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Petra Visit (Regular Tour)  Add to my Quote
Petra-Treasury

Description: Petra, the biggest attraction of Jordan. Petra was first established around the 6th century B.C. by the Nabataean Arabs, a nomadic tribe who settled in the area and laid the foundation of a commercial empire that extended into Syria. With the guide pass the canyon, the so called Siq, to see the most beautiful monument: the Treasury. Continue via the Street of Facades to the Royal Tombs and Pharaoh's Castle. The guide says farewell to you at the restaurant area; free time to explore Petra on your own.

Amman Hotel - Madaba - Mt Nebo - Dead Sea Beach - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Madaba-Church

Description: The town Madaba is famous for its Byzantine mosaic art, as example we visit the 6th century map of Palestine in St. George’s church. Not far away is Mt. Nebo, the place where Prophet Moses gazed at the Promised Land before he died and alleged to be his burial place. You visit an old monastery, overlook the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and parts of the Holy Land. Afterward we drive to the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, where you have leisure time at the beach and the chance to float on water.

Amman Hotel - Baptism Site - Mt Nebo - Madaba - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
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Description: Interested in religious sites? Visit with us Bethany at the Jordan River, the place where the baptism of Jesus Christ by John the Baptist took place. Continue to Mt. Nebo, believed the place where Prophet Moses had the chance to see the Promised Land before he died. You visit the old monastery and overlook the Jordan Valley and parts of the Holy Land. Short ride to Madaba to visit St. George’s Church with the popular mosaic map of Palestine and other Byzantine mosaic art; free time for a stroll in this town.

Amman Hotel - Madaba - Mt Nebo - Wadi Mujib photo stop - Kerak - Petra Hotel  Add to my Quote
View-from-Mt-Nebo

Description: Drive to Mt. Nebo, the place where Prophet Moses gazed at the Promised Land before he died. You visit the old monastery and overlook the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and parts of the Holy Land. After we proceed to Madaba, where to find the famous mosaic 6th century map of Palestine in St. George’s church. Driving along the famous ancient caravan route the King's Way, we have a short stop in Wadi Al-Mujib, a great wide valley with magnificent geological formation. In Kerak visit the famous Crusader castle built by King Baldwin I. of Jerusalem.

Amman Hotel / Amman Airport - Amman City Tour (3 hours) - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
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Description: Discover Amman, Jordan's capital, spreading over 20 hills. The tour includes the visit of the Citadel offering a panoramic view of the traditional part of the city. Here you have time to see the small Archaeological Museum, the remains of the Umayyad Place and the Hercules Temple. In downtown we see the Roman Theatre from 2nd century and the traditional Souqs. Time to stroll in Jabal Amman with its 19th century houses and drive through the modern district Abdoun.

Amman Hotel - Amman City Tour (6 hours) - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Amman-by-Night

Description: Visit the Royal Car Museum (Tuesdays closed) with the collection of the late King Hussein. Drive to downtown to see the Citadel with the Archaeological Museum, the Roman Theatre, the markets (Souq) and past by the Husseini Mosque and Abu Darwish Mosque (entry not allowed for Non-Muslims). Spend time in Jabal Weibdeh, one of the oldest areas in the city, and Jabal Amman with the famous Rainbow Street where you find small shops and cafes as well as the birthhouse of the late King Hussein.

Amman Hotel - Amman by Night Tour (4 hours) - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Amman-Whole-Day-Tour

Description: We’ll pick you from your Amman hotel and start to experience the capital in the evening. On the Citadel hill enjoy a panorama view over hilly Amman. Short stroll along an alley, drive through the busy Souq with the spice market, and continue to Jabal Amman. Mingle with the locals in a coffee shop, and enjoy a tasty dinner in an Arabic restaurant. Then we cruise in the modern parts, passing by the King Hussein Bin Talal Mosque and the areas Abdoun and Dabouk. Pick Up: Winter Time 17:00 – Summer Time 19:00.

