TOURS : JORDAN

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Jordan

Jordan has been described as an oasis of calm in a stormy place. It is another ancient land not to be missed. Not only does it have ancient treasures such as Petra, Jerash and Crusader castles, but also some of the friendliest people on the planet and delicious meals to match.

JORDAN STOPOVER 4 Days / 3 Nights.


Experience the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, a nation and a bridge between east and west, sea and desert.

Experience a city tour of Amman which includes the Roman Amphitheatre, the Citadel, the Archaeological Museum, the King Abdulla Mosque, the bazaars and craft shops.

Visit the gold market (Souk), the ancient Greek Temples of Zeus and Artemis, the Grand Forum, and some well-preserved Roman cities.


See the amazing Petra, (you can go by horse ride through to the “Lost City” with its Treasury)
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See the Royal Tombs, Um Tomb, Courthouse, Roman Street, Triumphal Arch, Qasr Al Bint, and the High Place of Sacrifice.

Wherever your heart lies, we work alongside you to enhance your passions and create immersive and authentic experiences worldwide.

Jordan

Jordan has been described as an oasis of calm in a stormy place. It is another ancient land not to be missed. Not only does it have ancient treasures such as Petra, Jerash and Crusader castles, but also some of the friendliest people on the planet and delicious meals to match.

JORDAN STOPOVER 4 Days / 3 Nights.


Experience the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, a nation and a bridge between east and west, sea and desert.

Experience a city tour of Amman which includes the Roman Amphitheatre, the Citadel, the Archaeological Museum, the King Abdulla Mosque, the bazaars and craft shops.

Visit the gold market (Souk), the ancient Greek Temples of Zeus and Artemis, the Grand Forum, and some well-preserved Roman cities.


See the amazing Petra, (you can go by horse ride through to the “Lost City” with its Treasury)
.

See the Royal Tombs, Um Tomb, Courthouse, Roman Street, Triumphal Arch, Qasr Al Bint, and the High Place of Sacrifice.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS THE DRESS CODE IN JORDAN?

Jordan enjoys a reasonably liberal dress code, but please remember it is a predominantly Islamic country. Therefore, if you are planning to enter mosques or other religious sites, ladies should carry a light scarf to cover their head and shoulders, and men should wear long pants or shorts below the knee, again with shoulders covered.

HOW LONG DO YOU SUGGEST WE STAY IN PETRA?

The magnificent “rose red” city of Petra is best taken in over the course of 2 days. We suggest visiting Petra with a licenced local guide for a few hours the first time, just to get your bearings, and then spend another day exploring the city on your own.

I DON’T THINK I CAN WALK THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE SIQ

If you have knee, hip or mobility problems, please let us know. With enough time to organise it, we can arrange for a horse and buggy to take you the length of the Siq in order to arrive at The Treasury in Petra.

DO I NEED A VISA FOR JORDAN?

Australian passport holders do require a visa to enter Jordan. It is your responsibility to ensure you have all the right documentation for your journey however, feel free to contact us for guidance.

CAN I GO OVERLAND FROM JORDAN TO ISRAEL?

Yes, you can currently go from Jordan to Israel via the Allenby Bridge. However, note that this crossing can sometimes be closed due to political occurrences. Please check with Touchdown Tours prior to travelling, to ensure it will still be possible during your journey.

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