Discover a lesser-known side of Jordan. On this nine-day journey, you’ll trek through rust-coloured mountains, snorkel in the Red Sea and wild camp under the stars. But not before the chance to sample street food, taste local wines and explore the old city ruins in Amman. You’ll leave the capital behind to summit Mount Haron at sunrise and hike through the red-rock canyons of Petra: from the Siq to the monastery. Enjoy an Arab cooking class, stay with a Bedouin family and soak your weary limbs in the purifying waters of the Dead Sea. Avid adventurers, this trip is made for you.
The rooftop pool, suspended high above the Amman rooftops, is a real highlight at this boutique hotel. Sleep off your jetlag in a comfortable plush room with floor-to-ceiling windows allowing natural light to flood in. End the day with a nightcap at the open-air bar.
Sleep inside a traditional desert tent at this authentic Bedouin camp, complete with proper beds and shared bathrooms. The restaurant serves traditional Arab feasts and breakfasts. Outside, you’ll find a garden and illuminated terrace, plus a seated fire pit area.
Tonight, you’ll be wild camping in the foothills of Mount Haron, the highest mountain in Petra. Wake up before the sunrise to climb to the summit, 1,350m (4,429ft) above sea level.
This old-world hotel sits within the Nabatean village in Wadi Musa, where residents lived until the mid-1970s. All 136 rooms and suites centre around a series of small courtyards and gardens with mountain views. There's also a sauna, indoor pool and sun-soaked terrace.
Enjoy the legendary hospitality of the Bedouin people at this desert campsite. You’ll spend the night sleeping in tents under the stars, at the base of the red rock mountains of Wadi Rum. Make sure you bring your own sleeping bag.
Sink your toes into the private sandy beach, just in front of the InterContinental Aqaba. This luxury resort occupies a prime position on Jordan’s Red Sea. Plush rooms include sea view balconies as standard. Head down to the circular beachfront bar for sundowners and nibbles.
Mujib Chalet Village sits on the shores of the Madash peninsula with uninterrupted views of the Dead Sea. Chalets are modern and comfortable with twin rooms, shady sun terraces and private bathrooms. They are a short distance from the entrance to the Mujib canyon.