4 Nights/5 Days
Jordan to the Kingdom, founded by King Abdullah I after World War I. It was ruled by his grandson, the late King Hussein, for 46 years until he died in 1999 when his son King Abdullah II assumed the throne. Jordan has grown into a modern nation that has enjoyed a remarkable measure of peace, stability and economic growth in recent decades. While Petra is indeed one of the most stunning attractions in the Middle East, Jordan offers so much more for the modern traveller.
Though 4 Nights/5 days is not enough to explore the beauty and culture of Jordan, however, we have tried to include important sightseeing as per Indian tourists in Jordan.
The Dead Sea is the lowest spot on earth’s surface—the shores of the Dead Sea sit 1,388 feet (423 meters) below sea level. This level makes it possible for a number of other Dead Sea wonders—the sea’s waters maintain nearly 34% salinity and the River Jordan dead-ends into the Dead Sea, with river water evaporating and leaving behind vast beds of salt and minerals.
It costs 20 JD to enter the Amman Public Beach, or consider a day pass to one of the nearby resorts—you’ll pay double to triple the cost range depending on if it’s a weekday or weekend, but it can be much less hectic. The Public Beach is really a public resort though, so it’s nice and you shouldn’t hesitate to visit it. There are other less well-maintained beaches walkable from the Public Beach if you are really on a shoestring budget. Costs for visiting the most common things to do include: Mount Nebo (1 JD) and Bethany Beyond the Jordan (12 JD). If you’ve rented a car, then you can visit the salty shorelines for free!
Jordan has significantly different vibes than other places in the region and you can absolutely travel here safely. At the Dead Sea, the main concern is that you’re off the public beaches by dark.
Welcome to Amman. Our representative will meet you at the arrivals gate, will help you through airport formalities, later our driver will meet you and transfer you to Petra overnight.
After breakfast, to Jordan’s crown jewel and traveler’s ultimate destination, the ancient lost city of Petra! The Nabateans carved this city in stone with simple tools 1500 years ago, and nothing will prepare you for the beauty and the sheer size of Al Khazna! Mark my words when it starts peeking at you by the end of the Siq (the pathway to Petra)!
After our visit, We later proceed for a 90 minutes drive to Wadi Rum! The valley of the moon, we arrive to the camp (and we bet you’re hungry by then) for a Bedouin specialty dinner: ZARB. What’s that you may ask? Well, it’s a mix of meat like lamb and chicken, rice, potatoes and carrots, placed in a hole in the ground, which is filled with flaming coals. The hole is then covered, and after a few hours, the meat and rice are all smoked, steamed, and grilled, all at the same time!
After dinner, you can enjoy a night of stargazing since there is no light pollution in the area. Overnight in your camp in Wadi Rum.
After breakfast, we go to the visitors centre to take a jeep adventure in Wadi Rum for 2 hours exploring the Martian-like terrain, we are later transferred to the Dead Sea (3 hours drive) for the rest of day by the beach. Overnight in the Dead Sea.
Free day by the Dead Sea beach.
Your Jordan trip ends here. You will be transferred to the airport with assistance and with a lot of memories of happiness.