Meet & Assist at Queen Alia International Airport, transfer to the hotel in Amman and then You will begin your tour by visiting Jerash, it is acknowledged to be one of the best Roman towns in the world, afterwards you will visit the beautiful Ajlun with its wonderful view into the Jordan Valley, overnight at hotel in Amman.
Breakfast at the hotel, and then city tour to visit, Amman roman theatre, the citadel and the Umayyad Palace. Afterwards you will visit DeadSea the world's most amazing place, as it is the lowest point on earth.
You can float and enjoy the healing minerals of the super salty water and the beautiful landscape. Overnight at hotel in DeadSea.
Breakfast at the hotel, and Transfer for a whole day tour to start by visiting Madaba, it is Familiar as the “City of Mosaics.", Madaba is recognized for its spectacular Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, After Madaba you will be visiting Mount Nebo, where Moses was granted a view of the Promised Land. Continue south to the hotel in Petra. Jordan’s Seven Wonders of the World. Overnight at hotel in Petra.
You will have a full day enjoy the Rose Red City of the Nabateans, it is the most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction in Jordan, overnight at hotel in Petra.
Breakfast at the hotel, and then transfer to the Magnificent Wadi Rum, You can have an adventure trip in the dessert, and you can enjoy the calmness of the empty spaces and explore the canyons, you will take a two hours old jeeps tour. Then transfer to Aqaba, Aqaba's greatest asset is the Red Sea, you will have a lot of time to enjoy the snorkeling, diving and the marine life. You can swim with beautiful sea turtles and dolphins and of course multi-colored fish. Overnight at hotel in Aqaba
Breakfast at the hotel, and then Transfer to the airport for departure.
The above mentioned prices are net per person sharing a double room and include:
The above prices do not include:
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Located in the heart of the Middle East, centrality has given Jordan its strategic and economic importance, making it a vital trading center in the past and the communication & diplomatic link between countries, people and continents.Read More
Jordan is generally a flat desert plateau, east and west, as the western edges of the Syrian and Ard As Sawwan deserts stretch across the land. In the west, the Great Rift Valley (high hills and mountains) separates the East and West Banks of the Jordan River. Significant bordering bodies of water include the Dead Sea, the Gulf of Aqaba and the Sea of Galilee.
The flag of Jordan was officially adopted on April 16, 1928. The red, green, black and white are Pan-Arab colors, and the star with seven points is said to represent the seven verses of Islamic belief that open the Qur'an.
Sunni Muslim 92%, Christian 6% (majority Greek Orthodox, but some Greek and Roman Catholics, Syrian Orthodox, Coptic Orthodox, Armenian Orthodox, and Protestant denominations), other 2% (several small Shia Muslim and Druze populations)