These tours include accommodation in Jordan and visits to Jordanian attractions such as Amman, Madaba, Mount Nebo and Petra. This private guided and shore excursion will offer guests a great insight into the history of Petra, one of the most visited archaeological sites in Jordan. While Petra is one of Jordan’s most famous ancient sites, it is one of many worth seeing and this 3-day tour will cover much more as well.
Accompanied by a friendly private guide from jordanmw, experience a private tour of the ancient and modern wonders of Petra. The tour includes transportation to and from the site, and for those who wish to enjoy food at a higher level, they can also take it at a local restaurant or hotel.
Stops include Petra, Jerash, Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea, and tours can be customized according to guests’ needs and interests. If you want to plan ahead, with transportation and guides, you can book many Petra day trips locally. Petra is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is definitely a must-visit destination in their lives.
The Port of Aqaba is the stopover for many cruise ships in the Middle East, and from the port, this Petra and Little Petra day tour is a convenient way to keep in touch with the amazing history of the area. The valleys and mountains around Petra and Wadi Musa are full of historical sites, and this tour will introduce guests to the most significant of them up close and personal. Guided Tours Taking advantage of the commercialization of a region whose land of beauty and diversity is itself a marketplace, offering modern, ancient, idyllic and adventurous, Petra Tours is sure to offer its guests the very best in tourism.
Starting in 2021, a one-day ticket to Petra costs 50 JD (57 PS / 70 USD). This guide will help you plan your trip to Petra, from how to get there to ticket prices and the best times to visit. In Petra, remember that you will be on your feet all day, so wear comfortable shoes.
The Petras Visitor Center is open daily from 6:00 to 18:00 in summer and from 6:00 to 16:00 in winter. You will find free Zain Wi-Fi hotspots all over Jordan and I pulled them off my phone near the Petra Visitor Center.
From what to wear and what to see, how to get there and how much it costs, you’ll find the answers to all your questions in this in-depth Petra travel guide. The journey from Amman to Petra takes about three hours, and from Aqaba a little less than two hours
Petra is a famous historical and archeological city, located on the slope of Mount Hall in southern Jordan. Petra Sella Hotel-It’s really easy to get to Petra, this hotel is about 10 minutes walk from the entrance. In 1985, UNESCO recognized Petra as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, calling it “one of the most precious cultural treasures in the cultural heritage of mankind.”