A magnificent Arab nation on the east bank of the Jordan River, Jordan has appealed visitors from around the world for centuries with the wonderful Heritage Sites, alluring desert landscapes and friendly towns. Stands out as the home to approximately 125 thousand registered archaeological sites, Jordan is quickly emerging as a must-visit holiday destination for the Red Rose City of Petra, the Dead Sea, the Aqaba Gulf, Amman and much more.
Though there are so many sights to choose for Jordan group tours, you shouldn’t miss out following highlights:
1. Amman –
The capital city of Jordan – Amman reflects contrasts with a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary culture. While the old parts of the city still keeps the history, the new city has luxurious hotels, restaurants, art galleries, modern buildings and boutiques. While making Jordan group tours, you should discover the two of the best sights in Amman are the Citadel – stands out the home to military and religious artifacts and the Theatre – boats seating facilities for 6000 and still in use currently.
2. Petra –
Petra – the sightseeing wonder and World Heritage Site is the most precious treasure and greatest tourist attraction in Jordan. It’s a huge city, carved into the sheer rock face by the Nabataeans – the industrious Arab people settled here over 2000 years ago, converting it into an important junction for the spice, silk and other trade routes that connected India, southern Arabia and China with Syria, Egypt, Rome and Greece. For your group tours in Jordan, visiting Treasury – a 40m high building with columns carved into the rock face is must in Petra.
3. Dead Sea –
Another must-have touristic feature for Jordan group tours, Dead Sea is the lowest elevation lake located in Jordan. Situated around 400m below sea level. Hyper saline nature of water makes swimming easy, and the mineral-rich black mud is used for therapeutic and cosmetic treatments at various nearby resorts. The surrounding desert also has many oases and historic sites. However, the water of Dead Sea is warm during winter; so visiting here on Jordan group tours can be perfect.
4. Aqaba –
Based on the northern shores of the Red Sea, Aqaba is an interesting destination. In fact, Aqaba is the only port in Jordan and is neighbored by Egypt, Israel and Saudi Arabia. The most appealing aspect of Aqaba from a travel point is the coral reefs of the Red Sea. If you love diving and snorkeling, you can consider a visit to Aqaba on Jordan group tours.
5. Wadi Rum –
No Jordan group tours can be complete without a trip to Wadi Rum. It’s a protected area covering 720 square kilometers of dramatic desert wilderness in the southernmost part of Jordan. You’ll find here the huge mountains of sandstone and granite emerging sheer-sided, narrow canyons and fissures cutting deep into the mountains and much more. Besides, Bedouin tribes live among the mountains and their large goat-hair tents are the special feature of the landscape. If you want to enjoy the attractions of Wadi Rum on Jordan group tours, there are so many ways available – like jeep, camel, hiking tours and even you can stay overnight in a Bedouin tent and gaze yourself underneath the starry sky.
Do you find something interesting among above sightings in Jordan? If yes, book Jordan group tours with Jordan Private Tours & Travel. Rest assured that, we will enhance your travel experience and help you enjoy unforgettable holiday. Please feel free to check out our TripAdvisor reviews beforehand and let us design your Jordan group tour itinerary to get the most out of your once-in-a-lifetime holiday in Jordan!