Jordan Islamic Tour offers a culturally immersive journey, exploring the country’s historical and religious significance within the Islamic context. Jordan is home to several important Islamic landmarks, as well as a warm and welcoming local population. Here’s a description of what – Jordan Islamic Tour – to Jordan will entail:
The Amman Citadel, perched on a hill in Amman, houses the Umayyad Palace, which has an impressive dome and intricate Islamic artistry. It’s a site where you can explore the historical roots of Islamic civilization.
We’ll take you to see the blue-domed King Abdullah 1st Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the country. It is a magnificent example of modern Islamic architecture and offers insight into Jordan’s contemporary Islamic identity. However, the late King Hussein built the Mosque in the 1980s as a memorial to his grandfather.
Next, we will move on to see the 7-Sleepers Cave, also known as “Ashab al-Kahf” in Islamic tradition, is believed to be the cave where a group of Christian youths sought refuge from persecution and miraculously slept for centuries. Explore the cave and its surroundings, and learn about the legend that surrounds this site.
We’ll visit Maqam Al-Nabi Shu’ayb, a sacred site believed to be Prophet Shu’ayb’s burial place, an essential Islamic pilgrimage.
Next to the Dead Sea, its unique saline properties offer relaxation and the chance to experience its healing benefits. It’s a memorable stop along the way.
Afterward, we’ll take you to see “Mount Nebo”: According to Islamic tradition, this is where Prophet Musa saw the Promised Land before he passed away. In the afternoon where the Sunset at Karak Castle is just Stunning, the castle consist from a dark maze of stone-vaulted halls and endless passageways. The best-preserved ones are underground and accessible through a massive door.
The castle, however, remains an impressive insight into the architectural and military genius of the Crusaders.
As part of “Heritage and Spirituality”, Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage site with incredible historical and architectural significance. You may explore this ancient Nabatean city and marvel at the stunning Al-Khazneh (The Treasury) carved into the rose-red cliffs.
Whereas touring in Petra is a magnificent experience, trying local Jordanian food is one Great idea offered by the site, We’ve prepared Mansaf for you, the Jordanian’s number 1 favorite dish. However, trying local food will be valuable & entertaining as interacting with friendly locals and experience their culture firsthand.
Wadi Rum: Serene desert beauty, a peaceful pause on your journey, breathtaking landscape to cherish, nature’s tranquility in abundance.