6 days 5 nights
We invite you to join this 06 days best of Jordan Journey to learn all the best places to experience the rich history and hospitable culture of Jordan from the capital Amman (Citadel & Theater ) , Jerash the best preserved Roman provincial towns in the world ,Madaba the city of Mosaics , Mount Nebo the most revered holy site in Jordan , an ancient crusader stronghold Kerak castle , ancient Nabataean city of Petra, the wonders of “Valley of moon” Wadi Rum.
Yolo Jordan team wishes you enjoy your journey!
Upon arrival to Queen Alia International airport, meet our office representative who will assist you in the immigration and customs formalities. Head to your hotel in Amman. Overnight in Amman.
Breakfast. Amman city is a historical site at the centre of downtown Amman, visit traditional souks, coffee shops, restaurants taste local food and sweets, visit churches and mosques. Amman is also the ancient city known as “Rabbath Ammon,” then “Philadelphia,” visit Roman Theatre and the Citadel. Back to Amman.Jerash, an amazing blend of Greco-Roman and Oriental influences, visit original temples, theaters, plazas, paths and colonnaded streets, all enclosed within the remaining city walls. Within the city walls have been found the remains of settlements dating from the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Umayyad and Abbasid periods, which boasts an unbroken chain of human occupation dating back more than 6,500 years.Continue to the Dead Sea and overnight.
Breakfast. visit Mt. Nebo a city mentioned in the bible as the place where Moses was granted a view of the promised land that he would never renter .Next ,visit Madaba, a city known for its Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, especially a large Byzantine-era mosaic map of the Holy Land, the famous 6th century Mosaic map , visit St. George’s Church, now a Greek Orthodox basilica, home of the enormous Madaba Mosaic Map., continue via kings’ way to Kerak An ancient Crusader castle, Karak sits 900 m above sea level and lies inside the walls of the old city. Later drive to the Nabatean city Petra. Overnight in Petra
Breakfast, visit the Nabatean Red Rose city of Petra, one of the 7 world wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Carved in stone more than 2000 years ago Enter the city through 1KM long narrow gorge called Siq which is flanked either side by 80m high cliffs! Notice the dazzling colors and formations of the rocks. Leads directly to the Khazneh., drive to Visit Wadi Rum known as the “Valley of the Moon” the marvelous Jordan Desert with its fascinating sand dunes. Its Rocky Mountains are distinguished by their white, yellow, red and brown colours, discover the desert by 2 hours jeep tour. Dinner and overnight in camp in Wadi Rum.
Breakfast. Transfer to back to Amman, rest of the day free to discover the city on your own (walking and shopping). Overnight in Amman.
Breakfast. Transfer to Queen Alia International airport.
Compared to many of its neighbors in the Middle East, Jordan is an exceptionally safe country to visit. In fact, the Jordanian government puts a lot of effort and money into making visitors feel safe through high-profile security and police presence in tourist regions and in hotels.
You can comfortably see Petra in a day. Everyone has different levels of historic site tolerance: you could spend five to six hours exploring, or twice that time – but even so, a day gives you plenty of time.
Jordanians typically respect those who are kind, friendly, and hospitable. They are generally socially conservative; family values and honor are fiercely protected. Jordanians are proud of their rich cultural heritage.
The Jordanian people are a very friendly bunch. Maybe it’s because of the downturn in tourism over recent years which has made them more appreciative and welcoming to those tourists that do make it over here. Or maybe it’s just the way they are. You decide.
You will probably be able to find a number of free Wi-Fi spots throughout Jordan, and many restaurants and cafes will have free open access to Wi-Fi. Don’t expect to find Wi-Fi in many of the desert areas, where you’ll often not have a full 24 hours of electricity.
Although Jordan's people still famous for hospitality, generosity, traditional Arabic home design, eastern attitude, Bedouin weddings, Arabic traditional meals like Mansaf, keeping up with ethical street rules and neighbour’s rights, and lifelong parenting and family cohesion.
Jordanians tend to be fairly traditional about their dressing. It's recommended to skip revealing or scruffy clothes. Women typically dress modestly. Here is a place where shorts and short skirts are highly unusual; it's recommended to wear loose-fitting, opaque clothes that cover your legs, arms, and chest.
Jordan is one of the safest places for women to travel around in the Arab world, and is an excellent introduction for first-time visitors to the Middle East.
The official language of Jordan is Arabic, but English is widely spoken especially in the cities. Many Jordanians have travelled, or have been educated abroad, so French, German, Italian and Spanish are also spoken, but to a lesser extent.
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1. Petra. View of the monastery in Petra from a cave.
2. Dead Sea. Floating in the salty water.
3. Wadi Rum. Rock arch in Wadi Rum.
4. Jerash Ruins. Colonnade street in the Jerash ruins.
5. Aqaba. Warm Water
6. Roman Ruins in Amman. Amman Roman ruins
7. Ancient Mosaics of Madaba.
8. Wadi Mujib.