Once you arrive at Amman, your driver will pick you up from the airport. Depending upon your time of arrival, you will have opportunity to explore Amman. Amman is a city of contrasts, where traditional Arab culture meets modern Western influences. And nowhere is this more apparent than in Jabal Weibdeh. This vibrant neighbourhood is home to a variety of businesses, including art galleries, cafes and restaurants. It's also a great place to explore on foot, with plenty of sights to see. The King Abdullah II Mosque is a beautiful example of Islamic architecture, while the Citadel offers stunning views over the city. Rainbow Street is a lively pedestrian thoroughfare lined with colorful shops and cafes. For a taste of Jordanian culture, be sure to visit the Jordan Museum. Here you'll find displays on the country's history, art and archaeology. You can wander along the Colonnaded Street, which was once the main road of the ancient city. As you walk, imagine what it would have been like in Roman times. Then, climb up the steps of the Temple of Artemis, one of the best-preserved Roman temples in the world. This large Amphitheater was built in the 2nd century AD and could once seat up to 6,000 people. Today, it's still used for performances, so you may be lucky enough to hear traditional bagpipers playing. With so much to see and do, Amman is a must-visit for anyone exploring Jordan. After exploring whole of this city, you will go back to your hotel. Overnight stay at Amman.
After your breakfast, you will continue your Jordan itinerary to Jerash. It’s almost an hour drive from Amman before you get there. Jerash is an ancient city located in present-day Jordan. Once part of the Decapolis, a league of ten cities that served as a center of Greek culture in the eastern Mediterranean, It was one of the largest and most prosperous cities in the region. Today, Jerash is best known for its well-preserved Roman ruins, which are among the finest outside of Italy. The city's main street, the Cardo, is lined with monumental columns and features a number of impressive fountains and temples. Just outside the city walls is the Hippodrome, a large arena that would have been used for horse and chariot races in Roman times. With its wealth of historical sites, Jerash is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the Roman Empire. Then, you will head towards Zubia Forest. It is a hidden gem in the Northern Jordanian Highlands. accessible only by foot, the forest is home to Roman ruins, dense forests, and small villages. On your hike, you'll be accompanied by a local guide who will share stories of the Forest's history. The trail will take you through the forest and down into the valley below, where you'll get a unique perspective of the region. In addition to its natural beauty, Zubia Forest is also home to a variety of plants and animals. This makes it a perfect destination for nature lovers and bird watchers alike. Then, you will return to Amman for overnight stay.
After your breakfast, you will continue your 10 days Jordan itinerary to Dana. You will travel on the Kings Highway. Dana Nature Reserve is a must-see for anyone visiting Jordan. Located in the southern part of the country, the reserve is home to an ancient Ottoman village that dates back to the 16th century. You can explore the traditional architecture and stroll through the streets of this historic site. The reserve also offers stunning views of the Great Rift Valley, making it a perfect spot for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts. While in Dana Nature Reserve, you will take a two-hour trek with a local guide. This is a great way to see some of the unique landscapes in the reserve, including its dramatic cliffs, lush valleys, and diverse wildlife. Then, you will head towards Shobak which is known for its Crusader Castles. Shobak Castle is situated on a vast mountain plateau in Jordan. It is surrounded by empty land, making it an ideal place to explore the crusader castles. The castle was built by the Crusaders in the 12th century and was later captured by the Mamluks in the 13th century. It has a unique architecture that combines Islamic and Crusader elements. Its walls are covered with Arabic inscriptions and there is a Mosque inside it. You can also see the remains of a Crusader church and a Mamluk palace inside the castle. In the Outside, there are extensive gardens and a pool. The Castle is open to visitors all year round. After this exciting visit, you will then head towards Wadi Rum where the Bedouins will host you. You will spend the night in a camp and you will end your third journey there.
Your 8 days Jordan itinerary will show you today the epic lifestyle of Jordan. After your breakfast, you will leave for hiking in the desert, in Jbel Hash. Jebel Hash is one of the highest mountains in Wadi Rum, and hiking to the top is an amazing way to experience the unique mars-like landscape of this desert region. The hike takes a full day, starting in the morning and ending at sunset. You'll have a local Beduin guide with you throughout, who will share their knowledge of the area and point out interesting features along the way. The hike also includes a lunch stop, with lovely views, and a meal that's been prepared with local ingredients. From the top of Jebel Hash, you'll have a splendid view over the entire desert landscape - it's an experience you won't soon forget! As the sun begins to set, you'll pack up your things and head back to camp. After a long day of exploring, you're looking forward to some rest. The walk back is peaceful, and you take in the beauty of the desert as the light starts to change. When you arrive at the camp, you will be greeted by the warm smile of your Bedouin host. He invites you to sit by the fire and relax while he prepares dinner. The food is simple but delicious, and you enjoy spending time with your new friends around the campfire. As you gaze up at the stars, you feel grateful for this unique experience and can't wait to see what tomorrow brings.
