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Petra Jordan Dead Sea Roman Ruins

A tour that takes you to Petra, Wadi Rum, and the Dead Sea in Jordan offers a diverse and unforgettable travel experience, combining history, natural beauty, and relaxation.


  • Petra, also known as the “Rose City,” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. It’s famous for its rock-cut architecture and ancient Nabatean city dating back to around 300 BC. The most iconic sight is the Treasury (Al-Khazneh), a stunning facade carved into the rose-red cliffs. As you explore Petra, you’ll encounter the Siq, a narrow canyon leading to the Treasury, as well as the Royal Tombs, the Monastery (Ad Deir), and the impressive theater.

Wadi Rum:

  • Wadi Rum, often called the “Valley of the Moon,” is a vast desert wilderness with striking sandstone mountains and dunes. It’s a haven for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts. Activities in Wadi Rum include jeep tours through the desert, camel treks, hiking to viewpoints, and stargazing due to the clear desert skies. You can also immerse yourself in Bedouin culture by staying in traditional desert camps, where you’ll enjoy local cuisine and hospitality.

Group Tour to Jordan – Petra and Wadi Rum

Dead Sea:

  • The Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth and is famous for its extremely high salinity, which allows you to float effortlessly on its surface. It’s known for its therapeutic properties, and many visitors enjoy covering themselves in the mineral-rich mud found along its shores. The Dead Sea region also offers luxurious spa resorts where you can relax and rejuvenate. Watching the sunset over the Dead Sea is a memorable experience.
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