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Jordan. Two seas, desert, ancient forts and Petra

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Tour description

Become a grain of sand among the Martian landscapes. Drink coffee with the Bedouin people in the desert. Touch the walls of larger-than-life temples. These experiences are priceless!

  • Spend two days in the legendary Petra exploring the ancient Pink City carved out in red rocks
  • Relax on the Dead Sea and try famous mineral muds
  • Swim next to dolphins, turtles and exotic colorful fish in the Red Sea
  • Become a fearless warrior of the past in the crusader fortresses of Al Kerak and Aqaba
  • Spend an unforgettable night in a real Bedouin camp lost in the Wadi Rum desert

Tour departures

The price of the tour includes

  • Accommodation throughout the trip
  • All transportation during the trip
  • Two days trip in the desert
  • Three meals a day in the Wadi Rum desert
  • Professional guiding services

What is NOT included

  • Flight to Amman and back home. (Let us know if you need help finding the best deals)
  • Insurance (mandatory)
  • Visa $56. (Free upon purchase of Jordan pass)
  • Food ($20-35 per day)
  • Entrance fees to museums and other points of interest along the route (approximately $100)
  • Rent of snorkeling equipment ($8-10 per day) and diving.

Tour map

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Tour itinerary

Day 1-2

Beaches of the Dead sea, Ajlun fort, Antique ruins of Jerash

We arrive in Amman and head to the Dead Sea (1 hour drive). Ready to enjoy our first day on the beach? We are 427 meters below sea level - the lowest point on our planet. Let`s swim, supported by salt water, try the famous therapeutic mud, and admire the views.

In the morning we leave for Ajlun (an hour on the way). The town boasts ruins of a fortress built by the Crusaders in the 12th century. Romantics and fanatics from all over Europe traveled here, to the Holy Land, to free the Holy Sepulcher from the Arabs. We will climb the once impregnable walls to feel like ancient warriors and enjoy the views of the endless valleys.

We arrive in Jerash - a city famous for its grandiose antique ruins. For centuries they were hidden under a thick layer of sand and soil after several earthquakes. We walk among the ruins of ancient temples, and in the evening head to Amman (an hour on the way).

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Day 3

The capital Amman, Citadel and Roman ruins, Oriental bazaar, Rainbow Street

A traditional breakfast in Jordan consists of hummus, pita bread, olives, salad and dates with strong coffee. We will have enough energy to explore the bustling capital! Let's start with an iconic place - the Citadel, the ruins of the Roman theater, and the Temple of Hercules. The views of the old city from here are amazing!

Let`s explore the real Oriental bazaar. If you wish, you can buy local fruits, and nuts, enjoy a cup of traditional coffee or tea and hunt for very unusual souveniers.

Next, we move on to modern Amman. In the evening we will go for a walk along Rainbow Street - the central street of the old city. It is home to many historic buildings as well as the most popular restaurants and pubs.

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Day 4

Madaba city, The most ancient map of Holy Land, St. George Orthodox Church, Church of St. John the Baptist

We head to the most Christian city of Jordan - Madaba (about half an hour on the way). It is also known as a mosaic city because of the large number of ancient mosaics that have survived from all times - from ancient Greek to Islamic. We check into a hotel and begin our explorations of the city.

We will visit the 19th century St. George Orthodox Church, which is famous for the Madaba Map - a huge 6th century floor mosaic. This is the world's oldest map of the Holy Land! Then we go to the Church of St. John the Baptist, where the ruins of an ancient temple were recently discovered. A Christian church was later built on its foundation.

In the evening we will enjoy the most popular local dish, mansaf - juicy lamb served with rice, nuts and dried fruits. For dessert, be sure to try knafe - sweets made from cheese dough and aromatic syrup.

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Is this trip for you?

This trip is of easy physical grade. It includes long walks in cities and in nature and short transfers by rented transport up to 5 hours. Accommodation in double/twin rooms (sometimes, possibly triple). Each room will have its own bathroom with hot water and Wi Fi internet. During our stay in the desert, we will spend the night in a camp for 4-5 people in special tents with beds. Hot shower will be available in the camp.

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