Explore ancient sites and lost cities, traverse desert landscapes and get to know the locals on a guided tour or small group adventure to Jordan. Float in the mineral rich waters of the Dead Sea, visit the Ancient City of Petra, camp under the stars of Wadi Rum, and explore the Roman Ruins of Jerash. Dramatic landscapes, ancient legends and unforgettable experiences await in Jordan.
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8 Days Amman to Madaba
Operated By: Intrepid
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Must do experiences and highlights on your Jordan tour
Petra by Night
Visit the Ancient City of Petra after darkness falls to see the incredible carved facades dancing in the golden light of over 1,000 flickering candles.
Explore Wadi Rum
Take a thrilling 4WD tour to explore the desert landscapes, or perhaps swap car for camel and rock your way through this incredible terrain.
Float in the Dead Sea
Soak in blue pools ringed by white mineral deposits that infuse these therapeutic waters. Float effortlessly thanks to the high salt concentration.
Roman Ruins of Jerash
Be transported back to a time when archways and colonnades marked the streets of a grand Roman city. These well preserved ruins conjure up images of an opulent life some 2,000 years ago.
Stay in a Bedouin Camp
These nomadic people of the desert are known for their hospitality, and you can experience it first hand as you sit by a fire under the vast desert skies and swap stories over a camp dinner.
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What our clients are saying about their Jordan trips
“A comfort of Egypt and Jordan”
A great group of 12 travellers from Switzerland, Canada, USA, England and Australia varying in ages from late 20's to late 60's. We travelled in early March starting in Egypt for 11 days then Jordan and found the temperatures cool to moderate and weather fine except for a once in 100 year storm which passed through. Accommodation was high three star and in some places four star, always clean and comfortable with breakfasts included. The sights and history in Egypt were fantastic, the pyramids, ...read more Sphinx, Valley of the Kings, Abu Simbel and hot air balloon ride all lived up to expectations. The tombs and temples were awe inspiring. even if I couldn't remember all the dates and names of the Pharaohs. The desert scenery in Wadi Rum, Jordan was stark and had a special kind of beauty and the tent camp was comfortable with a great dinner and breakfast served by the local Bedouins. There were some tents with ensuite bathrooms but our tour had tents without and shared bathroom amenities which were clean and adequate (only problem was there were no towels provided). Our group never got to Petra or the Dead Sea as we got caught in the middle of the COVID19 outbreak and had to leave Jordan at short notice when they decided to close their borders. This happened on a Saturday morning and this is when we had problems as we needed to re-book flights and there was no emergency contact number for Global Journeys. We tried emails but as the office is not open on weekends we got no reply. We feel that unless an emergency contact is provided in future we would hesitate in booking through Global Journeys again. This is a shame as we have had wonderful service and the agent we have dealt with has been extremely helpful and prompt in communicating with us in relation to any queries we have had before the trip.
“Escape to Israel and Jordan”
This was an exciting and very interesting tour. Loved the places we visited. Our diverse group interacted really well. Would recommend these countries to anyone for a visit. Our guides Tal (Israel) & Suihaid (Jordan) are a credit to Globus.
“Intrepid's backpacking adventure through Jordan, Israel and the Palestine territories ”
The trip overall was fantastic, experiencing the middle eastern culture up close in Wadi Rum, to exploring the ruins of Petra, and finally experiencing the amazing city of Jerusalem, a city that offers history, culture and religion, as well as having a modern feel.
“Spice Trails of Petra”
One of my personal highlights of the tour was being taken into a spice shop in Madaba by one of the other tour members. Given that this tour is specifically called the Spice Trails of Petra an organised option around spices or cooking would have been a wonderful addition. (Review provided by Explore Worldwide.)