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highlights:

 

Amman - Jerash - Madaba - Mt. Nebo - Petra - Shobak - Kerak Castle
 

 

 
  Rates: 450 US $ per person  
  Rates included:

Meets and assist at south border

All transfers by deluxe van with English speaking driver

Entrance fees to all sites as per itinerary

Hotel accommodation for four nights with dinners and breakfasts

Horse ride in Petra

 

 
 

Rates does not included:

Visa fee to Jordan

Tour guides

Tips and departure tax

Travel insurance

Any other item not mentioned in our offer

 

 
   
  Group size: 03 - 06 Pax

 

 
 

Hotels:

Amman: Darotel Hotel

Petra: Silk Road Hotel

 

jordan - experience tour:

 

Day by day tour itinerary

Day 1: Amman 
Welcome to Jordan! On arrival at Amman Airport, you will be met by your Jordanian Tour Director and transferred to your hotel. (D) 

Day 2: Amman – Petra 
The trip to Jerash reveals the most beautifully preserved example of a Greco-Roman city in existence. Explore the grand ruins of the temples of Artemis and Zeus, where you can listen to the Whispering Column, and take in the vast oval Forum, Hadrian’s triumphal arch and the mile-long Street of Columns. Continue to Madaba to see the amazing mosaic map in St George’s Church, which dates from around AD560. Travel on to Mt Nebo where Moses stood and saw before him the Promised Land, before continuing to your hotel in Petra in plenty of time for dinner this evening. (B,D)

Day 3: Petra Sightseeing 
Spend the whole day visiting Petra, the rose red city, half as old as time. The approach to this lost city - which is Jordan’s most famous attraction - is through a narrow gorge, the siq, whose walls rise up 200 meters. In ancient days, the Siq was Petra’s protection from surprise attack. Emerging from the path to see the Treasury, where it is thought Ali Baba and his 40 thieves hid their stolen treasures. Wind your way through the canyon to explore the imposing Roman Amphitheatre which once seated 3,000 spectators, and the ancient tombs. (B,D) 

Day 4: Petra – Amman 
Visit two authentic 12th century crusader fortresses whose galleries, chapels and ramparts recall the gallantry of the Crusaders themselves. Shobak is now guardian over a barren and desolate land, while Kerak sits high above the surrounding plateau. Explore inside the walls of what is today a predominantly Muslim town before driving along the famous Kings Highway back to Amman, Jordan’s capital city. Here, see the huge 2nd century Roman Amphitheatre and the Citadel Hill. (B,D) 

Day 5: Return to home 
Your tour comes to an end after breakfast with a transfer to the airport for your onward flights. (BB)