Welcome to the Middle East’s most celebrated, easy going country, where smiles, generosity, Levantine flavors, and historical ruins are there to accompany you through your magic ride in an oriental gem.
The ancient city of Jerash beholds numerous Roman attractions; Colonnaded Street serves as the most known and celebrated. Still maintaining its original stone paving, the Cordo was once the focal point of the ancient city.
Ajlun is the city of natural and historical fusion, where its timeless historical fortress and its rare wildlife can be appreciated. Ajlun Castle dominates a giant hilltop, which back in the day took benefit of its position as protector of the commercial trade routes passing by to Syria.
Surprisingly, the rose-city has much more to offer, and tribute must be paid to Petra‘s most iconic monument, Al-Khazheh or the Treasury. This signature jaw-dropping sight will meet you the moment you finish walking through the 1200-meter Al-Siq.
The Dead Sea is the lowest point of dry land. Known for its highly salty waters, it will lift you easily without the fear of drowning or attempts to swim. Visitors of both local and international nationalities seek the Dead Sea for its mineral-rich mud, known for its therapeutical and cosmetic miracles. This mud is being sold for mind-blowing prices among imported goods, and it might not even contain the real ingredients. Don’t get it in your eyes, though!
Located just along the Jordan River and filled with date, banana, and tropical fruit farmers, visiting Al-Ghor is a refreshing way to explore a colorful and rather-humid side of Jordan. Enjoy the fresh-plucked fruits offered to you by the farmers and citizens as a welcome gift.
Mentioned in ancient religious tradition as the mountain from which Moses saw the Promised Land, Mount Nebo is an elevated ridge from Madaba city overshadowing the sacred land of Palestine and the Dead Sea. Search for Moses’ staff just at the end of the last staircase for the perfect view.
When feeling weary, the Ma’in Hot Springs are your perfect remedy. The sight is centered between Madaba and the Dead Sea. Indulge in the hot, mineral waters and enjoy the breeze of nature. For a night’s stay, check in the Ma’in Hot Springs Spa & Resort for further pampering.
Al-Maghtas, translating to “the place of Bapstism,” is an international treasure and attraction. The site is known as “Bethany Beyond the Jordan,” and it is a yearly gathering of Christians during their pilgrimage season.
Jabal Al Lweibdeh is a small, yet trendy neighborhood located on one of the seven hills of Amman. It is a main attraction for expatriates and locals. Filled with old shops dating back to the establishment of Amman city, it is becoming more modern by the day with the numerous cafés and pubs opening their doors to newcomers, but is still holding on to the unique and soothing air of Jabal Al Lweibdeh.