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Amman-Jerash-Ajloun-Um Qais-Desert Castles-Madaba-Dead Sea-Kerak-Dana-Petra-Wadi Rum-Aqaba
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8 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

7 people


English, Espanol, Francais

Explore Jordan’s natural wonders and ancient history on a 8 days tour of Jerash, Ajloun, Um Qais, Desert Castles, Madaba, Dead Sea, Kerak, Dana, Petra, Wadi Rum, and Aqaba. Travel by climate-controlled vehicle with an English-speaking driver as you explore the Roman, Byzantine, Nabatian & Greek kingdoms by starting your tour from the green nature north of Jordan Um Qais to the far south of Jordan, Petra’s rock-cut architecture, go off-road in Wadi Rum, and soak up the mineral-rich mud of the Dead Sea. Then, Take in southern Jordan’s top sights in two days—ideal for those short on time Explore Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Discover the desert of Wadi Rum Soak up the mineral-rich waters of Dead Sea

Jerash The earliest evidence of settlement in Jerash is in a Neolithic site known as Tal Abu Sowan, where rare human remains dating to around 7500 BC were uncovered. Jerash flourished during the Greek, Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods until the mid-eighth century CE, when the 749 Galilee earthquake destroyed large parts of it, while subsequent earthquakes contributed to additional destruction. However, in the year 1120, Zahir ad-Din Toghtekin, atabeg of Damascus ordered a garrison of forty men to build up a fort in an unknown site of the ruins of the ancient city, likely the highest spot of the city walls in the north-eastern hills. It was captured in 1121 by Baldwin II, King of Jerusalem, and utterly destroyed. Then, the Crusaders immediately abandoned Jerash and withdrew to Sakib (Seecip); the eastern border of the settlement., Jerash was then deserted until it reappeared in the historical record at the beginning of Ottoman rule in the area during the early 16th century.

Ajloun The marvels of nature and the genius of medieval Arab military architecture have given northern Jordan two of the most important ecological and historical attractions in the Middle East: the sprawling pine forests of the Ajloun-Dibbine area, and the towering Ayyubid castle at Ajloun, which helped to defeat the Crusaders eight centuries ago. Locals often take advantage of the green landscapes of Ajloun to take a break from city life and connect with nature.

Um Qais Site of the famous miracle of the Gadarene swine, Gadara was renowned in its time as a cultural centre. It was the home of several classical poets and philosophers, including Theodorus, founder of a rhetorical school in Rome, and was once called “a new Athens” by a poet. Perched on a splendid hilltop overlooking the Jordan Valley and the Sea of Galilee, Gadara is known today as Umm Qais, and boasts an impressive colonnaded street, a vaulted terrace, and the ruins of two theatres. You can take in the sights and then dine on the terrace of a fine restaurant with a breathtaking view.

Amman Citadel This historic site comprises a 1700 meter wall that dates back to the Bronze Age, the iconic Temple of Hercules, and the Umayyad Palace. With so many significant landmarks located one site, the Amman Citadel is arguably one of the best places to visit in Amman.

Roman amphitheater is a 6,000-seat, 2nd-century Roman theatre. A famous landmark in the Jordanian capital, it dates back to the Roman period when the city was known as Philadelphia. The theatre and the nearby Odeon are flanking the new Hashemite Plaza from the south and the east respectively, while the Roman Nymphaeum is just a short stroll away in north-westerly direction.

Jordan’s desert castles, beautiful examples of both early Islamic art and architecture, stand testament to a fascinating era in the country’s rich history. Their fine mosaics, frescoes, stone and stucco carvings and illustrations, inspired by the best in Persian and Graeco-Roman traditions, tell countless stories of the life as it was during the 8th century. Called castles because of their imposing stature, the desert complexes actually served various purposes as caravan stations, agriculture and trade centres, resort pavilions and outposts that helped distant rulers forge ties with local Bedouins. Several of these preserved compounds, all of which are clustered to the east and south of Amman, can be visited on one – or two-day loops from the city.

