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Jordan’s Sparkler Tour

Amman, Jordan


6 Days 5 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

18 people


English, عربي


Jordan’s Sparkler Tour, Amman, Mt. Nebo, Madaba, Jerash, Dead sea, Petra, Aqaba, Al Karak: “Characomba”.







  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Petra: Discover this Rose Red City spectacular, fabled UNESCO-listed Nabataean city and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
  • Aqaba: The most northern point of the eastern arm of the red sea and the perfect location for heath leisure activities “Sunbath, Swim, Diving, Snookering, ect” .
  • Al Karak: “Characomba” The Kingdome of heaven .The ancient crusader stronghold.
  • Main Spa: Panoramic painting colored in the arms of nature and deep as a religious and historical heritage.

Bulk discount (by percent)

Bulk discount children
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
3 Infant (less than 2 years) 1 1 90
1 1st Child (02 years - 05 years) 1 1 30
2 2nd Child (02 years - 05 years) 1 1 35
4 1st Child (5 years - 11 years) 1 1 25


Jordan's sparkler tour
 Jordan's  sparkler tour

Day 1: Arrival Amman Airport - Amman 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: Amman Hotel - Amman City Tour - Jerash - Dead Sea Beach - Amman Hotel
Start the day with a city tour in Jordan's capital, 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)
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.
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.
Back to hotel in Amman for overnight.

Day 3: Amman Hotel - Madaba - Mt. Nebo - King's Way - Karak - Petra Hotel
After breakfast drive to 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. After that 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. Afterward we drive to Karak along the famous ancient biblical caravan route the King's Way. We have a short stop in Wadi Al-Mujib, a great wide valley with magnificent geological formation. Visit in Karak the famous Crusader castle built in 1132/34 by King Baldwin I. of Jerusalem. Continue to Petra for overnight at hotel.

Day 4: Petra Visit - Aqaba Hotel
Today visit 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.
In the afternoon drive to Aqaba for overnight.

Day 5: Aqaba leisure
Breakfast and overnight at hotel, no other services provided. 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. Overnight in Aqaba.

Day 6: Aqaba 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.

What To Expect :

Sun Block.
Sun Glasses.
Bottle of Water.
Proper shoes ( Sneakers or boots are good).


  • Transfers in private, a/c, new vehicle with English speaking, assisting driver.
  • 2x hotel accommodation with breakfast in Amman.
  • 1x hotel accommodation with breakfast in Petra.
  • 2x hotel accommodation with breakfast in Aqaba.
  • English speaking spot guide in Petra (2.5 hrs).
  • English speaking spot guide in Jerash (1 hr).
  • Entrance fees to mentioned sites.
  • 700 meters horse ride in Petra (not mandatory, horse handler expects a tip).
  • Airfare.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Entry visa Jordan 40 JD = 60 USD per person upon arrival.
  • New Year's gala dinner supplement if any up on request.
  • Meals and beverage not stated.
  • Tips and private expenses.

Tours Tags

6 Days 5 Nights

Tour's Location

Amman, Jordan


How is weather in Jordan?
Jordan’s weather is as diverse as its history! Categorized as Mediterranean, the country enjoys all four seasons with little to no humidity. Winter can see snow in the forests especially in northern areas of the country, while spring heralds rarely-seen wild flowers in the desert to the east and south.
Is Jordan safe Country?
The first thing you will notice when you arrive to Jordan is 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 has a very low crime rate. Walking through Jordan is safe and friendly as Jordan is safe place to travel, and it is enjoyable to stroll through the old souks of Amman and the other major cities. The people are unfailingly helpful and it is generally safe to walk around at any time of the day or night. It is, of course, sensible to take obvious precautions: look after your belongings and keep valuables in the hotel safe. Lost property should be reported to the police. If you lose your passport, you should contact your embassy.
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.
Will I be able to exchange dollars, Euros, or other currencies in Jordan?
There are a large number of banks and money exchanger offices that can change cash currencies in Jordan. Moreover, all touristic shops, restaurants, and bars will actually accept dollars or Euros at rates that are relatively close to the official ones. Make sure you know the current exchange rate of your currency to Jordanian dinar. It is also good to know that credit cards are widely used and accepted in Jordan.
Can i use credit card in Jordan?
Credit cards are widely accepted in Jordan at hotels, restaurants and shops, including American Express, Visa, Diners Club, 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 it a common practice to give tips in Jordan?
People work in tourism sector depend on tips as a major part of their income. Therefore, tipping is considered customary in Jordan
How much shall I tip?
Tipping is widely expected in Jordan and the amount depends on the situation.
- In a restaurant, it is good to give 10% tip directly to the waiter even when there is service charge added to the bill. The service tax does not go to the waiters.
- For a small favor, like carrying luggage or for room service.
- Guide: around 5$ per person per day for groups and 10$ per day for FITs
- Driver: around 4$ per person per day for groups and 8$ per day for FITs
- Horse boy in Petra: 5$ per person per each way
- Jeep Driver in Rum around $ 10-15 $ per driver
- Local guides in tourist sites: $ 20-25 $ per guide. - Small tips may occur here and there and it will be nice to tip as locals depend on this as small source of income.
What different types of hotels are there in hotels in Jordan?
Accommodations for travelers in Jordan fall across a broad range—everything from world class luxury to simple hostel accommodations are available. The nicest hotels compare well with luxury hotels anywhere, coming from international hotel chains; Ritz Carlton, Fairmont, Movenpick, Four Seasons, Hyatt, IHG, Marriott & much more. A step down from these is a variety of local hotels that ranges from luxurious to simple. For more information, contact us.
What different types of hotels are there in hotels in Jordan?
The same as many hotels all around the globe, the check-in time in most hotels in Jordan is around midday, 14 pm to 16 pm. In some occasions like public holidays or high demand dates, check in might be even later. Map Tours & Events always fight to get our guests checked in their rooms as early as possible.
Checkout is always at 12 pm unless otherwise arranged directly with hotel by the guests or through Map Tours & Events.
What is the best time to visit Jordan?
Is there any special advice for women travelers while visiting Jordan?
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