Explore Ancient Mysteries and Modern Marvels in Jordan
Discover the Jewel of the Middle East
With over 100,000 archaeological and tourist sites, Jordan clearly has a wealth of ancient places to look at. Boasting of six UNESCO world heritage sites (among them Petra- one of the seven wonders of the world), it is definitely a wondrous destination to consider.
City of Petra
Built over 2000 years ago- in 3BC to be specific. It is an entire city carved out of the natural rock found in the region, complete with homes and tombs, lost to the world for ages, this ancient city now draws thousands of tourists to see what was left of its glorious splendour.
To float in healing waters. The dead seas’ high salt content allows anyone to float with ease, minerals found within it are said to be good for skin. It is the lowest point on earth and one of the cradles of civilisation.
The red rocks in Wadi Rum are ever so beautiful at sunset., looking worlds apart compared to other places on earth. It was home for different human civilisations, and still carries evidence of their influences today in inscriptions, making it a one-of-a-kind natural and cultural site.
With a biblical history, mount Nebo is said to be where Moses viewed the promised land and was buried. It has several spots that talk about its history and is of great religious significance.
One of the wealthiest cities in the days of old, Jerash is an ancient city preserved with Roman architecture. Along major trade routes, it profited from trade which added to its flourishing along its temperate climate that supported and still supports human life.
Ma'in Hot Springs
Connect with Jordan’s dramatic landscapes and enjoy nature’s handiwork with the Ma’in hot springs beside the arid desert. A relaxation point- visitors can immerse themselves in the pools of mineral water.