Aqaba is a resort on the northeastern tip of the Red Sea in the Gulf of Aqaba, convenient for visiting Petra and Wadi Rum. It is also a great place to meet the friendly Bedouin people of Jordan; On our Jordan bike tour, you will spend the night under the bright stars of the desert in a secluded Bedouin camp. (Tours To Jordan)


After Petra, the ancient city of Jerash is one of the most popular attractions when traveling to Jordan. It is the number one tourist attraction in Jordan and remained unknown to Europeans until it was rediscovered in 1812. It was founded possibly as early as the 4th century BC. as the capital of the Nabatean kingdom (the Nabateans were nomadic Arabs) with a population of about 20,000. Known throughout history, its immense wealth has been amassed since being the center of ancient caravan routes that traded with China and competed with the Roman ones. (Tours To Jordan)


Built on seven hills, Amman is a vast city with many ancient ruins. Once you enter the “city”, you will see so many buildings and attractions that it takes two full days to pay tribute to Petra on a trip to Jordan. Wadi Rum, also known as Moon Valley, is a valley carved from sandstone and granite in southern Jordan. It is isolated from the world and hardly suitable for human life. Petra in southern Jordan is an important archaeological site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


We will travel from the capital of Jordan, Amman, to Petra, which has lain under the desert sands for centuries and was only reopened in 1812. We will swim in the salty waters of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, and explore the changing sands. Wadi Rum, where the Bedouins keep their traditions in the desert. (Tours To Jordan)


While on vacation in Jordan, visit the ancient lost city of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and travel to Wadi Rum, where you can camp under the magnificent desert sky. Historic treasures abound in romantic Jordan, and on an A&K vacation here, explore iconic sites, including the magnificent Petra, in unrivaled comfort and style. With Amman’s cosmopolitan cafés, the tranquility of Dana’s Hill, and the historic treasures of Madaba, you can come to Jordan to see the ruins of Petra, but you’ll leave after encountering so much more. From walking or cycling through stunning desert landscapes to guided tours of Crusader castles or discovering underwater treasures on a snorkeling excursion in Aqaba, these are some of our best things to see and do in Jordan.


Of all the places we visit in Jordan, the pink city of Petra is definitely a tourist attraction. Sure, the lunar landscapes of Wadi Rum are a huge attraction, but also look out for the ancient ruins of Petra and the thriving capital of Amman, gorgeous beaches and snorkeling in the Red Sea, and ripples in the salty shores of the Dead Sea. From rugged deserts to towering mountains, fertile wetlands, coastal cliffs and urban cities, Jordan travel offers changing landscapes and varied conditions. (Tours To Jordan)


Modern cities filled with worldly citizens, mountainous areas dotted with small villages and deserts inhabited by Bedouin nomads – Jordan has all this diversity and more. Western influences (especially in Amman and other major cities) have permeated Jordanian society, so Jordan now combines Arab customs and modern lifestyles. All of these influences can still be seen today in Jordan’s ancient ruins, architecture, crafts and arts. Ancient Jordan fought many battles, including the Christian Crusaders who clashed with Islamic forces in Jordan in the 11th and 12th centuries.


Your off-season tour of Jordan begins in the capital Amman and ends at the Dead Sea, one of the lowest points on earth. Enjoy a guided tour of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the 7 New Wonders of the World.


Join our group tour in Jordan to explore these treasures and more, celebrate the New Year in the desert, or try something unusual on our selection of private tours. Thanks to our private group adventure, you can now experience a trip to Jordan with the most important people. Solo travelers often join our tour groups, meet and travel with like-minded adventurers, and build long-term friendships.


These tours are adjustable and can accommodate groups of different sizes, including large ones. You can endure longer walking tours (over 90 minutes), traverse dusty or uneven terrain, stand for different periods of time, altitude and temperature, and not worry about being on the road with some early departures, late nights and busy days.


Your guide will collect travel insurance details on the first day of your trip. All visitors to Jordan must hold a visa, which can be obtained through Jordanian consulates around the world or upon arrival in Jordan. You can view all the details and purchase the Jordan Pass online via the link below. We strongly recommend that you purchase the Jordan Explorer Pack instead of the Jordan Wanderer Pack so that you can log in to Petra multiple times.


Cycling in Jordan, Petra and Wadi Rum Trek, and Petra and Wadi Rum in one week. Relax at Café Amman’s Café-the ideal place to explore modern Jordan. Resort Holidays Explore the other side of Jordan in the peaceful resort town of Aqaba. During your holiday in Jordan, you can stop at one of the desert camps and really taste Wadi Rum.


At this time of year, temperatures are low enough to enjoy exploring Jordan’s iconic sites. While its incredible details are revealed throughout the day, it is also a pleasure to visit after dark with thousands of candles lit – an optional extra on our Spice Trails of Jordan tour. The 8-Day Tour of Abraham from Tel Aviv is a real immersion in the atmosphere of a modern metropolis, continuous traffic through the city of Tel Aviv, teeming with daily activities and vibrant nightlife; then visit one of the last remaining communal kibbutzim, before traveling to the capital of Jerusalem, the Holy Land, where each quarter of the Old City will be explored in detail; Then, travel to Petra and Wadi Rum for a whirlwind tour, complemented by a guided tour of Masada, a visit to Ein Gedi, and a healing bath in the Dead Sea.


A large group of 12 travelers from Switzerland, Canada, USA, England and Australia ranging in age from the late 1920s to the late 1960s. Our group never made it to Petra or the Dead Sea because we were caught in the midst of the COVID19 outbreak and were forced to leave Jordan promptly when they decided to close their borders

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