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Islamic Tour in Jord...

Islamic Tour in Jordan: Program 08 Days 07 Nights

Program in Jordan with heritage that includes Petra “one of the seven wonders of the world”, the desert of Wadi Rum and the magnificent Roman cities.
Our trip plans designed to take you out from your world and send you to oasis of unforgettable moments in Jordan.
You’re going to live a unique experience and discover a rich country in history of many civilizations that had resides in Jordan.

Day 01: Queen Alia Airport (Welcome to Jordan) – Amman

Arrive Queen Alia international airport, after visa formalities, you will meet with your driver who is holding a sign of your names to pick you up from the Airport to your hotel in Amman
Dinner & Overnight at the hotel.

Distance 35 KM Estimated Travel 40 Minutes
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Arrive Queen Alia international airport, after visa formalities, you will meet with your driver who is holding a sign of your names to pick you up from the Airport to your hotel in Amman
Dinner & Overnight at the hotel.

Distance 35 KM Estimated Travel 40 Minutes

Day 02: Amman – As-Salt – Shrines in the Jordan Valley – Amman

Breakfast, transfer for full day visit of shrines in Jordan, visit Shrine Of Prophet Shu’ayb ‘Jethro’ and Shrine Of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’ in As-Salt, then continue to Jordan Valley and visit Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah/ Shurahbil ibn Hasanah/ Mu`ath Bin Jabal.
Back to your hotel in Amman for Dinner and Overnight.

 

From Amman to As-Salt (Prophet Shu’ayb ‘Jethro’ and Shrine Of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
25 KM 30 Minutes 1 Hour

Al-Salt is an ancient agricultural town and administrative center in west-central Jordan. It is on the old main highway leading from Amman to Jerusalem.
It was once the most important settlement in the area between the Jordan valley and the eastern desert. Because of its history as an important trading link between the eastern desert and the west. What to see: As-Salt Archaeological Museum, As-Salt Handicrafts Centre, As-Salt Folklore Museum, Shrine of Prophet Shu’ayb (Jethro), As-Salt Historical Museum ( Abu Jaber House).

Shrine Of Prophet Shu’ayb ‘Jethro’ – Salt City (30KM NORTH-WEST AMMAN)
Shuʿayb, or Shoaib, (Arabic: شعيب‎; meaning who shows the right path), believed that he was sent as a prophet to two communities, namely the Midianites and the People of the Wood, He is mentioned in the Qur’an a total of 11 times. He is believed to have lived after Abraham, Shoaib proclaimed the faith of Islam and warned the people to end their fraudulent ways.

Shrine Of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’ – Salt City (30KM NORTH-WEST AMMAN)
He was the second prophet of the Bani-Isra’il, within a mosque to the west of Salt, on a hill carrying his name lies the shrine of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’. He was the apprentice of Prophet Moses and later his successor. Prophet Joshua led the army of the tribes of Israel in conquest over the land of Palestine.

 

From As-Salt to Jordan Valley
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
50 KM 1 Hour & 30 Minutes 2-3 Hour

Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah
More commonly known as Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah, was one of the ten companions of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) who were promised Paradise. He remained commander of a large section of Muslim armies during the time of Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab and was on the list of Umar’s appointed successors to the Caliphate. Abu Ubaydah was one of the first persons to accept Islam. He became a Muslim one day after Abu Bakr. Who was the man whose right hand the Prophet (PBUH) held and said, `In every nation there exists a man worthy of all trust and the trustworthy of this nation is Abu `Ubaidah lbn Al- Jarraah.

Shurahbil ibn Hasanah
The venerable companion Shurahbil ibn Hasanah was among the early Muslims who fled to Abyssinia. He was reputed for his strong faith, intelligence, bravery and successful administration. Shurahbil actively participated in the Battle of Yarmouk and the conquest of Jerusalem. When the Caliph Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq sent the Muslim armies to Greater Syria, Shurahbil was in command of the army assigned to the conquest of Jordan. Later, the Caliph Omar ibn Al-Khattab appointed Shurahbil the governor of a province in Greater Syria, where he distinguished himself for his fair dealings with subordinates. He died from the plague on the same day as the venerable companion Abu Ubeida Amer ibn Al-Jarrah.

