Ajloun


Ajloun

Just west of Jerash, the castle of Ajloun is another highlight of northern Jordan. The castle of Ajloun was built in 1184 by a nephew of Salah al-Din (Saladin to Westerners). It is one of the very few Islamic castles built in Jordan to protect the coun …

 

Hamammat Ma’in


Hamammat Ma’in

When you visit the Dead Sea, you should also take advantage of nearby wonder Hammamat Ma’in (Ma’in Hot Springs). Hammamat Ma’in is reached by one of the windiest roads in the country, between Madaba and the Dead Sea. Enjoy the natural hot spring waterf …

 

Wadi Rum


Wadi Rum

A well-known visitor of the Wadi Rum was Lawrence of Arabia. There are a number of sites associated with him through tradition or historical evidence. Wadi Rum offers spectacular vistas of towering cliffs and bold rock formations, etched by erosion int …

 

Amman City


Amman City

Experience an adventurous trip to Amman. The modern and ancient capital of Jordan is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. There are plenty of activities in Amman City for you to enjoy, such as guided tours and museum visits

 

Jerash


Jerash

The ancient city of Jerash is one of the best examples of the grand, formal provincial Roman urbanism found throughout the Middle East. It contains paved and colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, a handsome theatre, spacious public squares and p …

 

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