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IMAD Travel is offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to explore the storied country of Jordan. IMAD Travel offers their 11-day Jordan Tour Package, includes visits to some of the most iconic sights and places in the country, such as the Dead Sea, castles in the desert, and Jerash.
The Dead Sea has been popular with visitors for centuries due to its unique mineral-rich waters that are said to have healing properties. From there you can take a drive through one of Jordan’s many deserts and cast your eyes upon ancient castles built by Arab conquerors centuries ago. You’ll also visit Jerash, an ancient city known for its ruins from Roman times which are still standing today.
Shobak Castle is an exciting destination included in the Jordan tour package from IMAD Travel. Built during the Crusader period, Shobak Castle stands atop a red-rock hill and was constructed as part of a defensive network to protect the holy city of Jerusalem. Its location, on a high point in southern Jordan, provides breath-taking views across Wadi Al Arnon valley. From its ramparts, visitors can look out over ancient monasteries and lush green hillsides.
The castle itself is an impressive sight with its walls still standing strong despite having been through many centuries of wear and tear. Inside the main gate are grand courtyards which lead to further towers and winding passages that weave between chambers. Exploring these reveals fine examples of Islamic architecture including exquisite mosaics depicting Arabic script, geometric shapes, and floral designs.
Mt. Nebo, located in Jordan, is a prominent holy site for Christians and Muslims alike. It is believed that Moses saw the Promised Land from this mountain before his death and it holds great significance in Christianity and Judaism. IMAD Travel offers an all-inclusive tour package to Mt. Nebo for visitors who would like to explore its ancient ruins and relish in its historical significance.
Upon arrival at Mt. Nebo, guests will have access to a private guide who will take them around various sites such as the memorial of Moses, view points of Jordan Valley, Madaba Map Church and more!
If you are looking for a thrilling way to explore the beauty of Jordan, then look no further than IMAD Travel’s jeep tour package in Wadi Rum desert. A world-renowned attraction, this tour will give you an unforgettable experience and a chance to admire the stunning Jordanian landscape. Not only will you be able to see the desert up close and personal, but also visit little-known places that cannot be accessed by public transport or foot.
A trip to Aqaba, Jordan, is a great way to explore the many different cultures and landscapes that make up this region of the world.A trip to Aqaba, Jordan, is a great way to explore the many different cultures and landscapes that make up this region of the world.
The tour includes a visit to Aqaba, where guests will be able to visit many historical sites such as ancient mosques, churches, and old fortresses that date back centuries. They will also have the chance to experience snorkelling and diving around some of the best coral reefs in the area. Additionally, they can enjoy traditional Jordanian cuisine such as hummus, falafel, and shawarma.
Petra is one of the most beautiful and historically rich places in Jordan. An unforgettable Jordan tour package from IMAD Travel allows visitors to fully experience this ancient city and its breathtaking beauty.
This Jordan package offers a chance to explore Petra, the world’s oldest known Nabatean city, as well as other nearby attractions like the Wadi Rum desert and the Dead Sea. IMAD Travel provides an experienced guide who will show you all that this area has to offer, so you can get an up close look at 2,000-year-old tombs carved into cliffsides or take in the incredible views of sandstone mountains that tower above. You will also visit some of Jordan’s most popular museums, such as the Petrified Forest Museum and the Archaeological Park of Jerash.
Feel the adventure of ancient sites and beautiful landscapes as you explore Jordan with IMAD Travel’s 11-day Tour Package! Don’t miss out on the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience one of the world’s most iconic destinations. Act now and book your trip today to ensure you make unforgettable memories in Jordan!
Arrive in Amman, Jordan (QAIA). At the airport, you'll be greeted. In Amman, remain for dinner and the night (D) Dinner is served (as long as the arrival at the hotel is before 9 pm).
After breakfast, go to the Dead Sea, which is located in the Jordan Valley, 55 kilometers southeast of Amman, and is one of the most stunning natural and spiritual settings in the world. It is the lowest body of water on the planet, the lowest point on the planet, and the world's finest source of natural salts, hiding incredible treasures collected over thousands of years.
Visit Al Kharraneh Castle, Amra Castle (a UNESCO World Heritage site), and Al Azraq Castle in the Eastern Desert, where Lawrence of Arabia lived and wrote part of his book "Seven Pillars of Wisdom." Dinner and an overnight stay in Amman are included.
