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|1||Amman – Madaba – Mt Nebo – Dead Sea – Shoubak – Petra||Petra||Welcome drink|
|2||Petra||Petra||Breakfast and dinner|
|3||Petra||Petra||Breakfast and dinner|
|4||Wadi Rum||Wadi Rum||Full board|
|5||Wadi Rum||Wadi Rum||Full board|
|6||Wadi Rum – Amman||Amman||Breakfast and lunch|
Prices are quoted in US dollars per person.
|No. of people||3* Hotel||4* Hotel||5* Hotel|
- Assistance with visas at the airport
- All transfers by air-conditioned bus with English-speaking driver
- Bed and breakfast hotels (sharing a double room)
- Entrance tickets to sites mentioned in the itinerary
- 2-hour jeep tour in Wadi Rum
- Wadi Rum campsite (sharing a double room)
- English guide in Petra for 3 hours
- Lunch at the Dead Sea
- Short horse ride in Petra
- Jordanian taxes
- Travel insurance
- Lunches and dinners other than those mentioned in the itnerary
- Additional excursions
- Private expenses
- Any items not mentioned above
Day 1: Amman
We will meet you at Queen Alia Airport and assist you through the visa process before taking you to your hotel in Amman.
Day 2: Amman – Madaba – Mt Nebo – Dead Sea – Shobak – Petra
On our way down to Petra from Amman, we’ll stop at some of Jordan’s other notable places. First is Madaba, the city of mosaics, where we will visit the 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land housed in the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George. We will then drive up to Mount Nebo, from where Moses viewed the Holy Land. It is said that he also died and was buried here. On a clear day you can see across to Jericho and Jerusalem. We continue on to the Dead Sea, the lowest terrestrial spot on Earth, for an unforgettable swimming experience in the high-density water. After a few relaxing hours floating in the mineral-rich water and some lunch, we will go on to Petra for the night.
Day 3: Petra
After breakfast, we’ll enter Petra through the famous fissure known as the Siq and bear witness to the sophistication of the Nabateans. The tour gradually unfolds the mysteries of the rose-red city with its spectacular Treasury, Royal Tombs, burial chambers and High Place of Sacrifice. We return to the hotel for the night.
Day 4: Petra – Little Petra – Wadi Rum
In the morning, we’ll go out to picturesque Little Petra, the place where Nabateans used to entertain their guests, then continue south to the enchanting desert of Wadi Rum. We’ll explore the desert by jeep, visiting Nabataen inscriptions, Lawrence’s Cave, beautiful dunes and a rock bridge before watching the sunset and heading back to the camp for the night.
Day 5: Wadi Rum – Amman
We will begin our day with a 4-hour jeep tour via Nabataen inscriptions, Lawrence’s Cave and a rock bridge. After lunch in Wadi Rum, we head back to Amman.
Day 6: Amman Airport
We will take you from your hotel in Amman to the airport in time to catch your flight.
Prices are quoted in US dollars per person and are valid until September 2014.
Prices for Children
- Children under 2 are free of charge.
- Children aged from 2 to 5 pay 25% of the adult price.
- Children aged from 6 to 11 pay 50% of the adult price.
- Children 12 and over pay the full adult price.
Reservations should be made as far in advance as possible so we can make the appropriate arrangements.
The booking will be secured upon receiving a deposit of 25%, or, during the Christmas and New Year holidays, a deposit of 50%. This deposit is part of your final payment. Deposits can only be made by wire transfer or through Western Union.
Jordan Entry Visas
To enter Jordan, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your scheduled departure date. Visas can be obtained in advance from the Jordanian Consulate in your country of origin, or upon arrival at a Jordanian airport for USD 30. Please check for any special conditions attaching to your nationality beforehand.
It is customary in Jordan to express satisfaction and gratitude for good service by giving a tip. A tip is much appreciated by guides, drivers, cleaning staff, etc., but tipping is not obligatory and the amount given is up to the tipper’s discretion.
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Follow in Bedouin footsteps to explore the desert of Wadi Rum and the ancient carved city of Petra.