JordanJordan is an Arab Kingdom in The Middle East, which is ideally set on the East Bank of the Jordan River and extending into the historic region of Palestine. It is a home to mesmerizing natural beauty which contrasts between a combination of World-Class historical sites and bustling cities. It is unveiled as an exceptional Read more
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Jordan is the Arab Kingdom in The Middle East, which is ideally set on the East Bank of the Jordan River and extending into the historic region of Palestine. It is a home to mesmerizing natural beauty which contrasts between a combination of World-Class historical sites and bustling cities.
It is unveiled as an exceptional destination which offers tours with panoramic & cultural sights, high standard accommodations, exquisite international cuisines and endless activities to create a memorable experience for visitors.
Day 01: Aqaba Airport – Aqaba
Meet & assist upon Arrival to Aqaba Airport, (free visa on arrival guarantee), Transfer to your hotel and overnight
Day 02: Aqaba – Petra
After breakfast, free day at Aqaba & transfer to Petra for overnight for overnight
Day 03: Full day visit of Petra
After breakfast, a full day visit of the “Rose Red City” of Petra - a treasure of the ancient world. Celebrating in 2012 the 200th year of its rediscovery, the ancient Nabatean city of Petra was recently voted as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is without a doubt Jordan’s most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction. In 1985 Petra was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Begin your visit by enjoying a walk or a short horse ride from Petra’s main entrance to the entrance of the old city through the “Siq”, which is a 1210 meters long narrow canyon. As you reach the end of the Siq, the first and greatest monument of Petra slowly comes into view - this is the famous Treasury monument “Al Khazneh”.
Petra is an extraordinary and unique place, which was built by the Arab Nabatean more than 2000 years ago. The Nabatean carved their monumental tombs, palaces, temples and treasury from the desert’s natural rose-colored rocks and sandstones.
Petra was an important junction for the silk, spice and other trade routes that linked the Eastern world with that of the West. Indulge yourself, and allow our professional guide to walk you through the architectural and spiritual wonders of this majestic place explaining every detail. Overnight at hotel in Petra
Day 04: Petra – Little Petra, 'Al-Beidha' – Wadi Rum
After breakfast, drive only 10mins to visit Little Petra, ‘Al-Beidha’ an important suburb of the City of Petra. You enter the site through a narrow gorge called Siq al-Barid, the "cold Siq". The name refers to the circumstance that the high walls prevent sunlight from entering the canyon and warming it. The Siq is 350 meters long with three wider areas inside. It is believed Little Petra was an important suburb of Petra, being the entry and exit point for the trade routes to the north and north-west. Here the caravans from the Negev, Gaza, Jerusalem, Egypt and the Mediterranean coast arrived, had a rest and engaged in trade. Like in Petra, buildings had been carved into the sandstone, used as residences, storages and tombs, with water channels and cisterns.
In one of the buildings you can find the remains of painted frescoes with birds, grapes and flowers, dating back to the 1st century AD. Continue to Wadi Rum, Jordan’s vast and echoing desert, for a 4x4 jeep ride. Stunning in its natural beauty, Wadi Rum epitomizes the romance of the desert. With its "moonscape" of ancient valleys and towering sandstone mountains rising out of the sand, Wadi Rum is also home to several Bedouin tribes who live in scattered camps throughout the area. Climbers are especially attracted to Wadi Rum because of its sheer granite and sandstone cliffs, while hikers enjoy its vast empty spaces.
Wadi Rum is probably best known because of its connection with the enigmatic British officer T.E. Lawrence, who was based here during the Great Arab Revolt of 1917-18. Much of David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia was filmed in Wadi Rum. Special diner arrangement and experience with overnight at the Bedouin camp
Day 05: Wadi Rum - Departure through Aqaba Airport
After breakfast, drive be to Aqaba for free day of Leisure or swimming & relaxing is also still possible “Privet beach Sup USD$13 includes transfers, towels, entrance and beach facility”, and drive in the afternoon for final departure via Aqaba Airport. End of services
|DELUXE||Nabatean Movenpick Or Hyatt Zaman or Similar||Tala Bay Resort Or Similar||MAGIC RUM Bedouin Camp or Similar|
|SUPERIOR||Petra Panorama Or Petra Palace Hotel or Similar||Marina Plaza or Lacosta or Golden Tulip or Similar||MAGIC RUM Bedouin Camp or Similar|
|COMFORT||Al Anbat or Oscar or La Maison Or Amra Palace Or Similar||Raed Hotel or Mina Hotel or Similar||MAGIC RUM Bedouin Camp or Similar|
Package Inclusions & Exclusions
Package Inclusions :
- "Meet & Assist in Arrival for all numbers with free collective visa is before passport /immigration area.
- Free Visa at Aqaba
- Entrance to All Sites Mentioned in the Itinerary.
- Wadi Rum 4 x4 ride (4X4 Bedouin Pickup/Trucks/Jeep) for 1.30- 2 hours when applicable
- Portages at airports upon arrival
- Accommodation at hotels as mentioned above on Bed & Breakfast basis.
- Wadi Rum Dinner & accommodation
- Transfers as per mentioned in the program.
- Mineral water provided inside the vehicles all through the tours dates
- Permanent English-Speaking Guide all through tours dates.
Package Exclusions :
- Privet beach entrance fees USD$13.00 per person “BERNICE PRIVET BEACH"
- Any personal expenses such as telephone call, laundry, drinks, mini bar, etc...
- Tips to guides, driver, and horse boy in Petra, restaurants & hotel staff.
- Any optional Tours or Meals unspecified in tour program.
- New Year’s Eve supplements to be advised upon request.
Note : Rates Might Be Changed In Case of Any Changes of Governmental Tax’s Or Fuel Increase