Floating in the Dead Sea is a quintessential thing to do in Jordan. The lowest point on Earth accessible by road, this body of water is located at 418 meters below sea level. It practically glows an intense shade of aquamarine – a particularly striking sight next to salt-encrusted rock ledges and barren red mountains […]
Head to the southern region of Jordan, and you’ll be treated to one of the most spectacular landscapes across the globe: Wadi Rum. Also known as the Valley of the Moon, this sandstone and granite rock valley is an otherworldly experience, with towering cliffs, massive dunes, swirling archways, and caverns. It served as the set for much […]
Nothing feels more like traveling back in time than visiting the Jerash ruins. It’s one of the world’s best-preserved ancient Roman cities and features spectacular places to visit, from colonnaded avenues and temples to a massive sports arena that once had a seating capacity of 15,000 spectators.
One of the oldest cities in the world, with over 5,000 years of inhabited history; a religious and cultural epicenter where the holiest ancient sites and renowned historical landmarks, dating back centuries, rest amid a developing modern-day scenery, this is Jerusalem, an intriguing blend where old meets new, where religions and a diverse population of […]