Explore Jordan- young country of never ending beauty. The city with a rich past has often walked bridge between sea and desert, east and west. Jordan is also home of remote silent desert valleys like the Wadi Rum. In the middle of all this lies Petra antique metropolis carved from rocks - diamond of the world. The country full of modern life like the big cities has on offer great culture, first class hotels, restaurants, art galleries and every sort of shopping. Enjoy the hospitality of the friendly people of Jordan.
Upon arrival at Queen Alia International Airport one of our Staff will meet and assist you with customs and immigration formalities to get the visa. Afterwards you will be transferred to your hotel in Amman. Check in the hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. As the day ends, head back to your hotel to spend overnight in the comfort of your bed at Hotel in Amman.
Have a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel and then travel for 45 minutes north of Amman to reach the ancient city of Jerash- located some 50 kms. North of Amman is probably the third most popular tourist site in Jordan after Petra and Wadi Rum. One of the well-known and more unusual features of Jerash is the spectacular oval Forum which is the only one like this in the Middle East. It has been fairly extensively restored, but discreetly and is a very enjoyable place to visit. The two main temples, to Zeus (on the left) and to Artemis are also well preserved.
Later proceed for a short journey northwest from Jerash, through a beautiful pine-forest and olive groves, brings you to the town of Ajloun. Here you will find the Castle of Ajloun from which you can enjoy splendid view westwards into the Jordan Valley. The castle today is beautifully preserved and is a popular attraction for foreigners & Jordanians alike.
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Post breakfast set out for a City tour of Amman, visiting the magnificently restored Roman Theater- the highlight of Amman for most foreign visitors is the impressive remnant of Roman Philadelphia. Then proceed towards the area known as the Citadel sits on the highest hill in Amman. There's plenty to see, but the Citadel's most striking sights are the Temple of Hercules and the Ummayad Palace. The Citadel’s most impressive series of historic buildings is focused around the Umayyad Palace, behind the National Archaeological Museum.
As the day ends head back to the hotel to spend overnight in the comfort of your bed at hotel in Amman.
Have a scrumptious breakfast and proceed for Madaba and Mt. Nebo and later head south to Petra. Upon arrival in the town of Madaba you will visit St. George the Apostle Church, home to a stunning mosaic map of the ancient Middle East.
Afterwards continue to nearby Mount Nebo where you will visit the church on top of the hill from where, it is believed, Moses viewed the Promised Land. His tomb is also located at this site, as well as a beautiful array of mosaics in the floor of the church. You will be able to experience the magnificent landscape of the Jordan Valley, Jericho and the Judean Hills, just as Moses did.
Then travel South of Madaba on the old King's Highway to reach Kerak, which was the capital of the biblical kingdom of Moab. Kerak situated on the top of a steep hill is predominantly Christian town dominated by the largest and best preserved of the Crusader castles in the region. The magnificent Crusader fortress of Kerak is a typical example of Crusader architecture, with Romanesque-style stone vaults, numerous corridors, and strong doorways.
As the tour ends travel back to Petra to spend overnight in the hotel.
After breakfast, visit the most exciting and adventurous travel experience is this fascinating trip to Petra “the Lost City”, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Here opt for a horse ride to the "Siq" (Canyon) entrance then walk the rest of the way through the narrow, winding cut in rocks into the valley. Your first glimpse of the splendor of the place will be of the Treasury as you round the last bend on the pathway. The Treasury and the other buildings have been carved out of the canyon walls in the prink sandstone. From outside catch the glimpse of the Roman Theatre, the Corinthian Tomb and the Palace Tomb. Once done with the exploration of this marvelous site, transfer for dinner and spend overnight in the comfort of your bed at hotel in Petra.
Have a scrumptious breakfast and enjoy a three hour Jeep tour in Wadi Rum, known for its geologic riches as well as the rich desert wildlife and plant life. Wadi Rum is often described as the “Valley of the Moon for it is this place where black and wind scalped hills stand like foreboding sentinels upon the pale sands. Once done with the exploration of the ancient landscape, travel through Wadi Araba to Aqaba for dinner and overnight.
Treat your taste buds with mouthwatering breakfast and spend the morning at leisure exploring the city at your own pace. Later transfer the lowest spot on earth “the Dead Sea”, at 1,306 feet (400 meters) below sea level. Upon arrival check in the hotel and spend overnight.
After breakfast, you are free to enjoy all by yourself. You can take a swim where it is impossible to sink; read a newspaper while lying on your back in the sea. Bathe in the waters that have flowed from the River Jordan and from the hills of Moab and Gilead
After a sumptuous breakfast, step in your comfortable shoes to spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stroll down near the shore of the Dead Sea as per your convenience and experience the magnificent views of the lush green surroundings. As the day retires, transfer back to hotel. Spend overnight at the hotel.
Treat your taste buds with finger licking breakfast and check out of the hotel to travel to airport to board flight back home.