Jordan Weekend

Day 1: Arrival at Queen Alia Airport – Hotel Dead Sea

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 at the Dead Sea

Day 2: Dead Sea – 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
Dinner and overnight in Petra

Day 3: 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 4: Wadi Rum 03 hours Bedouin Jeep Safari - Amman Hotel

We will have a Bedouin breakfast before continuing to Wadi Rum, Jordan’s largest desert and sanctuary, where Sir
Lawrence wrote The Seven Pillars of Wisdom. in a Bedouin jeep for 3 hours, we will be visiting: Bburrah Gorge in
Alameleh, Khor around Ishrin, Lawrence House, Siq Lawrence. After this remarkable trip in Wadi Rum, we will drive to
Amman to experience a magical night tour.
Dinner and overnight in Amman

Day 5: Amman Hotel – Queen Alia Airport

After having breakfast, you, will be transferred to the Amman Airport.