After breakfast, you will leave for a 3 hour jeep drive in the desert. Deserts are some of the most fascinating and unique places on Earth. They are home to a wide variety of plants and animals, many of which are found nowhere else. And while the desert may seem like a barren wasteland, it is actually teeming with life. A Jeep tour is the perfect way to explore the desert and discover its hidden wonders. You'll wind your way through canyons, past bizarre rock formations, and up red sand dunes. Along the way, you'll learn about the plants and animals that call the desert home. And you'll get an up-close look at the Nabatean inscriptions that tell the story of this ancient civilization. Then, you will head back to Wadi Rum Village and continue you itinerary towards Little Petra. Little Petra is an archaeological site located in Jordan, just north of the city of Petra. Though it is not as large or well-known as its famous neighbour, Little Petra is significant in its own right, as it is one of the earliest known settlements in human history. The site consists of a series of caves and rock-cut chambers, many of which were used as living quarters. One of the most striking features of Little Petra is its entrance, which is a narrow opening that was carved into the sandstone cliff face. This opening would have served as both a defensive measure and a way to control the flow of people entering and exiting the site. Today, Little Petra is a popular tourist destination, and its unique architecture continues to impress visitors from all over the world. Finally, you will travel towards Petra for an overnight stay. Make sure to have some rest because your 8 Days Jordan Itinerary still hides surprises for you!
This journey of you 8 Days trip will be devoted to exploring Petra. Visiting Petra is like stepping back in time. This ancient city, carved into the red rocks of southern Jordan, was once a thriving center of trade and culture. Pentra, by far, is among the most popular tourist destinations in the world. UNESCO has designated it a World Heritage Site, and it is easy to see why. The city is filled with amazing ancient architecture, from the towering Treasury to the breath-taking Monastery. You can explore the ancient streets, visiting many shops and restaurants, and even ride a camel through the desert. There is no doubt that Petra is a truly amazing place, and a full day is not nearly enough time to see everything this ancient city has to offer. The Siq is a narrow, winding canyon that leads to the Treasury, which is one of the most famous buildings in Petra. The Treasury is carved into the sandstone cliff and has a long staircase leading up to it. There is also a viewpoint opposite the Treasury where you can see the building from above. The Street of Facades is lined with carved stone buildings, and the Roman area has a number of temples and other monuments. You can also climb up to the High Place of Sacrifice, which was used for ceremonial purposes. The Garden Temple Complex is located at the end of the Street of Facades and includes a number of temples and other buildings. If you are energetic enough, you can climb the 800 steps up to the Monastery, which is Petra’s largest temple.
After breakfast, you will travel towards the Dead Sea. On the way, you will make a stop at Mujib Canyon. The Mujib Canyon is one of the most scenic routes in all of Jordan. The canyon is located in the Mujib Reserve, which is home to a variety of wildlife, including some rare species of cats and mountain goats (Ibex). Siq trail offers you the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful scenery in Jordan. The trail includes waterfalls, swimming holes, and picturesque views of the canyon. You can choose to hike the trail on their own or with a guide. After a while, you have finally arrived at the Dead Sea. The first thing you notice is the heat. It hits you like a wave as soon as you step out of the car, and the air is thick with humidity. The second thing is the smell of salt. The Dead Sea is almost ten times saltier than the ocean, and the high concentration of minerals makes it a popular destination for those seeking relief from skin conditions such as psoriasis. As you walk down to the water's edge, you can see why it's called the Dead Sea - the water is so salty that nothing can live in it. However, that doesn't stop people from floating in it. The high salt content makes it impossible to sink, and many people find the experience of floating in the Dead Sea to be incredibly relaxing. In addition to floating, there are also a number of beach clubs where you can enjoy a full-body mud treatment or simply relax in the sun. With its unique atmosphere and therapeutic properties, it's no wonder that the Dead Sea is one of the most popular tourist destinations.
This is your last day of your 8 days Jordan tour. You will wake up in the morning to experience the beautiful sunset at the Dead Sea. The sun rises over the water, painting the sky in a spectrum of oranges, pinks, and purples. The reflections of the colours dance on the surface of the sea, creating a scene that is both tranquil and stunning. The air is warm and still, and the only sound is the gentle lap of waves against the shore. As the sun rises above the horizon, the colours begin to increase in intensity, leaving behind a peaceful silence. The sunrise at Dead Sea is an unforgettable experience. You will then leave for Amman International Airport and this marks the end of your 8 Days Jordan Itinerary.
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