Lowest point

Amman-Madaba-Dead Sea

1 Day

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

7 people


English, Espanol

From Amman toward the lowest point on earth, discover the Jordan’s oldest kingdoms through visiting the Romani & Greek traces that starts with a city tour in Amman Citadel.

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.

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.

Lowest Point-Dead Sea A spectacular natural wonder the Dead Sea that is located 427 meters below sea level also known as the Salt Sea, a 35Km away from Amman makes the Dead Sea is an ideal location for rest and relaxation with biking and hiking aplenty.

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

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

Bulk discount adult
#Discount groupFrom adultTo adultValue
4Car 2 Pax2250
5Car 3 Pax3366.66
2Mini Van 4 Pax4470.07
3Mini Van 5 Pax5576.056
6Mini Van 6 Pax6680.046
7Mini Van 7 Pax7782.897

08:00 AM

Hotel Pickup from Amman, driving toward Amman Citadel.

08:20 AM
08:20 AM

Arriving Amman citadel, Having a site tour
09:00 AM Driving toward Roman Amphitheater.

09:15 AM
09:15 AM

Arriving Roman amphitheater, Having a site tour
10:00 Driving towards Madaba

11:00 AM
11:00 AM

Arriving Madaba and visit St George's Greek Church / mount Nebo / Museum
01:00 PM Driving toward Dead Sea.

02:00 PM
02:00 PM

Arriving the Dead Sea & Use of hotel facilities (towels\Dead Sea Mud Mask\Mineral water\pools), Lunch

05:00 PM

Leaving back to Amman

  • 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.
  • Use of hotel facilities (towels\Dead Sea Mud Mask\Mineral water\pools), Lunch buffet.
  • Tips to the driver is optional and appreciated.
  • Entry admissions (Jordan Pass is highly recommended)
  • Local Guide fees.
  • Personal expenses.

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Amman-Madaba-Dead Sea


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amazing day in jordan

it was amazing experienced mr Ismat took us to jordan river after to the dead sea we really enjoyed . he plans our trip ang making sure that we are safe and feel comfortable and making sure that we are not hungry. before going down to dead sea we enjoyed the lunch and the swimingpol at the hotel and the children's was very happy.
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