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Embark on an unforgettable journey through the breathtaking landscapes of Jordan with our trekking programs. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural wonders as you traverse ancient trails, explore hidden gems, and connect with the warm hospitality of the region. Whether it's the rugged beauty of Petra, the lunar-like terrain of Wadi Rum, or the historic paths of the Desert Castles, our trekking adventures promise a perfect blend of adventure and discovery in the heart of the Middle East. Join us for an exhilarating experience where every step unveils the diverse beauty of Jordan's enchanting terrain.

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Trekking to Ancient Petra

09 Days of Adventure

Amman 1N / Fynan 1N / Wadi Araba 1N / Ras Al Feid 1N / Shkaret Msei’d 1N / Little Petra 1N / Dead Sea 2N

Day 1: Amman Airport - Amman hotel

Arrive to Amman Airport, meet & assist then transfer to your hotel in Amman (around 45 minutes) check in hotel & overnight.

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Day 2: Dana – Feinan Ruins 

Drive approx 3 hrs; trek approx 13 km / 7 – 8 hrs. After an early breakfast and detailed trip briefing, we drive south through a varied desert landscape to the small village of Dana. The village lies within a relatively new 320km² nature reserve of the same name. The park is very diverse, with mountains, vall eys, plateaux and desert, and is strikingly colourful. Our trek starts from the village, where we begin our descent along a twisting track to the desert floor (approx 250m above sea level). We pass through different eco-systems with varying flora and fauna, eventually reaching our campsite on the desert floor next to the ruins of Feinan, an ancient Byzantine church dating back to 4000 BC. 

Day 3: Feinan Ruins – Wadi Araba 

Trek approx. 18km / 8 – 9 hrs

We wake early and, after a good breakfast, load up the equipment and set off on our day’s trek. Our route today takes us across hamada, rough stony desert, with beautiful jagged mountains rising up to 1400m to the east. To the west and northwest, open desert descends towards the Dead Sea, which lies 400m below sea level. The morning’s route takes us around several small hills before we head out across open desert towards Wadi Barwaz, which lies at the foot of the mountains, for lunch. Wadi is the name given to a dried-up river bed or water course, a regular feature in this dry landscape.  After lunch and a brief rest we head south-west into the desert. We gradually descend towards Wadi Araba, first crossing hamada and then an area of small sand dunes. The views are awe-inspiring and we gain a true sense of the wonderful desert landscape. We camp again under amazingly clear, starry night skies.

Day 4: Wadi Araba – Ras Feid 

Trek approx. 14km / 8 – 9 hrs.

Today we leave the sand dunes behind us and head back into the mountains. We have a gradual ascent across the desert to Abu Sakakin, lying at the foot of the mountains. From here we start a steeper ascent across small boulders and rocks to the foot of a steep and twisty track. This track takes us high into the mountains: a particularly challenging section! This is a remote but beautiful region with spectacular views west into the desert. After a break for lunch, we continue up to the high saddle (720m), from where we have good views into the heart of these stunning mountains. We follow a steep, narrow track which winds its way down to the river valley; once on the valley floor our route takes us through the beautiful Sakakin canyon before making camp above the river at Ras Feid.

Day 5: Ras Feid – Shkaret Msei’d 

Trek approx. 18km / 8 – 9 hrs

We leave camp behind us and enjoy a pleasant walk back through the Sakakin canyon. Our route then becomes tougher as we gradually climb back up into the mountains. This trail is used by the Bedouin as they move their animals from the desert to the higher and cooler regions for the summer. The views are outstanding. Our track is tough, with some steep climbs and rocky descents, but the rewards are superb! Eventually we climb up to a pass, where we have tremendous views across the mountain range and the desert beyond, and to our day’s destination: Shkaret Msei’d. We descend to the river valley and continue along the valley floor to Shkaret Msei’d, where we make camp. This is a tough day in some challenging terrain.

