Your total trip with all stops is around 2,300 miles / 3690 km, taking roughly 68 hours for the whole trip. If you want to see every small town along the way, you can get a full list of cities between Dese, Ethiopia and Jerusalem, Israel.
Start from Dese, Ethiopia.
Gondar, Ethiopia is stopping point #1 after driving about 340 km (210 miles) or 3.5 hours.
Al Qadarif, Sudan is stopping point #2 after driving about 360 km (220 miles) or 5.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 700 km or 430 miles over roughly 9 hours of driving.
Umm Durman, Sudan is stopping point #3 after driving about 440 km (270 miles) or 4.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1140 km or 710 miles over roughly 13.5 hours of driving.
Dongola, Sudan is stopping point #4 after driving about 530 km (330 miles) or 5.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1670 km or 1,040 miles over roughly 19 hours of driving.
Wadi Halfa, Sudan is stopping point #5 after driving about 370 km (230 miles) or 4 hours. Your total trip so far is about 2030 km or 1,260 miles over roughly 23 hours of driving.
Luxor, Egypt is stopping point #6 after driving about 590 km (370 miles) or 33 hours. Your total trip so far is about 2620 km or 1,630 miles over roughly 56 hours of driving.
Aqaba, Jordan is stopping point #7 after driving about 580 km (360 miles) or 6 hours. Your total trip so far is about 3210 km or 1,990 miles over roughly 62 hours of driving.
Finally, Jerusalem, Israel is your destination after driving about 490 km (300 miles) or 6.5 hours. Your total trip with all stops is around 3690 km or 2,300 miles, taking roughly 68 hours for the whole trip.
Travelmath helps you figure out where to stop when planning a long road trip from one location to another. The best stopping point for an overnight hotel stay or a break from driving often depends on how far or how long you want to drive before pausing to rest. You can find the closest city to your stopping point to look for hotels, or explore other cities and towns along the route. Use this as a road trip planner when you're driving cross-country or mapping a route with multiple stops.