solid moving throughout Latin America, Antarctica and the Caribbean last... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 26-03-15