Madaba-St George’s Greek Church This rather modest 19th-century Greek Orthodox church houses a treasure of early Christianity. Imagine the excitement in 1884 when Christian builders came across the remnants of a Byzantine church on their construction site. Among the rubble, having survived willful destruction, fire and neglect, the flooring they discovered wasn’t just another mosaic but one with extraordinary significance: to this day, it represents the oldest map of Palestine in existence and provides many historical insights into the region.

Mount Nebo is the highest point in this part of the ancient kingdom of Moab. On a clear day, there is a magnificent panoramic view over the Dead Sea and the Jordan Valley to the hills on the other side of the rift, with the towers of Jerusalem visible on the skyline.

Baptism Site “Bethany” Situated on the eastern bank of the River Jordan, nine kilometres north of the Dead Sea, the archaeological site consists of two distinct areas: Tell Al-Kharrar, also known as Jabal Mar-Elias (Elijah’s Hill) and the area of the churches of Saint John the Baptist near the river. Situated in a pristine natural environment the site is believed to be the location where Jesus of Nazareth was baptized by John the Baptist. It features Roman and Byzantine remains including churches and chapels, a monastery, caves that have been used by hermits and pools in which baptisms were celebrated, testifying to the religious character of the place. The site is a Christian place of pilgrimage.

Dead Sea we have all heard of this renowned salt lake, its natural beauty, and healing qualities. The Dead Sea is a fabulous holiday destination and Jordan is the perfect setting for those who wish to experience the qualities of the lake in peace and quiet. At 423 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is officially the lowest place on earth making it an even more fascinating destination to visit. Also known as the Salt Sea, the Dead Sea is an ideal location for rest and relaxation with biking and hiking aplenty. A holiday to the Dead Sea provides an idyllic alternative to the bustling cities, with plenty of things to do for those who seek a little adventure.

Kerak Whether you approach Kerak from the ancient Kings road to the east or from the Dead Sea to the west, the striking silhouette of this fortified town and castle will instantly make you understand why the fates of kings and nations were decided here for millennia, An ancient Crusader stronghold, Kerak sits 900m above sea level and lies inside the walls of the old city. The city today is home to around 170,000 people and continues to boast a number of restored 19th century Ottoman buildings, restaurants, places to stay, and the like. But it is undoubtedly Kerak Castle that dominates.

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. Such a combination of natural communities in a single area is unique in Jordan and many of Dana Biosphere Reserve’s animals and plants are very rare. So far, a total of 800 plant speciesand 449 animal species have been recorded in the Reserve, of which 25 are known to be endangered, including the Sand Cat, the Syrian Wolf, the Lesser Kestrel and the Spiny Tailed Lizard.

Petra The ancient city of Petra is one of Jordan’s national treasures and by far its best known tourist attraction. Petra is the legacy of the Nabataeans, an industrious Arab people who settled in southern Jordan more than 2,000 years ago. Admired then for its refined culture, massive architecture and ingenious complex of dams and water channels, Petra is a UNESCO World Heritages Site and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Inhabited by the Nabateans, Edomites and Romans, Petra brought together the knowledge and skill of these civilizations to create this world wonder. Caravans laden with incense, silks, spices and other exotic goods would rest at Petra.

Wadi Rum known as Valley of the Moon, Wadi Rum is the largest – and most magnificent – of Jordan’s desert landscapes and has been virtually untouched by humans. A maze of monolithic rock formations rises from the desert floor to heights of 1,750 meters (5,740 feet), creating a natural challenge for serious mountaineers. However, Wadi Rum may be best known for its connection with British officer T. E. Lawrence, who passed through several times during the Arab Revolt of 1917–18. In the 1980s one of the rock formations in Wadi Rum was named “The Seven Pillars of Wisdom” after Lawrence’s book penned in the aftermath of the war, although the ‘Seven Pillars’ referred to in the book have no connection with Rum. Enjoy a Champagne toast at Sunset.

Aqaba is the only coastal city in Jordan, an otherwise landlocked country. With the red mountains of Wadi Rum in the background and the Red Sea in the foreground, the stunning Aqaba boasts a beautiful setting. This port city is laden with luxurious resorts and hotels ensuring a restful place to return to after a long day of touring Jordan. The main activities of Aqaba are coastal-friendly, like beach exploring, diving, water sports, and more.

