The tour of Amman will include the Roman theater, and a visit to the Citadel to get a wonderful view of the city, as well as to visit the ruins there.
Things to do in Jordan
Other things to see and do include a trip to the Dead Sea to enjoy its numerous spas and test its healing properties, a jeep tour through the arid, rocky scenery of Wadi Rum to admire the desert landscape, or a hike through the Dana Nature Reserve, home to over 200 bird species.
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Ideas for experiencing Jordan
Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Jordan, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.
En route there is a high chance of spotting many of the 200 different bird species of the area and depending on the season seeing many wild flowers as well.
One of the best ways to experience Wadi Rum is to take a camel ride in the area. Lasting around an hour, the ride will give you a real insight into traditional Bedouin life in the deserts of Arabia.
Located about an hour outside of Amman, Jerash is one of the real highlights of a trip to Jordan. It is one of the best-preserved Graeco-Roman cities in the Middle East, although it traces its origins right back to Neolithic times.
This tour takes in seven of the sights of Wadi Rum, and is a detailed exploration of the deeper recesses of the wadi.
Mt Nebo is the site from which Moses first saw the Holy Land at the end of the Exodus. It is also the presumed site of his death and burial.
The tour begins with the walk down from the site entrance to the beginning of the Siq. This path is flanked with typical rock-cut tombs that are a very small precursor of the drama to come. The most impressive of these preliminary tombs is the Obelisk tomb.
Swim and snorkel around Pharaohs island before enjoying a delightful BBQ.