Jordan's dreamers tour
Day 1: Amman Airport - Aqaba Hotel
Welcome to Jordan, historical, civilized, peaceful, and religious history land.
On arrival at Amman's Queen Alia International Airport, you will be welcomed by our representative and transferred to your hotel.
Day 2: Aqaba Leisure
Free day to enjoy the Red Sea resort of Aqaba. Just relax, explore the duty free shopping facilities or have fun with popular water activities like swimming, snorkeling or diving (not included). Overnight in Aqaba.
Day 3: Aqaba Hotel - Aqaba City Tour - Wadi Rum Jeep Ride - Wadi Rum Camp
After breakfast we have a round in Aqaba, the only gateway to the red sea, to enjoy the beaches, and the Jordan’s only seaport. Relax at the beach or try one of the water activities to discover the varied marine life like snorkeling or a glass bottom boat ride. Aqaba is known for its weather and red corals, Aqaba is just the ticket for sun, fun, diving, snorkeling and swimming, great place for watersports such as waterskiing, parasailing, jet-skiing and fishing and ideal for a spot of relaxation, Aqaba has the oldest church dating from the 3rd century AD.
you can also be interested by visiting, Aqaba Castle, Aqaba Marine Park, Sharif Hussein Bin Ali Mosque, Ayla, Aqaba Aquarium, Aqaba Bird Observatory.
Heading to this vast red desert with its rolling dunes and dramatic rock formations in a 4x4 and camp under a blanket of stars, Wadi Rum also known as The Valley of the Moon is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock. it is the largest wadi in Jordan. We will never miss the ancient riverbeds, vast pastel-colored stretches of sandy desert and amazing rock formations known as jebels form the incredible landscape of Wadi Rum in the south of Jordan.
overnight at camp.
Day 4: Wadi Rum - Petra Visit - Petra Hotel
After breakfast we drive 2.5 hrs to the red rose city Petra, the biggest attraction of Jordan. A trip to Jordan would not be complete without a visit to the remarkable lost city of Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, when passing the canyon which called the Siq the main road that leads you to the city, starts from the Dam and ends at the Treasury which crowned by a funerary urn, which according to local legend conceals a pharaoh’s treasure, you will not miss Acades It is a name given to the row of monumental Nabataean tombs then you have to interest your eyes with the theatre consists of three rows of seats separated by passageways. You can’t even miss The Urn Tomb, The Silk Tomb, The Corinthian Tomb, Palace Tomb.
After that, free time to explore Petra on your own. Walk the same way back to the entrance. Overnight Petra.
Day 5: Petra Hotel - Shobak Castle - Dana View - Kings Way - Madaba - Mt Nebo - Dead Sea Hotel
After breakfast we drive to Shobak Crusader Castle perched dramatically on a hill top, See what remains of the former glory of the Crusaders.
Driving towards enjoy the scenic views of Dana the Nature Reserve is characterized by a chain of valleys and mountains which extend from the top of the Jordan Rift Valley down to the desert lowlands of Wadi Araba. Today, the hike of about 6 hours, shows you the beauty and various nature of the area.
We continue along the famous ancient caravan route the King's Way, we have a short stop in Wadi Al-Mujib, to discovering the Siq Trail and go canyoning in the lowest nature reserve in the world (seasonal) The Reserve is located within the deep Wadi Mujib gorge, which enters the Dead Sea at 410m below sea level.
We reach Madaba “City of Mosaics” Wander the Christian market town, Church of St George and Jordan’s finest Byzantine mosaics, Madaba is a combination of rural home life and a hot spot for religious tourism.
Continue to Mt. Nebo, Heading to Mt Nebo most sacred sites in Jordan with views across the Promised Land Rising majestically from the rugged landscape of the region just northwest of Madaba, Mount Nebo is of great religious importance due to its biblical associations. Nebo is mentioned in the Bible as the place where Moses was granted a view of the Promised Land before his death.