Amman Hotel - 3 Desert Castles Tour - Azraq Oasis - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Desert-Castles-Jordan

Description: Visit three of the Desert Castles in eastern Jordan. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Amra Castle with early examples of Omayyad fresco paintings, Qasr Kharanah and the black basalt fort in Azraq where Lawrence of Arabia stayed. Azraq Oasis is a unique wetland reserve in approximately 12,000 square kilometres of desert. You see here several natural and ancient built pools, a seasonally flooded marshland, and a popular place for bird watching in spring and autumn.

Amman Hotel - Jerash - Amman City Tour - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Jerash-Roman-City

Description: Amman is Jordan's capital and had been already mentioned in the Bible as Rabbath Ammon. In downtown visit the Citadel with remains from the Roman to the early Islamic period. Then we have a round in the Archaeological Museum. We stroll via the Souq, to the Roman Theatre from 2nd century with 6000 seats. Drive to Jerash, the best example of a Roman provincial city in the whole Middle East. Visit the forum, Roman colonnaded street, the Nymphaeum and the Temple of Artemis.

Amman Hotel - Jerash - Dead Sea Beach - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Dead-Sea-Salt-Formations

Description: You will drive northward to Jerash, considered as the best example of a Roman provincial city in the whole Middle East. The city comprises paved and colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, handsome theatres, and spacious public squares and plazas. Drive to the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, the lake between Jordan and Israel, a serene area, surrounded by mountains, with sunny weather all year around. Free time to relax at the beach and float on salty waters.

Amman Hotel - Umm Quais - Jerash - Ajloun Castle - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Ajloun-Castle-Visit

Description: The tour takes you to the highlights in northern Jordan. Umm Quais, once known as Gadara, is the first destination with remains of a colonnaded street, a theatre, a mausoleum and a Byzantine church. Here you have an overwhelming view over the north Jordan Valley, the Golan Heights and the Sea of Galilee. In Jerash you see more Roman heritage with the Oval Plaza, the Nymphaeum and the Temple of Artemis. Next stop is the great 12th century Islamic castle in Ajloun.

Amman Hotel - Umm Quais - Pella - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Pella-Jordan

Description: You head in the north of Jordan to the ruins of the ancient towns Umm Quais and Pella. Umm Quais had been already mentioned in the Bible as Gadara, and later become one of the Decapolis cities due to its close location to trade routes. Special beside the black basalt remains is the location with views over Lake Tiberias and the Golan Heights. Continue to Pella, known as Taqabat Fahl, in the Jordan Valley. Here you see the ruins of 6,000 years of history, beginning from the Stone Age to medieval Islamic times.

Ajloun Forest Reserve in Jordan's North  Add to my Quote
Ajloun-Forest-Reserve

Description: Around 90km north of Amman the Ajloun Reserve invites you to hike in oak forests and explore the rural life of the villages in this area. Seven trails ranging from one to nine hours, from easy to difficult, let you explore the hilly countryside. An overnight stay is possible in tented bungalows or cabins with sharing bathroom. If you plan your visit without an overnight in Ajloun be prepared that most of the guided trails start in the morning. Kindly advice if you like to overnight in Ajloun under Additional Info.

Amman Hotel - Madaba - Mt Nebo - Hammamat Main - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Mt-Nebo-Jordan

Description: You head in Madaba town famous for its Byzantine mosaic art. You visit the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George where you can see the 6th century map of the Palestine. Short drive is Mt. Nebo, the place where Prophet Moses gazed at the promised land before he died. From here you can see the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and parts of Holy Land (if the weather is clear). Continue to Hammamat Ma’in, the therapeutic benefit of the thermal spring is known since time of King Herod. It offers treatments including hot baths.

Wadi Mujib Siq Trail close to the Dead Sea  Add to my Quote
Wadi-Mujib-Siq-Trail

Description: Wadi Mujib is the lowest nature reserve in the world, east of the Dead Sea and a 1.5 hours drive from Amman. During the period April until October several water trails are waiting to be explored. The so called Siq Trail can be self guided and you follow a water stream deeper inside the cool canyon. Depending on your fitness level you can scramble along small waterfalls, but the farer you get the higher the water (sometimes up to shoulders). Have some shoes and trousers ready for change after the visit.

