Jordan Highlights

Day 1: Arrival to Jordan

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.
Dinner and overnight in Amman

Day 2: Amman City Tour – Jerash – Amman

We’ll visit the ancient and the modern portion of Amman within hour touring visit, touring over
downtown. Here in the downtown you’ll find the Citadel which is an archeological location
where discoveries are still made nowadays. Moving down you’ll too discover the sanctuary of
Hercules and a Byzantine Church. From the mountain you’ll have an excellent view over the
ancient Roman Theater, a magnificent landmark set into the side of the mountain. The theatre
was built 151 after Christ and offered seats for around 6000 individuals. Nowadays it is utilized
for cultural occasions.
Jerash is one of the best-preserved roman cities. Strolling around the zone of Jerash is a travel
in time. Within the antiquated time Jerash was called Gerase and was one of the individuals of
the “Dekapolis”. The Dekapolis was a group of ten greek-roman cities, who protected and
helped each other in financial issues.
Still nowadays you’ll be able to walk through the Arc de Triomphe, which was built in 129 after
Christ to the honor of Roman emperor Hadrian. It was expected to be the southern door of the
city, but the expansion plans were never completed.
Most of the city is still lasting today because of how carefully and thoughtfully it was built.
Some ruins have been repaired. The original stones that were used to pave the 600-meter
colonnaded Street are still present, and you can still see the ruts left by chariot wheels along its
Dinner & overnight in Amman

Day 3: Amman – Madaba – Mt. Nebo – Kingsway – Kerak – Petra

Archeologists think that this is the grave of the prophet Moses. And through excavations basalt
and a monastery form the early Byzantine Christians were found. From an exposed place you can
look over the country and might be able to see Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
Another name for Madaba is “the city of the mosaics”. The Byzantine mosaic from ancient
Palestine, also known as the Palestine map, is the believed to be the main attraction.
Day 1: Arrival to Jordan
Day 2: Amman City Tour – Jerash – Amman
Day 3: Amman – Madaba – Mt. Nebo – Kingsway – Kerak – Petra
Its original dimensions were 25 x 5 meters and it was made up of two million mosaic stones.
Mountains, valleys, towns, and even cities are depicted in the mosaic.
Two of the largest Crusader castles are located after the old Kingsway. The first is called Qal’at Ash
Shawabak, and the second is called Qal’at Al-Kerak.
Both castles were constructed to guard the Red Sea trade routes as well as the borders of the Roman
The Castles of the Crusaders Before they were even castles, Qal’at Al-Kerak already existed. It was the
first Crusader castle in 1142. Its constructor and first lord is Payen le Bouteiller.The first time the castle’s
security was tested was in 1170; in order to ensure a trouble-free journey for a Syrian caravan to Egypt.
Nur Ed-Din besieged the castle then Kerak was under siege again in the year 1173, this time by Saladin’s
and Nur ed-Din’s forces.
Dinner & overnight in Petra

Day 4: Full day Visit of Petra – Wadi Rum

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.
In the late afternoon we will drive to Wadi Rum Jordan’s largest desert and one of the most spectacular
desert landscapes in the world. Tonight you will enjoy traditional dinner and have your overnight in the
Camp .
Dinner & overnight in Wadi Rum

Day 5: Wadi Rum – Aqaba

You’ll be impressed by Wadi Rum, the Bedouins’ desert valley bordered by rugged mountain
ranges colored in brown and red. The mountains are made of sandstone and granite. (Jebel
Rum) is the highest mountain standing at 1254 meters high. The dark granite stone served as
the mountains’ base, and sand stone served as their summit. Numerous springs can be found in
the inner part of the Wadi because of this typical stone arrangement.
Raindrops permeates the sandstone then it encounters the granite stone, where it flows to the
exterior and forms springs. The water often emerges from the mountains in valleys many meters
above the ground. The first farming families moved into the Wadi around 8000 years before
Christ and started cultivating the land near the mountain springs.
A two-hour Jeep Safari will undoubtedly be the best experience in Wadi Rum!
At afternoon we’ll drive to Aqaba. Aqaba is the only Seaside city in Jordan with the red mountains of
Wadi Rum in the background and the Red Sea in the foreground. Aqaba has a lot of luxurious resorts
and hotels which ensure a restful place to return to after a long day of touring in Jordan. The main
activities of Aqaba are Water sports activities like beach exploring, diving, and in the evening you can
also enjoy a walk in Aqaba City Center.

Day 6: Aqaba – Dead Sea – Amman

After the breakfast we’ll start through the nice Wadi Araba Road to the Dead Sea.
Enjoy an experience of 400 meters below sea level at the lowest point on Earth. Enjoy a special
bathing experience in water that won’t let you sink. Simply unwind and relax at the beach or
pool, or indulge in one of the many spa services offered at the Private Beach at the Dead Sea.
Dinner and overnight in Amman

Day 7: Amman – Desert Castles – Amman

The Jordanian Desert Castles are a collection of historic structures located in the eastern desert of Jordan.
These castles and palaces were built during the Umayyad period (7th-8th centuries) and served various
purposes, including hunting lodges, caravan stations, and retreats for the Umayyad caliphs and nobility.
The Desert Castles offer a fascinating glimpse into the region’s rich history, architecture, and cultural
heritage. In the evening we’ll enjoy a farewell dinner in an Oriental Local Restaurant.
Overnight in Amman.

Day 8: Departure

After the breakfast you will be transferred to the Amman Airport, our representative is there to help
with all departure formalities and any inquiries.