One of the most elegant remains and visually stunning archaeological sites in the ancient world, hidden behind an almost impenetrable barrier of rugged mountains, boast incomparable scenes that make it the most majestic and imposing ancient site still standing nowadays. Petra is amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. Take a walk along the 1.5 KM-Long Siq and gaze upon the grandiose Treasury, an architectural marvel carved out of solid rock and standing over 40 meters high.
Also called the Salt Lake is one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the whole world. The Dead Sea is the only place in the world that combines it all; year-round moderate weather, an enriched oxygen atmosphere, therapeutic UVB solar radiation (the safest place to suntan), a mineral rich salt sea, world famous mineral black mud, thermo-mineral hot springs and world class spas. Simply put the best place in the world to pamper your body and soul and experience a world of serenity and awe.
The place where Moses viewed the Holy Land and is believed to have been buried. It is the most reserved holy site in Jordan and a place of pilgrimage for early Christians. Mount Nebo’s first church was built in the late fourth century to commemorate the end of Moses’ life. The church was subsequently expanded in the 5th and 6th centuries into the present day large basilica with its stunning collection of Byzantine mosaics. A site full of history and spirituality.
Dana Nature Reserve is compose of a chain of valleys and mountains where its visitors are awed by the beauty of Rummana Mountain, the mystery of the ancient archaeological ruins of Feynan, the timeless serenity of Dana Village, and the grandeur of the red and white sandstone cliffs of Wadi Dana.
The sea in the Gulf of Aqaba is almost invariably calm with temperatures varying between 19/20 C in winter and 26 C in summer. All diving is shore based as Aqaba offers fringing reef which commences at the shoreline.
Also known as the “The city of Mosaics “ is an ancient town of Jordanian Plateau, which was resettled by Christian Arab tribes form the Karak region in 1880 AD. Madaba’s real masterpiece, in the Orthodox church of Saint George, is the 6th century AD mosaic map. Surrender your eyes to the fine detailed mosaic art of the church depicting Jerusalem and the Holy Land.
The baptism site at the Jordan River is one of the most important recent discoveries in biblical archeology. The area known as Wadi Kharar is believed to be where John the Baptist lived and Jesus Christ was baptized. It was here that Jesus first prayed to god and gathered his first disciples.
Take a journey 2,000 years back in time with a visit to the ruins of this impressive amphitheatre.
A variety of well-preserved and accessible set of ruins with a full-sized hippodrome, two theatres, and some Christian churches with great mosaics inside.
This archaeological landmark features remnants from various cultures.
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