Day 6: Shkaret Msei’d – Little Petra 

Trek approx 16 km / 8 hrs  

After another night sleeping under the stars, we head inland, away from the mountains and desert landscapes, towards the ancient site of Little Petra. Our route follows an undulating path through low-lying hills and a couple of small settlements before suddenly arriving amongst the simple rock-hewn temples and strange sandstone formations of the site itself. These ruins are some of the oldest in the Middle East, dating back 900  0 years, and will whet our appetite for the sights that await us tomorrow at Petra.

After touring the site, we will continue weaving our way through the valleys to our campsite set amongst the rock formations.

Day 7: Petra – Dead Sea 

Trek approx 18 km / 7 hrs; drive approx 4 hrs

Today is what we have all been waiting for: the trek into Petra itself! The huge tombs and buildings of Petra, carved out of the rock, are testament to the one-time wealth of the ancient capital of the Nabateans. The tr  ek takes us initially to the Monastery, an impressive carved building standing an immense 43m high and 50m wide. We continue on our guided trek to the centre of Petra, before heading around Jebel al-Khubtha and the amazing red-striped sandstone rocks to Wadi Mataha. We then walk through the As-Siq to see the Treasury, the most famous and impressive sight at Petra. A further half-hour trek back through the Siq takes us to our waiting transport, which whisks us off to the Dead Sea coast for two nights of relaxation and a hotel with showers and comfortable beds!

Day 8. Dead Sea

A full day to relax and enjoy the delights of the scenic Dead Sea coast. The Dead Sea is at least 8 times more salty than the ocean, and having a relaxing float in the salty waters is too good an opportunity to miss! We meet up again in the evening for a big celebration to mark our achievements.

Day 9: Dead Sea – Amman Airport

Drive to Amman for our return flight back.

Trekking Program

09 Days of Adventure

Dead Sea 1N / Rummana 1N / Feynan 1N / Petra 2N / Wadi Rum 2N / Madaba 1N

Day 1: Amman Airport - Dead Sea hotel

Meet and great up on arrival at Queen Alia International Airport, process visa to Jordan and pick your luggage. By Modern A/C buses drive to Dead Sea Express check in hotel and distribute room keys, delivering luggage to rooms. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 2: Dead Sea – Wadi Numera - Wadi numerah Rummna Campsite  

After Breakfast:  have free time till departure time and then we drive to visit, Wadi Hudeira-Numeira; is a small wadi that starts in one of the multiple springs coming from Kerak, running down to the Dead Sea. This one is running down to the Potash factory on the south of the Dead Sea. Its entrance from the Dead Sea is called the Water Petra, due to it shape looking like a massive gate. It is a closed canyon, quite narrow, that protects the visitor from most of the sun through its first part. A 2km water hike in and another 2km out. The way back will be through the top of the canyon, with a dashing view over the Dead Sea. No worries about water, you can choose to get no more than your shoes wet.

Then drive to Rummana in Dana village for spend our night. Rumana Situated on a small plateau overlooking the dramatic escarpments of the Jordan Rift Valley, the campsite has twenty large tents, two Bedouin tents, an outdoor dining area, a kitchen, and communal showers and toilets. Each tent comes fully equipped with mattresses, pillows, and blankets. The campsite welcomes visitors from. Dinner and overnight in campsite.

Day 3: Rummana – Dana (White dome trail) – Feynan ( Wadi Dana trail )

After breakfast; we will walk to Dana village is a small village. All its stone houses are also small, have flat roofs and their color is the same yellow as the land in the canyon. From Rummana will walk our trail (White Dome trail) the trail contours the huge escarpments of Wadi Dana between Rummana Camp and Dana Village. It offers breath-taking views of the canyon-like Wadi and passes through the village terraced gardens. We will reach Dana Village  where we will have our lunch, relax break before walk again Dana trail to Feynan Passing through sandstone

gorges, this trail leads downhill to Feynan. Dinner and overnight in Feynan lodge.