Mu`ath Bin Jabal:
He Was a young boy when Mohammad started preaching the message of Islam. He was a native of Medina and was there during most of Mohammad’s lifetime. He was noted for his intelligence, quick wit, potency in speech, and for his prominent standing between people. He was also described as a very attractive looking individual with dark eyes and eyelashes. His teeth were extremely white and he had an afro. Books referring to his physical appearance say that the onlooker would be stunned by his good looks; He became a Muslim at the hands of Musab bin Umair, Wherever Muath went, people would refer to him for legal judgments on matters over which they differed. This is not strange since he was brought up in the school of the Prophet himself and learnt as much as he could from him. He was the best pupil of the best teacher.

 

From Jordan Valley to Amman
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
100 KM 2 Hours —–

 

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Breakfast, transfer for full day visit of shrines in Jordan, visit Shrine Of Prophet Shu’ayb ‘Jethro’ and Shrine Of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’ in As-Salt, then continue to Jordan Valley and visit Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah/ Shurahbil ibn Hasanah/ Mu`ath Bin Jabal.
Back to your hotel in Amman for Dinner and Overnight.

 

From Amman to As-Salt (Prophet Shu’ayb ‘Jethro’ and Shrine Of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
25 KM 30 Minutes 1 Hour

Al-Salt is an ancient agricultural town and administrative center in west-central Jordan. It is on the old main highway leading from Amman to Jerusalem.
It was once the most important settlement in the area between the Jordan valley and the eastern desert. Because of its history as an important trading link between the eastern desert and the west. What to see: As-Salt Archaeological Museum, As-Salt Handicrafts Centre, As-Salt Folklore Museum, Shrine of Prophet Shu’ayb (Jethro), As-Salt Historical Museum ( Abu Jaber House).

Shrine Of Prophet Shu’ayb ‘Jethro’ – Salt City (30KM NORTH-WEST AMMAN)
Shuʿayb, or Shoaib, (Arabic: شعيب‎; meaning who shows the right path), believed that he was sent as a prophet to two communities, namely the Midianites and the People of the Wood, He is mentioned in the Qur’an a total of 11 times. He is believed to have lived after Abraham, Shoaib proclaimed the faith of Islam and warned the people to end their fraudulent ways.

Shrine Of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’ – Salt City (30KM NORTH-WEST AMMAN)
He was the second prophet of the Bani-Isra’il, within a mosque to the west of Salt, on a hill carrying his name lies the shrine of Prophet Yusha ‘Joshua’. He was the apprentice of Prophet Moses and later his successor. Prophet Joshua led the army of the tribes of Israel in conquest over the land of Palestine.

 

From As-Salt to Jordan Valley
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
50 KM 1 Hour & 30 Minutes 2-3 Hour

Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah
More commonly known as Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah, was one of the ten companions of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) who were promised Paradise. He remained commander of a large section of Muslim armies during the time of Caliph Umar ibn al-Khattab and was on the list of Umar’s appointed successors to the Caliphate. Abu Ubaydah was one of the first persons to accept Islam. He became a Muslim one day after Abu Bakr. Who was the man whose right hand the Prophet (PBUH) held and said, `In every nation there exists a man worthy of all trust and the trustworthy of this nation is Abu `Ubaidah lbn Al- Jarraah.

Shurahbil ibn Hasanah
The venerable companion Shurahbil ibn Hasanah was among the early Muslims who fled to Abyssinia. He was reputed for his strong faith, intelligence, bravery and successful administration. Shurahbil actively participated in the Battle of Yarmouk and the conquest of Jerusalem. When the Caliph Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq sent the Muslim armies to Greater Syria, Shurahbil was in command of the army assigned to the conquest of Jordan. Later, the Caliph Omar ibn Al-Khattab appointed Shurahbil the governor of a province in Greater Syria, where he distinguished himself for his fair dealings with subordinates. He died from the plague on the same day as the venerable companion Abu Ubeida Amer ibn Al-Jarrah.

Mu`ath Bin Jabal:
He Was a young boy when Mohammad started preaching the message of Islam. He was a native of Medina and was there during most of Mohammad’s lifetime. He was noted for his intelligence, quick wit, potency in speech, and for his prominent standing between people. He was also described as a very attractive looking individual with dark eyes and eyelashes. His teeth were extremely white and he had an afro. Books referring to his physical appearance say that the onlooker would be stunned by his good looks; He became a Muslim at the hands of Musab bin Umair, Wherever Muath went, people would refer to him for legal judgments on matters over which they differed. This is not strange since he was brought up in the school of the Prophet himself and learnt as much as he could from him. He was the best pupil of the best teacher.

