Jordan Culinarian Tour 8 Days / 7 Nights

Day 1: Arrival at Queen Alia Airport – Amman Hotel

Our representative will meet the clients with a sign and arrange all formalities when they arrive at Amman
Airport Then drop them off at the hotel
Overnight in Amman

Day 2: Amman - Jerash – Ajloun Castle – Amman

After breakfast at the hotel, we will travel to Jerash in the north of Jordan, the magnificence of Imperial
Rome being one of the biggest and most well-conserved touristic site of the incredible Roman architecture
in the World. You will be enchanted by its paved and full of columns streets, enormous theatres, lofting
hilltop temples, vast public squares and plazas, baths, fountains and city walls decorated and supported by
towers and gates with an exceptional condition. We will keep going to Ajloun Castle to visit Al-Rabid Castle,
which was constructed in the 12th century by one of Saladin’s lieutenants during Crusader wars.

Dinner at Beit Sitti Restaurant
Any day of the week, you are welcome to join us in the kitchen to learn how to prepare an Arabic feast. In
one of the oldest neighborhoods in Amman, you are cooking your own homemade breakfast-lunch or dinner
in our grandmother’s home. Starting with a main course, then moving on to the salad, side dish, and dessert.
Our grandma is waiting you!
Overnight in Amman

Day 3: Amman – Madaba – Mount Nebo – Kerak – Petra

After breakfast at the hotel, you will experience one of the most unforgettable trips in the Holy Land visiting
Madaba; “The City of Mosaics” a typical East Bank hamlet where a beautiful Byzantine mosaic can be found
virtually beneath every building. Although many of these mosaics have been unearthed and are on exhibit
in the town museum, it is believed that many more are yet undiscovered and lying-in wait to be found.
Afterward, one can enjoy a breath-taking view of the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea from a platform in
front of the chapel on mount Nebo, where Moses has gone to see the Promised Land before he passed away.
Then we will travel from Petra to Kerak in the north along the 5000-year-old King’s Highway to explore Kerak
with its remarkable Crusader castles “Crack des Moabites”.

Dinner with Bedouin Family in Wadi Musa Petra
We stay with Fatima and her family while we visit them at their home. Her hospitality is out of this world,
and her cooking is excellent. She can accommodate whatever dietary needs you may have, including
vegetarian and vegan options, and she prepares a wide range of foods. Dining with her will give you a real
Bedouin experience from a woman who grew up in Petra’s own caverns and can answer any of your
questions. Your safety and well-being are in her capable hands, and her home is immaculate.

Day 4: Petra full day visit

Have breakfast at the hotel and begin a full day tour of the Nabataean city of Petra, One of Jordan’s most
fascinating sites is Petra. One of the seven wonders of the world, Petra is awe-inspiring in terms of its
design. More than 2000 years ago, the Nabatean people built the city. You will enter the city by passing
through the Siq, a 1.2 km long canyon with mountains that reach heights of 100 m.
The first thing you’ll notice is a stunning view of El Khazneh, the city’s treasury. At first, archaeologists
believed that this was a location for the Nabatean people’s gold and treasury. However, it was actually the
burial place for the 13 most remarkable Nabatean kings.
The facade, which was constructed in the first century before Christ, is about 45m high and 30m wide. It is
thought to have served as a temple in the past.
In addition to many other parts of Petra that are virtually impossible to see in a week’s stay, the monastery
needs to be mentioned. You must ascend roughly 800 steps to reach the impressive structure.
Nevertheless, there is a lot to learn about and to see in Petra.
Mansaf Dinner at Al Qantarah Restaurant
Now you are trying Jordan’s national dish. Ask any Jordanian what food you should try when you visit
Jordan, and you’ll likely hear Mansaf as the top answer.
Mansaf is a dish of rice, lamb and dry yogurt that is used to make a sauce called jameed. Try to enjoy every
single bite.

Day 5: Petra - Wadi Rum 02 hours Jeep Tour – Wadi Rum Bedouin Life style Camp

After having breakfast at the hotel, we will drive to Wadi Rum which is the largest desert in Jordan. Now it
is the perfect time to have a cup of tea while building a fire.
Will be capable of reaching amazing sites such as Lawrence’s Spring, Khazali Canyon, the sand dunes, the
Anfishiyeh inscriptions, Lawrence’s House, Small Arch, and Umm Fruth Rock Bridge, as well as a pass through
Geber Amra Canyon. By foot all of the mentionrd above sites can be reached from climbing the beautifil
dunes to the Top of Rock Bridges.
The Camp wait for us for a very Traditional dinner called Zarb.
One of the most traditional dishes, you will ever come across, is Zarb. It is a traditional Bedouin dish that is
slowly prepared in an underground oven. Originally used to cook a whole goat, chicken or lamb, this method
provides a slow cooking that preserves the flavors of the meat and produces a dish that is crisp on the
exterior and juicy inside. Today, potatoes and other vegetables are cooked in the oven as well.
Overnight under a magical night sky in Wadi Rum with many Stars.

Day 6: Wadi Rum – Bethany – Dead Sea

After our Breakfast at the Hotel, our day will start at Al Maghtas.
The Baptism Site “Bethany beyond the Jordan” (Al-Maghtas) is located in the Jordan Valley, north of the
Dead Sea. Al-Maghtas includes two amazing archaeological areas, tell el-Kharrar, also known as Jabal Mar
Elias, and the area of the Churches of St. John the Baptist. “Bethany beyond the Jordan” is having its own
religious and holy significance to the majority of denominations of Christian faith, who have considered
this site as the location where Jesus of Nazareth was baptised by John the Baptist. Few minutes and we will
arrive our Hotel at Dead Sea.
Dinner and Overnight at Dead Sea

Day 7: Free day at the Dead Sea

Dead Sea, here you will encounter one of the most incredible, natural, and spiritual landscapes in the whole
world. Dead sea is considered the lowest point on earth. It is rich in natural salt, and hidden wonderful
treasures. Feel free to swim in the salty water.
Dinner and Overnight at Dead Sea

Day 8: Dead Sea – Amman Airport

After the breakfast you will be transferred to Queen Alia Airport by our private driver.