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Sunday, 20 August 2017 17:01

Dead Sea, Jordan

One of the world's more unusual bodies of water, Dead Sea sits at one of the lowest elevations on Earth. Rich in salt and in history, the lake is nearly ten times saltier than any ocean.

Sunday, 20 August 2017 17:01

Ajloun Fort, Jerash

Take a tour of the 12th-century ruins of Ajloun Fort, a historic Muslim castle that was once the core of the town of Aljoun. The fort and castle were built in 1185 by a local emir, under the command of Saladin, the first sultan of Syria and Egypt.

Sunday, 20 August 2017 17:00

Madaba Archaeological Museum, Madaba

Madaba Archaeological Museum is located in Madaba.

Sunday, 20 August 2017 17:00

Jerash Ruins, Jerash

Continuously occupied for more than 6,500 years, Jerash Ruins presents one of the best examples of ancient Roman provincial town planning. Neolithic remains found on site indicate millennia of inhabitants even before General Pompey captured the city in 63 BCE and initiated the development of a Roman city.
Saturday, 12 August 2017 17:55

Petra by Day and Night

Package Details


Day 01:

Your private transport will collect you at either your hotel in Amman or at Queen Alia International airport in Amman to drive to Madaba. In Madaba you will see the mosaic map of the Holy land at St George Church and then travel to Mount Nebo where you can look at the fantastic views of the Holy Land. You will be driven down to the lowest point on earth by the Dead Sea (40 minutes) where you will have lunch and the opportunity to float in its unique waters. Finally continue the drive south to Wadi Musa the new city of Petra for supper and an overnight at your hotel (3.5 hr drive).

Day 02: 

After breakfast you start your guided tour of the ancient city of Petra (2.5 hr) - walking through the Siq, see the Treasury, the street of Facades, the Nabatean theater, the Royal tombs and the Colonnaded street then you will have free time to further explore this large city (climb to the Monastery 900 steps for example). Then back to the hotel for supper and over night.

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00


Petra is a highlight not just of Jordan but of the entire Middle East, a sublime and mysterious city that sits as an incomparable jewel of ancient architecture. Petra was once an important stop on a Roman trading route, but was only assimilated into the empire in 106 AD. Until then it had been a stronghold of the Nabataen Arab kingdom, whose knowledge of Greek architectural styles is reflected in their astonishing cliff-bound monuments. Today Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Amman Citadel

Modern, buzzy Amman does a better job than Damascus or Jerusalem of hiding its ancient origins, but Philadelphia (to give the city its original Roman name) does have some notable antiquities.