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Start From Amman
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Duration

8 Days 7 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

9 people

Languages

English, Other

Highlights

  • Amman: Jordanian capital with the Ancient hilltop citadel, fascinating Archaeological Museum and bustling souqs.
  • Mt. Nebo: One of the most sacred sites in Jordan with panoramic views of Jerusalem, Jericho and the Jordan River Valley from the summit of this holy site.
  • Madaba: Ruins and ancient Jordan’s finest Byzantine mosaic of the Holy land at the Church of St George in this Christian market town.
  • Umm Qais: Explore the Roman Decapolis city, culture center and home to poets with a great philosophers.
  • Jerash : “Gerasa” is indisputably the most complete and best preserved Graeco-Roman city in the middle east.
  • Dead Sea: Beautiful landscape with the most famous, warm and buoyant mineral-rich waters.
  • Bethany: The site of john Baptiste settlement it’s the place where John begin his mission.In 2015, the site was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
  • Wadi Mujib:Also known as Arnon Stream (Hebrew: נַחַל ארנון[1]), is a river in Jordan,the lowest Exciting and tough “Nature reserve in on earth. The river empties into the Dead Sea circa 420 metres below sea level,the Wadi Mujib is fed by seven tributaries. (Seasonal - Apr to Oct,).
  • Umm ar-Rasas:From the Roman fort Kastron Mefa'a at the Limes Arabicus and a settlement north of it, a Christian town and important place of pilgrimage developed in the 5th century. Many of the 16 churches have been decorated with mosaic floors, of which some excellent examples can still be seen. Umm er-Rasas was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004.
  • Shobak Crusader Castle: Admire the former glory of the magnificent Crusaders castle, perched dramatically on a hill top.
  • Petra: Discover this Rose Red City spectacular, fabled UNESCO-listed Nabataean city and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
  • Wadi Rum: Wadi Rum, known also as the Valley of the Moon, is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock in southern Jordan.
  • Several prehistoric civilizations left petroglyphs, rock inscriptions and ruins in Wadi Rum. The Wadi Rum Protected Area has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2011.
  • Wadi Rum: Explore this vast red desert with its rolling dunes and dramatic rock formations in a 4x4 and camp under the dazzling desert sky and a blanket of stars.
  • Wadi Rum, explore the desert by a camel you begin your adventure with a visit to Lawrence’s Spring, continue to Wadi Um Ishrin and the famous sand dune area, proceed to see the ancient Anfashiyeh inscriptions, before crossing over to Um Rashid Canyon, and passing through Lawrence's House.
  • Aqaba: The most northern point of the eastern arm of the red sea and the perfect location for heath leisure activities “Sunbath, Swim, Diving, Snorkelling,…ect” . The city sits right across the border from Eilat, likewise Israel's only port on the Red Sea.
  • Ajloun: The wonder of nature and the genius of medieval Arab military architecture took shape in Ajloun.
  • Es Salt: Salt is a model of harmony in Jordan – social religious and architectural harmony. Visit it, live it, love it. fabled UNESCO-listed city.
  • Mukawer: The place which built by king Herod to be a bulwark against attacks by the Nabataea kingdom, at this place John the Baptist had imprisoned and beheaded after slalom’s fateful dance .
  • Al Karak: “Characomba” Qer Harreseth or Kir of Moab. Is a city in Jordan known for its medieval castle, the Kerak Castle.
  • Main Spa: Panoramic painting colored in the arms of nature and deep as a religious and historical heritage.
  • Dana: Visit and enjoy the sunset from the private balconies of the 500 year old village which overlooks spectacular Wadi Dana Gorge. Trek through four different biosphere zones and look out for the threatened Nubian Ibex.
  • Dana Biosphere Reserve: is an area of staggering beauty, history, and biodiversity. The only reserve in Jordan that encompasses the four different bio-geographical zones of the country (Mediterranean, Irano-Turanian, Saharo-Arabian and Sudanian), it is a melting pot of species from Europe, Africa and Asia.
  • Shaumari Wildlife Reserve: See rare Arabian Oryx as you enjoy a jeep safari in the reserve and learn about animal tracking.
  • Azraq Wetland Reserve: Spot rare migratory birds and explore the strategically important desert castle of Qasr Azraq.
