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Welcome to Jordan and the start of an amazing adventure. Arrive Amman, included transfer to our hotel and overnight.
After a quick visit to the Citadel and Archaeological Museum, walk through the bustling local souk. Leaving Amman, we’ll stop first at Mt. Nebo, the site from which Moses saw the Promised Land. Our next port of call is Um ar-Rasas, one of Jordan’s World Heritage sites and once an important stop on the busy caravan routes. The impressive mosaic floor of the St. Stephen Church features medallions commemorating all the early Christian pilgrimage sites of the region, and the extensive ruins also include one of the area’s earliest Stylite towers. You’ll make a late afternoon stop at the Shobak Crusader Castle (Mont Real) en route to Petra for the night. Why not include a Petra by Night ticket from our enhance options.
Begin the day with a walk through the mysterious mile-long Siq, the narrow gorge with towering sandstone walls which leads into the ancient capital city of the Nabatean trading empire. Explore the Khazneh (the temple of Indiana Jones fame), Theater, Colonnaded Street and Museum. After lunch, climb to ad-Deir (the Monastery), Petra’s largest carved façade. In the evening, why not try your hand at our Petra Kitchen enhance option.
Leaving Petra, we take a drive through the busy market town of Karak under the towering shadows of the Karak Crusader Castle. Descending some 1300 meters to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the earth’s surface. More than 500 meters below sea level, the mineral-rich Dead Sea is the world’s original health and beauty spa. Drift out and bob in the waters and slap on some of the famous black Dead Sea mud to give your skin an invigorating boost. You’ll enjoy a buffet lunch before heading to Madaba, home to the world’s largest collection of ancient mosaics.
Departure transfer to Amman's Queen Alia airport.
The lowest point on the earth’s surface, the Dead Sea is a natural phenomena and gift of Mother Nature. Straddling ...