Tours from Aqaba
Tours from Aqaba
A peaceful haven in a troubled Middle East. Jordan is one of the most liberal nations in the region. Women may wear regular clothing without harassment in any part of Jordan. Western fashions are popular among young Jordanian women. However, modest clothing should be worn in religious and old historical sites. There is virtually no unsafe part of Jordan.
Pleasant weather all year-long.Tours from Aqaba
Jordan boasts a Mediterranean climate ideal for year-round holiday and travel. Amman is sunny and cloudless from May to October, with average temperatures around 23’C (73’F). Springtime brings optimal weather, lush with greenery, and autumn is equally mild and pleasant. July and August are hot and dry but not oppressive. Aqaba and the Jordan Valley are ideal winter resorts, with temperatures averaging 16-22’C (61-72’F) between November and April.Tours from Aqaba
Creativity and hospitality.Tours from Aqaba
At a literacy rate of 91.8 %, Jordanians are one of the most literate populations in the world. English is the second language with many Jordanians also speaking a third language, mainly French. The Jordanian hospitality is phenomenal and they are proud of their qualified and competitive human resources accompanied by excellent infrastructure and modern, cutting edge communication system.
A Holy Land.Tours from Aqaba
Jordan has been blessed with a rich religious history. The Holy land is probably the only place in the world where geography and history are so closely cross-linked. Every inch of the land has a story to tell, every hill the scene of a battle, and every stone a monument or tomb. The land around the Jordan River Valley and the Dead Sea plane is revered by Muslims, Christians and Jews as blessed.
Blissful food.Tours from Aqaba
Eating well and heartily is part of the Jordanian tradition, and there are many fine restaurants that offer a wide selection of authentic Arabic food at reasonable prices.Tours from Aqaba
Easy accessibility.Tours from Aqaba
At the crossroad of Asia, Europe and Africa and with its three airports serving 25 international airline carriers, travel to and from Jordan is extremely convenient. Amman is also easily accessed by direct flights from major cities.
Availability of a wide range of hotels and accommodation facilities at most competitive prices.
Jordan has 230 hotels ranging from 5-star resorts and properties to affordable 3-star hotels. More than 10,000 hotel rooms are available with prices that can meet any budget.
Dead Sea, the largest open-air spa on earth.Tours from Aqaba
The Dead Sea, without doubt, is one of the world’s most exquisite places. At the lowest point on earth (over 1,312 ft. below sea level), this vast stretch of water receives a number of incoming rivers, including the Jordan River. The curative properties of its waters have been recognized since the days of Herod the Great over 2000 years ago. The Dead Sea’s minerals clarify the skin’s surface and relieves pain, heals eczema, psoriasis and acne.
Snorkeling in the Red Sea.Tours from Aqaba
Relaxing by the sea is a wonderful way for families and vacationers to unwind during their Jordan trip. Visitors can access the Red Sea at Aqaba, Jordan’s major port city. The Aqaba area is home to a number of family-friendly hotels including the Moevenpick Resort & Spa, DoubleTree, InterContinental and the Radisson Blu. While here, watersports lovers should take a half-day snorkeling or diving excursion. The Red Sea region is known for its wide diversity of hard and soft corals and abundant marine life.Tours from Aqaba
Tours from Aqaba
Tours from Aqaba
Finding Peace in Wadi Rum.
Vast desert landscapes and monolithic peaks come together in Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon. T.E. Lawrence aptly described Wadi Rum as “vast, echoing and God-like…” and it served as the site for much of the filming of Lawrence of Arabia. It’s here that visitors can escape the confines of today’s modern world and find complete tranquility. There are plenty of day trips available, including memorable camel rides and exhilarating 4×4 jeep safaris to the Seven Pillars of Wisdom and the towering Burdah Rock Bridge. I’m not someone who naturally loves deserts, but this turned out to be one of my favorite places on my Jordan journey. There’s just something about this magical place that frees the soul.
Tourism combines history, culture, adventure, leisure and hospitality.
Jordan is a modern westernized, stable country and is an open air museum, full of history and touristic attractions. Jordan is a country where you will find museums, art galleries, modern cinemas and shopping malls, restaurants and vibrant nightlife.Tours from Aqaba
Petra voted as one of the new wonders of the world. Although much has been written about Petra, nothing really prepares you for it. It has to be seen to be believed. Described as the eighth wonder of the ancient world, and as of July 2008, part of the new 7 wonders of the world, Petra is without doubt Jordan’s most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction. It is a vast, unique city, carved into the sheer rock face by the Nabataeans, an industrious Arab people who settled here more than 2000 years ago, turning it into an important junction for trade routes that linked China, India and southern Arabia.