Jordan Travel

The Kingdom of Jordan sits at the crossroads of ancient civilization between Arabia and the Mediterranean sea. Renowned for its stunning desertscapes at Wadi Rum, travelers can get in touch with the awesome towering jebels aboard a 4x4 drive safari across the sands. Brimming full of historic sites on the old trade routes including crusader castles, Roman ruins and ancient cities. Jordan is perhaps most famous for the ancient Nabatenean city of Petra. Dubbed the 'Rose City', Petra is a must see. A welcome respite from the desert is the captivating and invigorating Dead sea. Flaot like a cork here, spend a few days in Aqaba where the sea is very much alive with coral gardens. And whilst the land might be ancient, Jordan's cities afford every modern convenience.

The attractions and available excursions

Aqaba

Situated on the tip of the red seas, on the gulf of Aqaba, the laid back resort of Aqaba is the only Jordan's getway to the sea. Renowned for the sandy beaches, clear waters and colourful reefs studded with marine life , Aqaba is just the ticket for sun, fun, diving, snorkelling and swimming. Beyond the deep Aqaba is the great place for water sports like waterskiing, parasailingand fishing. Aqaba boasts of sites dating backto 4000 BC, including the recent discovery of perhaps the world's oldest church dating from the 3rd century AD, the remains of the medival walled city of Ayla and a Mamluk fort.

dead seaDead Sea-Half Day

Straddling the border between Jordan and Israel, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the earth's surface. The mineral content of this 57 kmlong and 10km wide saltwater lake tops out at 33%. Think of a glass of water full of salt! Power boating is an impossibility but floating is a possibility. The waters and the mud here are internationally known for their healing and therapeutic effects due to high cotents of salts and minerals and have been marked as natural beauty aids. Our dead sea excursion allows you a chance tospoil yourself at the Movenpic Dead Sea Resort with finest facilities including fresh water swimming pools, tennis courts and the world class Zara Spa.

Roman ruins of Jerash City- Half Day visit

North of Amman are the well preserved Graeco-Roman ruins of Jaresh. Built in the 2nd century BC, and conquered by the Roman General Pompey in 63 BC, the town exemplifies the finest of Roman urban life.Its hundreds of stately columns, temples and streets are worthy of exploration. Among the attractions are the mosaics, a triple archd getway, an oval-shaped forum, Roman baths and nympheeum replete with ancient fountains trimmed with dolphins. The traditional Roman street is a very impressive and still boasts chariot ruts,whilst the wellpreserved South Theatre boasts astonishing ancient amplification.

Wadi Rum

wadi rumA vast, silent landscape of ancient riverbeds,pastel-coloured stretches of sandy desert and amazing rock formations know as jebels dating back from when time began rise at Wadi Rum in the south of Jordan. Wadi Rum possesses unspoilt beauty forged millions of years of geological formation, erosion and evolution. The region is also home to the semi-nomadic Bedouin living in their great goat hair tents, tending their herds of sheep and goat preserving a lifestyle that has been practised here in the Arabian desert for centuries. Enjoy a 4x4 desert jeep ride in the heart of stunning Wadi and a traditional Jordanian grilled dinner.

EXPLORE JORDAN WITH US- OUR TOURS

TJDN 01: A GLIMPSE  OF JORDAN-  3 DAYS
TJDN 02: EXPRESS JORDAN TOUR - 4 DAYS
TJDN 03: JORDAN EXPLORER - 5 DAYS
TJDN 04: GRAND PETRA TOUR- 6 DAYS
TJDN 05: JORDAN GRAND TOUR- 7 DAYS
TJDN 06: JORDAN DISCOVERY TOUR- 8 DAYS
TJDN 07: JORDAN DISCOVERY TOUR 2- 8 DAYS
TJDN 08: THE HIGHLIGHTS OF JORDAN- 9 DAYS

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