  • Desert Castles: Beautiful example of both early Islamic art and architecture, “the imposing stature” Desert castles.
  • Al-Kharraneh: Qasr al-Harrana is the only Umayyad desert palace that was built for defensive purposes.
  • Quseir Amra: A masterpiece of creative human genius, a unique testimony to a cultural tradition.This has led to the designation of Qusayr 'Amra as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Al Azraq Castle: The headquarters used by Lawrence of Arabia in the desert during The Great Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire.
  • Qaser Al Mushata: Al-Mashta Palace is distinguished by its stone facade decorated with plant, animal and geometric shapes of great magnificence and richness. It is on display today in the Pergamonmuseum in Berlin after it was gifted by Sultan Abdul Hamid II to Kaiser Guillaume II.
  • Qusayr al-Hallabat : also known as the Masjid al-Qasr small in scale, it measures 10.70 by 11.80 meters and is constructed of layered limestone. Inside, two arching riwaqs divide the mosque into three sections. A rounded molding extends the perimeter of the space at the height of 2.10 meters. Similar to Qusayr 'Amra and Hammam as-Sarah, three tunnel vaults support the roof of the structure. Encircling the mosque from the north, west, and east stood a 3.30-meter wide portico.
  • Beidha Little Petra: Discover the 9,000-year-old Neolithic settlement and the lesser - Known site of Little Petra.Al Beidha is a unique site that is one of the oldest landmarks in the Middle East. As it is one of the earliest occupied villages, it is a highly significant archaeological site.
  • Iraq Al Amir: picturesque valley, Women's Cooperative, production of pottery and carpets, so you can have at the same time at look at the making of traditional handicraft. Close to the village we view Qasr Al Abd as example for Hellenistic architecture in Jordan.
  • Wadi Feynan: once important for copper mining and production.
  • Wadi Araba: part of the Great Rift Valley. Here let yourself affect by the beauty of the desert with gorges and mountains.
  • Humaima: an area with Nabatean, Roman and Abbasid remains to the rock bridges of Jabal Kharazah.
  • Disi: the area is flatter, you will have amazing views and pass astonishing rock formations.
  • Kharazah: rock bridge and the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a rock formation named after the book by Lawrence of Arabia.
  • King's Way: the ancient caravan route. highway is a significant historic route that is mentioned in the Bible. It connects visitors to Jordan’s most notable landmarks, towns, and cities.
  • Lady of the Mount: “Sacred site” It is believed that Jesus and his mother Mary passed through the town and rested here in a cave during a journey between the Sea of Galilee, the Decapolis Cities.
  • Tel Mar Elias: “Sacred site” Tel Mar Elias is very close to the ruins of a village known as Listib. It is believed that this place was formerly Tishbe, the home of Elijah, a native of Gilead in Transjordan.
  • Umm Al-Jimal: the Nabataeans built the northern city of Umm al-Jimal. Using the local rough black basalt instead of the soft rose sandstone of Wadi Musa, they created an eerie black city whose name, "Mother of Camels".
  • Wadi Ben Hammad: the beauty of Jordan and witness its enthralling beauty, as soon as you arrive at their Prepare to be amazed by the changing colors of the rocks as you walk through the shallow water.
  • River Yaboq: where Jacob on his way back to Canaan who spent his life fleeing from his brother Esau who wanted to kill him.
  • Bahr Lut : the Arabic name is Bahr Lut, the "Sea of Lot." The Dead Sea, its one of the most dramatic places on Earth, with its stunning natural environment equally matched by its powerful spiritual symbolism.
  • Lot’s Cave: which known in the Old Testament, where Lot’s wife turned into a pillar of salt for turning back disobeying the angel’s orders, while fleeting from the demolition of Sodom and Gomorrah, during the sulfur destruction of the city known as the city of sin according to biblical history. This tour is rich with archaeological biblical proofs.
  • Pella: Jordan's biblical city of Peniel, which is referred to as modern-day Pella, is a must-visit destination that is filled with immense history, religion, and cultural experiences. In Islamic times, Pella, then known as Tabaqet Fahl, witnessed a decisive battle between Muslims and Christian Romans.

