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Jordanian Wonders (4 Nights & 5Days)
SAR 2,190.00
per person
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·         Tourist visa

·         City tour in Petra

·         Visit Mount Nebo

·         City tour of Amman with lunch in a local restaurant


·         Travel insurance

  • Tourist Visa
  • 01 night accommodation in Dead Sea
  • 02 nights accommodation in Petra
  • 01 night accommodation in Amman
  • Daily breakfast
  • Transfers and tours in private basis
  • Tour of Petra
  • Visit to Mount Nebo
  • Tour of Amman with lunch
  • Travel Insurance

  • Exclusions:
  • Airfare
  • Entrance fees for historical and archaeological places
  • Any personal expesnes
  • Any meals not mentioned in the INCLUSIONS
  • Day 1 : Amman - Dead Sea

    Welcome to the first day of your Grand Adventure through Jordan! Your tour starts today upon your arrival at Queen Alia Int’l Airport where you will be met and assisted by one of our representatives will be waiting for you with signage at flight gate.

    Our Representative will assist you with immigration procedures and luggage collection.

    After leaving the Airport, our representative will introduce you to your driver who will take you in a modern coach to your hotel. Pre-check in will be arranged, and guests will go directly to their rooms, and luggage will follow immediately.

    Overnight in Dead Sea 


    Day 2 : Dead Sea - Petra

    After breakfast at the hotel, check out of the hotel and proceed to Mount Nebo, one of the most revered holy sites of Jordan and the place where Moses was buried. A small Byzantine church was built there by early Christians, which has been expanded into a vast complex. During his visit to Jordan in 2001, the Late Pope John Paul II held a sermon here that was attended by some 20,000 faithful.

    Saint George Church: The Madaba Mosaic Map covers the floor of the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George, which is located northwest of the city centre. The church was built in 1896 AD, over the remains of a much earlier 6th century Byzantine church. The mosaic panel enclosing the Map was originally around 15.6 X 6m, 94 square meters, only about a quarter of which is preserved.

    Overnight in Petra 


    Day 3 : Petra

    After breakfast proceed for a tour of Petra.

    The Red Rose City of Petra: The giant red mountains and vast mausoleums of a departed race have nothing in common with modern civilization, and ask nothing of it except to be appreciated at their true value – as one of the greatest wonders ever wrought by Nature and Man. Although much has been written about Petra, nothing really prepares you for this amazing place. It has to be seen to be believed. Entrance to the city is through the Siq, a narrow gorge, over 1 kilometer in length, which is flanked on either side by soaring, 80 meters high cliffs. Just walking through the Siq is an experience in itself. The colors and formations of the rocks are dazzling. As you reach the end of the Siq you will 

    catch your first glimpse of Al-Khazneh (Treasury). The Treasury is just the first of the many wonders that make up Petra. You will need at least four or five days to really explore everything here. As you enter the Petra valley you will be overwhelmed by the natural beauty of this place and its outstanding architectural achievements. There are hundreds of elaborate rock-cut tombs with intricate carvings - unlike the houses, which were destroyed mostly by earthquakes, the tombs were carved to last throughout the afterlife and 500 have survived, empty but bewitching as you go past their dark openings. Here also is a massive Nabataean-built, Roman-style theatre, which could seat 3,000 people. There are obelisks, temples, sacrificial altars and colonnaded streets, and high above,overlooking the valley, is the impressive Ad-Deir Monastery – a flight of 800 rock cut steps takes you there.

    Like the "Treasury," the name "Monastery" is a rather inaccurate nickname, which is probably based on its remote location and some inscribed crosses in the interior. Although it may have been later used as a church (or even a hermitage), it was probably a temple. It may have been dedicated to the

     deified Nabataen king Obodas I, who reigned in the 1st century BC.



    Al-Siq (Arabic: ?????) (translated: the shaft) is the main entrance to the ancient city of Petra in southern Jordan. The dim, narrow gorge (in some points no more than 3 meters wide) winds its way approximately one mile and ends at Petra's most elaborate ruin, Al Khazneh (The Treasury). The Siq is a natural geological fault produced by tectonic forces and worn smooth by water erosion. The walls that enclose the Siq stand between 91-182 meters (300-600 feet) in height. The entrance to the Siq contains a huge dam, reconstructed in 1963 and again in 1991, designed to bar the mouth of the Siq and reroute the waters of Wadi Mousa. The dam is a fairly true reconstruction of what the Nabataens did to control Wadi Mousa between the first century BC and the beginning of the first century AD. The entrance also contains the remnants of a monumental arch, of which only the two abutments and some hewn stones of the arch itself have survived. The arch collapsed in 1896 following an earthquake, but its appearance is known based on the lithograph works of David

    Roberts. The Siq was used as the grand caravan entrance into Petra. Along both walls of the fissure are a number of votive niches containing baetyli, which suggest that the Siq was sacred to the Nabataen people. In 1998, a group of statues were uncovered when digging was conducted to lower the road by more than six feet. Although the upper part is greatly eroded, it is still possible to recognize the figures of two merchants, each leading two camels. The figures are almost twice life-size. The majority consensus is that they housed the guards that defended the main entrance to Petra.

    Overnight in Petra 


    Day 4 : Petra - Amman

    After breakfast check out of the hotel and proceed to Amman and do the city tour.

    City tour of Amman: visit the Citadel, Archeological Museum, Roman Amphitheatre, and Folklore Museum. Due to the city’s modern-day prosperity and temperate climate, almost half of Jordan’s population is concentrated in the Amman area. The residential suburbs consist of mainly tree-lined street and avenues flanked by elegant, almost uniformly white houses, in accordance with a municipal law, which states that all buildings must be faced with local stone. The downtown area is much older and more traditional with smaller businesses producing and selling everything from fabulous jewellery to everyday household items. The people of Amman are multi-cultural, multi-

    denominational, well-educated and extremely hospitable. They welcome visitors and take pride in showing them around their fascinating and vibrant city.

    Overnight at the hotel in Amman.


    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

    Day 5 : Amman - Departure

    After breakfast, free time at the hotel till departure to the airport for the return journey back to home.


    Meals: Breakfast



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