Jordan program 9 days 8 nights

Day 1


Arrival at South Jordanian Israel Border, transfer to Aqaba for City tour and time for swim 3 hours in the afternoon we go onto our next destination which is the largest landscape of Jordan, Wadi Rum. In this vast echoing wilderness you can enjoy a safari Tour by 4X4 Jeep with the local community, The Bedouins. DJ Dinner at our camp in Wadi Rum, (if the wether clean we do a Night walk and star observation), overnight at Hillawi Camp & overnight

Day 2


After breakfast, we leave Wadi Rum to start our journey to explore the Red Rose City, Petra. The ancient city was founded by the Arab Nabatean Civilization 2400 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 choose different walks and climbs to discover the mystery of Petra. You will enjoy optional lunch inside Petra. Dinner and overnight at Amra Hotel in Petra

Day 3


After breakfast we leave Petra to Dana Valley as we do a hike inside Dana Valley to Learn about the beautiful monuments of Dana Reserve Dinner and overnight at hotel in Dana Valley

Day 4


After breakfast we leave Dana Valley to our next destination would be the Dead Sea. This unique spot lies on a remarkable landscape 400 meters below sea level. In this serene atmosphere, you can sunbathe, relax, and swim in the overlapping waters and be amazed that you cannot sink! Overnight at hotel in Dead Sea free time for relaxation in Dead Sea

Day 5


After breakfast free time for relaxation in Dead Sea

Day 6


After breakfast, we will leave Dead Sea to visit Mt. Nebo, which is believed to be the place where 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 after visit we continue to Madaba as you will visit the Greek Orthodox Church St. George, where you will see the masterpiece of Madaba (a Byzantine mosaic map that goes back to the 6th century, showing Jerusalem and other holy sites) after we drive back to Amman the capital of Jordan, Amman. named Philadelphia, it originally spread over 7 hills like Rome. Antiquity and modernism meet here, arriving at the hotel for dinner & overnight.

Day 7


After breakfast, we will visit the capital of Jordan, Amman. named Philadelphia, it originally spread over 7 hills like Rome. Antiquity and modernism meet here, where you will visit ruins of Assyrians, Babylonians, Ammonites and Romans afterworld we will head to Our next destination, the Desert Castles. They were built by the Umayyad to serve as caravan stations and hunting lodges for travelers, the walls and the floors are adorned with frescos and fragments of mosaic. One of the Castles, Qasr Al Azraq was the residence of T.A. Lawrence of Arabia during the Arab Revolution. After we finish our tour we will head back to Amman, for dinner & overnight.

Day 8


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 return to Amman for dinner & overnight.

Day 9


We will leave Amman to Queen Alia International Airport for your final destination.