Included/Excluded

  • Meet & assist on arrival and departure at Airport for more than 5 pax (for less than 5 pax Meet & assist will be after customs area)
  • Visa all non-restricted nationalities “Guests’ passport details are required 2 weeks before the arrival”.
  • Free collective entry visa for all groups starting from 5 pax & more upon providing all passport details prior to 10 days of arrival for the non-restricted nationalities, with a minimum of 02 nights stay.
  • All entrance fees to the sites and museums which listed in itinerary.
  • Private Transfer by air-conditioned leisure vehicle with WIFI, according number of participants with experienced assisting, dedicated English-Speaking Driver.
  • Spot Local guides at the major sites visited.
  • One-day entrance fees to Petra.
  • Accommodation on B.B basis sharing double/ twin or triple standard room (Single supplement applies if you want a single room).
  • Overnight accommodation at a basic Bedouin style camp inside Rum reserve with dinner and breakfast.
  • 1 small mineral water per person per day.
  • Wadi Rum 2 hours 4x4 desert safari through the sand dunes. “Bedouin jeep” are old vehicles without A/C and seat belt. They belong to the local Bedouin association.
  • All Service charges & local taxes.
  • One luggage and one handbag (carry on) per person.
  • Travel Insurance. Highly recommended.
  • Any kind of Meals, drinks or beverages except if it is clearly mentioned that it is included.
  • Visas (if applicable). Visa Fees for individuals less than 5pax (JD 40 per person).
  • Government licensed English speaking professional tour guides. Is available upon your request.
  • All type of gratuities (Tips for service providers (drivers, guides, camping/ hotel staff, etc.). Highly Recommended.
  • Carriages in Petra.
  • Porterage at Airport, hotels.
  • All personal Miscellaneous expenses.
  • All items, services not specifically mentioned as included.
  • option to upgrade one night in Wadi Rum to a Martian Dome Tent - additional supplement applies; subject to availability.

Bulk discount (by Amount)

Bulk discount adult
#Discount groupFrom adultTo adultValue
1Group 5 adult56 €23
2Group 7 adult79 €32

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Price and Availability

  • Minimum number of travellers must be (2 adults) to confirm the booking with these rates.
  • Prices above are per person in USD ($), based on two people sharing a twin-room.
  • Single supplement & Solo Traveller available upon request. please check “Extras” field.
  • Prices depend on availability at the time of confirmation.
  • Rates are based on standard rooms.
  • Hotels may vary depending on the availability Flexible Prices & Itineraries.
  • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults. One child per room.
  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking, unless booked within 3 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability.
  • Check-in time at hotels is 14:00, check-out time at hotels 12:00 noon.
Location
Comfort Hotels 3***
First Class Hotels 4****
Luxury Hotels 5*****
Amman
Hotels 3*
Hotels 4*
Hotels 5*
Petra
Dead Sea
Hotels 4*
Hotels 4*
Hotels 5*
Wadi Rum
Camp
Camp
Camp
Aqaba
Hotels 3*
Hotels 4*
Hotels 5*

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For business

$99/person
  • All premium features
  • Online support
  • Regular updates
  • Personal training

What to bring?

  • Your camera & Memory data.
  • Comfortable shoes.
  • Lightweight, loose-fitting clothing.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Sunhat or head dress.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Water flask.
  • Your medicine if you use.

Accessibility can use

  • Wheelchair accessible. (your own).
  • Stroller accessible infant. (your own).
  • Infant seats available. (upon request).
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible.

Terms and Conditions

Cancellation Policy

Additional Information

  • The driver/tour guide escorts you according to the booked itinerary, he is not 24/7 at your disposal.
  • 4x4s in Wadi Rum are old vehicles without A/C and seat belt. They belong to the local Bedouin association.
  • For more information or to make a booking, please send an  email enquiry. or you can contact us from your page account access.
  • For a quote based on alternative accommodation standards, or to tailor this itinerary, please Call us  (+962) 797617512 or  WhatsApp or send an  email enquiry.
  • For detailed itinerary and information about visas, money, weather and more, please visit our General information.
For entry visa and passport requirements see our post Jordan Visa Information.