Day 4: Feynan Lodge – Little Petra – Trek back way of Petra – Petra

After breakfast in Feynan lodge, we will ride Jeep till Visitor center. Where we will find our bus will drive us the rest of Kingsway till little Petra. Visit Little Petra, it so known as Siq al-Barid literally "the cold canyon") is an archaeological site located north of Petra and the town of Wadi Musa. Like Petra, it is a Nabataean site, with buildings carved into the walls of the sandstone canyons. From Siq Al Barid we will trek back way and walk on top of mountains of Petra-to-Petra visitor center. The journey continues along the rugged mountains to the High Place of Sacrifice, where the Nabatean altars, an obelisk and foundations of the priest’s house are still visible, as well as a splendid panoramic view of the Petra city center below. We keep walking till reach Petra visitor center where we will find our bus will drive us to hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Petra classic visit

After breakfast: pick up to visit Petra, there is no visit of Jordan will be complete without having seen the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom, Petra. The long-lost city of Petra, carved entirely by man into the rose-red sandstone rocks, puts your imagination to the test. Its aMystic and glorious place, an eternal tribute to a lost civilization. Petra was the central meeting point of the Nabatean spice routes which originated from the Persian Gulf, Western Arabia and the Red Sea. About two thousand years ago Petra became the capital of the Nabatean Empire. The city was so renowned that one of its kings, Aretas IV, is even mentioned in the Bible. The natural richness of the mountainous area combines in a superb way with the refined culture and massive architecture of the Nabateans, who carved their theatre, temples, façades, tombs, monasteries, houses a nd roads entirely i nto the rose-red sandstone rocks. No wonder UNESCO placed Petra on its World Heritage List one enters Petra by passing the Siq, a deep and narrow gorge, at the end of which all of a sudden dramatically appears the most famous monument in Petra: al-Khazneh or the Treasury. Maybe you will recognize it as the stage of the final sequence of the movie 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'. But the Treasury is just the start. Walking and climbing in Petra hundreds of buildings carved in stone and eroded through the centuries into fabulous multi-colored walls will be revealed to you. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 6: Day 6: Petra 2nd visit – Trekking Al Madrs  & Wadi Farasa – Wadi Rum (first night camping).

After breakfast: trek Al Madras in Petra a Petra “suburb” where caravans were held upon reaching the Nabatean capital, is an area with a number of decorated cave facades behind the Obelisk Tomb.  This special route into Petra climbs along the southern cliff of the Siq and involves several scrambles over steep sandstone escarpments.  At one point in this trek, you will arrive at a vantage point on the cliffside facing the Khazneh (Treasury) from high above and be able to watch visitors walk out of the Siq below you.  Descend through Wadi Farasa, passing the Lion Fountain and the Roman Soldier's Tomb. Walk back to visitor center where you will ride you bus and before drive to Wadi Rum you will stop to have lunch in Al Qantrah in Petra, Wadi Rum where you will ride Jeeps and drive to through desert to place where we will enjoy our private camp.

Day 7: Trekking in Wadi Rum

After breakfast: We will have full day trekking in Wadi rum and we will have chance to walk through, Burrah Canyon till Lawerance house, where we will have break for lunch then walk again to explore Burdah Bridge and Umm froth where we will have our private camp for second night.

Day 8. Wadi Rum (morning walking) – Amman City tour – Madaba visit, Farewell dinner and overnight.

After breakfast in camp: we will walk to Khazali, where we will find Jeeps which will take you to visitor center of Wadi Rum and you will ride you bus in way to Amman. We will have city tour in Amman visit Citedel and Roman Theater. Before drive to Madaba city , Just 30 kilometers from Amman, along the 5,000-year-old Kings´ Highway, is one of the most memorable places in the Hol y Land. Best known for its spectacular Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, Madaba is home to the famous 6th century Mosaic Map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. With two million pieces of vividly colored local stone, it depicts hills and valleys, villages and towns as far as the Nile Delta.

Dinner in Haret Jedoudn in Madaba, and overnight in hotel.

Day 9: Madaba – Airport (Departure Day)

After breakfast: meet our representative again and drive to Airport for final departure.

