Jordan is home to some of mankind’s earliest settlements and villages that can still be explored today. From the lost Nabataean city of Petra, to the crusader castles, Jordan lies at the crossroads of the Middle East.

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Tour TypeTrip NameNo. DaysBookingsPrices per person
Escorted TourJordan Experience5From $1,525.00
Escorted TourWonders of Jordan7From $2,499.00

Jordan Experience

Caravans of spice traders and crusading Christian soldiers once crossed the dramatic desert landscapes of Jordan and you will too, journeying from the beautifully preserved Greco-Roman city of Amman to the fabled “rose red” Petra ruins set deep within a narrow gorge. Travel north along the King’s Highway admiring Crusader monuments and views of the Promised Land en route.

Day 1: Arrive Amman

Welcome to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, a country with outstanding ancient history, biblical sites of importance and beautiful desert landscapes. You are met on arrival at Amman Airport and transferred to your hotel. The white stone city of Amman is the capital of Jordan and a good base from which to explore the destination's extraordinary heritage.

Day 2: Amman – Jerash – Petra

Visit the 3rd century ruins at Jerash, a beautifully preserved and once prosperous Greco-Roman city north of Amman. In its day, Jerash - the favourite city of the Roman emperor Hadrian - was a member of the federation of Greek cities and an important stop on the incense and spice trade route to the Mediterranean. The ruins spanning several centuries have been carefully preserved and tell the tale of its zenith and fall during the 12th century Crusades. Return to the seven hills of Amman for a sightseeing tour with your Local Specialist of the impressive 6,000-seater Roman amphitheatre built between 128 and 161 CE into the northern side of a hill that once served as a graveyard, and Citadel Hill which towers over the city from atop Jabal al-Qala. Arrive later in Petra, where you dine tonight at your hotel.

Day 3: Petra

Spend the day in the rose-red city of Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and certainly one of the world's most famous archaeological sites. Carved into the sheer rock face over 2,000 years ago by Nabataeans, Petra was an important link in the Silk Road route where frankincense, myrrh and spices were traded. A large earthquake in the 4th century largely destroyed the prosperous trading city which has also been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will enter the city through the Siq, a narrow gorge flanked on either side for over 1,200 metres by cliffs soaring 80 metres high; Nabatean sculpture representing gods feature prominently. Emerge from the path and see the magnificent 40-metre façade of the Treasury, with its ornate decorations, the first of many wonders to be explored.

Day 4: Petra – Amman

Follow the King's Highway north to Shobak, giving you an opportunity to see villagers in their day-to-day life, and visit the 12th century Crusader fortress, Kerak, which was used as a base to control Bedouin herders and trade routes. View the Promised Land from Mount Nebo, the same place Moses did in the Hebrew Bible. At Madaba's St. George's Church, view The Kings Way mosaic portrait of the Holy Land, the largest mosaic portrait in the world, dating from the 6th century. Don't miss the opportunity to extend your stay with two relaxing nights at the Dead Sea in the Jordan Rift Valley, see below. Alternatively, continue to Amman for your final night and perhaps watch the sunset from the view point near the Citadel, the sound of the muezzin call the perfect accompaniment ending a magical trip through a fascinating land.

Day 5: Depart Amman

This morning bid farewell to this extraordinary land. Transfers to Amman airport are available.

Meals: 4 breakfasts, 4 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach
Accommodation: 4 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary

Wonders of Jordan

Ancient sights and fascinating landscapes await you on this Jordan tour that begins in Amman, Jordan’s capital, and ends at the Dead Sea, the lowest place on Earth. In between, you’ll visit many of Jordan’s amazing sights.

Day 1: Arrive Amman

Arrive at Amman Airport and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day is at leisure. Enjoy this evening's welcome dinner with your travelling companions, hosted by your Tour Director.

Day 2: Amman

Start this morning with guided city sightseeing of Amman and a visit to the Roman Amphitheatre. Later, travel to Jerash, which was inhabited as early as 3200 BC. Although the city was impacted by the earthquake of 749 AD, it is the site of the best preserved Greco-Roman ruins in the Middle East. Next, stop in Umm Qais, site of the Gadarene swine miracle.

Day 3: 3. Amman - Wadi Rum - Petra

An exciting visit to Wadi Rum is on the program today. Wadi Rum is the largest wadi (ravine) in Jordan and made eternally famous through the movie Lawrence of Arabia. Enjoy spectacular Four-Wheeling through the sand dunes and receive a keffiyeh, a local headscarf. Continue to the "Rose-Red City" of Petra, where you can relax at your hotel this evening or explore the ancient city.

Day 4: Petra

Full day of guided sightseeing in Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. Lost to the world for centuries, it is located in the biblical land of Moab. Enjoy an unforgettable experience as you walk down the SIQ, the narrow gorge made famous in the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Stand in awe in front of the iconic and famed Treasury. You'll see spectacular temples and tombs created out of the rose-coloured sandstone, and sip tea in a real Bedouin Tent.

Day 5: Petra – Kerak - Wadi Mujib - Dead Sea

This morning features Kerak, with a visit to the Crusader Castle and Wadi Mujib, the "Jordanian Grand Canyon." Continue to your hotel at the Dead Sea for your 2-night stay.

Day 6: Dead Sea

A fascinating day awaits! Stop in Madaba to visit St. George's Church, which houses a precious 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land. Also explore the Madaba Archaeological Museum. Today's major highlight is a visit to Mount Nebo, where Moses saw the Promised Land. Next is Bethany Beyond the Jordan, where Christians believe that Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist. Back at the Dead Sea tonight, enjoy a farewell dinner with your travelling companions to celebrate an unforgettable journey.

Day 7: Dead Sea - Depart Amman

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning (the nearest airport is Amman).

Meals: 6 breakfasts, 6 dinners
Transport: Airport Transfers & Luxury air-conditioned coach & 4WD
Accommodation: 6 nights
Guide: An expert Travel Director & separate Driver
Entrance Fees & Touring:Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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