Jordan RoundTrip 7 days 6 nights

Day1:

Arrival Queen Alia International Airport, Meet & Assist Transfer to Amman Hotel, for Dinner and Overnight.

Day 2:

  After Breakfast at Hotel, City tour of Amman, then Proceed to Desert Castles, back to Amman for Dinner & Overnight at Hotel.

Day 3:

  After Breakfast at Hotel, Drive to Madaba, Mount Nebo, then Proceed to Visit Kerak, and Direct to Petra Hotel for Dinner and Overnight.

Day 4:

  After Breakfast at Hotel, Visit Petra, Back to hotel for Dinner & Overnight.

Day 5:

 After Breakfast at Hotel, drive to Wadi Rum 4x4 jeep Tour Two Hours Tour, Then return back to Amman for Dinner & Overnight at hotel in Amman.

Day 6:

 After Breakfast at Hotel, Drive to Visit Jerash –Ajloun –Um Qais –Sightseeing of Jordan Valley , back to Amman For Dinner & Overnight.

Day 7:

  After Breakfast at Hotel, Transfer to Queen Alia Airport for Departure Home.

Location Description:

Amman

-  Enjoy the panoramic views. Return to Amman, Jordan's capital, for a city tour.  Visit the Citadel featuring a spectacular view over the hills and valleys of the capital, the temple of Hercules, the Ummayyad palace, a Byzantine church and the archaeological museum. Down the hill is the Roman theatre which seats 6,000 and the nearby Grand Hussein Mosque.

Madaba is famous for the unique mosaic map of the Holy Land, which can be found in Saint George's church floor.  

Mount Nebo is the place where Moses looked over the Holy Land and the Dead Sea. That is the place where Moses was seen for the last time; therefore we consider this place as burial place for Moses. You can visit here the memorial church of Moses. If the sky is clear Jerusalem, Jericho and Bethlehem will meet your eye at the other side of the Dead Sea.

KerakKerak Castle is a magnificent Crusader fortress. It is located 124 km south of Amman

 On the King’s Highway, where it could control all traffic from north and south

Petra no visit of Jordan will be complete without having seen the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom, Petra. The long-lost city of Petra, carved entirely by man into the rose-red sandstone rocks, puts your imagination to the test. It's a mystic and glorious place, an eternal tribute to a lost civilization. Petra was the central meeting point of the Nabatean spice routes which originated from the Persian Gulf, Western Arabia and the Red Sea. About two thousand years ago Petra became the capital of the Nabatean Empire. The city was so renowned that one of its kings, Aretas IV, is even mentioned in the Bible. The natural richness of the mountainous area combines in a superb way With the refined culture and massive architecture of the Nabateans, who carved their theatre, temples, façades, tombs, monasteries, houses and roads entirely into the rose-red sandstone rocks, No wonder UNESCO placed Petra on its World Heritage List.One enters Petra by passing the Siq, a deep and narrow gorge, at the end of which all of a sudden dramatically appears the most famous monument in Petra: al-Khazneh or the Treasury. Maybe you will recognize it as the stage of the final sequence of the movie 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'. But the Treasury is just the start. Walking and climbing in Petra hundreds of buildings carved in stone and eroded through the centuries into fabulous multi-coloured walls will be revealed to you.

 Wadi Rum: is a journey to another world, a silent and timeless place where you will be dwarfed to insignificance. 'Vast, echoing and Godlike', that's how Lawrence of Arabia described. The uniquely shaped massive mountains rise out of the rose-red desert sand. This desert is the home for the local Bedouin tribes.

Jordan's desert castles, beautiful examples of both early Islamic art and architecture, stand testament to a fascinating era in the country's rich history. Their fine mosaics, frescoes, stone and stucco carvings and illustrations, inspired by the best in Persian and Graeco - Roman traditions, tell countless stories of the life as it was during the fifth to the eighth centuries. Called castles because of their imposing stature, the desert complexes  actually served various purposes as caravan stations, agriculture and trade centres, resort pavilions and outposts that helped distant rulers forge ties with local Bedouins.

Umm Qais was built mainly out of black basalt. Here you can enjoy the impressive

 

Prices:

Include the following:
• Meet and assist by Our Representative at Queen Alia International Airport upon Arrival and Departure.
• 4 Night’s Accommodation in 4 Stars Hotel in Amman on H/B Basis.
• 2 Night’s Accommodation 4 Stars Hotel in Petra on H/B Basis.
• Transportation in a Modern Air-Conditioned Car With English speaking driver,
• Entrance fees to all mentioned sites.
• Horse riding for 800 meters in Petra.
• Jeep Tour Wadi Rum 2 Hours.
• Local Guide in Jerash & in Petra.


 not include the following:
• Personal Expenses.
• Insurance.
• Flight Tickets from home.
• Anything not mentioned in the Program.
• Tips for Guides and Drivers.
• Visa at Amman Airport upon Arrival Cost $15.00 Per Person.