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Trekking Program

12 Days of Adventure

Amman 2N / Dead Sea 1N / Dana 1N / Fynan 1N / Little Petra 1N / Petra 1N / Wadi Rum 2N / Aqaba 2N

Day 1: Amman Airport - Amman hotel

Start your journey with a regular flight to Amman, followed by a transfer to your hotel. Enjoy a delicious dinner (if you arrive before 9:00 PM) and settle into your accommodation.

Day 2: Amman City Tour - Jerash - Ajloun - Amman

Explore the iconic landmarks of Amman, such as the Citadel and the Roman Theater. Travel to Jerash, the 'Pompeii of the East,' and to the Ajlun Castle for a historical journey. Return to Amman to enjoy a night filled with culinary delights and relaxation.

Day 3: Amman - Desert Castles - Mount Nebo - Dead Sea

Breakfast. Departure to the east of the city to visit some of the most representative so-called Desert Castles (Harranah, Amra, and Azraq): These castles, constructions from the 7th to the 11th centuries, were used as caravanserais, others as resting pavilions, and some as military forts for the defense of their territories. Continue to Mount Nebo to admire the panoramic view of the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea from the mountain. This place is significant because it was the LAST place visited by Moses and from where the prophet glimpsed the promised land, which he would never reach. Dinner and accommodation at the Dead Sea hotel.

Day 4: Dead Sea - Um Al Rassas - Wadi Al Hasa Lower Part - Dana

Breakfast. Continue to Um Er-Rasas, where the most important discovery on the site was the mosaic floor of the Church of St. Stephen. It was made in 785 and unearthed after 1986. The perfectly preserved mosaic floor is the largest in Jordan. In the central panel, scenes of hunting and fishing are depicted, while another panel illustrates the most important cities in the region. Departure to Wadi Al Hassa (trekking for 1-2 hours). Afterward, head to Dana. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 5: Dana – Fynan

Have breakfast. Route from Dana to Fynan for 6-7 hours covering 17 kilometers. Upon completion, return to Fynan Ecolodge. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 6: Fynan Ecolodge – Shobak Bics to Little Petra

Have breakfast. Departure to the Shobak Castle, a solitary remnant of the ancient glory of the Crusaders, built in 1115 by King Baldwin as a defense along the road between Damascus and Egypt. The castle is located less than an hour north of Petra, occasionally referred to as 'Mont Real' or 'Mons Regalis.' It is nestled on the mountainside, overlooking a wide area of fruit trees. Bicycle ride to Little Petra. Dinner and accommodation in Little Petra.

Day 7: Little Petra – Back Road To Petra

Breakfast. Trek from Little Petra to Deir Petra, making a partial visit to the site before returning to the hotel in Petra. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 8. 2nd Visit of Petra – Wadi Rum

Breakfast. A day dedicated to the visit of the pink city, the capital of the Nabateans. During the visit, we will explore the most important and representative monuments carved into the rock by the Nabateans. The Treasury, a famous and internationally known monument featured in one of the Indiana Jones movies, the colorful tombs, the Royal Tombs, etc. Petra is one of those places in the world that you must visit at least once in a lifetime. After finishing the visit, in the afternoon, departure to Wadi Rum. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 9: Wadi Rum 4x4 2hrs – Trekking 4hrs – Wadi Rum

Breakfast. Excursion in the Wadi Rum desert with a 2-hour 4x4 vehicle ride led by Bedouins, consisting of a small tour in the lunar landscape of this desert. We will venture into the pink sands of this desert, which holds a special charm provided by the granite massifs that nature has shaped into whimsical forms. Trekking for 4 hours visiting canyons and dunes. Return to the camp. Dinner and accommodation.

Día 10: Wadi Rum – Aqaba Snorkeling – Aqaba

Breakfast. Departure to Aqaba, the only seaport to the world. Snorkeling excursion with lunch included on board. Return to the hotel. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 11. Aqaba FREE DAY

Breakfast. Free day at the disposal of the clients. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 12: Aqaba – Airport

Breakfast. At the designated time, transfer to the airport to board a regular flight back to the city of origin.

