Visit Jordan, What to See and When to Go

Jordan is a small country, peaceful, beautiful, which knew how to keep its neutrality besides the challenging environment given by the geographical position. A country with its own past, present and future, which will make you feel like in a fairy tale from the moment you stepped on the Jordanian land, especially because its official name is The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

The entire country can be crossed in a matter of hours and here is what you can visit:

Jordan express tour:

  • Amman -> Petra
  • This may be the classical travel route chosen by many travellers
  • Is a trip which can be done on a long weekend from Europe.
  • What you can see:
    • Amman its its ancient sites – Roman Theatre, Amman Citadel, Wakalat Street, King Abdullah I Mosque
    • the Petra Canyon or the Lost city of Petra
  • How much time you need: 4 days
  • How to get there: there are taxi/buses which go all around Jordan.

The classic tour:

  • Amman -> Wadi Rum -> Petra
  • What you can see:
    • Amman its its ancient sites – Roman Theatre, Amman Citadel, Wakalat Street, King Abdullah I Mosque
    • Wadi Rum desert trip, you can do a day or several days trip
    • the Petra Canyon or the Lost city of Petra
  • When to go: March to May
  • How much time do you need: at least a week

The full tour of Jordan:

  • Amman -> Jerash -> Wadi Rum -> Petra -> Aquaba -> Death Sea
  • What you can see:
    • Amman its its ancient sites – Roman Theatre, Amman Citadel, Wakalat Street, King Abdullah I Mosque
    • Jerash has been inhabited since Bronze Age and it is known for the ruins of the walled Greco-Roman settlement of Gerasa.
    • Wadi Rum desert trip, you can do a day or several days trip
    • the Petra Canyon or the Lost city of Petra
    • Dive in the Red Sea
    • Float in the Death Sea
  • Time required: at least 2 weeks

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