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Wander in Ancient Jordan

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Amman, Jerash, Petra, Wadi Rum
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6 Days

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1 - 6 people



About this tour

Enjoy a 6-day itinerary discovering the ancient Jordan highlights and Roman ruins. Visit the rose-red city of Petra which is the biggest attraction in Jordan; Jerash, situated in the foothills of the mountain of Gilead, the ancient city is reminiscent of the Roman Empire; Ajloun, Mount Nebo, and Madaba, where you will see the famous 4th-century Byzantine mosaic map of Israel inside the Greek Church, George; and float in the salty water of the Dead Sea. 

Free Cancellation :

You can easily cancel this tour based on the policies mentioned in the following sections down below. 

Tailor-Made :

You can fully customize your tour. Add or reduce days to it, change the route or services, tailored to your needs.

Need a piece of professional advice?

Contact Banafsheh, our Jordan travel specialist, who can help you plan your ideal trip. Feel free to contact her on WhatsApp.



Day 1: Arrival to Amman

Arrive in Amman, the capital of Jordan, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Once you have passed through Immigration and Customs at Queen Alia International Airport, your English-speaking driver will meet and assist you before transferring you to your Amman hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel, he will do your check-in and give you detailed information concerning your tomorrow’s trip.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Olive Hotel or Similar

Day 2: Amman – Umm Qais – Jerash – Amman

After breakfast, drive to the far north of Jordan to Umm Qais with its spectacular panoramic views over the Sea of Galilee. Then, you will be transferred north to Jerash, situated in the foothills of the mountain of Gilead, the ancient city reminiscent of the Roman Empire. With your guide enjoy a 2-hour walking tour through the ruins of this city, entering through Hadrian’s Arch and visiting the Hippodrome, Temple of Zeus, Roman Theaters, Temple of Artemis, colonnaded streets, and more. we'll return to Jordan in the afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Olive Hotel or Similar

Day 3: Amman  – Petra

An early breakfast this morning ready for a prompt departure to Madaba - a town with a strong Christian heritage and aptly dubbed the 'City of Mosaics'. Descend to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, some 420 meters below sea level, where you can float in the Dead Sea waters. Enjoy a buffet lunch at a hotel resort by the sea before continuing our journey. Our packed day of sightseeing ends with a short drive to Petra - without doubt, Jordan's most valuable treasure. But first, we'll visit the famous Crusader Castle built in 1115 by King Baldwin I of Jerusalem en route.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Petra Guest House Hotel  or Similar

Day 4: Petra

After breakfast drive about 2.5 hours to the rose-red City of Petra, Jordan’s most famous attraction. Walk the 1.2km long Siq (chasm) passing shrines, tombs and carvings before exiting to the breathtaking sight of the Treasury. Walk the Street of Facades, passing the Roman Theatre to reach the Royal Tombs. See the Byzantine Church, Temple of the Winged Lions, and Great Temple. At the museum, your tour ends. Petra is excellent for photography and the best time to take pictures is late afternoon, as this is when the angled sun highlights and enhances the natural red, pink, and orange colors of the rocks. So you'll have free time to enjoy walking and exploring by yourself.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Petra Guest House Hotel  or Similar

Day 5: Petra – Wadi Rum

After breakfast, Drive southwards in the morning to Wadi Rum, a moonscape terrain of ancient river beds, wind-sculpted mountains, vast desert vistas, and smooth, pastel-colored sands. En route, We'll visit al-Barid (Little Petra) where the caravans used to rest on the fertile plains before entering Petra or heading away on one of the trade routes. In Wadi Rum, you'll freshen up at your campsite before climbing into the back of a 4×4 Jeep for a 2-3 hour tour. This afternoon we have the chance to experience a camel ride and learn about this precious alliance between the dromedary and the nomads. After sunset, we enjoy the Bedouin hospitality around the campfire under a blanket of stars, a great setting to share stories while sipping mint and sage tea. You'll also enjoy a BBQ dinner under a sky full of stars.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Captain Desert Camp or Similar

Day 6: Wadi Rum – Amman - Departure

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Amman. There are no activities planned today, so you are free to depart from Amman at any time.