Hiking in Dana Nature Reserve  Add to my Quote
Dana-Jordan-View

Description: Dana is the largest nature reserve in Jordan and about a one hours’ drive from Petra and a three hours drive from Amman. There are several trails in the reserve, ranging from easy to difficult, from 1 hour to 8 hours, 5 trails can be followed self guided. The area is characterized by valleys and mountains with a wide range of plant and animal species. If you wish to you can opt to stay in Dana, there are simple hotels and one campsite existent. Kindly advise how many hours you like to hike under Additional Info.

Hiking from Dana to Wadi Feynan  Add to my Quote
Dana-Jordan

Description: If you are interested to see more of Jordan’s beautiful nature this trail gives you the opportunity to connect Dana with Wadi Feynan. It is an easy hike about 14 km, taking you through all vegetation zones of the reserve. In Feynan you can spend the night at the Eco Lodge run by solar power. Here other activities are possible beside hiking, mountain biking or some Bedouin experiences like to spend a day with a shepherd. If you are interested in more Feynan activities please advice under Additional Info.

Hiking in Petra (Upper Part)  Add to my Quote
Petra-Hiking

Description: There are several hiking trails in Petra. This is just one example, the more active traveler will enjoy. Walk to the Obelisk Tomb, from here to Al Madras area, from where you see the Triclinium, reservoirs and further on the Roman Theatre from above. We continue to the High Place of Sacrifice, walking back again we pass by the Roman Soldier Tomb via Wadi Farasa to Qasr Al Bint. You need minimum an average fitness level, the terrain is uneven, you have to climb a lot of 'stairs' and you shall not be afraid of heights.

Petra Hotel - Little Petra - Wadi Rum jeep ride - Wadi Rum Camp  Add to my Quote
Wadi-Rum-Day-Tour

Description: Short drive to the bizarre landscape of Little Petra, visit Siq el-Barid, a miniature Petra with its modest gorge (Siq) that leads into an area of carved tombs and monuments. From here travel 1.5 hours southwards to the protected area of Wadi Rum, one of the most impressing desert landscapes in the world. Here still Bedouins live in a traditional way, and by 4x4 Jeep tour you discover canyons, sand dunes and Nabatean rock inscriptions. Dinner and overnight at camp.

Full Day Wadi Rum Desert with jeep and camel riding  Add to my Quote
Wadi-Rum-Camel-Riding

Description: Morning time meet your Bedouin guide and ride camels to the red sand dunes through Rum and Um Ishrin valley. Stop at Lawrence's Spring and see the Nabatean inscriptions in Anfashiyeh. After lunch break you will continue by 4x4 and visit the natural rock bridges in Jebel Burdah and Um Frouth. Take the opportunity to climb the Um Frouth Bridge. Best way to end the day is with a dinner at one of the camps in Wadi Rum. You can also decide to continue to Aqaba or to Petra.

Wadi Rum - Wadi Araba - Lots Cave - Dead Sea Beach - Amman Hotel  Add to my Quote
Wadi-Araba

Description: In the morning we drive via the Wadi Araba Road, we visit Lots Cave near the town of Safi. This place is where Prophet Lot lived together with his daughters after he fled the sinful cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. We continue to the Dead Sea Beach where you can relax and float at the salty waters, This special area is known to have health benefits since ancient time from Herold the Great up to Queen Cleopatra who enjoyed the curative effects of this amazing place.

Petra Hotel - Little Petra - Wadi Rum jeep ride - Aqaba Hotel  Add to my Quote
Wadi-Rum-Adventure

Description: Morning time we drive to the bizarre landscape of Little Petra, visit Siq el-Barid, a miniature Petra with its modest gorge (Siq) that leads into an area of carved tombs and monuments. From here travel 1.5 hours southwards to the protected area of Wadi Rum, one of the most impressing desert landscapes in the world. Here still Bedouins live in a traditional way, and by 4x4 Jeep tour you discover canyons, sand dunes and Nabatean rock inscriptions. Transfer to your Aqaba hotel.

Aqaba Free Day - Aqaba Hotel  Add to my Quote
Diving-Red-Sea-Aqaba

Description: Free day to enjoy the resort of Aqaba at the Red Sea. Aqaba is famous for its warm water and rich marine life with excellent coral reefs, which makes it a perfect spot for diving and other water sports. Interested in history? Visit the Mamluk Castle built in the 14th century, the Archaeological Museum, once the palace of Sharif Hussein Bin Ali, the founder of the Hashemite dynasty, and the remains of the ancient Islamic town Ayla. Another advantage of Aqaba, it is a duty free shopping zone.

