Gala Dinner At Little Petra
Guests will find at there rooms an invitation in Arabic for Gala dinner at the secret place, Ride your coaches & drive to No where in the Dark, Stop the Bus & walk along with the candles light under the charm of this unique spot. At the entrance camel riders, dressed in Bedouin clothing, welcome the group with a banner and upon entering uniformed waiters, white glove serve champagne and Kir Royale.
A trio of Arabian musicians, seated Round Table with a 5* full setup, Play traditional musical instruments as the ambience of a mystic night is created by the glowing of torches and lanterns. After the guests settle down, the “Chief” welcomes his guests by proceeding to distribute gifts of traditional colorful Arabian dress for ladies and gents.
Henna ladies demonstrating their skills at henna painting, Enjoying the traditional folklore dance, top quality of food, under the shining stars, this will make your evening an unforgettable event.
The lights go up and the rider is revealed to be a beautiful belly dancer whose performance is the evening’s highlight and involves participation from the guests. As the evening comes to an end, each guest is presented with a moment of the evening,
Special area for the traditional Hubli – Bubli smoker’s corner.
Shuttle Bus with escorted local guide will be available in any time for any gust feel sleepy, As at Little Petra we arrange our self’s for a long night
Bedouin “Attack” In the Desert
Guests experience a step back in time to the Arabian desert as “Bedouin Riders” surprise guests as they enjoy sundowner cocktails in the middle of the desert. Dressed in traditional garb, the Bedouin attackers emerge from the sand dunes surrounding the cocktail venue to brandish swords, daggers and ancient guns. The leaders of the group are “kidnapped” and taken to a nearby Bedouin village where the chief is present. As the group arrives they are welcomed with cocktails and light canapés by uniformed “Bedouins” and a sumptuous dinner in the desert follows
Dead Sea BBQ Dinner
Experience a new sensation and delight your conference and incentive clients with such experiences as an evening swim and outdoor barbecue on the Dead Sea.
As you float at the lowest point on earth where even non swimmers can swim, relax in one of the world’s truly unique spots. The most peaceful, healthy, natural environment.
A “Bedouin Wedding” feast at a nearby encampment; a banquet with an historical figure; relax on cushions around a low Arabic style tables. An assortment of salads and Mezzeh are also served on the table, while the chefs are preparing your selection of meats, grilled on charcoal, you can also enjoy the sound of the Oud (similar to Bouzouk) and the tablet (a local bongo) with a very nice show of the Belly Dancer.
There’s no place like the Dead Sea shore for staging an unforgettable event
A Magical Dinner at Aqaba Castle !
Impressive, white covers, candles lights, silver cutlery, flower arrangements, well dressed waiters, special rugs, carpets and Bedouin decoration. A welcome Champaign drink will be offered to the clients upon arrival. DJ will be playing a soft music during dinner or a pianist could play a soft music during dinner.
At the end of the dinner we will have a surprising belly dancer show for 30 minutes and after massive western discotheque music will be play, so guest can dance and enjoy their time.
1001 Arabian nights at Wadi Rum
Guests receive an invitation in Arabic from the Bedouin chieftain for dinner at his desert campsite. At the edge of the desert a fleet of 4WDs wait to transport the guests over the sand dunes to Bedouin site Tents, carpets and comfortable cushions.
At the entrance camel riders, dressed in Bedouin clothing, welcome the group with a banner and upon entering the camp uniformed waiters serve champagne and Kir Royale.
Trios of Arabian musicians, seated on carpets, play traditional musical instruments as the ambience of a mystic desert night is created by the glowing of torches and lanterns. After the guests settle down, the “Chief” rides in on a camel and welcomes his guests by proceeding to distribute gifts of traditional colorful Arabian dress for ladies and gents.
Henna ladies demonstrating their skills at henna painting, fortune tellers, falcons and camels for riding add to the ambience of the evening, amidst the fragrance of burning incense. In a corner of the camp is the special traditional hubli-bubli smoker’s corner. Enjoy a delicious array of Arabian food.
As dinner ends a camel rides into camp with a rider dressed in black. The lights go up and the rider is revealed to be a beautiful belly dancer whose performance is the evening’s highlight and involves participation from the guests. As the evening comes to an end, each guest is presented with a moment of the evening, a camel carved out of sandalwood, before proceeding out of the desert.
Classical Concert In Wadi Rum
Arriving at the so-called home of T. E. Lawrence, we are greeted by the Bedouins and their waiting jeeps to take us inside the desert to areas which history and nature have played a great role in forming. Experience the different magical sand colors, especially as the sun is setting beaming rays that color the majestic Rocky Mountains from down low all the way up to the tips. In this beautiful setting, a Champagne cocktail is served with waiter in bow ties and white gloves as the sun sets for the night.
Bidding the sun farewell is the Jordanian Army Philharmonic Orchestra, comprising of about 25-30 members. The guests will be seated on mattresses covered with oriental rugs overlooking the orchestra and the high mountain behind.
Special lighting will be directed on the mountain behind the orchestra bringing out a magical view of nature surrounded by the natural echo of the music. The lighting system is computer controlled and is changeable according to the music played.
The classical concert will entertain for about 60 minutes (or as preferred) with pieces from Strauss, Bizet, Mozart, in addition to a couple of local or eastern classical pieces.
The concert will be followed by a sumptuous dinner, fully catered by the accompanying hotel of your choice. During dinner, musical entertainment will be provided by a hi-fi system playing an array of musical pieces.
Hand blown Hebron glass ware.
Dead Sea Products (Salt mud, creams, etc.).
Silver plated hand-made daggers.
Commemorative coins of Jordan.
Presentation tray of Arabic sweets