Discover the highlight attractions and hidden secrets of Jordan
It's small, it's safe and it's stable – welcome to the Middle East's best snubber of convention. Kick off holiday times in Amman, snorkel in the Red Sea, head on to Wadi Rum and Petra before returning to Amman. Check out the Dead Sea, see Jerash and hang about town. Discover the highlight attractions and hidden secrets of Jordan.
Some of our under-30 travellers prefer to get around with people their own age. If that’s you, you’re in the right place!
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Get a taste of the ancient and modern sides of Jordan with your enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable local leader, who’ll be heaps of fun too
Jordan – it’s got it all. History? How about 11,000 years of it. Culture? Oh, just incredible architecture, food and music. Scenery? City, beach and the desert. What more could you want?!
Sleep under the stars (or in a comfy tent) at a Bedouin-style camp in Wadi Rum
Only Petra’s Treasury is stunning enough to be the temple of the Holy Grail (well, according to Indiana Jones at least), and you’ll be blown away on a full day exploring the majesty and mystery of this world wonder
It’s not all hot desert days in Jordan, as the winter months (December through to February) can be quite cold. Temperatures in northern parts of the country can drop to freezing overnight. Snowfall around these areas as well as Amman is common. Pack smart so that you’re prepared for varying temperatures if travelling during these months.
The thing about ancient ruins and other super old sites in the Middle East is that they usually involve walking on rocky and/or steep hillsides. But if you don’t feel up for it on a hot day then you can just sit it out, or wander along at your own pace.
You’re the boss! Not just in general, but also on this trip, where there’s free time to do whatever you want, or optional tours to show you the way. Maybe budget a little extra cash for activities that aren’t included.
Unless you’re planning on doing some muscle-building on your holiday, we recommend not packing too much – you’ll need to carry your own bags from hotels, bus stops, train stations etc.
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our One week in Jordan trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
With the exception of a one day pass to Petra (included), entrance fees are not included. You pay these as you go along.
An optional single supplement is available on this trip. The Single Supplement is not available on Day 2 in the Wadi Rum Camp.