Jordan: 8D & 7N
Jordan is known as the ‘Lawrence of Arabia’, Jordan is a spectacle of a destination. Jordan is packed with grand structures and hints of old civilizations.
March-May and Mid-September to Mid-November is the best time to visit Jordan. The best time to visit Jordan is during the spring season (March to May) which is also the peak season and is considered ideal for visiting this Arab country. The spring season is the best time to view the nature of this desert country. The maximum high temperature at this time is around 20 degrees Celsius. It does rain in March, so enough moisture is added to the air. The spring also brings colour to the land. Due to the pleasant weather, tourists can visit sites like Petra and Amman, which get extremely hot during the summer months. Another great time to visit Jordan will be during the Shoulder season of the Autumn months, which lasts from mid-September to mid-November. Many people also like to visit Jordan during the summer months, which lasts from June to August. But it gets excruciatingly hot at this time. If you want to visit a nearly empty Jordan, then you can target the start of December when the winter isn’t full blown. The Winter months are Offseason in Jordan, and not many activities are possible for the visitors. People who are looking forward to visiting the coastal town of Aqaba can do so throughout the year and enjoy by the sea.
Arrival at Queen Alia International Airport, transfer to Amman hotel for dinner & overnight.
After breakfast we leave the Hotel to visit Ahl Al kahf ( the cave of the sleepers) , we continue drive after that to visit Mont Nebo, which is believed to be the place where Prophet Moses was buried, and is considered to be one of the most important holy sites in Jordan. Ruins of the 4th and 6th Century with marvelous mosaics adorning the grounds of the church are still visible, we will continue to the Dead Sea. This unique spot lies on a remarkable landscape 400 meters below sea level. It can be considered as the World's biggest spa. In this serene atmosphere, you can sunbathe, relax, and swim in the overlapping waters and be amazed that you cannot sink! One of the must do things in the Dead Sea is to enjoy the therapeutic benefits that the Dead Sea can offer. Many treatments can be provided that have healing powers for many kinds of skin diseases Dinner & overnight at Dead Sea
After Breakfast free time for swimming till 11:00 AM as we leave Dead sea and go to our next destination the city of Kerak, where we will visit the Crusader's Castle, and get to know the architectural military brilliance of the Crusaders. and continue to visit the shrine of companions Jaafar Al Tayar, Zaid bin Haritha And Abdulla bin rawaha Tomb, and after visit continue drive to Petra to visit The spring of Moses and to the Hotel for dinner and overnight.
After breakfast, we will start our journey to explore the Red Rose City, Petra. The ancient city was founded by the Arab Nabatean Civilization 2000 years ago . Its massive architectural structure, and its multicolored stones are an unforgettable attraction. Towards the end of the Siq, you will be spellbound by Petra's most Famous monument, the Treasury. You can chose different walks and climbs to discover the mystery of Petra. You will enjoy optional lunch inside the site of Petra, Afterwards we go onto our next destination which is the largest landscape of Jordan, Wadi Rum. In this vast echoing wilderness you can enjoy many daring sports while getting acquainted with the local community, The Bedouins. DJ Dinner at our camp in Wadi Rum & overnight
After Breakfast we leave Wadi Rum and go to our next destination Aqaba as we do ashort visit of Aqaba and time for swim afterworld we continue drive to Amman arrival Zamzam Hotel for dinner & overnight
After breakfast, we will move to Jerash, the Greco- Roman City, known as the City of the 1000 columns. Jerash is known as the best preserved Decapolis City in the modern world. After having lunch in Jerash we will head to Ajloun where we will visit "Qala'at Ajloun", which was built in 1184 AD by Izzedin Usama, who was one of the generals of the Arab leader Salah Eddin, to protect the routes between Jordan & Syria. After our tour in Qala'at Ajloun we will continue to our next destination is known to be one of the Decapolis Cities, situated on a hilltop overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Gadara or known as Umm Qais was the centre of cultural events and the haven of poets. Ruins of the Roman Period are still visible such as the black basalt theatre and the basilica, and the colonnaded street, the Ottoman Governor's house, which has been just recently restored and opened as a museum. After our tour in Umm Qais we will return to Irbid for dinner & overnight.
After breakfast we leave Irbed to visit Tomb of Muath ben Jabal, Tomb of Dirar Ben Al-Azwar, Tomb of Abu Obiedah Amer Ben Al Jarah after visit we continue drive to Amman arrival the hotel for dinner & overnight.
After breakfast and till the flight free time and then we will leave Amman to Queen Alia International Airport for your final destination.
- Hotel accommodation H.B as per our program.
- A/C Deluxe Car, with driver speaking English for all transfer & Tours
- Guide with request language during the program
- Horses at Petra & 4X4 at Wadi Rum
- Visa for Minimum 8 Persons
- All entrance fees mentioned in program.
- Our personal best services at all times.
- International Air Ticket.
- Drinks – Tips for Guide & Driver – Items of Personal Nature
|Amman||Spar Hotel||4 Stars||www.zamzamtowershotel.com|
|Petra||Amra Palace||4 Stars||www.amrapalacepetra.com|
|Wadi Rum||Hillawi Camp||4 Stars||www.sandrosecamp.com|
|Dead Sea||Grand East Resort||4 Stars||www.grandeasthotel.com|