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Welcome to Jordan. we will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Guided Sights in Amman (morning) Roman Amphitheatre, Citadel at Jabel el Qalaa, (to include National Archaeological Museum, Umayyad Palace, Temple of Hercules)) Guided tour from Amman (afternoon) Highway North to Jerash (to include Forum Oval Plaza, Triumphal Hadrians Arch, the Hippodrome, South Gate, Vaulted Gallery under Temple of Zeus, Temple of Artemis) & Castle of Rabat at Ajloun
Today we journey on to Madaba - the most important Christian centre in Jordan. A short distance away, we visit Mt Nebo. Sitting on the edge of the East Bank plateau, it is where Moses is said to have seen the Promised Land. Indeed, from the lookout it is possible to view across the valleys to the Dead Sea, Jericho and - on a clear day - the golden cupulas and spires of Jerusalem. We then travel on to the Dead Sea and check you into the hotel.
Today we head to Petra, stopping along the way to visit the Crusader castles of Karak and Shobak. On arrival into Petra we will check you into the hotel. This evening we will take you to Petra by Night, experiencing this amazing site by the light of over a thousand candles.
Free day (own sightseeing without guide).
Today we will drive to Wadi Rum. A vast, silent landscape of ancient riverbeds, pastel coloured stretches of sandy desert and amazing eroded rock formations that rise from the desert floor. The region is also home to semi-nomadic Bedouin living in their great goat hair tents. We have a safari in the desert and then head on to Aqaba and check you into the hotel.
Today you will have a free day in Aqaba sit back and relax enjoy the sunshine, sand and sea.
We will transfer you to Amman airport in time for your departure flight.
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