Petra
The rose-red city is one of the most well-known archaeological sites on the planet and a must-visit place in Jordan. “Petra,” which translates to “Rock” in Greek, was formed some 2,000 years ago as the capital city of the Nabataean Kingdom.
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Jerash
About a 50-minute car ride from Amman, this town of ruins is one of the most well-preserved Roman sites outside of Italy. Jerash often lands in second place, only to Petra, for the must-visit sight in Jordan.
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Wadi Rum
Translated to “sand valley,” Wadi Rum is a protected desert area in southern Jordan, teeming with sandstone mountains, bouldered chambers and soaring canyons. Experience this magnificent wonder by camel, horse, jeep, or on foot. If you’re traveling on your own, with a guide, or on a private Jordan tour, all tours of Wadi Rum begin at the visitor’s centre.
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The Dead Sea
Follow in the footsteps of Cleopatra and King Herod when you soak up magnesium, potassium, bromine and more than 30 other minerals in the warm, healing waters of the Dead Sea. Situated west of Jordan and east of Israel and Palestine, this salt lake at 408 meters below sea level – the lowest point on the face of the earth – attracts visitors from all over the world for its serene and spiritual properties.
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Jordan is called “Hashemite” because its monarchs are descended from the Prophet Mohammad [Peace Be Upon Him. (PBUH)]

 After the First World War, Jordan was ruled by King Abdullah I. His grandson, His Majesty the Late King Hussein, ruled for 46 years until his death in 1999. He was succeeded by his oldest son, the present monarch, His Majesty King Abdullah II. Jordan has grown into a modern nation which, in recent decades, has enjoyed a remarkable measure of peace, stability and economic growth. Part of the reason for this peace and stability in a troubled region, is that Jordan does not have anything that anyone else wants. Its chief export is potash. Its greatest dollar-earner is tourism. Although Jordan well deserves to be on tourist map, the industry is nevertheless fragile. Surrounded as it is by trouble-spots, problems in neighbouring countries can sometimes influence people’s decisions about their holiday destinations. However, those who come to Jordan cherish their holidays here. Why?

Must see in Jordan

Amman Often, Jordan luxury tours begin and end in Amman. Most of the country’s flights arrive and depart from Queen Alia International Airport, so you’ll want to spend a day or two exploring this multicultural, cosmopolitan city. Situated in the northern area of the country between the desert and Jordan Valley, Amman traces back to as early as the 13th Century BC, but today’s city is one in which old merges with new.

Petra The rose-red city is one of the most well-known archaeological sites on the planet and a must-visit place in Jordan. “Petra,” which translates to “Rock” in Greek, was formed some 2,000 years ago as the capital city of the Nabataean Kingdom. It’s a mélange of tombs, temples and obelisks, and a wealth of treasures waiting to be uncovered (85 percent of Petra has not yet been revealed). Located about 150 miles south of Amman and 75 miles north of Aqaba, Petra spans 23 square miles. It was selected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.

Jerash About a 50-minute car ride from Amman, this town of ruins is one of the most well-preserved Roman sites outside of Italy. Jerash often lands in second place, only to Petra, for the must-visit sight in Jordan.

Wadi Rum Translated to “sand valley,” Wadi Rum is a protected desert area in southern Jordan, teeming with sandstone mountains, bouldered chambers and soaring canyons. Experience this magnificent wonder by camel, horse, jeep, or on foot. If you’re traveling on your own, with a guide, or on a private Jordan tour, all tours of Wadi Rum begin at the visitor’s center. 

The Dead Sea Follow in the footsteps of Cleopatra and King Herod when you soak up magnesium, potassium, bromine and more than 30 other minerals in the warm, healing waters of the Dead Sea. Situated west of Jordan and east of Israel and Palestine, this salt lake at 408 meters below sea level – the lowest point on the face of the earth – attracts visitors from all over the world for its serene and spiritual properties.

Our Tours

Weekend Break Tour At The Dead Sea

Religious Tour

Weekend Away: Petra & Dead Sea Tour

Petra & Wadi Rum Tour

Classical Jordan Tour

Jerash Tour

The Best Of Jordan Tour

Jordan Adventure Tour

Our Activities

Petra Tour By Night

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Balloon Ride Tour

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Ibex Trail Tour

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Siq Trail Tour

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Malaqi Trail Tour

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Rummana Mountain Trail Tour

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Orjan Village Trail Tour

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Accommodation

Landmark Amman Hotel

Amman Marriott Hotel

Jordan Valley Marriott Dead Sea Resort & Spa

Petra Marriott Hotel

Double Tree By Hilton Aqaba

Evason Ma in Hot Spring

Taybet Zaman Hotel

Amman Cham Palace Hotel

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