Day-1 Arrival in Amman The capital of Jordan is a fascinating city of contrasts - a unique blend of old and new, ideally situated on a hilly area between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley. Upon arrival Amman Airport, meet & assist (Before Immigrations) by our representative who will assist you in the Visas formalities. Then your vehicle will drive you to your hotel in Amman for dinner and overnight.
Day-2 Amman – City Tour – Amman Breakfast at the hotel. Start the city tour of Amman (2 hours), Guests will visit the Citadel, Museum, and Amphitheatre & Folklore Museum. Transfer back to your hotel in Amman to enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Amman.
Day-3 Amman – Petra Breakfast at the hotel & check out. Transfer via the desert way to Petra site for a visit with local guide at Petra from the visitors’ center up- to Qasr el Bent.
Overnight at Petra hotel.
Day-4 Petra – Wadi Rum - Amman Breakfast at the hotel & check out. Transfer to Wadi Rum for 1.5 hour Bedouin Jeep tour; proceed to Amman. Hotel for overnight in Amman.
Day-5 Amman – Departure Amman Airport Breakfast at the hotel & check out. Transfer to Dead Sea for 2 hours swim.
Transfer from Dead Sea to Amman Airport for departure.
Amman - Jordan’s capital Amman is a bustling modern city. Unlike the neighbouring capital cities of Jerusalem and Damascus that are steeped in history, Amman is a much more contemporary city. In 1921, King Abdullah chose Amman as the new capital of Jordan, thus beginning the transformation of Amman from a little historic town into a vibrant capital. While the ancient Citadel and the Roman era Temple of Hercules are testimony to the ancient heritage of Amman, its vibrant lively suburbs and diverse culture offer the experience of thriving global Arab city.
Petra - The ancient rock carved city of Petra is Jordan’s most famous tourist attraction,a wonder of the world, and a must visit on every traveller’s list. Nestled in a remote valley in southern Jordan, the lost city of Petra remained undiscovered for centuries until Swiss explorer Jean Louis Burckhardt stumbled upon it in 1812. Established as early as 312 BC, Petra was a thriving Nabataean city located on the slope of Jebel al Madhbah. Although the city was abandoned in the late 8th century, it is remarkably well preserved even today. Whether it is Petra’s Treasury or its fascinating temples, this lost city remains enveloped in history and mystery.