 

From Jordan Valley to Amman
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
100 KM 2 Hours —–

 

Day 03: Amman – The Seven Sleepers of the Cave – Jerash – Ajloun – Amman

Breakfast, visit Ahl Al kahf in morning, then transfer to the north of Jordan for full day visit of Jerash – Roman city of the Decapolis – and Ajloun.
Back to your hotel in Amman for Dinner and Overnight.

 

From Amman to The Seven Sleepers of the Cave (Ahl Al Kahf)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
15 KM 30 Minutes 1 Hour

A popular attraction outside of Amman is Kahf Al-Raqim or The Cave of The Seven Sleepers. Mentioned in the Holy Qur’an in a Sura named Al-Kahf (the Cave), it is located outside the village of Al-Raqim, 10 km east of Amman. Persecuted by despotic rule of Trajan for monotheism, a group of pious youths took refuge in this cave.
To preserve them, Allah put them to sleep, and when they revived 300 years later (309 lunar years as inimitability mentioned in the Holy Qur’an), they thought that they were only asleep for a day or so. Christianity was widespread by then, and when they were discovered, Allah put them to rest forever. At the cave, there still stands Byzantine and Roman ruins as well as a mosque, which exactly fit the descriptions in the Holy Qur’an.

 

 

From Amman to Jerash (with a local guide)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
40 KM 1 Hour 1 Hour & 30 Minutes

Jerash (Gerasa), without doubt one of the most beautiful Roman cities preserved in the Near East, the city of 1000 pillar. After Petra, Jerash is the second largest tourist destination in Jordan. The ancient city of Jerash can proudly situate the beginning of its occupation by men to more than 6500 years. Conquered by General Pompey in the year 63 BC, it passed under Roman control and became one of the ten great Roman cities composing the Confederation of Decapolis. Our local guide will introduce you to his colonnades, temples, theaters, churches, cardo-maxims and other monuments.

 

From Jerash to Ajloun
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
25 KM 40 Minutes 45 Minutes

Visit the fortress of Ajloun (Qala’at El-Rabbad), it was built by the Arabs of the Ayyubid Dynasty (AD 1185) as a defense against the Crusaders and was formerly surrounded by a sixteen-meter wide ditch with a drawbridge.

 

From Ajloun to Amman
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
70 KM 1 Hour & 30 Minutes —–

 

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Breakfast, visit Ahl Al kahf in morning, then transfer to the north of Jordan for full day visit of Jerash – Roman city of the Decapolis – and Ajloun.
Back to your hotel in Amman for Dinner and Overnight.

 

From Amman to The Seven Sleepers of the Cave (Ahl Al Kahf)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
15 KM 30 Minutes 1 Hour

A popular attraction outside of Amman is Kahf Al-Raqim or The Cave of The Seven Sleepers. Mentioned in the Holy Qur’an in a Sura named Al-Kahf (the Cave), it is located outside the village of Al-Raqim, 10 km east of Amman. Persecuted by despotic rule of Trajan for monotheism, a group of pious youths took refuge in this cave.
To preserve them, Allah put them to sleep, and when they revived 300 years later (309 lunar years as inimitability mentioned in the Holy Qur’an), they thought that they were only asleep for a day or so. Christianity was widespread by then, and when they were discovered, Allah put them to rest forever. At the cave, there still stands Byzantine and Roman ruins as well as a mosque, which exactly fit the descriptions in the Holy Qur’an.

 

 

From Amman to Jerash (with a local guide)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
40 KM 1 Hour 1 Hour & 30 Minutes

Jerash (Gerasa), without doubt one of the most beautiful Roman cities preserved in the Near East, the city of 1000 pillar. After Petra, Jerash is the second largest tourist destination in Jordan. The ancient city of Jerash can proudly situate the beginning of its occupation by men to more than 6500 years. Conquered by General Pompey in the year 63 BC, it passed under Roman control and became one of the ten great Roman cities composing the Confederation of Decapolis. Our local guide will introduce you to his colonnades, temples, theaters, churches, cardo-maxims and other monuments.

