Highlights of Jordan

Camels in Petra

Departures: All Year Round

Duration: 5 Days & 4 Nights

Cost: From $1090.00 (per person, twin share)



DAY 1 Queen Alia International Airport – Amman

Upon arrival into Queen Alia Airport, you will be met by one of our representatives who will assist you with luggage collection before driving you to your hotel in Amman. (B)

DAY 2 -Amman – Jerash – Amman

After breakfast, visit the magnificentlypreserved Greco -Roman city of Jerash, also known as Gerasa in ancient times. The city’s golden age came under Roman rule and the site is now acknowledged as one of the best preserved ancient provincial towns in the world. A fine example of the grand, formal provincial Roman urbanism that is found throughout the Middle East, Jerash comprises paved and colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, spectacular theatres, spacious public squares and plazas, baths, fountains and city walls pierced by towers and gates. En route back to Amman, visit King Abdulla Mosque, the Citadel Of Amman, and the Roman Amphitheatre. Also take in two significant Jordanian museums and enjoy a panoramic tour to the old and new parts of Amman. (B)

DAY 3 Amman – Madaba – Mt. Nebo – Mujeb – Kerak – Petra

Set out for Madaba today. Madaba city is known for its exquisitely preserved Byzantine mosaics, many of which can be seen in their original locations on ancient church floors, precisely where they stood centuries ago. Madaba’s real masterpiece, in the Orthodox Church of Saint George, is the 6th century AD mosaic map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land – the earliest religious map of the Holy Land in any form to survive from antiquity. Continue onto Mt. Nebo, where Moses gazed at the Promised Land before he died. Mt. Nebo is also believed to be his burial place. Visit the old monastery, and enjoy the unique scenery overlooking the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, Jericho and Jerusalem. Drive along the King’s Highway via the Mujeb Valley for a brief photo opportunity, before arriving at the famous Kerak Castle. Kerak is without doubt one of the most significant Crusader Castles in the region and a notable example Crusader architecture, blending western European, Byzantine, and Arab designs. A late arrival into Petra tonight, where you will overnight. (B)

DAY 4 Petra Amman

Today’s highlight is a visit to the Rose Red City of Petra, first established in the 6th century BCE by the Nabatean Arabs, a nomadic tribe who settled in the area and founded a commercial empire. You may begin your journey on horseback or by foot through the canyon or Siq. As you walk through the breathtaking canyon, you suddenly see before you Petra’s most famous monument: the Treasury. From here you have time to explore the city on your own; you can see the Street of Facades, the Royal Tombs and Pharaoh’s Castle. Return to your hotel in Amman and overnight. (B)

DAY 5 Amman Queen Alia Airport

After breakfast, transfer to Queen Alia Airport for your onward flight. (B)


For the most up to date departure information please contact your local travel agent.


Tour Inclusions


  • Personal meet & assistance upon arrival and departure
  • Portage at Queen Alia International Airport
  • Transportation in new vehicles on private basis with English speaking driver


  • Your driver is not permitted to act as your guide. He is with you for transportation only, but you are welcome to strike up a conversation with him if you wish on Jordanian culture, traditions and the like
  • 4 nights’ accommodation including breakfast daily
  • Entrance fees to all sites mentioned above
  • Gentle horse ride in Petra (700 m) in the Siq
  • 2 hours local English speaking guide in Jerash
  • 2 Hours local English speaking guide in Petra
  • Welcome Kit per person to include maps and brochures about Jordan
  • All applicable local taxes including 8% governmental tax and 10% service Charges

Jordan visa upon arrival is not included: approx. US$30 pp


How to Book

Please contact your local travel agent to make tour arrangements.

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