Welcome to the lush beautiful city of Ajloun. Ajloun is a city located north west of Amman and is home to Ajloun Castle, located on the site of an old monastery.

Welcome to the lush beautiful city of Ajloun. Ajloun is a city located north west of Amman and is home to Ajloun Castle, located on the site of an old monastery. The medicinal therapeutic sensations of the Dead Sea are incomparable to any spa treatment. The Dead Sea is also commonly known as the Salt Sea given that the water has 33.7% salinity making it 8.6 times more salty than the ocean. Welcome to the ancient Nabataean city of Petra. Petra was built in the 6th CenturyBCE and was a major traffic stop for caravans going to and from Saudi, Gaza, Egypt, Damascus, and Persia.Welcome to the Valley of the Moon, the largest and most famous wadi in Jordan. With its sandstone and granite rock formations breaking through soft red sands, Wadi Rum is the most spectacular natural site of Jordan.Welcome to the city by the Sea. Aqaba is the only port-city in Jordan at the shores of the ever-famous Red Sea. The Gulf of Aqaba lends its waters to Egypt, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia.
Classic Tours
 Here is an example of an itinerary for a classic tour of Jordan. It can be rearranged, adjusted, and customized to your preferences:
Day 1: Arrival into Jordan
Welcome to Jordan. We will meet you at the Queen Alia International Airport upon your arrival and assist with your luggage. We will drive you to your hotel in Amman (H/B bases).

Day 2: City Tour of Amman
After having breakfast at your hotel, we will drive to the sites in Amman. We will visit the Citadel of Amman, atop the hill at the capital’s center; museums, the Roman Theater, and capture the atmosphere strolling through the markets. Transfer back to the hotel (H/B bases).

Day 3: Jerash/Ajloun/Pella/Dead Sea/Madaba
After breakfast, we will discover Jerash and the Roman city. Following Jerash is a visit to the Roman cities of Ajloun and Pella. We will end the day at the Dead Sea for a time of leisure. You will have transfer to a hotel in Madaba (H/B bases).

Day 4: King’s Highway/Madaba/Mount Nebo/Kerak/Petra
We will spend the morning marveling at the mosaic churches in Madaba and Mount Nebo. We will drive down on the King’s Highway to Kerak and Shobak Castles, both Crusader strongholds. Kerak castle was a fortified Crusader castle. The day will conclude in Petra spending the evening in a hotel (H/B).

Day 5: Petra
After breakfast, you will spend the day visiting the sites of Petra. You will start through the Siq and see the Treasury, Roman Theater, Royal tombs, Roman Street, Byzantine church, Monastery, and museum. After an overwhelmingly exciting day in Petra, you can spend the evening relaxing from the day at the hotel.
Day 6: Petra and Little Petra
To fully appreciate the sites in Petra, we will spend half the day in Petra. Afterwards, we will drive to Little Petra. We will stay in Little Petra until sunset so that you can see the magnificent view over Wadi Araba. We will return to the hotel and have dinner in the evening.

Day 7: Wadi Rum and Aqaba
We will begin the day visiting Wadi Rum, the largest and most famous wadi in Jordan. We will go on 4x4 jeep tours of Wadi Rum combined with some hiking. After our tour we will drive to Aqaba and the Red Sea. You will have the afternoon free to roam through the city and shop as you like. While in Aqaba you can enjoy the beach, go diving, or ride on a glass-bottom boat to view the coral reefs, or shop at the marketplace. Spend the night in a hotel in Aqaba.

Day 8: Amman Departure
After breakfast, we will drive you to the airport for your departure flight.
Included: Guide, transport in an air-conditioned bus, entrance fees for sites, full-board, and hotels 3-4 stars (double-rooms).
Excluded: personal insurance, tips, drinks, exit tax, and a personal afternoon in Aqaba.
Visa: Entering and leaving Jordan on a group flight of 5 or more people: visa is free. Groups less than 5 people pay a fee.

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