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The King’s Highway in Jordan

Driving King’s Highway in Jordan was one of the highlights of visiting the country. In this blog post, we share with you King’s Highway itinerary, best things to see and do such as Madaba, Mount Nebo, Mukawir, Umm ar-Rasas or Karak Castle, and we will also give you tips on when is the best time to drive the highway, what to expect from the road-trip, how much things cost, where to stay. In general, this is the only travel guide for King’s Highway you will ever need.


According to our opinion, the visit of Jordan would not be complete without driving the famous King’s Highway.

One of the most famous roads in the Middle East, King’s Highway is winding from north to south of the country and offers a large number of best things to see. From Roman ruins and columns, mosaics, pilgrimage sites, crusaders castles to spectacular sceneries of Wadi Mujib, we promise that this road trip will have it all.

King’s Highway is an ancient road, and a large number of must-visit stops will take you back in time. All you need for the trip is to be well-prepared and know what to expect.

But except for the fact that the road is the destination itself, the reason why it is traveled by the vast majority of travelers visiting Jordan lies somewhere else.

King’s Highway, alias road 35, connects the Amman, the capital city of Jordan, with the crown jewel of this small kingdom, with the Nabatean city of Petra.

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