+ flight to Amman and back home
11 days

What you get

History and unique nature
During the entire trip
Professional tour leader - traveler
In the desert
10 nights
Physical grade
Level 1 (easy) out of 5

Jordan. Two seas, desert, ancient forts and Petra

Two seas, deserts, mountains, the most ancient churches in the world, lost cities - Jordan has it all. Add the famed Middle Eastern hospitality and delicious food - and your dream journey is ready!

  • Spend two days in the legendary Petra exploring the unique Pink City
  • Relax on the Dead Sea and explore the unique underwater world of the Red Sea
  • Discover the biblical Nebo mountain to admire the view of Israel
  • Feel like a fearless warrior of the past in the crusader fortresses lost in the desert
  • Spend an unforgettable night in the desert in a real Bedouin camp

Trip code
Jordan. Two seas, desert, ancient forts and Petra

The price of the trip includes:

  1. Accommodation throughout the trip
  2. All transportation during the trip
  3. Wadi Rum Desert 2 Day Tour
  4. Three meals a day in the Wadi Rum desert
  5. Professional guiding services

What is NOT included:

  1. Flight to Amman and back home. (Let us know if you need help finding the best deals)
  2. Insurance (mandatory)
  3. Visa ($56. Free upon purchase of Jordan pass - a single ticket to Petra, Wadi Rum, fortresses and some museums)
  4. Food ($20-35 per day)
  5. Entrance fees to museums and other points of interest along the route (approximately $ 100)
  6. Rent of snorkeling equipment ($8-10 per day) and diving.


04 November, Thu 14 November, Sun
$ 1350
Individual Tour
You can choose your date

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). We check into a hotel and 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 enjoy 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).

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.

Day 4

Madaba city The most ancient map of the 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.

Day 5

King’s Highway Nebo mountain Wadi Mujib nature reserve Al Kerak fort

In the morning we head to the settlement near Petra. We will drive along the legendary King’s Highway, an important trade route in the Middle East that stretches from Syria to Egypt. On the way, we will stop at the biblical Nebo mountain. Christians believe that it was from here that God showed Moses the Promised Land. Indeed, a view of Israel opens up from the top.

We continue our group tour to Jordan and stop at the Wadi Mujib nature reserve. This river, known in the Bible as the Arnan, originates in the mountains of Gilead and further, meandering between strange rocks, flows into the Dead Sea. A very beautiful spot!

The next stop is at the grandiose Crusader fortress Al Kerak. It was built in the 12th century at a strategic height and did not succumb to conquerors until the 19th century! We walk around the fortress, enjoy a beautiful view of the Dead Sea. In the evening we check into a hotel near Petra.

Day 6 - 7

Petra Siq canyon Viewing platforms

In the morning, before the arrival of crowds of tourists, we set off to explore one of the new wonders of the world - Petra, or the Pink City. We walk through the narrow canyon Siq between steep cliffs - and suddenly we find ourselves in front of the Treasury - a huge building with a facade carved of pink rock. This amazing city, which later became the capital of the Nabatean kingdom, was founded around the 4th century BC at the intersection of two trade routes. Caravans loaded with spices stopped here to rest and contributed to the heyday of the Bedouin city.

But everything changed when the Romans opened the sea trade routes to the east - Petra gradually fell into decay. Just think - for many centuries this amazing city was completely abandoned, only a few hundred simple Bedouins lived here! We will spend two days in Petra discovering all hidden treasures and admiring the most famous places and the best viewing platforms.

Day 8

Wadi Rum desert Traditional Bedouin tent city

We continue our group tour to Jordan and in the morning head to the Wadi Rum desert (about 2 hours on the way). We drive along a picturesque road, enjoying the views of endless sands. The local beauty has impressed many directors - dozens of films have been filmed here, from Lawrence of Arabia to Star Wars and Transformers.

We change to SUVs and set off to explore the Martian landscapes. In the evening we arrive at a traditional Bedouin tent city. Here we will find a traditional zarb - a Bedouin dinner of meat cooked over a fire. We admire the endless starry sky, the crackle of a fire and enjoy the silence. What a magical night!..

Day 9 - 11

Aqaba city Beaches of the Red Sea Dolphins, sea turtles, diving Aqaba fortress

In the morning we leave for Aqaba on the Red Sea coast (about 1 hour on the way) where we will continue our guided tour to Jordan and check into the hotel. We will spend three days enjoying the sea and exploring the unique underwater world. Discover corals of various colors and shapes, flocks of amazing fish, as well as dolphins and sea turtles. Those who wish can take diving lessons.

We will also visit the Aqaba fortress, built by the crusaders in the 12th century. In 1916 the fort was the headquarters of Thomas Edward Lawrence, the famous British spy who became the prototype of James Bond. He led the uprising of the Arabs against the Ottoman Empire and in July 1916 triumphantly left the fortress of Aqaba to Cairo to report on the success of the operation.

The next day we go to the airport and fly home. Our group trip to Jordan has come to an end. Thank you for traveling with us!

Tour leader

Ulyana Kuidych
tour leader

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.


Citizens of almost all countries need a visa to Jordan.

A visa is obtained at the airport after arrival and costs approximately $56. You do not need to pay for a visa if you buy Jordan pass for $100 - a single ticket that gives you the right to enter Petra, fortresses and many museums. 

We provide free visa advice to clients.

Additional options

3G mobile internet in Jordan
Price: + $15
Local prepaid sim card with 2GB internet package

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