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Jordan Tours and Trips 2018/2019

Jordan Tours and Trips 2018/2019

88 trips through Jordan with 669 reviews

Tour this ancient Holy Land and you will see the incredible ruins of the lost city of Petra, take a trip to Mt Nebo where Moses is said to have seen ‘the promised land’ and visit Wadi Rum and overnight with the Bedouin inhabitants. Try floating in the famous Dead Sea or visit the cosmopolitan Amman.

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  • Marvel at the incredibly preserved, ancient Roman city of Jerash.
  • Spend the night in a Bedouin camp. These nomadic desert dwellers have inhabited the region for thousands of years.
  • Imagine a city being hidden for centuries underneath desert sands. Petra will leave you speechless.
  • Hang on tight as you fly across the desert sands on a thrilling 4x4 jeep tour.
  • Spend the afternoon floating effortlessly in the Dead Sea and slathering yourself with its therapeutic mud.
  • Canoe through a sandstone gorge to a spectacular 20 metre waterfall. Take a dip in the clear rock pools.
  • Cycle to the village of Mukawir where you’ll be welcomed by a local family for lunch.
  • Spend a day snorkelling or relaxing on the beach in the Red Sea resort city of Aqaba.


  • The official language of Jordan is Arabic. English is spoken in tourist areas.
  • The currency of Jordan is the dinar. ATM’s are easy to find in tourist areas. Credit cards aren’t widely accepted.
    Keep some cash on hand.
  • Tipping around 10-15% is common for good service.
  • Don’t leave without a traditional Jordanian head scarf, skin products from the dead sea and a decorated sand bottle.
  • Jordan is conservative at heart. Keep modesty in mind with regards to clothes.
  • Be sure to try a tasty Zarb barbecue. Play it safe and stick to bottled water.
  • It is considered polite to refuse a meal three times before accepting it.
  • Avoid giving the gesture for “ok”. Putting your thumb and index fingers together and raising the other three is a threatening gesture.

Jordan Tours and Trips 2018/2019 Reviews