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For many people Jordan begins and ends with the magical ancient Nabataean city of Petra. And while Petra is without a doubt one of Arabia’s most spectacular and unmissable sites, there’s so much more to see in Jordan.
Ruined Roman cities, Crusader castles, desert citadels and powerful biblical sites; many people and civilisations have left their mark on Jordan, making it a country of great diversity and one of the jewels of Arabia that has captivated travellers since ancient times.
Explore Jordan’s amazing sites including an overnight at Dana Reserve, one of Jordan’s hidden gems and float in the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the face of the earth. Interact with local Jordanians who are exceptionally hospitable.
With cultural and natural wonders waiting to be discovered, this is the perfect trip for those who want to experience a different side of Jordan.
This evening, visit Beit Sitti, located in one of Jordan’s oldest neighbourhoods, offering a cooking and dining experience. Learn how to make an original Arabic dish from scratch and then dine on a balcony overlooking the citadel and old Amman.
Breakfast/ Dinner Included.
Continue to Umm Qais, an ancient cultural city perched on a splendid hilltop overlooking the Jordan Valley and the Sea of Galilee. It was renowned in its time as a cultural centre and was the home of several classical poets and philosophers.
The only project of its kind in the Middle East, the school trains artisans in the art of making, repairing and restoring mosaics. Continue to Mt. Nebo, the alleged burial site of Moses overlooking the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. Proceed to Dana Biosphere Reserve which is Jordan’slargest nature reserve, covering some 320km2 of rugged and beautiful landscape along the face of the Great Rift Valley.
This evening experience a cooking lesson at Petra Kitchens. Located just up the road from the entrance to the Rose City, Petra Kitchens is a locally managed business, staffed by local Jordanians offering a hands-on approach to the preparation of an Arabic repast. After the lesson, enjoy the fruits of your labour.
Breakfast/ Dinner Included.
They turned it into a junction for the silk, spice and other trade routes that linked China, India and southern Arabia with Egypt, Syria, Greece and Rome. The whole day is yours to spend exploring this impressive city but make sure you arrive early in the morning when the sun highlights the amazing natural colours of the rocks. Enjoy lunch at the Basin Restaurant located inside the city. This evening return to see the Siq and the Treasury lit by the flickering flames of more than 2,000 candles whilst enjoying tea and listening to the Bedouins play their traditional music.
Breakfast/ Lunch Included.
Visit several notable sites, including the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, Lawrence’s Creek, Burdah Bridge rock and more. You will have the opportunity to enjoy an optional camel ride. Round off your day by sharing tea with the local Bedouins before continuing on to the Dead Sea.
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