Meals: Breakfast


  • Meet & Greet at Airport
  • Modern air-conditioned vehicle
  • English speaking driver
  • Local English-speaking guide in Jerash (2 hrs)
  • Local English-speaking guide in Petra (3-4 hours)
  • 4×4 Jeep tour in Wadi Rum (2 hrs)
  • Accommodation and meal plans selected
  • All service charges and taxes
  • Jordan entry visa
  • Lunches (except Dead Sea)
  • Tipping of driver/guides
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Entrance fees

Payment & Cancellation Policy

  • Booking Date: 30% deposit on the booking date
  • The rest can be paid two weeks prior to the start
  • In case of booking the tour 14 days prior to the start, the entire tour fee should be paid.
  • Free cancelation up to two weeks before the arrival date.
  • 30% penalty for 14 to 5 days before the start date.
  • The tour will be non-refundable after five days before the start date.

Frequently asked questions

Most likely, yes. Some travelers can obtain a visa on arrival (no longer available at the Wadi Araba border crossing). It is best to check the Jordan Tourism Board’s visa info page to determine if citizens of your country need to obtain a visa before arrival or if you can get one on arrival.

Jordanians are known for their warm hospitality, making Jordan not only a safe place to visit, but also extremely welcoming. Although there is unrest in other areas of the Middle East, Jordan is peaceful and often referred to as “the quiet house in the noisy neighborhood.” Of course, you should still take the usual precautions you’d take most anywhere you travel in the world: Leave the expensive jewelry at home, don’t flash wads of money, keep your valuables close by or locked in a safe, and don’t wander off alone at night. If you are traveling to the northern part of Jordan, be aware that you may be asked to show your passport at checkpoints and should not attempt to cross the border. The Syrian border crossings are currently closed and you will not be permitted near them (as of writing this in early 2018).

Absolutely! Jordanians tend to be very family-oriented, so children are welcome in most places. You can find more details on family travel in this article.

While you can visit Jordan any time of year, spring (March-May) or fall (September - October, though September and October can still be hot) are likely to be the most comfortable weather-wise. Summer can be unbearably hot and winter can be quite cold and rainy with shorter days and less light. If spring or fall travel isn’t possible, summer is the next best option — more sunlight means more hours to explore.

It depends. If you are on a budget, you can find affordable local meals — like a falafel sandwich — for a couple of dinars or less, and stay in budget accommodations, like hostels in Amman and Bedouin camps in Wadi Rum for around $20-30 per night. If you’d prefer more upscale dining options and creature comforts, you will find an array of restaurant options with extensive local and international menus in Amman. Luxury hotels in Amman, Dead Sea, Petra, and Aqaba run around $100-$300+ per night. There are mid-range options and lovely boutique hotels for around $100 per night. Whether you are traveling on a budget or planning to indulge, keep in mind that the typical cost per day for a tour is about $125-300.

Visitors to Jordan tend to travel by car — either self-driving a rented car or hiring a car and driver. Public transportation in Jordan can be unreliable and there are no trains. If renting a car, keep in mind that driving in Jordan may be quite different from driving at home. Drivers tend to be aggressive. In many places, there are no lines on the road, and even if they exist, people often ignore them. Road signs are not always posted and GPS may not be accurate. If you find driving in Jordan exhausting, ask our specialists about booking you a driver and guide so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the spectacular scenery. If you are traveling from Amman to Wadi Rum or Aqaba, you may consider a domestic flight from Queen Alia International Airport in Amman to King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba.

The Jordanian dinar (JD). One JD is approximately 1.4 USD (as of early 2018).

Bulk discount (by percent)

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 1 Pax 1 1 0
2 2 Pax 2 2 46.18644068%
3 3 Pax 3 3 55.36723164%
4 4 Pax 4 4 61.86440678%
5 5 Pax 5 5 64.3220339%
6 6 Pax 6 6 67.37288136%


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