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Middle East tours

Middle East
Private and Small Group Guided Tours

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An intersection of religious origins, cultural diversity, and natural beauty
A region that stretches across three continents, the Middle East is both a stunning and complex land of incredible religious, geopolitical, and ecological importance. Home to 17 countries and a vast range of nationalities, cultures, languages, and religions, there are many layers to uncover. Due to decades of conflict and turmoil, it’s sadly an area less-traveled; however, the wealth of experiences to be found there (from the religious to the historical to the culinary to the archaeological) are not to be missed.

The birthplace of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, the region stands out as one of the most important religious, historical, and cultural centers in the world. Full of astounding archaeological relics, natural wonders, and sublime cuisine, the area is a beautifully complicated one that holds appeal for any traveler.
What Context Middle East Travelers Say
9 Reviews (5.0)

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This tour was great and Segev was fantastic. Being local with links to all locals nationalities allowed him to put unique context to things we saw and discussed. He was a very good listener and adjusted things we would see accordingly. He is pleasant and knowledgeable. This was an exceptional experience.
My tour guide was so excellent! She was so knowledgable and easy to be with. It was like spending the day with a friend and I learned so much. Can’t recommend enough.
Segev was an excellent guide. He was knowledgeable, personable, very interested in providing me with the tour I wanted and made every extra effort to ensure that I not only got an insider's tour, his historical wealth of knowledge combined with his ability to relate it to current conditions and issues made it all that much more meaningful. I think Segev might be the most perfect Context guide I have ever had. I feel like I made a new friend. I would recommend, however, suggest providing the local cell number. The crowds are and gates are a bit overwhelming in Jerusalem, so it would be helpful.