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Tour FAQs

How is Jordan ?
The first thing you will notice when you arrive to Jordan that the people are very warm and welcoming to tourists. You will be pleasantly surprised by the sense of security you will find in Jordan- it is one of the safest places to travel in the world. Jordan maintains good relations with all of its neighbours and is truly an oasis of peace in this region. The country is fairly liberal, westernised.
Are flights included?
No. tours are only sold as ‘land-only’ arrangements, Your international travel to and from the tour are not included in the trip price. However, Flights link can assist you with booking your flights, or via your local agent.
Is booking flight easy, and can I book?
Yes, Jordan has Amman airport "Queen Alia International Airport (Code - AMM)" and Aqaba airport "King Hussein International Airport ( Code - AQJ)", It's so easy to search or book through our website, Search & Book Flights (3rd party) or from your supplier. Its even easy to find many airline companies and most of the airlines have regular flights to Jordan with cheap prices, such as Royal Jordanian, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Jazeera Airways , easyJet, Pegasus Airlines, Transavia Dutch, Flydubai, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airline, Turkish Airlines. and many international airlines.
Amman Airport !
Queen Alia International Airport (Code - AMM):- Conveniently located within 30 minutes of Amman’s downtown, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is considered to be the main airport in Jordan and is serviced by many global airline carriers.
Aqaba Airport !
King Hussein International Airport ( Code - AQJ):- As Jordan’s gateway to the Red Sea region of Aqaba, King Hussein International Airport (KHIA) is approximately a 45-minute flight from either of Amman’s airports. Serviced by national and international carriers, KHIA is quickly growing to be a regional hub for both the holiday and business traveller alike.
Can I extend my visit to other countries in the region?
Map Tours offers programs that combine visits to neighbouring countries. It is very simple to arrange extensions to the Holy Land, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria and Egypt. Border formalities are usually swift and trouble-free.
Is there a Single Supplement for Solo Travelers?
Yes, Please check tour extra filed.
What are the opening and closing hours for tourist sites?
Most sites open from 08:00 until 17:00 during summertime and from 08:00 until 16:00 during wintertime, noting that these sites close earlier during Ramadan. On the other hand, Petra is open all year long from 6:00 till 18:00. "Museums closes on Tuesdays".
What sort of transport do you use in Jordan?
Depending on the group size, you'll be travelling in an air-conditioned vehicle such as Economy/Sedan cars or mini van "European & Asian brands" (depending on group size).
What is the standard of hotels on your trips?
You'll be staying in comfortable, standard modern hotels in Jordan. We've chosen well-located properties that offer all the amenities you need, perfect after a day exploring. At Wadi Rum we use a deluxe permanent desert camp "Standard tent" with proper bathroom facilities.(Bubble room available upon request with supplement) You can get the information about the hotels used on each tour on the relevant tour page.
Can I travel with my friend in Jordan?
yes. You can travel with your friend.
Do I need Travel Insurance?
We recommend the purchase of adequate travel insurance for all overseas travel. It is currently a prerequisite to have medical travel insurance.
Are kids welcome?
Kids are welcome, Map Tours has several Family Trips, However, trips tend to be active so make sure to check if the activities are appropriate for small children. Overland tours require that travellers be 18 or older.
What is Jordan currency?
The local currency is the Jordanian Dinar, symbol JD, There are 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 JD notes. The dinar is divided into 100 piasters (pronounced “pee-asters”) of 1000 fils (“fills”). The fils is the unit most commonly used and you will usually see prices written as 4,750 (which is 4 JD and 750 fils).Currency can be exchanged at major banks, exchange booths and at most hotels. Street money-changers are best avoided. Exchange rates are set daily by the Jordanian Central Bank.
Can i use credit card in Jordan?
Credit cards are widely accepted in Jordan at hotels, restaurants and shops, including American Express, Visa, and MasterCard. Please note that many smaller shops still prefer cash payment in the Jordanian currency, and it’s essential for shopping in the local souks.
Is Wi-Fi readily available in Jordan?
Wi-Fi service is available in all hotels, cafes and restaurants, but do not expect it in Wadi Rum. In order to be able to stay online, we recommend that you purchase a local sim card upon your arrival.
How much shall I tip?
Although Tipping "gratuities" is not obligatory, but the people who are working in the tourism sector depend on tips as a major part of their income. Therefore, tipping is considered customary and widely expected in Jordan, while The amount depends on the situation. For example, In the restaurants, it is good to give 10% tip directly to the waiter even when there is service charge added to the bill as the service tax does not go to the waiters.

Tour's Location

Start From Amman

FAQs

How is Jordan ? 2

The first thing you will notice when you arrive to Jordan that the people are very warm and welcoming to tourists. You will be pleasantly surprised by the sense of security you will find in Jordan- it is one of the safest places to travel in the world. Jordan maintains good relations with all of its neighbours and is truly an oasis of peace in this region. The country is fairly liberal, westernised.