 

From Jerash to Ajloun
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
25 KM 40 Minutes 45 Minutes

Visit the fortress of Ajloun (Qala’at El-Rabbad), it was built by the Arabs of the Ayyubid Dynasty (AD 1185) as a defense against the Crusaders and was formerly surrounded by a sixteen-meter wide ditch with a drawbridge.

 

From Ajloun to Amman
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
70 KM 1 Hour & 30 Minutes —–

 

Day 04: Amman – Mount Nebo – Kerak (Al Mazar) – Petra

Breakfast, transfer to visit Mount Nebo and Al Mazar in Kerak, then continue to Petra hotel for Dinner and Overnight.

 

 

From Amman to Mount Nebo
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
40 KM 1 Hour 1 Hour

Mount Nebo, which dates back to the time of the Prophet Moses, around the 12th century BC & is believed to be the site of the Prophet’s burial place and the point from where he viewed the “Holy Land”. On the top of the hill, housed beneath a protective structure built by the Franciscans, are the ruins of a beautiful small church, built by the early Christians in the 4th century AD. Inside, are the remains of mosaic floors with stunning designs that feature hunting and pastoral scenes.
From a platform in front of the church, a visitor may see a bronze memorial of a snake on a cross which symbolizes the serpent lifted up by Moses in the desert, as well as the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

 

From Mount Nebo to Kerak (Al Mazar)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
100 KM 2 Hours 2 Hour

There’s a many shrines significance to Islam located in and around Kerak, you will visit the below:

Prophet Nuh: ‘Noah’ shrine in the city of Kerak. Allah sent Him to his people to warn them of divine punishment if they continued to worship idols, as stated in the Holy Qur’an in a Sura entitled Noah (Sura 71, verses 1-3): “We sent Noah to his People (with the Command): Do thou warn thy People before there comes to them a grievous Chastisement. He said: O my People! I am to you a Warner, clear and open: That ye should worship Allah, fear Him and obey me”. Credited with great wisdom and piety.

 

The Prophet and King of Israel, Sulayman ‘Solomon’, has a shrine in Sarfah near Kerak. Prophet Solomon had great powers that included control over the winds, over the Jinnis and understanding the language of birds and other animals. Islam regards Solomon as impeccable like his father Prophet and King Dawud ‘David’.

Prophet Solomon is mentioned in 16 verses in the Holy Qur’an.

 

Zaid ibn Ali ibn Al-Hussein. He was the great grandson of Prophet Mohammad, and a religious leader known for his righteous, majestic and knowledgeable ways.

When describing Zaid, Al-Imam Ja’far Al-Sadiq said: “Among us he was the best read in the Holy Qur’an, and the most knowledgeable about religion, and the most caring towards – family & relatives.

 

Zayd ibn Harithah: or Zayd mawla Muhammad was a prominent figure in the early Islamic community and the only one of sahaba whose name appears in the Qur’an (33:37).He was the adopted son of the prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam). He was the 01st leader who killed during the battle.

 

Ja‘far ibn Abī Tālib: (Died 629), also known as Ja‘far at-Tayyār, was the son of Abu Talib ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib (the uncle of prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam), and the elder brother of the fourth Islam caliph, Ali ibn Abi Talib. Jafar was raised by his uncle, Abbas ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib, for his father was a poor man and had to support a big family. He embraced Islam in around 613. He appointed Zayd ibn Harithah as commander of the army and he was subsequently killed during the battle.

 

Abdullah ibn Rawahah ibn Tha‘labah: was one of the companions of the prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam), He was one of the twelve representatives of the Ansar who took an oath of allegiance initially, before the Hijra and later spread Islam to Medina. Also he was among the 73 that pledged allegiance to the prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) in Medina; Abd Allah ibn Rawahah was third in command during the Battle of Mu’tah and was subsequently killed during the battle.

 

From Kerak to Petra
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
180 KM 3 Hour 2 Hour

 

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Breakfast, transfer to visit Mount Nebo and Al Mazar in Kerak, then continue to Petra hotel for Dinner and Overnight.

