14 day tour
From € 1066,-
- Float on the Dead Sea
- Spend the night at a Bedouin campsite
- Relax at the end of your trip in the coastal town of Aqaba
This tour will take you past all the highlights at a very relaxed pace. You’ll visit ancient cities and forts, national parks and the coastline, and discover the colourful underwater world of the Red Sea. There’ll be plenty of chance for both adventure and relaxation on this trip that will take you to one of the Seven World Wonders in Petra and will give you the chance to sleep under the star-studded desert sky.
14 day tour of Jordan:
Route: Amman – Jerash – Ajloun – Mount Nebo – Madaba – Wadi Mujib – Dead Sea – Madaba – Kerak – Dana National Park – Little Petra – Petra – Wadi Rum – Aqaba – Amman
Day 01 – Arrive in Amman
We’ll arrange for a transfer service to bring your from the airport to your hotel in Amman. Spend the afternoon strolling around the city, or relax after a long journey. You’ll get a another chance to explore Amman at the end of your trip.
Day 02 – Amman – Jerash – Ajloun
Leave Amman after brekfast and travel through rolling hills filled with olive and orange groves to Jerash. Jerash is one of the best preserved cities of on the eastern frontier of the Roman Empire. After lunch, continue to the village of Ajlun to visit its fortress to enjoy the magnificent view to Jordan Valley. Spend the night in Ajloun Lodge.
Day 03 – Ajloun – Mount Nebo – Madaba
Travel today to Mount Nebo; the spot where Moses is claimed to have looked over the promised land. Continue your trip to Madaba. Madaba is a small city originating in Biblical times, and home to famous Byzantine floor mosaics. Its most famous sight is the 6th century map of Biblical places.
Day 04 – Madaba – Wadi Mujib and Dead Sea
Today’s travels will take you to two very special places. First off, go on a trek through Jordan’s “Grand Canyon”, the Wadi Mujib. Afterwards, enjoy relaxing and floating on the salty water of the Dead Sea, the lowest place on Earth. Return to Madaba at the end of the day.
Day 05 – Madaba – Kerak – Dana National Park
Today’s travels will take you on the centuries’ old King’s Highway. After a stopover in Kerak, a 12th century crusaders’ castle, you’ll continue the drive alongside mountains and ravines. The final destination today is Dana National Park, situated in a rift valley.
Day 06 – Dana National Park
Spend the day exploring Dana National Park. Dana is the biggest nature reserve in Jordan, and is home to reptiles, wolfs and even lynx cats.
Day 7 – Dana to Little Petra
Travel to Little Petra today, located just a short distance from Dana. Little Petra (as the name suggests), is a smaller version of Petra. Just like Petra, it’s location is hidden behind rocks, and it has many sights similar to that of its ‘big sister’ –but with fewer crowds. Spend the night in a tent.
Day 08 – Little Petra to Petra
After breakfast, spend about 3 hours hiking to Petra, one of the Seven World Wonders. The city is hidden behind a giant rock formation, so the hike is mostly uphill. Petra descended into decay between the 5th and 19th centuries, but has been rediscovered and became very popular since. Walk alongside its rock-face buildings and leave at the end of the day through the Siq Ravine.
Day 09 – Petra – Wadi Rum
Continue your trip today to Wadi Rum to enjoy the landscape of this magical desert. Dinner and overnight stay in a Bedouin camp, or with a Bedouin Family.
Day 10 – Wadi Rum
The Wadi Rum desert is large and impressive, and warrants another night’s stay. Choose to go on a camel ride through the desert, or get to know more about the Bedouins and their way of life.
Day 11 – Wadi Rum to Aqaba
Say goodbye to the Wadi Rum and travel on to Aqaba on the Red Sea, where you’ll have a choice of shopping, fishing, windsurfing, swimming, diving, and various other seaside activities.
Day 12 – Aqaba
Spend the day exploring and relaxing in Aqaba, or choose for an optional boat trip through the region. Leave from the harbor in search of gorgeous diving spots, and enjoy a barbeque lunch on board.
Day 13 – Aqaba – Madaba
Today you will travel back to Madaba (approx. 4 hours). You’ll have plenty of time to explore the city in the afternoon. You can see old Byzantine mosaic floors or view the 6th-century map of Biblical places, possibly the most well-known attraction in Madaba. In the evening, you can enjoy a meal at Haret Jdoudna, a restaurant located in a beautiful historic building that is popular with both locals and tourists alike.
Day 14 – Departure from Madaba / Return home
A transfer service will take you from your hotel to the airport, in plenty of time to catch your flight home.
|Travel duration Amazing Jordan||14 days/13 nights|
|Travel costs Amazing Jordan||Based on 2 persons travelling in low season|
|Including||Overnight stay with breakfast, local transportation, guide in Little Petra and Petra, entrance to the Dead Sea, camel ride in Wadi Rum, free visa on arrival valued at 40JOD (about €45/$56) for all non-restricted nationalities|
|Excluding||International & internal flights, entrance fees, optional tours/excursions, personal expenses, booking fee|
|Accommodation Jordan||Overnight stay in a double room, 3 overnight stays in a Bedouin tent|
|Flights||At Better Places Travel, you book your own international flights. Your travel expert will gladly advise you on the best option. Read here for more information and tips.|
This information is based on the above mentioned travel suggestion. All our tours are completely personalized, and costs will vary depending on availability, travel period, number and age of travellers, etc. Elena would be happy to help you design your ideal travel experience.
Please note that for our trips to Jordan you do not need to apply for a visa. You will receive a free Visa on Arrival at the border. Since your trip is organized by a local travel organization, you do not need to pay the usual cost of 40 JOD (about €45/$56). This concerns all non-restricted nationalities (all European nationalities, US, Australia and many others).