Day 1 - Aqaba Airport - Aqaba
Arrive at Aqaba Airport, and transfer to your hotel for your overnight stay here.
Day 2 - Aqaba - Amman
After breakfast, spend a free morning exploring Aqaba city, or spend time at the beach along the Red Sea Coast. In the afternoon travel to Amman, where you will stay overnight.
Day 3 - Amman - Pella - Um Qais - Amman
After breakfast, embark on a full day tour with visits to ancient Pella and Um Qais. Head back to your hotel in Amman for an overnight stay.
Day 4 - Amman - Jerash - Dead Sea - Amman
After breakfast, enjoy a full day visit to the ancient Roman city of Jerash, before continuing for a visit of the Dead Sea. Travel back to Amman for your final night here.
Day 5 - Amman - Madaba - Mount Nebo - Kerak - Petra
After breakfast at the hotel, drive along the Kings Highway with a stop-off at Madaba town. Proceed then onto Mt Nebo to enjoy the views, before a final stop at Kerak. After exploring the sites here, drive on to Petra where you will stay for the night.
Day 6 - Petra
After breakfast spend a full day exploring the UNESCO Heritage Site of Petra. A short horseback ride is included for those choosing not to walk to the entrance of the old city. Return to your hotel in Petra to overnight.
Day 7 - Petra - Little Petra - Wadi Rum
After breakfast take a short journey to visit Little Petra. Continue then to Wadi Rum desert and enjoy an included 4x4 jeep ride. Enjoy a special dinner and overnight camping experience at a traditional Bedouin camp tonight.
Day 8 - Wadi Rum - Aqaba
After breakfast, transfer to Aqaba for some time at leisure before your flight home.
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An undiscovered gem of the Middle-East, a holiday to Jordan combines ancient sites, wonderful hospitality, and a genuine wonder of the world in Petra. A popular choice as it allows visitors to explore both the desert and unforgettable landmarks, there’s really nowhere else quite like Jordan. Top of everyone’s list is a visit to the ancient site of Petra - this wondrous city has been cast into the sandstone escarpments, giving it a look like no other settlement in the world. The whole area is an unforgettable sight to behold, but the defining landmarks within Petra are the Siq and the Treasury. Those looking to explore the desert will find the most popular spot is Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon. This 60-kilometre valley in southern Jordan is the largest one in the country. These red-tinged dunes are gloriously vast, continuing as far as the eye can see – providing a sight you’ll never forget. There are even canyons in certain places flowing with seasonal water, while there are palm trees and an explosion of flowers here in the springtime.
The capital city of Amman offers a unique mixture of old and new, while it’s exceedingly close to UNESCO sites like the aforementioned Petra, its city centre is relatively modern. A vibrant blend of restaurants, museums, and shops give you lots to do, while the desert and Dead Sea are also close enough to explore. Jerash is another modern Jordanian town with quaint streets and beautiful market gardens, while its impressive ancient city has a stunning entry point through Hadrian’s Arch. Contrasting these two modern destinations is the ancient Crusader stronghold of Kerak. Giant walls adorn the old city and there is so much to see within them – with one of the largest towers found in the whole country.