 

 

From Amman to Mount Nebo
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
40 KM 1 Hour 1 Hour

Mount Nebo, which dates back to the time of the Prophet Moses, around the 12th century BC & is believed to be the site of the Prophet’s burial place and the point from where he viewed the “Holy Land”. On the top of the hill, housed beneath a protective structure built by the Franciscans, are the ruins of a beautiful small church, built by the early Christians in the 4th century AD. Inside, are the remains of mosaic floors with stunning designs that feature hunting and pastoral scenes.
From a platform in front of the church, a visitor may see a bronze memorial of a snake on a cross which symbolizes the serpent lifted up by Moses in the desert, as well as the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

 

From Mount Nebo to Kerak (Al Mazar)
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
100 KM 2 Hours 2 Hour

There’s a many shrines significance to Islam located in and around Kerak, you will visit the below:

Prophet Nuh: ‘Noah’ shrine in the city of Kerak. Allah sent Him to his people to warn them of divine punishment if they continued to worship idols, as stated in the Holy Qur’an in a Sura entitled Noah (Sura 71, verses 1-3): “We sent Noah to his People (with the Command): Do thou warn thy People before there comes to them a grievous Chastisement. He said: O my People! I am to you a Warner, clear and open: That ye should worship Allah, fear Him and obey me”. Credited with great wisdom and piety.

 

The Prophet and King of Israel, Sulayman ‘Solomon’, has a shrine in Sarfah near Kerak. Prophet Solomon had great powers that included control over the winds, over the Jinnis and understanding the language of birds and other animals. Islam regards Solomon as impeccable like his father Prophet and King Dawud ‘David’.

Prophet Solomon is mentioned in 16 verses in the Holy Qur’an.

 

Zaid ibn Ali ibn Al-Hussein. He was the great grandson of Prophet Mohammad, and a religious leader known for his righteous, majestic and knowledgeable ways.

When describing Zaid, Al-Imam Ja’far Al-Sadiq said: “Among us he was the best read in the Holy Qur’an, and the most knowledgeable about religion, and the most caring towards – family & relatives.

 

Zayd ibn Harithah: or Zayd mawla Muhammad was a prominent figure in the early Islamic community and the only one of sahaba whose name appears in the Qur’an (33:37).He was the adopted son of the prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam). He was the 01st leader who killed during the battle.

 

Ja‘far ibn Abī Tālib: (Died 629), also known as Ja‘far at-Tayyār, was the son of Abu Talib ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib (the uncle of prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam), and the elder brother of the fourth Islam caliph, Ali ibn Abi Talib. Jafar was raised by his uncle, Abbas ibn ‘Abdul Muttalib, for his father was a poor man and had to support a big family. He embraced Islam in around 613. He appointed Zayd ibn Harithah as commander of the army and he was subsequently killed during the battle.

 

Abdullah ibn Rawahah ibn Tha‘labah: was one of the companions of the prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam), He was one of the twelve representatives of the Ansar who took an oath of allegiance initially, before the Hijra and later spread Islam to Medina. Also he was among the 73 that pledged allegiance to the prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam) in Medina; Abd Allah ibn Rawahah was third in command during the Battle of Mu’tah and was subsequently killed during the battle.

 

From Kerak to Petra
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
180 KM 3 Hour 2 Hour

 

Day 05: Petra – Full day visit with a local guide)

Breakfast, full day dedicated for the exploration of the breathtaking Nabatean city of Petra, which was carved out of the rose-red sandstone about 2,000 years ago & has recently been voted as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
The tour starts by passing by the Obelisk Tomb and then proceeding through the Siq –the narrow gorge that leads to Petra’s most impressive monument, the Treasury. Then on to the Street of Facades, the Theatre, the Royal Tombs, the Colonnaded Street, the Byzantine Church, the Temple, the Monumental Arch, Qasr el-Bint Faroun & finally climb up to the gigantic 1st century AD monument of the Monastery for those who wish.

Re-turn back to your hotel in Petra for dinner & overnight.

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Breakfast, full day dedicated for the exploration of the breathtaking Nabatean city of Petra, which was carved out of the rose-red sandstone about 2,000 years ago & has recently been voted as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
The tour starts by passing by the Obelisk Tomb and then proceeding through the Siq –the narrow gorge that leads to Petra’s most impressive monument, the Treasury. Then on to the Street of Facades, the Theatre, the Royal Tombs, the Colonnaded Street, the Byzantine Church, the Temple, the Monumental Arch, Qasr el-Bint Faroun & finally climb up to the gigantic 1st century AD monument of the Monastery for those who wish.

