8 Days / 7 Nights
Amman is a city of contrasts. The capital of Jordan, it is situated on a hilly area between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley. Its residential districts range from ancient villages to modern suburbs while its cultural diversity is evident in its historic citadel, historic souks and modern museums. The city’s commercial heart contains ultra-modern buildings, hotels, restaurants and boutiques rubbing shoulders comfortably with traditional coffee shops and tiny artisan workshops
A day to visit Um Qais or Gadara of antiquity, with its superb vistas over the northern Jordan Valley and the Sea of Galilee (Lake Tiberias). Then proceed to the shadow of the imposing Ajloun Castle and the magnificent view from its roof terrace, gazing over to the Golan Heights and Yarmouk River gorge. After visiting Ajloun, you will head for Jerash. The ruins of “Gerasa” are among the most extensive and well-preserved of any ancient city in the Middle East. Jerash is a must see for history lovers, with impressive ruins of the Roman city including a long colonnaded street and an ancient hippodrome for chariot races. The highlight of your stay in Jordan
Wander through its large theatres, temples, churches and colonnaded streets before continuing on to Amman.
Jordan’s spectacular landscapes are a huge tourist draw, and the Dead Sea, Amman’s Roman ruins, and Wadi Mujib even made it onto the lists of National Geographic’s “50 Best Tours.” But that’s just the beginning. From cultural sites there’s so much history to explore in this small country.
Moses is regarded as a prophet and as the lawgiver of Jewish culture. He was one of the founding fathers of a nation and its many facets, including their religion. After Moses led his people to freedom and gave them the Ten Commandments, he was never allowed to enter The Holy Land himself. Take this journey through Jordan to understand one of the brothers who were not allowed to enter The Promised Land.”
Then proceed to Madaba, known as the City of Mosaics, which features many famous mosaics that exist in public and private buildings.
Moses is regarded as a prophet and as the lawgiver of Jewish culture. He was one of the founding fathers of a nation and its many facets, including their religion. After Moses led his people to freedom and gave them the Ten Commandments, he was never allowed to enter The Holy Land himself. Take this journey through Jordan to understand one of the brothers who were not allowed to enter The Promised Land.” After Madaba a short drive will bring you to Mt. Nebo where you will see Moses’s first glimpse of the Holy Land from his burial site overlooking the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea. From here Franciscans built a structure that protects a 4th and 6th Century Byzantine church.
Dead Sea, Jordan is not just a place where history and nature come together; it’s where ancient history blends seamlessly with modern culture in a way that is both fascinating and friendly. From its ancient ruins to the numerous opportunities for water sports, hiking, and Fes entertainment Jordan has something for everyone
The Dead Sea has long been a popular spot for religious tourism, with its rich history and natural beauty. From ancient times through to modern day, famous celebrities have flocked to this unique spot. Enjoy floating in warm water rich in minerals while soaking up sun rays.
A trip to Jordan is not complete without a visit to Petra. It was once the Nabataean capital and reveals itself as you walk through its hand carved facades. Your tour begins at the visitors’ center, where you will be assigned a local leader and guide who will lead you through the winding SIQ crack to el Khazneh – The Treasury, one of the most elegant remains of antiquity.
Truly, a city out of time. The world’s largest carved sculpture is adorned with Corinthian columns, obelisks and friezes carved from bedrock. This ancient city, once the capital of the Nabatean kingdom, is not to be missed
Discover Jordan’s desert in a jeep tour that will have you traversing sand dunes and breathing in the desert winds at high speeds, as you gasp at Wadi Rum’s amazing rock formations. Schedule a tour with your camp or through the visitor’s center and it’s even more awesome moonlike landscape, where the film “Lawrence of Arabia” was shot.
Aqaba the Red Sea has been Jordan’s most prominent diving and snorkeling destination for decades. It is home to some of the most exotic marine life in the world, including thousands of species of fish that live in the warm waters around Aqaba. Whether you are looking to explore ghostly shipwrecks or colorful sea creatures, Deep Blue Dive Center has a trip that’s right for you. In addition to diving, this center also offers lessons for beginners, PADI certification courses, underwater photography equipment rentals and much more.
