Enjoy a jaunt through Jordan

Petra -
One of the outstanding highlights of Petra is the amazing Ad Deir, or "The Monastery."

Siq -
The Siq is the main entrance to Al Khazneh ("The Treasury"), another one of Petra's ancient emblematic buildings.

Al Khazneh -
Petra's famous Al Khazneh is breathtaking at any time, but look what happens after dark!

Royal Tombs - The Royal Tombs, overlooking the center of Petra, are the most impressive burial places in the region.

High Place of Sacrifice -
Hike up to the High Place of Sacrifice, located above Petra at the top of Jebel Mountain.

Jordan Museum -
The 'Ain Ghazal statues are some of the oldest-surviving figurine statues ever made by human civilization.

Jerash -
Jordan’s largest and most compelling Roman site is the ruined city of Jerash. 

Jerash -
The Arch of Hadrian, built in 129 CE in honor of the visit by Emperor Hadrian, is another extraordinary archaeological feature of the ancient city.

Wadi Rum -
The destination is also known for its amazing petroglyphs etched into the cave walls and dating back to the 8th century BCE. 

Camping in the Red Desert -
Forget about hotels. Instead, camp out in the desert under the magical Milky Way for a truly memorable Arabian night.

Memorial Church of Moses -
Perched at the top of Mount Nebo is the Memorial Church of Moses.

Dead Sea -
Taking a dip in the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, is a highlight for many traveling through Jordan.

Red Sea -
Looking for a beach holiday in Jordan? Unwind in sunkissed Aqaba on the Red Sea, known for its golden beaches and fantastic watersports facilities. 

Amman -
Amman’s Roman Theater was built around 100 CE and had a capacity for 6,000 attendees.

Amman -
Crowning a hill in the capital is the Citadel, the site of ancient Rabbath Ammon and occupied since the Bronze Age.

Amman -
Located on the Citadel Hill are the ruins of the Umayyad Palace, which dates back to around 720 CE, and the Temple of Hercules (pictured).

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