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Jordan Cultural Experience



Day 1: Arrival in Amman

Arrive in Amman, the capital city of Jordan. Check into a hotel in Amman. Explore downtown Amman, visit the Roman Theatre, and stroll through the lively markets.

Roman Theatre

Roman Theatre of Amman is a 6,000-seat, 2nd-century Roman theatre. A famous landmark in the Jordanian capital, it dates back to the Roman period when the city was known as Philadelphia. it served mainly as a venue for musical performances.

Amman

Amman, the capital of Jordan, is a modern city with numerous ancient ruins. Atop Jabal al-Qala’a hill, the historic Citadel includes the pillars of the Roman Temple of Hercules and the 8th-century Umayyad Palace complex, known for its grand dome. Built into a different downtown hillside, the Roman Theater is a 6,000-capacity, 2nd-century stone amphitheater offering occasional events.

Cost: $100 (accommodation), $30 (meals and transportation)




Day 2: Jerash and Ajloun Castle

Visit the ancient Roman city of Jerash, known for its well-preserved ruins. Explore Ajloun Castle, a 12th-century Islamic fortress offering panoramic views. Return to Amman for dinner.

Jerash

Jerash is a city in Jordan, north of the capital Amman. Inhabited since the Bronze Age, it’s known for the ruins of the walled Greco-Roman settlement of Gerasa just outside the modern city. These include the 2nd-century Hadrian’s Arch, the Corinthian columns of the Temple of Artemis and the huge Forum’s oval colonnade. The Jerash Archaeological Museum displays artifacts excavated from the site.

Ajloun Castle

Ajloun Castle, medieval name Qalʻat ar-Rabad, is a 12th-century Muslim castle situated in northwestern Jordan. It is placed on a hilltop belonging to the Mount Ajloun district, also known as Jabal 'Auf after a Bedouin tribe which had captured the area in the 12th century.

Cost: $80 (entrance fees and transportation), $30 (meals)




Day 3: Dead Sea

Drive to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth. Float in the mineral-rich waters and enjoy the therapeutic mud. Relax at a Dead Sea resort and indulge in spa treatments.

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, also known by other names, is a landlocked salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Israel to the west. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan River. The Dead Sea is special because it is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world and has a very high mineral content. The high salt and mineral content make the water extremely buoyant, allowing people to float easily.

Cost: $120 (transportation and resort day pass), $50 (spa treatments)




Day 4: Petra

Journey to Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Explore the ancient city carved into rose-red cliffs, including the iconic Treasury and Monastery. Optional: Hike to the High Place of Sacrifice for breathtaking views.

Petra

Petra is a famous archaeological site in Jordan's southwestern desert. Dating to around 300 B.C., it was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom. Accessed via a narrow canyon called Al Siq, it contains tombs and temples carved into pink sandstone cliffs, earning its nickname, the "Rose City." Perhaps its most famous structure is 45m-high Al Khazneh, a temple with an ornate, Greek-style facade, and known as The Treasury.

Cost: $150 (entrance fee and transportation), $50 (meals)




Day 5: Wadi Rum

Embark on a jeep safari tour of Wadi Rum, a stunning desert landscape featured in many films. Enjoy a traditional Bedouin lunch and experience Bedouin hospitality.

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum known also as the Valley of the Moon is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rock in southern Jordan, near the border with Saudi Arabia and about 60 km (37 mi) to the east of the city of Aqaba. With an area of 720 km2 (280 sq mi) it is the largest wadi (river valley) in Jordan.Several prehistoric civilizations left petroglyphs, rock inscriptions and ruins in Wadi Rum. Today it is a tourist attraction, offering guided tours, hiking and rock climbing. The Wadi Rum Protected Area has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2011.


Optional: Camel ride or hot air balloon excursion.

Cost: $200 (safari tour and lunch), $50 (optional activities)


Day 6: Departure

Transfer to Amman for departure.
Cost: $50 (transportation)

Total Estimated Cost: $1080 per person.

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