The Middle East has some of the greatest deserts in the world, as well as snowy mountains, tropical forests, and globally popular rivers. Here are five natural wonders to see in the Middle East.
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Want to visit Jerusalem while staying in Tel Aviv? Here is how to get to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv
St. George and JR Wines are two top wineries in Jordan. Visit their tasting rooms near Amman or visit their vineyards in the northern region.
We hadn’t planned to experience Ramadan in Jordan and Yom Kippur in Israel back-to-back, but the result was a rewarding and unique travel experience.
Filmmaker Neil Sandoz spent three months in the city of Aswan, Egypt in a small Nubian village called Gabil Tagog. He immediately fell in love with the people, culture and cuisine of this small community on the banks of the Nile.
Christmas shopping takes on a whole new flavor at the ultra-modern Wafi City Mall in Dubai.
Israel is the birthplace of three world religions and is steeped in history. Here’s our list of the best things to see and do in the Holy Land.
Getting lost on Mt. Sinai leads to a front row seat for one of nature’s amazing displays.
There’s much more to see in Egypt than just the pyramids and the other major attractions. Discover five hidden treasures that most travelers don’t know exist.
The once lost city of Petra, hidden in a deep canyon in southwest Jordan, is an archaeological site rivaling any in the world. Here’s an inside look at this magnificent historical treasure.
One of the nicest and most distinct Israeli traditions is food, and there are street food kiosks on every corner. Here’s our guide on local favorite street foods in Israel.
Elayne Jude offers her fashionable insight on what to wear when visiting a Muslim country.