6 Reasons You Should Visit Jordan NOW 02/09/2019

As if you needed more reasons to plan your next visit, here's our top 6 for why Jordan belongs high on your travel bucket list. Jordan is much more than just dessert and sand. Jordan really does have something for everyone! Get yourself over there and see how amazing this part of the world really is.


There’s a saying that goes “growing up in Jordan is a master class in hospitality,” and it is really true. Jordanians are decent, honest, respectful and friendly. They will welcome you into their homes and lives, making you feel like family. Jordanians love guests and tourists share their culture and country.


The lost city of Jordan, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World... A tour of Petra is on everyone’s bucket list, everyone who sees Petra for the first time is affected in exactly the same way. It’s simply awe-inspiring.
Walking though the beautiful canyon nature “the Siq”, has carved into the surrounding cliffs, and seeing the Treasury slowly unveil itself from behind a rock, almost as if shy, is a memory that will stick with you forever.



Wadi Rum, Jordan is a beautiful area of desert dunes and moonscape red rocks that rise into blue skies. It is also known as The Valley of the Moon. Wadi Rum has been used as a filming location in 'Lawrence of Arabia', 'Prometheus', 'The Martian' and many other movies.
Jeep safari tour is one of the activities that you can do in Wadi Rum. You will see the amazing landscape, rock paintings, the Martian Camps, the house of Lawrence of Arabia, camels, enjoying the magical sunset and more.



The Jordanian food influences from North Africa, the Middle East, Persia, and the Mediterranean. There are a wide variety of techniques used in Jordanian cuisine ranging from baking, sautéeing and grilling to stuffing of vegetables (carrots, leafy greens, eggplants, etc.), meat (which in Jordan refers to a mixture of lamb, beef, and sometimes goat), and poultry. Also common in Jordanian cuisine is roasting or preparing foods with special sauces.


There is evidence of human activity in Jordan that dates back to the Palaeolithic period. That’s 90,000 BC, if you were wondering.

Jordan has a rich and old history with many civilizations going back to ancient times. Here are some of Historical sites:

JERASH is one of the world’s best preserved ancient Roman sites.

UMM QAIS Present day Umm Qais has within it the remains of one of the ancient Decapolis cities, the Greco-Roman settlement of Gadara.

QASR AMRA is an eighth century desert castle in the Jordanian desert.

CHURCH OF SAINT GEORGE This early Byzantine church in Madaba, Jordan holds the famous Madaba Map of the Middle East.

KERAK CASTLE is an impressive 12th century Crusader-era fortification located to the south of Amman, Jordan,


When you visit Jordan, you don’t want to miss the world renowned Dead Sea. The Dead Sea (really a large salt lake) is the lowest point on earth (400m below sea level), known for its super-salty water that makes floating effortless and for its mineral-rich mud that is used in cosmetic treatments all over the world. A day at the day at the Dead Sea is like a day in paradise! Here you can treat yourself like royalty.

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