Amman City Tour
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Amman City Tour
Visit the North Historical sites
Visit Petra "Wonder of the world"
Stay in Wadi Rum Desert
Cover all Major Historical Sites
Experience the Dead Sea
This 4 days exceptional sightseeing experience is one of the most recommended tours for everyone visiting Jordan for the first time.
We designed this Fairy Trail for visitors that are looking to cover the most important sites in Jordan at a moderate pace to enjoy each site and save time on the road.
Changes to this itinerary will apply based on your flight arrival and departure time. Please advice on your flight details if available to present you with an exact quotation. Ask your Local advisor to add more days and exciting things if you have the time.
4 Days Tour
Amman, Queen Alia Airport
Hot Air Balloon
Transportation to all mentioned sites
English Speaking Driver in a comfortable car
Accommodation throughout the trip
3 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch and 1 Bedouin Dinner
Entrance to a resort in the Dead Sea
Jeep Tour in Wadi Rum
Customer Support by your Local Advisor
Tracking your Trail on a Mobile App
Your Jordan Pass
A clear mind for a fascinating experience
Known as the Blue Mosque, built between 1982 and 1989. It is capped by a magnificent blue mosaic dome beneath which 3,000 Muslims may offer prayer.
One of the most visited mosques in Amman by tourists.
Note: Women must cover their heads, arms and legs. They provide coverups at the door for 2 JODs
Step back 2,000 years in time with a visit to the ruins of this imposing amphitheater, which once held 5,000 spectators, and is still used today for theater and entertainment.
The Citadel is considered an important site because it has had a long history of occupation by many great civilizations. Most of the buildings still visible at the site are from the Roman, Byzantine, and Umayyad periods. The major buildings at the site are the Temple of Hercules, a Byzantine church, and the Umayyad Palace.
Archaeologists have been working at the site since the 1920s, including Italian, British, French, Spanish, and Jordanian projects, but a great part of the Citadel remains unexcavated.
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 favourite destinations in Jordan. Its imposing ceremonial gates, colonnaded avenues, temples and theatres all speak to the time when this was an important imperial centre. 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.
Originally built over 2,000 years ago by the Arab Nabataeans, Petra serves as a representative example of ancient rock-cut architecture and water collection techniques. Visitors know the fortress and important post on Middle Eastern trade routes for its reddish color. Approach the ancient site by hiking an easy 1 km (0.6 mi) path through steep rock cliffs. Upon arrival, you’ll find hundreds of surviving tombs carved in relief out of the rock, as well as a Roman-style amphitheater, a Nabataean monastery, and an intricately detailed treasury. Wear comfortable shoes and a hat to protect your head from the sun, and carry plenty of drinking water.
Travel to the Moon. Wadi Rum Desert is a spectacularly scenic desert valley (wadi in Arabic) in southern Jordan. It is also known as “Valley of the Moon” and inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Enjoy a delicious Bedouin style underground cooked meal.
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.
The Karak Castle is a crusader stronghold from the 12th century located in the center of Jordan. One of the largest in the Levant.
Dead Sea, Arabic Al-Baḥr Al-Mayyit (“Sea of Death”) is the the lowest point on earth also one of earth’s saltiest bodies of water. It is the hottest area in the country where summer starts early.
The visit will be to one of the common resorts where you can dip in the floating water, try on the natural mud and use the resort’s showers and pool. Your entrance will include a buffet lunch.
Mount Nebo is an elevated ridge in Jordan, approximately 817 metres (2,680 ft) above sea level, mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as the place where Moses was granted a view of the Promised Land. The view from the summit provides a panorama of the Holy Land and, to the north, a more limited one of the valley of the River Jordan. The West Bank city of Jericho is usually visible from the summit, as is Jerusalem on a very clear day.