Following breakfast, we travel to Jerash, where we can all see the paved and colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, theatres, huge public squares and plazas, baths, fountains, and city walls of the ancient Roman city.
Ajloun, one of the most important natural and historical sites in the Middle East, will be visited. Ajloun Castle (Qal'at ArRabad) is a superb example of Islamic architecture, erected in 1184 AD by Saladin's general to control the iron mines of Ajloun and to prevent the Crusaders' progress by commanding the three main roads going to the Jordan valley and safeguarding the communication lines between Jordan and Syria. In Amman, remain for dinner and the night.
After breakfast, travel to Madaba, which is most renowned for its iconic 6th century Mosaic map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land, as well as its beautiful Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics and a visit to St. George's Church. Mt. Nebo is a biblical city where Moses was granted a vision of the Promised Land, which he would never enter. Just along the King's Highway, 190 kilometers south of Amman and less than an hour north of Petra, lies a majestic castle as a lonely reminder of ancient Crusader greatness, topping a cone of rock that rises above a wild and mountainous terrain studded with a grand sweep of fruit trees below. Mont Real (Crak de Montreal) or Mons Regalis, the Fortress of the Royal Mount, was the name given to it by the Crusaders.
It was constructed in 1115 by King Baldwin I of Jerusalem to control the passage from Damascus to Egypt, and it was the first in a series of comparable fortifications in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. In Petra, remain for dinner and the night.
Visit the Nabatean Red Rose city of Petra, one of the seven wonders of the ancient and a UNESCO World Heritage site, after breakfast. Enter the city through a 1-kilometer-long narrow valley surrounded on either side by 80-meter-high cliffs!
Take note of the rocks' stunning hues and shapes. Hundreds of complex rockcut tombs, a treasury, Roman style theatres, temples, sacrificial altars, and colonnaded avenues are all part of the vast site. Dinner and an overnight stay in Petra are included.
After breakfast, we go to southern Jordan to see other important sights such as Wadi Rum. A 2-hour jeep excursion in the Jordanian desert will allow you to explore Wadi Rum. T.E. Lawrence characterized Wadi Rum as "vast, echoing, and godlike," and locals referred to it as "Valley of the Moon." Bedouin Wadi Rum dinner and overnight stay
You will be taken to your accommodation in Aqaba after breakfast. Dinner and an overnight stay in Aqaba are included.
(No Car no Guide) Take advantage of your free day in Aqaba. Dinner and an overnight stay in Aqaba are included.
(Without a car, no guide) In Aqaba, take use of your leisure time. Dinner and an overnight stay in Aqaba are included.
You will be taken to your hotel in Amman after breakfast. In Amman, remain for dinner and the night.
Following breakfast, depart Amman for your next destination via Queen Alia International Airport. (A) (3:30 hours before each flight time)
The Jordanian dinar is Jordan's official currency (JD). Some tourist attractions also accept Euros and US dollars. Credit cards are accepted in large cities, but cash is still king. Banks, airports, huge malls, and hotels all have ATMs.
Jordanians have a Jordanian accent and speak Arabic with a Jordanian accent. Although many tourists and young people in cities speak English, residents are unlikely to do so. Knowing a few words of Arabic can help you go around and ingratiate yourself with the locals
Jordan is warm all year, making it an ideal destination for any season. However, in the summer, the southern region near Wadi Rum and Aqaba may become rather hot. If you're used to cooler temperatures, September through April is the best time to visit. Christmas and Easter are particularly popular times to come since they coincide with key Christian festivals.
Jordan's climate is hot and dry, with moderate winters and sweltering summers. Summers are scorching, with average temperatures of 30°C or more. In the spring and fall, you may expect cooler temperatures and lots of sunshine. Winter is still lovely, though the desert evenings may be cool. There is even snow in certain regions throughout the winter.
Jordan captivates the interest of history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts alike. The capital, Amman, as well as nearby cities like Petra and Aqaba, boast a profusion of historical sites that rank among the best in the world. Hiking in Wadi Rum and floating in the Dead Sea are two more possibilities for people interested in seeing two famous natural landscapes.