Note: Hotels and Camps bookings are not included  (Best prices will be given upon your request per person or group)

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  • Hot air balloon at Petra & Wadi Rum
  • Red corals dive at Red Sea
  • Camel Ride at Wadi Rum
  • Sand Skiing
  • Petra by night
  • Dead Sea salt corals

Bulk discount adult
#Discount groupFrom adultTo adultValue
1Car 2 Pax2250
2Car 3 Pax3366.666
3Mini Van 4 Pax4465.861
4Mini Van 5 Pax5572.689
5Mini Van 6 Pax6677.240
6Mini Van 7 Pax7780.492

Day 1

08:00 AM Driving to Jerash & having a site tour for 2 hours
11:00 AM Driving for 30 minutes to Ajloun castle & having a site tour for 45 minutes
12:30 PM Leaving Ajloun toward Um Qais (Gadara), 1 & Half an hours driving
02:00 PM Having a site tour at Um Qais for 1 hour.
03:00 pm Driving back to Amman-takes 2 hours driving

Day 2
Day 2

08:00 AM Amman city tour for 3 hour, visiting Amman citadel, Roman theater & king Abdullah mosque.
09:30 AM Driving to east of Jordan toward Desert Palaces.
11:00 AM Arriving Qasr Al Harraneh & having a palace tour for 30 minutes.
11:30 AM Driving toward Qasr Amrah.
12:00 PM Arriving to Qasr Amrah & enjoying a site tour for 30 minutes.
12:30 PM Driving toward Qasr Al Azraq
01:30 PM Arriving Qasr Azraq & enjoying a palace tour for 45 Minutes.
02:15 PM Driving back to Amman.


08:00 AM Driving toward Madaba St. George church.
09:00 AM Arriving to Madaba city and having visit the St. George church for 15 minutes.
09:30 AM Continue driving to Mount Nebo.
10:00 AM Arriving Mount Nebo and having a site tour for 45 minutes.
11:00 AM Driving for 30 minutes to Baptism site & having a site tour for 2 hours
01:30 PM Driving to the Dead Sea & enjoying the Dead Sea floating & overnight stay

Day 4
Day 4

09:00 AM Driving for 2 hours toward Kerak Castle & having a site tour for 1 hour
12:00 PM Driving for 2 hours through the Kings road toward Dana reserve & having a Beduin guided tour then overnight stay at Dana village

Day 5
Day 5

09:00 AM Driving toward Petra city through Kings way, stop on the way for a panoramic photoshoot at Shobak castel.
11:30 AM Arriving Petra city, Hotel check in and enjoying a site tour.
Overnight stay

Day 6
Day 6

12:00 PM Driving to Wadi Rum through Kings road (Al Rajef road)
Panoramic view at on the Kings road.
Optional stop at train of Jordan heritage revival company (Entrance of Wadi Rum)
02:00 PM Arriving Wadi Rum and having a Jeep tour
Watching the sunset.
Optional Hot air balloon, (requires booking one day prior to the trip, starts at 05:00 AM daily).
Overnight stay at a camp in Wadi Rum.

Day 7
Day 7

10:00 AM Driving toward Aqaba city (Read Sea)
11:00 AM Arriving to Aqaba city & having a city tour.
Enjoying water sport activity (Boat trip, Diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, Parasailing, Fly board activity)
Overnight stay at Aqaba.

Day 8
Day 8

12:00 PM Departure back to Amman 4 hours driving

  • Air-conditioned modern vehicle with English speaking driver.
  • All Transportation according to the itinerary with vehicle fuel.
  • Free WIFI & bottled Mineral water on board at vehicle.
  • Hand Sanitizer on board at vehicle.
  • Any Parking fees.
  • Tips to the driver is optional and appreciated.
  • Entry fees (Jordan Pass is highly recommended)
  • Local Guide fees.
  • Personal expenses.

8 Days


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