Explore Jordan by a Self-Drive Tour 8 days

Day 1: Arrival Amman Airport – Hotel Amman

Arrival at Amman Airport, meet with our Representative he will help with all arrival formalities Jordan Visa
and Luggage. Rent a Car at Airport
Overnight in Amman

Day 2: Amman - Jerash – Ajloun Castle – Amman

Breakfast at the hotel, then we drive to the North of Jordan, to visit Jerash, the magnificence of Imperial Rome
being one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the World. Its paved and
colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, beautiful theatres, roomy public squares and plazas, baths,
fountains and city walls pierced by towers and gates remain in a very good condition. We will continue to
Ajloun Castle to visit Al-Rabid Castle; the 12th century Castle built by one of Saladin’s lieutenants in the
campaign against the Crusaders.

Dinner and overnight in Amman

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

Breakfast at the hotel then we’ll have one of the most memorable journeys in the Holy Land passing through
a string of ancient sites visiting Madaba; 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.

Then coming to Mt. Nebo where Moses has gone to get a view of the Promised Land before he died and from
a platform in front of the church you will enjoy a breath-taking view of Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. then
drive to the North from Petra to Kerak, along the 5000-year-old King’s Highway, then we will visit Kerak with
its magnificent Crusader castles “Crack des Moabites”. 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 Empire.

Dinner and overnight in Petra.

Day 4: Petra full day visit

Breakfast at the hotel. 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.
Then we continue our visit to the Street of Facades. The Theater which was executed by the Nabateans in
the 1st Century AD, initially it could hold 3000 People, but was later extended to hold about 7000.

Dinner and overnight in Petra

Day 5: Petra Wadi Rum 02 hours Jeep Tour – Aqaba Hotel

Breakfast at the hotel, then continue to Wadi Rum. You’ll be impressed by Wadi Rum, the Bedouins’ desert
valley bordered by rugged mountain ranges colored in brown and red where Sir Laurence wrote the seven
pillars of wisdom. then enjoy a 2 hoursJeep tour in the desert, you will be visiting: Burrah canyon via Alameleh,
Khor um ishrin, Lawrence house, Siq Lawrence.
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.

Dinner and overnight at the red sea in Aqaba.

Day 6: Aqaba – Bethany - Dead Sea

Breakfast at the hotel then you will drive towards to the Baptism Site (Bethany) through the very nice Wadi
Araba Road, the place where Jesus Christ was baptized by St. John the Baptist which is one of the most
important places of pilgrimage in Catholicism, then we will arrive your Hotel at Dead Sea

At 19:00 our Team will Pick Up your rental Car at the Hotel.

Day 7: Dead Sea Free

Dead Sea where you will 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. It is the world’s richest
source of natural salts, and hiding wonderful. You will be provided by free time to swim and to enjoy the salty

Dinner and overnight at the Dead Sea

Day 8: Departure through Amman Airport

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