Are flights included?

No. tours are only sold as ‘land-only’ arrangements, Your international travel to and from the tour are not included in the trip price. However,  Flights link can assist you with booking your flights, or via your local agent.

Is booking flight easy, and can I book?

Yes, Jordan has Amman airport "Queen Alia International Airport (Code - AMM)" and Aqaba airport "King Hussein International Airport ( Code - AQJ)",
It's so easy to search or book through our website, Search & Book Flights (3rd party) or from your supplier. Its even easy to find many airline companies and most of the airlines have regular flights to Jordan with cheap prices, such as Royal Jordanian, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Jazeera Airways , easyJet, Pegasus Airlines, Transavia Dutch, Flydubai, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airline, Turkish Airlines. and many international airlines.

Amman Airport !

Queen Alia International Airport (Code - AMM):- Conveniently located within 30 minutes of Amman’s downtown, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) is considered to be the main airport in Jordan and is serviced by many global airline carriers.

Aqaba Airport !

King Hussein International Airport ( Code - AQJ):- As Jordan’s gateway to the Red Sea region of Aqaba, King Hussein International Airport (KHIA) is approximately a 45-minute flight from either of Amman’s airports. Serviced by national and international carriers, KHIA is quickly growing to be a regional hub for both the holiday and business traveller alike.

Can I extend my visit to other countries in the region?

Map Tours offers programs that combine visits to neighbouring countries. It is very simple to arrange extensions to the Holy Land, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria and Egypt. Border formalities are usually swift and trouble-free

Is there a Single Supplement for Solo Travelers?

Yes, Please check tour extra filed.  

What are the opening and closing hours for tourist sites?

Most sites open from 08:00 until 17:00 during summertime and from 08:00 until 16:00 during wintertime, noting that these sites close earlier during Ramadan. On the other hand, Petra is open all year long from 6:00 till 18:00. "Museums closes on Tuesdays".

What sort of transport do you use in Jordan?

Depending on the group size, you'll be travelling in an air-conditioned vehicle such as Economy/Sedan cars or mini van "European & Asian brands" (depending on group size).

What is the standard of hotels on your trips?

You'll be staying in comfortable, standard modern (3-star, 4-star) hotels. We've chosen well-located properties that offer all the amenities you need, perfect after a day exploring.
At Wadi Rum we use a deluxe permanent desert camp "Standard tent" with proper bathroom facilities. Bubble room available upon request with supplement.

Can I travel with my friend in Jordan?

yes. You can travel with your friend.

Do I need Travel Insurance?

We recommend the purchase of adequate travel insurance for all overseas travel. It is currently a prerequisite to have medical travel insurance.

Are kids welcome?

Kids are welcome, Map Tours has several Family Trips, However, trips tend to be active so make sure to check if the activities are appropriate for small children. Overland tours require that travellers be 18 or older.

What is Jordan currency?

The local currency is the Jordanian Dinar, symbol JD, also pronounced as “jaydee.” There are 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 JD notes. The dinar is divided into 100 piasters (pronounced “pee-asters”) of 1000 fils (“fills”). The fils is the unit most commonly used and you will usually see prices written as 4,750 (which is 4 JD and 750 fils). Currency can be exchanged at major banks, exchange booths and at most hotels. Street money-changers are best avoided. Exchange rates are set daily by the Jordanian Central Bank.

Can i use credit card in Jordan?

Credit cards are widely accepted in Jordan at hotels, restaurants and shops, including American Express, Visa, and MasterCard. Please note that many smaller shops still prefer cash payment in the Jordanian currency, and it’s essential for shopping in the local souks.

Is Wi-Fi readily available in Jordan?

Wi-Fi service is available in all hotels, cafes and restaurants, but do not expect it in Wadi Rum. In order to be able to stay online, we recommend that you purchase a local sim card upon your arrival.

How much shall I tip?

Although Tipping "gratuities" is not obligatory, but the people who are working in the tourism sector depend on tips as a major part of their income. Therefore, tipping is considered customary and widely expected in Jordan, while The amount depends on the situation. For example, In the restaurants, it is good to give 10% tip directly to the waiter even when there is service charge added to the bill as the service tax does not go to the waiters.

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