Explore Jordan Itinerary

Travel to Jordan and tour Amman, Madaba and the inspiring landscape of Wadi Rum. Take a trip to the Dead Sea and visit Petra, the legendary Jordanian city carved from sandstone cliffs.

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      USD $950
      CAD $1,015
      AUD $1,055
      EUR €715
      GBP £635
      NZD $1,250
      ZAR R9,610
      CHF FR880
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There is a later version of this trip also available for travel from Jan 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2015. View later Explore Jordan.
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Day 1 Amman

Travel to Jordan's modern capital, the starting point of this exciting trip. Those arriving early should head to the Roman Theatre or the Citadel for superb views of the sophisticated city of Amman.
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Day 2 Wadi Rum

Head out on an exciting safari to camp under the stars with welcoming Bedouin hosts. Along the way, take in Wadi Rum's stark desert scenery, full of unique rock formations featuring inscriptions carved by people in prehistoric times.
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Days 3-4 Petra

Travel to Petra, Jordan's ancient city of enigmatic wonder, carved from rose-coloured stone. Tour Petra's temples, tombs, amphitheatres and monasteries and admire its timeless beauty.
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Day 5 Dana Nature Reserve

Trek through the stunning scenery of the Dana Nature Reserve, watching out for ibex, mountain gazelles, wolves and lizards along the way.
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Days 6-8 Madaba/Jerash

Visit an ancient crusader castle then take a dip in the salty waters of the iconic Dead Sea - the mineral-rich waters are thought to have therapeutic properties. Stop by legendary Mt Nebo, one of the most revered holy sites in Jordan, before exploring the well-preserved Roman ruins of Jerash. End the adventure in the historical town of Madaba, famed for its Ottoman-style houses and beautiful Byzantine-era mosaics.
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