Jordan Hiking Tour 10 Days

Day 1: Queen Alia Airport Amman – Hotel Amman

Arrival at Amman Airport, meet with our Representative he will help with all arrival formalities Jordan Visa
and Luggage.
Dinner and overnight in Amman

Day 2: Amman - Dana - Wadi Ghuweir

Your day is going to start early in the morning with a drive of approximately 2 hours and a half to the
starting point of Wadi Dana hike. The hike begins at Dana Village at 3, 937 feet height. Moving to the west
into the Dana Valley, you will make your way down the trail that leads to the Dana Biosphere Reserve.
Dana Biosphere Reserve is made up of four different bio-zones and is home to an amazing variety of plant
and animal life such as: the griffon vulture, the hyrax, the copper-blue lizard, and if you’re lucky, the ibex or
desert fox. At the end of the day, you’ll camp under the starlit sky at Wadi Ghuweir at a distance of 16 km.
Hiking Distance: 16 km

Day 3: Hike to Furon

Today you’ll be hiking to Furon, which is a difficult part of our hike, but it’s also very rewarding. The route
takes you through a dramatic valley and up into the mountains, where you’ll be able to see unbelievable
views of Wadi Araba Desert.
In the afternoon, you’ll arrive at your camp and meet the camping crew.
Hiking Distance: 16 Km

Day 4: Hike to Ghbour Whedat

Today’s hike takes you through some of Jordan’s wildest and remotest places. You’ll make your way from
Furon, passing Ras Al-Fayid, on your way to Ghbour whedat. Along the way, you’ll see the stunning views
of Jordan’s remote and wildest corners. As you make your way through the Sharah mountains, enjoy the
views of the black mountains that line the trail, and take in the steep descents into the canyon below. As
you ascend the hills, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the desert beyond. You’ll be able to stay the
night at Ghbour whedat,Camp which will be set up by your Camping Crew.

Day 5: Hike to Little Petra / Al Beidah

Today you’ll witness human habitation like Bedouin camps and sheep pens, as well as small agricultural
plots. Along the way, you’ll pass Nabatean ruins (some of which may contain wine and olive presses or
other ancient water infrastructure) and you’ll eventually arrive at Little Petra, which archaeologists believe is
a suburb of Petra and where traders along the Silk Road used to stay. You’ll stay overnight at one of the
Bedouin camps at Little Petra.
Total hiking distance: 13 km

Day 6: Little Petra to Petra

Today you’ll be entering Petra through the “back door” where you’ll avoid most of the tourist crowds.
Following a Nabataean path out of the valley, you’ll skirt around the last mountain on a natural stone
terrace that’s been improved to make it safer for walkers. The trail narrows slightly before reaching a
concealed plateau high above the incredible cavity of Wadi Syyagh. Just before you arrive you’ll find the
Monastery in the cliff face. Take the Nabataean stairs into ancient Petra. From here, your route will take
you through Wadi Muthlim (weather-dependent) to Wadi Musa.
Dinner and overnight in Petra.
Hiking Distance: 11 Km

Day 7: Petra

Following breakfast, you’ll return to the Nabataean “Red Rose City” of Petra, where you’ll enter via Siq
Canyon—a half-mile-long, narrow gorge that’s crisscrossed by over 260-foot-tall limestone cliffs. Step
inside the hundreds of intricately carved stone tombs and marvel at Petra’s vast collection of treasures,
including the treasury, sacred altars, roman-style theatres, temples and columned streets of this sprawling
UNESCO world heritage site. You’ll then be transported to Wadi Rum on a 4×4 Jeep excursion that takes
you along the same route as Lawrence of Arabia, as you explore rock monoliths, breathtaking mountain
vistas and narrow canyons.
Overnight at a Bedouin camp in Wadi Rum.
Hiking Distance: 7 Km

Day 8: Dead Sea

After breakfast, you’ll move to 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.

Day 9: Dead Sea – Wadi Mujib Siq Trail – Amman

After breakfast, you’ll be driven to Wadi Mujib Canyon. Wadi Mujib is a mesmerizing canyon that stands high
above the Mujib River and stretches for 70 kilometers. The Mujib River in Jordan feeds into the Dead Sea,
which is the lowest point on the planet. On many of the excursions you’ll have the opportunity to walk through
the water, under the majestic canyons and down into the Dead Sea. Sections of Wadi Mujib also include the
Mujib Biosphere Reserve, which is home to several endangered species.
After a magical experience, we continue to Amman. Upon arrival in Amman, we will visit the citadel with the
temple of Hercules, the Umayyad palace, the Byzantine church and the Amman archaeological museum.
Here we will see statues from 6,000 BC and the Dead Sea copper scroll. Nearby is the Roman Theatre which
houses the museum of popular traditions and the folklore museum. At late afternoon we will enjoy a
special Jordanian dinner and have a great walk at the Old Souq in Down Town Amman.

Day 10: Amman – Queen Alia Airport

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