Start you day by having a traditional breakfast before visiting the Citadel and the Roman Theatre and taking a walking tour of Rainbow Street. When Amman was a small town this gentle neighborhood was the preserve of the elite. The streets are lined with many fine old villas dating from the 1920s and 1930s. Lunch at a local restaurant for an authentic taste of Jordan. Continue to Al Weibdeh for a walking tour of the main highlights and several local Arab art galleries (optional) including the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts. Continue to the National Museum Park and the Paris Circle.
After breakfast, head to Jerash, one of the most complete and best preserved remnants of the Roman Empire. Exploring its streets, theatres, temples and other places like the Great Colonnade, the Arc of Triumph, the Oval Plaza, as well as the Temples of Zeus and Artemis is like travelling back in time. Afterwards, move on via Wadi Moujib to Petra. Dinner at Petra Kitchen (Live Cooking).
After breakfast, depart to Petra to visit the Nabatean Red Rose City of Petra, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. A city carved in stone more than 2,000 years ago to dominate the trade routes of ancient Arabia. First, walk the “siq” - a narrow path of 1.2 kilometres which is the main entrance to the city. At the end, you will see the treasury "Khazneh" which was believed to hold countless treasures. The first view of the "Khazneh" is breath-taking. Discover also the Theatre and the Royal Tombs before meeting the Bedouins for a one-hour tea-break. The sun set over Wadi Rum awaits you this evening, dining at an overnight desert camp!
Called the "valley of the moon" and famous for being the setting of Lawrence of Arabia, discover Wadi Rum through a 2-hour 4x4 jeep exploration and be mesmerised by the rosy red sand of the desert with towering cliffs of various brownish, reddish, and golden colours. Later, move on to Madaba the "City of Mosaics" where you will visit the church of Saint George which houses the map of the Holy Land made in 571 D.C. Continue to Mt Nebo, known as the tomb of Moses, from whose summit reveals a magnificent view of the Jordan Valley. Then transfer to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, for a chance to relax before flying home.
The price reflects this specific tour itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
Approx. £800 / 6 days
Excluding international flights
Price per person
Included in price:
Round trip transfers Airport – Hotel – Airport
Transportation according number of participants with English Speaking Driver
Local English Speaking Guide for classic visits of Jerash, Madaba Saint George Church, Mount Nebo, and Petra. More than 6 clients accompanied English Speaking Guide or preferred language guide included for the days of visit
Two nights’ accommodation in Amman, one night accommodation in Wadi Rum Camp, and one night accommodation in the Dead Sea on HB basis breakfast and dinner. One night accommodation in Petra hotel on BB Basis. Meals as per itinerary (B = Breakfast, D = Dinner) – standard accommodation
Lunch on Day 2
Dinner outside the hotel in Petra on Day 3
Meeting with the Bedouins for 1 hour with tea on Day 4 (Not Available during Ramadan)
Admission to sights as per itinerary
One pax free in double room for minimum 15 paying clients
Breakfast on Days 2 - 6, and dinners on Days 1 - 5
Not included in price:
Lunches on all days except Day 2
All type of beverages and water
Tips and portages
Towels in the Dead Sea
Visa (40 JOD approximately 60.00 USD per person) and Exit Fees (20 JOD approximately 30.00 USD per person, usually already added on the ticket price
Optional: Entrance fees to Art Galleries (Approximately 7 USD Per person) direct payment by the clients
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