Petra, Jerash, and the Dead Sea are some of the most spectacular amman landmarks.
So what about visiting all of these places in just 4 days?
Enjoy our unique tour in Jordan , chill out on your back in the Dead Sea, and visit Jordan’s ancient ruins. Explore the colonnaded street, the Oval Plaza, and the Nymphaeum, along with the Roman temple of Artemis in Jerash, the best example of a Roman provincial city in the whole Middle East.
Continue to the legendary “Rose City,” Petra, built in the 6th century B.C. by Nabataean Arabs. The city boasts beautiful facades, gracefully-carved into the mountainsides of the Jordanian Desert.
Our professional guide will accompany you during the visits, explaining the history of these prominent destinations. Our tour includes accommodation, meals, transfers, and much more.
Amman International airport
4 days & 3 nights
On day 1, our representative will assist you at Amman International Airport. After that, you will be transferred to your hotel in Amman via a private air-conditioned vehicle for the check-in. Upon your arrival at the hotel, he will assist with the check-in and give you detailed information concerning tomorrow’s trip. You will spend the night in Amman.
Enjoy Your Welcome Drink
On day 2, after having breakfast, we will head towards the foothills of Gilead Mountain to visit Jerash, the ancient city of the Roman Empire. It is one of the largest and well-preserved sites of Roman architecture outside of Italy, with the grandeur of the colonnaded street, Oval Plaza, the Nymphaeum, and the Temple of Artemis.
Afterward, we will drive towards the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, famous for its rich minerals that have medicinal properties. Acting as a health spa, the mineral concentration in the mud is used for therapeutic and beauty treatments. In fact, Queen Cleopatra and Sheba both were said to have known the value of the site and used it. Due to too high salinity, the water doesn’t bear any form of life, and hence the name. Put on some mud, relax in the salty water, and float on your back. Just don’t dunk your head! Finally, we will head back to Amman to spend the night.
On day 3, after having breakfast, we will start our 2.5-hour drive to visit the spectacular city of Petra, Jordan’s memorable attraction.
The ancient desert city was built in the 6th century B.C. by the Nabataean Arabs, leaving a striking landscape of cultural and historical significance. The city boasts beautiful facades, gracefully carved directly into the mountainsides of the Jordanian Desert. At the end of the path, after the last graceful turn of the Siq gorge, the most impressive structure of Petra appears in all its splendor – Al-Khazna, which never revealed the secret of its purpose to researchers and historians who still ask the question: “How did the ancients manage to create such a structure, if today it is impossible even with the help of modern technologies? ” Further, the canyon expands, and we walk to the city center, surrounded by hundreds of buildings carved into the rocks, majestic temples, royal tombs, festive halls, water channels and reservoirs, baths, staircases going upwards, places of worship, shops, arches, public buildings and streets. We will see an amphitheater carved out of stone that can accommodate 3,000 spectators. Indeed, all of this is worthy of one of the wonders of the World.
After the sightseeing, we will make our way back through Siq to the local restaurant for lunch before returning to Amman for overnight.
On the last day, after having breakfast, you will be transferred to Amman Airport to catch your flight, according to the scheduled transfer.