Aqaba Hotel - Wadi Rum Jeep Tour - Aqaba Round - Aqaba Hotel  Add to my Quote
Aqaba-Jordan-Trip

Description: We drive to the protected area of Wadi Rum one of the most magnificent and impressive landscapes in the world. Several Bedouin tribes live here in the traditional way. By 4x4 jeep tour you will explore the area to see sand dunes, canyons and Nabatean Rock Inscriptions. We drive back to Aqaba to have a short round. Aqaba is well known for beach hotels and water sports like scuba diving and snorkelling. We visit Mamluk Port, Sharif Hussein Bin Ali House and you’ll have free time to shop in the Souqs.

Petra Hotel - Little Petra - Shobak - Dana Village - Dead Sea Hotel  Add to my Quote
Dead-Sea-Holidays

Description: This tour takes you to the bizarre landscape of Little Petra, visit Siq el-Barid, a miniature Petra with its modest gorge that leads into an area of carved tombs and monuments. You have free time to explore the Crusader castle Shobak, initially named Krak de Montreal. View the 400 years old Bedouin village Dana, a cluster of small stone houses located at the edge of a cliff with amazing views over the Dana Nature Reserve. The tour ends at your Dead Sea Hotel.

Dead Sea Free Day - Dead Sea Hotel  Add to my Quote
Vacation-Dead-Sea-Jordan

Description: Spend a leisurely day at a Dead Sea Hotel located at the shores of this lake. The area is the lowest point on earth, and the Dead Sea water is more than 8 times saltier then regular sea water. The high salinity is the reason you are floating on the water. The high content of minerals and salts, the weak ultraviolet radiation, the high oxygen content in the atmosphere have positive effects on the health. The dark mud found on the Dead Sea shores has been used for thousands of years for skin care.

Hammamat Ma'in Hot Springs Free Day - Hammamat Ma'in Hotel  Add to my Quote
Hammamat-Main-Jordan

Description: It is believed that Herod the Great visited already the Hot Springs of Hammamat Ma’in for thermal treatment. Why not follow suit and relax at this hot freshwater spring which is located 260 metres below sea level in the Madaba area. The mineral rich waters feed more than one hundred hot and cold springs in the Ma’in valley. Most of this water becomes heated to hyper thermal temperatures before it pours out of the mountain. You can stay there for a day or overnight at the only hotel there, the Evason Hot Springs.

Petra by Night (1.5 to 2 hours)  Add to my Quote
Petra-by-night

Description: Three times a week you can experience the magic of the rock city Petra in the night! Together with other visitors you walk through the Siq, the narrow canyon, until the Treasury. This leg is only lit by candles and the stars. You sit then in front of the Treasury,listen to a Bedouin flute player and sip a cup of tea The tour departs from the Petra Visitor's Center every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evening at 20:30. Kindly note, our company is not the organizer of Petra by Night, so the name is similar.

Dinner with a Family in Petra  Add to my Quote
Maglouba

Description: Enjoy a home-cooked dinner and the hospitality of a modern Bedouin family. Being introduced to Jordanian culture through interaction with locals is an amazing experience that is not included in regular Jordan tours. Jordanians are at their best when hosting you at their home. Enjoy traditional dishes like Maglouba or Mansaf. If you are a vegetarian or on a special diet, this can be certainly considered. Having a meal at the home of a Jordanian family is an unforgettable experience of authentic Jordan.

Dinner Little Petra Camp  Add to my Quote
Little-Petra-Camp

Description: If you have not much time to experience the desert or simply don’t like to camp, you can get a glimpse of the atmosphere by having a dinner in Little Petra. In Nabatean times caravans stopped here and nowadays several Bedouin styled camps are located in this area, just a 10 to 15 minutes ride from Petra. You can have dinner there taste some traditional food in this special atmosphere with the starry sky above you. We drive you to the camp and back to your Petra hotel.

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