I invite you to join me on this unique tour. After a tour of Egypt, those who wish can join us on a journey through beautiful Jordan.
A wide range of great tours across the continents, accompanied and independently from Mediterra Holidays. Choose one of our group, private or customized Jordan tours that explore every corner of Jordan and you will have the vacation of a lifetime.
Romantic Jordan is teeming with historical treasures, and on an A&K; holiday here, you can explore iconic sites, including the magnificent Petra, in unrivaled comfort and style. With Amman’s cosmopolitan cafes, the tranquility of Dana Hill, and Madaba’s historic treasures, you may come to Jordan to see the ruins of Petra, but you’ll leave with so much more.
Petra The ancient city of Petra was named one of the Seven Wonders of the World in 2007, and after visiting it, it’s not hard to see why. Today, Petra is known for the ancient cultural heritage of Petra, which continues to attract visitors on trips to Jordan. Petra, located in the southwestern desert of Jordan, dates back to 300 BC. about.
Petra is a famous historical and archaeological city located on the slopes of Mount Hor in southern Jordan. Petra If you haven’t explored many archaeological sites on your travels, Petra will inspire you to see more of them. If you’re feeling daring, want to avoid the crowds and discover some of the less visited monuments in Petra, you can visit places like Mount Khubta, Al Madras, or the High Place of Sacrifice.
Most Jordan tours add Wadi Rum to their itinerary including a trip to Petra or Aqaba. Jordan Vacation Packages: Offers travelers the opportunity to visit the many historical, cultural and religious sites in the region. Egypt and Jordan Small Group Tour 2 weeks in Jordan and Egypt, visiting iconic Jordanian attractions.
Day 2 Explore ancient Jerash. This morning we will go on a city tour of Amman to see the Amman Citadel, the Archaeological Museum, the Roman Amphitheater and the Folklore Museum. Amman Most Jordan tours start in the capital and largest city of Amman, a modern metropolis with ancient ruins.
Our stepping stone to Jordan’s fascinating ancient trading history is the White Rock city of Amman, which you can explore at your leisure after dropping off from the airport. Day 1 Welcome to Amman Follow in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia, Crusader knights and the Bedouin tribes who once traversed Jordan, leaving their mark on its mysterious desert landscape. Jordanian crusader knights and Bedouin tribes. After this wonderful day, return to the hotel for dinner and overnight. Discover the stunning contrast on a morning tour of Amman: a unique blend of old and new, ideally located on the rolling hills between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley.
Drive up to the Mount of Olives for stunning panoramic views of the Holy City. From the observation deck of the hills, you can see the Dead Sea, the Jordan River, the city of Jericho or the West Bank and Bethlehem – a great way to see these places from afar.
Drive through the Jordan Valley and the Judean Desert. Visit the beautiful Ein Gedi Falls, an oasis about 1200 feet below sea level. Enriching life in Jordan begins with a visit to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth’s surface, at 1,368 feet below sea level. It is impossible to describe the feelings that you will experience when visiting the ancient, biblical, historical and modern sites of Israel and Jordan.
This evening, join your tour manager and fellow travelers for a farewell dinner. It will be early morning today as you depart for Amman airport and return home filled with memories of rich life experiences in Israel and the nation of Jordan. Return to Amman for your last night in Jordan, enjoying a farewell dinner with fellow travelers. After exploring Aswan, fly to Cairo to check into a hotel for dinner and overnight.
Stay in a luxurious Bedouin tent and immerse yourself in the endless desert landscape. Visit the magical mountain wilderness on a camel ride as you explore and experience an authentic Bedouin experience. Optional Desert Castle Experience Join us as we travel east and south of Amman to visit the desert castles of Jordan, a fine example of Islamic art and architecture.
Travel with us to Jordan on a group tour to discover these treasures and more, celebrate the New Year in the desert, or try something a little different on one of our selected private trips. This unique tour of Egypt and Jordan combines Old World glory and modern glamour. Jerash Some Jordan tours start in Jerash and then continue in Amman.
From barren deserts to towering mountains, fertile wetlands, coastal cliffs and urban cities, Jordan travel offers changing landscapes and varied environments. Modern cities filled with lay citizens, mountainous regions dotted with small villages, and deserts inhabited by Bedouin nomads, Jordan has all this and more. Western influences (especially in Amman and other major cities) have infiltrated Jordanian society, so Jordan now has a mix of Arab customs and modern lifestyles. Despite external influences, Islamic traditions are strong in Jordan: impressive mosques signal the call to prayer five times a day, Ramadan is celebrated annually, and there is some gender segregation.