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Discovery of Jordan 2022- Amman 8 Days 7 Nights

Amman, Jordan
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Duration

8 Days 7 Nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

Arabic, English

Overview

Saturday Arrival

Jordan’s capital, Amman, is a contemporary city with several historic ruins. The medieval Citadel, which sits atop Jabal al-Qala’a hill, is home to the pillars of the Roman Temple of Hercules and the 8th-century Umayyad Palace complex, which is noted for its great dome. The Roman Theater, which seats 6,000 people, is built into a distinct downtown hillside.

Jordan is one of the top Middle Eastern destinations, with a stunning desert landscape, intriguing archaeological sites, wonderful food, and practically assured sunshine. While you can see the major attractions of Jordan in a few days, I recommend taking your time. It will give you adequate time to locate a few hidden jewels and absorb all of the old histories.

 

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • DEAD SEA
  • MADABA
  • NEBO
  • SHOBACK
  • PETRA RIDE IN A WADI RUM JEEP
  • JERASH
  • AJLOUN

Itinerary

Saturday ‐ DAY 1 Arrival in Amman
Saturday ‐ DAY 1 Arrival in Amman

Arrive in Amman, Jordan (QAIA). At the airport, there will be a meet & greet. Dinner and an overnight stay in Amman are included.

Sunday ‐ DAY 2 AMMAN – DEAD SEA
Sunday ‐ DAY 2 AMMAN – DEAD SEA

After breakfast, travel to the Dead Sea, the lowest place on Earth, located 55 kilometers southeast of Amman in the Jordan Valley. The Dead Sea is one of the world's most magnificent natural and spiritual surroundings. It is the world's lowest body of water, the world's lowest point, and the world's richest source of natural salts, concealing incredible treasures collected over thousands of years. Dinner and a night in the Dead Sea (HB)

Monday ‐ DAY 3 DEAD SEA & leisure and relaxation
Monday ‐ DAY 3 DEAD SEA & leisure and relaxation

(Without a car, no guide) Another day of leisure and relaxation awaits you. Dinner and a night in the Dead Sea

Tuesday ‐ DAY 4 – MADABA ‐ NEBO ‐ SHOBACK ‐ PETRA
Tuesday ‐ DAY 4 – MADABA ‐ NEBO ‐ SHOBACK ‐ PETRA

After breakfast, travel to Madaba, which is famed for its iconic 6th-century mosaic map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land, as well as its outstanding Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, and a visit to St. George's cathedral. Mt. Nebo is a biblical city where Moses was given a vision of the Promised Land, which he would never enter. An amazing castle lies just off the King's Highway 190 kilometers south of Amman and less than an hour north of Petra, topping a cone of rock that rises above a wild and mountainous terrain sprinkled with a vast sweep of fruit trees below, as a lonely reminder of previous Crusader greatness originating from the same chaotic period as Kerak.

It is presently known as Shobak, although it was formerly known as Mont Real (Crack de Montreal) or Mons Regalis, the Royal Mount Fortress, to the Crusaders. It was the first in a series of comparable castles in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and was constructed in 1115 by King Baldwin I of Jerusalem to control the passage from Damascus to Egypt. Dinner and an overnight stay in Petra are included.

Wednesday ‐ DAY 5 PETRA VISIT
Wednesday ‐ DAY 5 PETRA VISIT

Visit the Nabatean Red Rose city of Petra, one of the seven global marvels and a UNESCO World Heritage site, after breakfast. Enter the city through a 1-kilometer-long narrow valley surrounded on both sides by 80-meter-high rocks! Take note of the rocks' stunning hues and shapes. Hundreds of ornate rock-cut tombs, a treasury, Roman-style theatres, temples, sacrificial altars, and colonnaded streets make up the vast complex. Dinner and an overnight stay in Petra are included.

Thursday ‐ DAY 6 PETRA – WADI RUM JEEP RIDE – AMMAN
Thursday ‐ DAY 6 PETRA – WADI RUM JEEP RIDE – AMMAN

Following breakfast, we go to southern Jordan to see additional important sights, including Wadi Rum. On a 2-hour jeep excursion across the Jordanian desert, discover Wadi Rum! T.E. Lawrence characterized Wadi Rum as "vast, echoing, and godlike," while locals called it "Valley of the Moon." Then it's back to your Amman hotel. Dinner and an overnight stay in Amman are included.

Friday ‐ DAY 7 AMMAN – JERASH – AJLOUN – AMMAN
Friday ‐ DAY 7 AMMAN – JERASH – AJLOUN – AMMAN

After breakfast, we go to Jerash, an old Roman city with paved and colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, theatres, huge public squares and plazas, baths, fountains, and city walls. Traveling to northern Jordan to see Ajloun, one of the Middle East's most important natural and historical sites. Saladin's general constructed Ajloun Castle (Qal'at ArRabad) in 1184 AD to control the iron mines of Ajloun and to thwart the Crusaders' advance by commanding the three main roads going to the Jordan valley and protecting the Jordan-Syria communication lines. Dinner and an overnight stay in Amman are included.

Saturday ‐ DAY 8 DEPARTURE AMMAN ‐ QAIA

After breakfast, fly from Amman to your next destination through Queen Alia International Airport.

Included/Excluded

  • Visa, which includes a meet-and-greet service "For the time being, visas are free; just passport details are necessary prior to the guests' arrival."
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned car with an experienced driver in accordance with the above-mentioned program
  • Lodging for 7 nights
  • On tour days only, a private English-speaking guide is available.
  • Fees for seeing the above-mentioned locations The Siq begins after a short horse ride from the main gate (we recommend against taking this ride)
  • A 2-hour jeep trip in Wadi Rum
  • If necessary, conduct a PCR test.
  • Any recommendations or porterages
  • Supplementary meals
  • Drink
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything that isn't included in the inclusions section
  • Excursions that are optional

Durations

8 Days 7 Nights

Tour's Location

Amman, Jordan

FAQs

Currency - Related Questions in Jordan?
Jordan's official currency is the Jordanian dinar (JD). Some tourist facilities also take the Euro and the US currency. In major cities, credit cards are accepted, but cash is still king. Banks, airports, big malls, and hotels all have ATMs.
Which Language is used in Jordan?
Jordanians speak an Arabic dialect with a Jordanian accent. Although tourist experts and many young people in cities speak English, don't expect residents to do so. Even knowing a little Arabic can help you navigate about and ingratiate yourself with the people
When is the best time to travel to Jordan?
Jordan is warm all year, making it a great spot to visit any time of year. In the summer, however, the southern region surrounding Wadi Rum and Aqaba may get quite hot. September through April is the greatest time to come if you're used to colder weather. Because they coincide with important Christian festivals, Christmas and Easter are particularly popular times to visit.
What is Jordan's climate like?
Jordan has a hot, dry climate with mild winters and hot summers. Summers are quite hot, with average temperatures reaching 30°C or more. Cooler temperatures and plenty of sunshine are available in the spring and fall. Winter is still pleasant, however, evenings in the desert may be chilly. In certain areas, there is even snow in the winter.
Who is the Ideal Jordan Traveler?
Jordan is particularly intriguing to history aficionados and outdoor enthusiasts. Amman, the capital, as well as neighboring places such as Petra and Aqaba, have a plethora of historical attractions that rate among the greatest in the world. Hiking in Wadi Rum and floating in the Dead Sea are additional options for those who want to see two renowned natural landscapes.

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