Continue to the lowest point on the Earth’s surface, the fascinating natural phenomenon, a great place to try out a spot of pampering in the Straddling the border between Israel and Jordan, it’s a local and The biggest free spa on earth, rich with deposits of black mud which hit with tourists. come directly from the seabed and it is high in magnesium, sodium, potassium, and calcium. The dead sea has been a place of refuge since biblical times
check in, overnight.
Day 6: Dead Sea Leisure
Breakfast and overnight at hotel - no other services provided.
Day 7: Dead Sea Free morning - Amman City Tour - Amman Hotel
Free morning to enjoy the beach and amenities of Dead Sea hotel. after that heading to the capital of Jordan, it should come as no surprise that Amman is brimming with activity and has no end of exciting things to do. Amman, already mentioned in the Bible as Rabbath Ammon, is a bustling modern city. The historical places are located in downtown, where we visit the Citadel with remains from the Roman to the early Islamic period. Then we have a round in the Archaeological Museum. Visit the Roman Theatre from 2nd century with 6000 seats and time to stroll through Jabal Amman, one of the oldest parts of Amman. We will visit the Royal Car Museum with the collection of the late King Hussein, (Tuesdays closed)
Day 8: Amman Hotel - 4 Desert Castles - Amman Hotel
Start our tour to the Desert Castles in eastern Jordan. The Amra Castle adorns with its zodiac dome and the early examples of Omayyad fresco paintings, and there are still the fortress-like mysterious Qasr Kharanah and the black basalt Roman/Medieval Islamic fort at Azraq. Continue to Qasr Hallabat a Roman fortress constructed under Emperor Caracalla and serves as a protection from Bedouin tribes. Back to hotel in Amman.
Day 9: Amman Hotel - Ajloun - Jerash - Amman Hotel
After breakfast leave Amman, drive to Ajloun to visit the marvels of nature and the genius of medieval Arab military architecture have given northern Jordan two of the most important ecological and historical attractions in the Middle East: Ajloun Castle sits atop a hill in the Jabal Ajlun district in northwest Jordan. This Muslim castle presides over the surrounding area, Built nearly 1,000 years ago. It was also part of a postal route that was serviced by specially trained pigeons, Heading to Jerash, the best example of a Roman provincial city in the whole Middle East. We visit the spectacular Forum, Roman colonnaded street, the Nymphaeum and the Temple of Artemis. Jerash has a rhythm not seen anywhere else in Jordan.
Back to Amman hotel.
Day 10: Amman Hotel - Salt City - Iraq Al Amir - Amman Hotel
Pick up from hotel, we drive to the town Salt. Here you walk along Hammam Street to see the highlights of the 19th century architecture of this period, houses with long-arched windows in picturesque narrow streets. Well known is the Abu Jaber mansion, built between 1892 and 1906, reputed to be the finest example of a 19th century merchant house in the region. From here we drive through a picturesque valley to the village of Iraq Al Amir, to have a traditional lunch meal at the Women's Cooperative. The women make a living with production of pottery and carpets, so you can have at the same time a look at the making of traditional handicraft. Close to the village we view Qasr Al Abd as example for Hellenistic architecture in Jordan. Transfer to Amman hotel for overnight.
Day 11: Amman Hotel - Amman Airport
After completing your joyful tour in Jordan, we would like to bid you farewell by our driver or representative to Queen Alia International Airport.
At the start of your holiday we will collect a tip kitty (the amount is noted under exclusions on page 1 of this document) from all participants on the tour to cover gratuities throughout your holiday. This saves you the hassle of knowing when and how much to tip bellhops, luggage luggers, bus drivers, antiquity guards, and other support staff throughout the tour.
This amount does not include a tip for your tour guide. For a job well done, we suggest USD$5-7 per day for your tour guide, however the decision to tip or how much is entirely up to you. If travelling to Israel we recommend you budget USD5-7 per day, per traveller for your guide and USD2-3 for your driver. Again, tipping your guide and driver is an entirely personal gesture.