Learn all about the Jordan anchient arts, such as the delicate Nabataean pottery, Wadi Rum, one of the latest UNESCO World heritage Sites, and take a jeep tour to learn about the ancient Thamudic rock art that you can still see today.
Jordan is set on the ancient crossroads between Arabia and the Mediterranean Sea. And while the land might be ancient, Jordan’s cities offer the modern conveniences that help make your trip to the past a little less demanding.
People and Culture Jordan boasts a rich history, with relics from centuries and millennia past scattered throughout the country. Its landscapes and nature are diverse. Its sites and attractions are numerous.
Jordan has a rich culinary culture, parts of which date back thousands of years and parts that are influenced by its modern history and the diversity of the people who live here.
The nabataeans found ingenious ways to collect and store water and Ummayads collected it too, for daily life and luxurious bath houses. Find out more about the desert’s history and discover hidden sources and unexpected areas of waterfalls and lush vegetation.