Re-turn back to your hotel in Petra for dinner & overnight.

Day 06: Petra – Little Petra (Beida) – Wadi Rum

Breakfast, transfer to visit little Petra and continue south to Wadi Rum (valley of the Moon),
Dinner & Overnight under Bedouin tents

 

From Petra to Little Petra
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
10 KM 15 Minutes 30 Minutes

Little Petra; one of the most important archaeological sites, the 9,000 year old Neolithic settlement of Beidha and to the nearby Siq El-Barid, a miniature Petra ( Little Petra ) with its own small Siq ( gorge ), carved tombs and monuments.

 

From Little Petra to Wadi Rum
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
140 KM 2 Hours & 30 Minutes 2 Hours

Wadi Rum, one of the world’s most colorful and unique landscapes of desert and mountain scenery and where T.E. Lawrence was based during the Arab Revolt. Go on a two hours excursion by Bedouin four-wheel drive vehicles through the desert enjoying the different rock formations, inscriptions, canyons & sand dunes. They pass & stop at: Seven Pillars of Wisdom (view from a distance), al Hsany Sand Dunes, al Amaleh inscriptions, Siq Um Tawaqi.

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Breakfast, transfer to visit little Petra and continue south to Wadi Rum (valley of the Moon),
Dinner & Overnight under Bedouin tents

 

From Petra to Little Petra
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
10 KM 15 Minutes 30 Minutes

Little Petra; one of the most important archaeological sites, the 9,000 year old Neolithic settlement of Beidha and to the nearby Siq El-Barid, a miniature Petra ( Little Petra ) with its own small Siq ( gorge ), carved tombs and monuments.

 

From Little Petra to Wadi Rum
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
140 KM 2 Hours & 30 Minutes 2 Hours

Wadi Rum, one of the world’s most colorful and unique landscapes of desert and mountain scenery and where T.E. Lawrence was based during the Arab Revolt. Go on a two hours excursion by Bedouin four-wheel drive vehicles through the desert enjoying the different rock formations, inscriptions, canyons & sand dunes. They pass & stop at: Seven Pillars of Wisdom (view from a distance), al Hsany Sand Dunes, al Amaleh inscriptions, Siq Um Tawaqi.

Day 07: Wadi Rum – Amman City Tour – Amman

Breakfast, transfer back to Amman for a city tour, continue to your hotel for Dinner & Overnight.

 

From Wadi Rum to Amman
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
350 KM 3 Hours & 30 Monutes 2 Hours

 

Amman; the capital city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Start with the downtown area, the oldest part of Amman, which is crowned by the Citadel offering a panoramic view of the whole city. Here one can also see the ancient ruins of the Temple of Hercules that dates back to (AD 161 – 180), the Byzantine Church, the Omayyad Palace, and the fascinating Archaeological Museum which houses an excellent collection of the antiquities of Jordan.
At the foot of the Citadel is the 2nd century AD Roman Theater, still used today for cultural events.
Finally pass through Abdoun, a contemporary area which boasts some of the best modern architecture.

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Breakfast, transfer back to Amman for a city tour, continue to your hotel for Dinner & Overnight.

 

From Wadi Rum to Amman
Distance Estimated Travel Time for visit
350 KM 3 Hours & 30 Monutes 2 Hours

 

Amman; the capital city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Start with the downtown area, the oldest part of Amman, which is crowned by the Citadel offering a panoramic view of the whole city. Here one can also see the ancient ruins of the Temple of Hercules that dates back to (AD 161 – 180), the Byzantine Church, the Omayyad Palace, and the fascinating Archaeological Museum which houses an excellent collection of the antiquities of Jordan.
At the foot of the Citadel is the 2nd century AD Roman Theater, still used today for cultural events.
Finally pass through Abdoun, a contemporary area which boasts some of the best modern architecture.

Day 08 : Amman – Queen Alia Airport for Departure

Breakfast, transfer to Queen Alia International Airport for your departure flight going back home with your unforgettable memories.

Distance 35 KM Estimated Travel 45 Minutes
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Breakfast, transfer to Queen Alia International Airport for your departure flight going back home with your unforgettable memories.

Distance 35 KM Estimated Travel 45 Minutes


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