A Jordan tours takes you on a voyage through history, culture and legend. Delve into Jordan and explore the impressive sites; discover the natural and national treasures; reconnoitre the city of Petra - carved into a rock face over 2,000 years ago; camp in Wadi Rum beneath the starry night sky; float in the Dead Sea and learn about the traditions of the desert natives, Bedouin. With such intriguing history surrounded by much mystery, a visit to Jordan will be a unique experience, ideal for those inquisitive and adventurous travellers looking for a country that is like no other.
An amazing region bursting with natural marvels, impressive history, astounding monuments and fascinating culture. Jordan and Egypt tours offer a remarkable cultural adventure and a unique experience for travellers looking to venture a diverse and intriguing destination. On our Jordan and Egypt group tours you’ll have the opportunity to visit the remarkable Rose City of Petra, the desert of Wadi Rum and get the chance to float in the Dead Sea. Then you’ll journey on to engulf the pulsating souks of Cairo, see the Pyramids of Giza, the Valley of the Kings and then chill out as you sail down the Nile and sunbathe by the Red Sea; an encounter not to be missed.
Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is described as ‘one of the most precious cultural properties of mankind's cultural heritage'. Simply amazing.
Absolutely stunning in its natural beauty, Wadi Rum summarizes the romance of the desert. You may meet some friendly Bedouins living close by at the desert.
Welcome to magnificent Kerak, a city surrounded by history, protected by Saladin’s armies for long years. Don’t forget to stop by The Crusader Castle, one of the biggest fortresses of Middle East.
With a 30 minute drive from Amman you reach this unique spot in Jordan. Dead Sea brings a sense of unreality to any traveler passing through.
The modern and ancient capital of Jordan is one of the oldest inhabited cities. The city's modern buildings blend amazingly with the remnants of ancient civilizations.
Less than an hour drive from Amman takes you 2000 years back in time. Jerash hosts the best preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside of Italy.
Home of Ajlun Castle built in 1184 shows great examples of Islamic architecture. Ajlun Archaeological Museum has all sorts of artefacts from the region.