Benefits from your visit to Jordan, don’t miss discovering the following selected cities : Amman, Madaba, Mount Nebo, Kerak, Petra, Dead Sea, Wadi Rum, Aqaba and many others. Programs can be done on requests, arrivals and departures can be from Amman &/or Aqaba airports.
Amman, Capital of Jordan, is a fascinating city of contrasts: The city's modern buildings blend with the remnants of ancient civilizations. The profusion of gleaming white houses, old souks stalls and tiny cafes where rich Arabian coffee is sipped in the afternoon sunshine, conjure a mood straight from a thousand and one nights.
In the commercial heart of the city, ultra-modern buildings, hotels, smart restaurants, art galleries and boutiques rub shoulders comfortably with traditional coffee shops and tiny artisans' workshops. Amman’s neighborhoods are diverse and range in cultural and historical context from hustle and bustle of the downtown markets to the art galleries of Jabal AL Weibdeh and the modern shopping district of Abdali.
Mount Nebo, one of the most revered holy sites of Jordan and the place where Moses saw the Promised Landed before he died, according to the Old Testament
And a center for pilgrimages since earliest Christian times housing the memorial Sanctuary of Moses, 36 km (22 miles) southwest of Amman. A small Byzantine church was built there by early Christians, which has been expanded into a vast complex.
Madaba, 33 km south of Amman, is known as The City of Mosaics where underneath almost every house lies a fine Byzantine mosaic, with its long history dating back further than 1300 BC. Many of these mosaics have been excavated and are on display in the town's museum. Madaba's chief attraction - in the contemporary Greek Orthodox church of St. George - is a wonderfully vivid, 6th-century Byzantine mosaic map showing the entire region from Jordan and Palestine in the north, to Egypt in the south.
Petra the Red Rose City
The ancient city of Petra is one of Jordan national treasures and by far its best known tourist attraction. Inhabited since prehistoric times, this Nabataean caravan-city, situated between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea, was an important crossroads between Arabia, Egypt and Syria-Phoenicia. Petra is half-built, half-carved into the rock and is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges. The colors and formations of the rocks are dazzling. It is one of the world's most famous archaeological sites, UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the new Seven Wonders.
Deep in the Jordan Valley and 55 km southeast of Amman, is the Dead Sea, also called the Salt Sea, one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the whole World. It is the lowest point on earth's surface, 427 m below sea level, and the deepest hyper saline lake 306m. The World's richest source of natural salts, hiding wonderful treasures that accumulated throughout thousands of years. A spectacular natural wonder the Dead Sea is perfect for religious tourism and fun in the sun with the family. With its mix of beach living and religious history you can soak up the sun while Biblical scholars can get their daily dose of religious history.
Situated on the southern tip of Jordan, approximately 4 hours from Amman, Aqaba is a beach town with Jordanian appeal, equipped with the local watering holes, water sports and a historical flair for those looking to revisit the past. Of special interest among the ancient and medieval archaeological sites are the early Islamic city called Ayla, the Aqaba Fort, built at the beginning of the 16th century, which was originally a Crusader Castle, and a very fine museum at the historical residence of Sharif Hussein bin Ali, great grandfather of King Abdullah II. Other places of interest are the site of the oldest church in the world, from the late 3rd century AD, dated between 293 and 303. It is slightly older than the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem and Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
“The Valley of the Moon”, depicted as Mars in several Hollywood feature films Wadi Rum is an Arabian fairy-tale waiting to be discovered. Home to nomadic Bedouin tribes, Wadi Rum is a quiet getaway of stars, sand, and sun; a perfect complement from Amman’s epicenter. Once inhabited by the Nabataeans of prehistoric times, Wadi Rum allows you to get lost in large landscapes and horizon lines. The calmness of the desert is sure calm your spirit and de-clutter your thoughts. Wadi Rum is waiting for you.
Jerash is an amazing blend of Greco-Roman and Oriental influences. A great place to visit during the spring with its beautiful rolling hills and lush greenery, Jerash has a rhythm not seen anywhere else in Jordan. This fascinating city makes a great day-trip from Amman, taking you 2000 years back in time. Within the remaining city walls, archeologists have found the ruins of settlements dating back to the Neolithic Age, indicating human occupation of this location for more than 6500 years. Jerash has a year-round supply of water, while its altitude of 500 meters gives it a temperate climate and excellent visibility over the surrounding low-lying areas.
