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The Desert Kingdom of Jordan

Jordan, a country that is steeped in majestic ancient monuments, stunning landscapes and sacred history is a must visit for all travel enthusiasts. While Jordan is known for the ancient Nabataean city of Petra, carved from rock over 2000 years ago, it also offers much more for the avid travellers… from the rocky desert of Wadi Rum to the drive to the lowest point on Earth – Dead Sea. It is home to some of the best archaeological sites, nature reserves, holy places, ancient ruins and peaceful deserts. In short, Jordan has it all!

Wadi Al-Hasa
Wadi Al-Hasa

Jordan is full of amazing trekking adventures and Wadi al Hasa is one of the most breath-taking canyons. It is the longest and the most beautiful wadi in Jordan and considered to be Jordan’s natural water park. It’s the perfect place to go out hiking, canyoning and taking a dip in some of Jordan’s water filled canyons. These are mainly water hikes, so be prepared to wade your way! Read More

Dana Nature Reserve
Dana Nature Reserve

Offering a spectacular blend of mountains and desert landscapes, along with extraordinary botanic diversity, Dana Nature Reserve is one of its kind. The reserve is dissected by deep canyons, winding below lofty sandstone massifs with overwhelming views. . To date, 700 species of plants have been recorded in the reserve as well as 200 birds and 36 mammals, of which 25 are known to be endangered, including the Sand Cat, the Syrian Wolf, the Lesser Kestrel and the Spiny Tailed Lizard. Read More

Petra
Petra

Who hasn’t heard about lost city of Petra in Jordan - one of the new 7 Wonders of the World! The magnificent hand-carved architecture of Petra is Jordan’s number one tourist attraction (and a UNESCO Heritage Site). Read More

Wadi Rum
Wadi Rum

Commonly known as 'The Valley of the Moon', Wadi Rum offers you the perfect night sky, traditional camps and an opportunity to trek along the red sand dunes. This desert is a Hollywood favourite, with films like “The Last Days on Mars”, “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, “The Martian” to name a few. Enjoy driving among sand dunes, graffiti, inscriptions and canyons as well as having races through the dry oasis, while exploring the most interesting and exciting sites of Wadi Rum. Read More

Dead Sea
Dead Sea

Located at the lowest point of the earth, Dead Sea is a true natural wonder. Surrounded by barren hills, this remarkable body of water has an amazingly high salt content (33%), which means no animal life can survive here and it is almost impossible to sink! Don’t take our word for it, try it by yourself! Read More

Madaba & Mount Nebo
Madaba & Mount Nebo

Madaba is famous as a land of mosaics! One of the must visit here is St. Georges Church, which cradles the 5th century mosaic Map of the Holy Land, and it is amazingly preserved! Afterwards visit Mount Nebo, the site of Moses’ tomb. The mountaintop is a popular pilgrimage site, with an excavated fourth-century church, small museum, an olive tree-shaded garden, and views of the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea below. Read More

Amman
Amman

The capital of Jordan, Amman is a fascinating city of contrasts, offering a unique blend of old and new. Situated on a hilly area between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley, Amman is one of the most Westernized cities in the Middle East. Enjoy a tour to Amman, where you will visit ancient Philadelphia, the Citadel, the temple of Hercules, the Roman Theatre, Nymphaeum & the Umayyad Palace. Read More

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