Arrival QAIA – Overnight in Amman
After breakfast depart to Ajloun for a tour in the town where in the fertile highlands of north Jordan. It’s overlooked by the ruined Ajloun Castle, originally built in 1184 to defend against the Crusaders. Inside, the Ajloun Archaeological Museum’s displays include ancient Neolithic artifacts. The Ajloun Castle Trail winds north to the ruined hilltop church of Mar Elias. The Prophet’s Trail continues through orchards and oak trees to the Ajloun Forest Reserve after that visit Jerash (Gerasa of antiquity), the best preserved city of Roman times, to visit its theatres, temples, churches and colonnaded streets. in the afternoon, back to Amman for overnight
Depart Amman to visit the mosaic city of, Madaba, known as the City of Mosaics. Here you will visit the oldest map of the Holy Land on the floor of Saint George’s Church. Madaba, or Medeba in antiquity, features many famous mosaics that exist in public and private buildings. After Madaba a short drive will bring you to Mt. Nebo, the alleged burial site of Moses overlooking the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. From this mountain top Mosaic had his first glimpse of the Holy Land, a land he was never allowed to enter. Here Franciscans have built a structure that protects a 4th and 6th Century Byzantine church, after that drive to the most spectacular site is the dead sea , which at 400 meters below sea level is the lowest body of water on earth. visit baptism Home to several biblical cities including Sodom, Gomorrah, and Zoar, the archaeological discoveries between the Jordan River and Tal al-Kharrar have identified this area as Biblical “Bethany Beyond the Jordan.” The area is where John was living when he baptized Jesus. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Baptism Site commission welcomes pilgrims from all around the world seeking spiritual connection to biblical times, a glimpse of history or a chance to be baptized where Jesus was so many years ago. If that’s not enough biblical history for one area, the cave where Lot and his daughters took refuge after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah is located just outside an area called Safi (Biblical Zoar) - Dead Sea Overnight at your Hotel.
After breakfast, depart to visit Kerak known in the Kingdom of Jerusalem as Kerak, is a city in Jordan known for its Crusader castle, the Kerak Castle. The castle is one of the three largest castles in the region Overnight at Petra
After breakfast, full day tour of Petra. Once the ancient Nabatean capital, this city gently reveals itself as you walk through its hand carved facades. Starting at the visitors’ center, each person is assigned a horse guided by a local Bedouin who will lead you to the once hidden entrance to the lost city. After passing some tombs which are located outside the city, the visitor passes through the SIQ, an immense crack in the Nubian sandstone. It is a winding, one-kilometer-long fissure between overhanging cliffs that seem to meet more than 300 feet overhead. Near the end of the passage, the SIQ, with great style, makes one last turn and out of the gloom in towering brightness appears Petra’s most impressive monument, el Khazneh - The Treasury. This is one of the most elegant remains of antiquity, carved out of the solid rock from the side of the mountain and is nearly 140 feet high and 90 feet wide. After the ride head to the camp for amazing party and dinner then over night at Wadi rum
After breakfast,. rum adventure Jeep 4*4 2 hours (optional) you will take a jeep tour managed and driven by one of the local Bedouin to many of the sites in the moon-like landscaped desert. You will start from the visitor center and drive to Rum village about a 10 minute drive on paved roads. After this you will head into the ochre colored sandy desert as you visit the sites of Rum. Visit Lawrence’s spring this spring was named for T.E. Lawrence, of Lawrence of Arabia fame, who fought in the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire. Continue to Khazali Canyon an iconic feature in Wadi Rum, Khazali Canyon is an easy 20 minute walk that allows you to see many Nabatean inscriptions and drawings. Last place to visit is the Sand dunes, and then head back to the visitor center passing by Wadi Rum Village. wadi)-then transfer to Aqaba –O/N
Enjoying swimming at the amazing atmosphere of aqaba - drive to Amman - Amman hotel overnight
After breakfast departure to QAIA