visit the north historical sites
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visit the north historical sites
Cycle from Madaba to the Dead Sea
Explore Little Petra
Hike the Back trail to Petra
Wadi Rum Full Experience
A little bit of everything. This trail is designed for sports lovers and adrenaline junkies.
The first day is all about sightseeing and history. The second day starts with one of the top-ranked bike trails in Jordan from Madaba to the Dead Sea where you will stay the night at one of the resorts for a full Dead Sea experience. The trail goes to Little Petra where you will stay the night in preparation for the next day to hike the back trail to Petra.
After resting in Petra, you will be taken to the protected area of Wadi Rum for a memorable Jeep Tour in the desert followed by a unique cooking experience where you will learn the bedouin ways to make Zarb.
The last day is for you to choose from the many activities in the area.
Please indicate in the special requirements field your preferred activity for the last day in Wadi Rum in order to present you with an exact quotation.
6 Days Tour
Nature & Wildlife
Transportation in a Comfortable Car
English Speaking Driver
Full Day Cycling to Dead Sea
Bike Rental with Guide and Support Vehicle
Petra Back-trail Hike with Guide
Bedouin Cooking Class
One night in Wadi Rum with Dinner and Breakfast
Jeep Tour 4 Hrs
Mountain Hike with Guide and Wild Lunch
Comfortable Hiking Clothes and Shoes
Your Jordan Pass
A small bag for Your Water and Previously Purchased Snacks
A clear mind for a fascinating experience
Once part of the Decapolis–a group of ten city-states on the eastern edge of the Roman Empire–Umm Qais draws visitors with its ancient ruins and Biblical significance. The main attractions in Umm Qais consist of impressive remains from the Roman Gadara (the city’s former name), an Ottoman village, and a museum displaying Christian mosaics and Hellenic statues. Christian pilgrims make the trip to Umm Qais to see the purported site where Jesus exorcised demons, driving them out of two men and into a herd of swine. Likewise, the site draws a contingent of Palestinians wanting to see their homeland–at a height of 378 m (1,240 ft), Umm Qais affords sweeping views over the disputed Golan Heights, as well as Jordan and Israel.
This historic castle was built atop Mt ‘Auf (1250m) between 1184 and 1188 by one of Saladin’s generals, ‘Izz ad Din Usama bin Munqidh (who was also Saladin’s nephew). The castle commands views of the Jordan Valley and three wadis leading into it, making it an important strategic link in the defensive chain against the Crusaders and a counterpoint to the Crusader Belvoir Fort on the Sea of Galilee in present-day Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
After a long morning of excitement, a good meal is needed. Our method of work is that we do not include meals in tours when there are options to choose from.
You will have the free will to choose from our recommended places to eat which will be revealed to you after confirming the trip.
Something for every taste and budget.
A close second to Petra on the list of favorite destinations in Jordan. Its imposing ceremonial gates, colonnaded avenues, temples, and theatres all speak to the time when this was an important imperial center. Even the most casual fan of archaeology will enjoy a half-day at the site – but take a hat and sunscreen in the warmer months, as the exposed ruins can be very hot to explore.
Starting from Mount Nebo cycling through the villages of Madaba and the Jordan Valley, stopping at the panoramic view over the Dead sea where you cycle down toward the hotel’s area in the Dead Sea.
EG: +315m +9.0%
EL: -1,372m -17.9%
Difficulty level: intermediate/on Road
Depending on your preferences and budget.
We will recommend the best available option in the Dead Sea to fairy up your night.
Explore Little Petra known as Siq al-Barid (the Cold Canyon). It is believed to be a ‘suburb’ of Petra, that was probably meant to house traders traveling along the Silk Road.
Enter the ancient Nabataean city via the Back Door, avoiding the tourist jam.
This way follows a Nabataean route out of the valley and skirting round the final mountain on a natural rock terrace which has been ‘improved’ by the PAP for the safety of walkers. Even so, it still narrows slightly before reaching a hidden plateau high above the impressive chasm of Wadi Siyyagh. Just beyond, carved into the cliff face, ‘The Monastery’ suddenly comes into view. (Bedouin café). Nabataean steps then lead down into ancient Petra, through which the route goes before exiting past ‘The Treasury’ and though the famous ‘Petra Siq’ to the shops,
Hiking Distance: 14Km (3 to 4 Hours)
A full 4 hours Jeep tour into the deep desert of Wadi Rum where you will see all the unique spots and try SandBoarding, the challenging bedouin sport.
Zarb, aka Bedouin BBQ. Layers of chicken or lamb with vegetables are buried beneath the desert sand where they are slowly cooked over burning embers in a large underground pit. There’s nothing quite like heading out under the desert stars to watch as the cooks dig up the pot, carefully brushing off the steaming sand before removing the lid; releasing mouthwatering, smoky aromas and fall-off-the-bone tender meat for an unforgettable edible experience.
You will learn the methods, technices and participate in an exeptional bedouin experience
Get ready to summit Jordan’s highest peak – Jabal Umm ad-Dami. After breakfast and a long jeep ride through the stunning desert landscape (approx. 1hr), we’ll reach the foot of the mountain. The hiking path is very steep and a little strenuous, but overall it’s a moderate hike: it will only take you about 2-3 hours to get to the top and back down again (depending on your level of fitness of course).
Once you reach the peak you will see – the stunning desert views were absolutely worth every effort! Standing at an altitude of 1854m above sea level, you gain a whole new perspective of the breathtaking landscape surrounding you. To the South, you can see across a wide mountain panorama far into Saudi Arabia, to the North you can spot Rum Village and the famous Seven Pillars of Wisdom at the horizon.
After the hike, we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch cooked in the middle of the desert wilderness on fire, and then return to the camp to relax and recover, and spend another night in Wadi Rum, enjoying the traditional Bedouin hospitality and a breathtaking night sky.