Whether you approach Kerak from the ancient Kings Highway to the east or from the Dead Sea to the west, the striking silhouette of this fortified town and castle will instantly make you understand why the fates of kings and nations were decided here for millennia. An ancient Crusader stronghold, Kerak sits 900m above sea level and lies inside the walls of the old city. The city today is home to around 170,000 people and continues to boast a number of restored 19th century Ottoman buildings, restaurants, places to stay, and the like. But it is undoubtedly Kerak Castle that dominates.
Wadi Zarqa Ma'in
The Ma'in Hot Springs also known as Hammamat Ma'in are a series of hot
mineral springs and waterfalls located between Madaba and the Dead Sea in
The Ma'in hot springs are located 74 km south of Amman in Madaba Governorate and is
27 km away from Madaba. Ma'in hot springs is located 264 meters below sea level. The region contains a total
of 63 springs at different temperatures but similar chemical composition,
containing important elements such as sodium, calcium, chloride, radon,
hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide. Temperatures in some springs reach 63
degrees Celsius. The hot springs have been listed by Vogue as among "23 of the
most beautiful natural pools and springs in the world".
The Mujib Reserve of Wadi Mujib is located in the mountainous landscape to the east of the Dead Sea, 90 km south of Amman. A 212 kms reserve was created in 1987 by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature and is so important particularly for the bird life that the reserve supports. In 2011, UNESCO declared Mujib reserve. This 1,300-metre variation in elevation, combined with the valley's year round water flow from seven tributaries, means that Wadi Mujib enjoys a magnificent biodiversity that is still being explored and documented today. The reserve consists of mountainous, rocky, and sparsely vegetated desert ,with cliffs and gorges cutting through plateaus. The hot springs of Hammamat Ma'in lie close to the borders of the reserve are used for tourism and recreation. The Mujib Dam was completed in 2004 at the bottom of the wadi. where the modern road crosses the river.
Points of attractions, walking distance from your tower hotel
The Boulevard Zone
Strategically situated at the heart of Abdali, the new downtown of Amman, The Boulevard is a mixed-use complex that consists of a 370-meter-long and a 21-meter-wide outdoor pedestrian Spine, bordered by 12 buildings. These buildings offer unique premium retail outlets, high street cafes and restaurants, avant-garde office spaces, hotels and serviced apartments and exclusive rooftop lounges. The Boulevard will complement Abdali's vision in redefining modern living in the Jordanian capital by blending business, pleasure and contemporary urban lifestyles in one prestigious address, enhancing the capital's touristic and economic offering.
Immersed in the heart of Amman in a spectacularly 227,000 square meters of modern and refined architectural space, Abdali Mall is the Kingdom’s upscale retail and entertainment hub and the first of its kind to utilize eco-friendly technologies, designed with open-air features, allowing for natural air-flow circulation and the warmth of sunrays. This state-of-the-art shopping destination is the unique home to the finest fashion brands, several cafés and restaurants dishing varied luscious cuisines, to food court outlets and cafes, world-class cinema theaters, and entertainment centers catering for the whole family, offering by that an unparalleled shopping experience, and a spacious supermarket for your everyday grocery needs.
King Abdulla Mosque
The King Abdullah I Mosque in Amman, Jordan was built between 1982 and 1989 as a memorial by the late King Hussein to his grandfather. This blue-domed landmark can house up to 7000 worshippers, with a further 3000 in the courtyard. There is also a small women’s section for 500 worshippers and a much smaller royal enclosure. The cavernous, octagonal prayer hall is capped by a magnificent blue dome 35m in diameter, decorated with Quranic inscriptions. This is the only mosque in Amman that openly welcomes non-Muslim visitors, A Friday visit may be possible if you avoid prayer time, but call ahead to be sure. Women are required to cover their hair – headscarves are available at the entrance to the mosque together with abayas (black full-length dress) to cover bare arms, legs or jeans. Shoes must be removed before entering the prayer hall.
The Amman Citadel, located in the heart of modern-day Amman, is an impressive site that helps tell the story of this region’s layered heritage. Central to Amman, the Citadel dominates one of the seven jebels—or hills—that make up the capital city of Jordan. Known locally as Jebel al-Qal’a, the site boasts the remains of a Roman temple, a Byzantine church, and an Umayyad palace, along with several other features of historical interest.
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