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 Jordan  officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is an Arab kingdom in Western Asia, on the East Bank of the Jordan River, and extending into the historic region of Palestine. Jordan is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the south and east, Iraq to the north-east, Syria to the north, and Palestine, the Dead Sea and Israel to the west.

6 nights / 7 days – Jordon

Day 1 : Jordon

 Arrival. Meet and assist at Queen Alia INTL Airport through all government formalities. Transfer to hotel in Amman for overnight.

Day 2 : Jordon

 After breakfast – Amman City tour – Jerash – Ajlun Caslte - Jerash, located 48Km north of the capital Amman, is considered to be one of the most important and best preserved Roman cities in the Middle East. It was a city of the Decapolis and it is known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa or Antiochea, as known in the Bible. Amman Jordan. The ruins have been carefully preserved and spared from encroachment, with the modern city sprawling to the west of ancient Jerash's city walls. To this day, its colonnaded streets, baths, theaters, plazas and arches remain in exceptional condition. The city also boasts well preserved monumental architectural parts: the Monumental Gate, the Nymphaeum and the Hippodrome. From the Byzantine period there are 18 churches, most of which have mosaic floors. The city wall with four gates is still preserved in many places. Overnight Amman.

Day 3 : Jordon

 After breakfast – Mount Nebo – Madaba – Kerak Castle – Mount Nebo is where prophet Moses was given a view of the promised land that God was giving to the Jews. "And Moses went up from the plains of Moab to Mount Nebo, the top of Pisgah, which is opposite Jericho." (Deuteronomy 34:1). Moses was buried on this mountain by God himself, and his final resting place is unknown.
Mount Nebo Jordan On the highest point of the mountain, Syagha, the remains of a church and monastery were discovered in 1933. The church was first constructed in the second half of the 4th century to commemorate the place of Moses' death. It was enlarged in the late fifth century A.D. and rebuilt in 597A.D. Six tombs have been found hollowed from the natural rock beneath the mosaic-covered floor of the church. In the modern chapel presbytery, built to protect the site and provide worship space, you can see remnants of mosaic floors from different periods. The earliest of these is a panel with a braided cross presently placed on the east end of the south wall. Overnight Petra.

Day 4 : Jordon

 breakfast – Full day Petra – Petra is located just outside the town of Wadi Mousa in southern Jordan. It is 260 kilometers from Amman via the Desert Highway and 280 kilometers via the King’s Highway. Petra is the most spectacular ancient city remaining in the modern world, and certainly a must-see for visitors to Jordan and the Middle East. The ancient city of Petra was built from 800 BC to 100 AD by the Nabetean Arabs.  Overnight Petra.

Day 5 : Jordon

 After breakfast – Wadi Rum, 2 hour 4x4 Jeep Ride – Wadi Rum puts life into perspective. "Rum's glory would not let a man waste himself in feverish regrets," said T E Lawrence (of Arabia), whose descriptions have immortalised the place for so many of us.
Nothing much has changed in the 90 years since Lawrence was here. The timelessness, the silence, the scale of it all; sheer cliffs, limitless sand and the blood red of approaching night. So any tour of Rum must capture some of this magic to be worthwhile. It's almost impossible in half a day -- but if that's all the time you have then we will try. Better to stretch it to full day; at least we can stop to breath the air and touch the rocks and enjoy a cup of bedouin tea and wonder why and how people live here. Overnight Dead Sea area.

Day 6 : Jordon

 After breakfast – Dead Sea, enjoy floating & mud Bathing – Bethany -The Baptism Site (Arabic: el-Maghtas) on the Jordan side of the Jordan River is one of the most important recent discoveries in biblical archaeology. Excavations only began here in 1996, following Jordan's peace treaty with Israel in 1994, but have already uncovered more than 20 churches, caves and baptismal pools dating from the Roman and Byzantine periods. Although the identification is not absolutely certain, archaeology has shown that the area known as Wadi Kharrar has long been believed to be the biblical Bethany-beyond-the-Jordan, where John the Baptist lived and Jesus was baptized.– Overnight Amman.

Day 7 :

After breakfast – Transfer to Queen Alia INTL Airport for departure.


 The above program is only for guidance purpose, Similar programs can be tailor made as per request.


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