Trekking Program

13 Days of Adventure

Amman 3N / Dead Sea 1N / Madaba 1N / Rummana 1N / Petra 2N / Wadi Rum 3N / Aqaba 1N

Day 1: Amman Airport - Amman hotel

Start your journey with a regular flight to Amman, followed by a transfer to your hotel. Enjoy a delicious dinner (if you arrive before 9:00 PM) and settle into your accommodation.

Day 2: Amman – Ajloun (Trekking prophet's trail) - Jerash (lunch) & visit – AmmanAfter breakfast: Drive to Ajloun Nature reserve, in this day will walk Rock Rose trail. It's passing across heavily wooded valleys and ridges, inside and outside the nature reserve; this highly scenic trail passes through villages and olive orchards and offers beautiful panoramic views to the West Bank and Syria. There is steep scrambles en-route that demands a reasonable level of fitness, this trail long is 8 KM and we need 4 hours for walking this trail. Then drive to visit Jerash, we will have our lunch in local restaurant and then visit Jerash the Pompeii of the East You will enter Jerash through the monumental South Gate and find you wandering around in a Roman city. You will walk in the Oval Plaza surrounded by colonnades, visit the Roman theatre and Byzantine churches with mosaic-covered floors. Enjoy a stroll along Jerash' main road the Cardo and pass by the Nymphaeum. You may experience the marvellous acoustics of the theatre, the stage of the Jerash music festival which takes place every year. And see for yourself how the Romans built the earthquake-proof columns of the colonnaded streets. Amman for Dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Amman – City tour – Bethany – Dead Sea (lunch, Dinner& overnight).

After breakfast: Drive to visit City tour, Drive to have city tour in Amman, is the capital of Jordan, was built on several of mountains. In the centre you can found a 6000 seats Roman Theatre and the Citadel, from which you can have a beautiful panorama for the ancient downtown. Drive to Bethany, drive to Bethany, Bethany beyond the Jordan, called Bethabara in the King James Version of the Bible. This locality on the Jordan River above the Dead Sea is described in the New Testament as the site where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist. Jesus as an adult comes to the Jordan River to seek his own baptism from John the Baptist. Stunning archaeological discoveries between the Jordan River and Tell al-Kharrar since 1996 have identified this area as biblical 'Bethany beyond the Jordan', where John was living when he baptized Jesus. Tell al-Kharrar other name, Tell Mar Elias ('St. Elijah's Hill'), is reminiscent of the Prophet Elijah, who ascended from here to heaven, then To Dead Sea, It lies on the western frontier of Jordan and is well-known to be the lowest spot on earth, 400 meters below sea level. The unusually salty and mineral rich water, the rich black mud along the shoreline, the thermal mineral springs are healing both for your body and your soul. Dinner and overnight in Dead Sea.

Day 4: Dead Sea – Wadi Almujib (Ibex trail) - Mount Nebo – Madaba

After Breakfast: we will drive to visit Wadi Almujib, Hikers of this trail can enjoy the Ibex enclosures at the Mujib gorgeous mountains. 2 km from the Mujib Bridge starts this trail, then heading to the gorge. Visitors are guided to the Rayyashi Area where one can view some historical monuments. This 2-3 hours hike is ended at the Ibex enclosures where a full explanation about Ibex project is given. Then Drive to Mount Nebo, place where Moses looked over the Holy Land and the Dead Sea. That is the place where Moses was seen for the last time; therefore we consider this place as burial place for Moses. You can visit here the memorial church of Moses. If the sky is clear Jerusalem, Jericho and Bethlehem will meet your eye at the other side of the Dead Sea. Drive to visit Madaba, Just 30 kilometers from Amman, along the 5,000-year-old Kings´ Highway, is one of the most memorable places in the Holy Land. Best known for its spectacular Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, Madaba is home to the famous 6th century Mosaic Map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. With two million pieces of vividly colored local stone, it depicts hills and valleys, villages and towns as far as the Nile Delta.

Drive to Madaba for Dinner in Haret Jedoudn in Madaba, and overnight in hotel.

Day 5: Madaba – Dana (White dome trail) – Rumman dinner and overnight

After breakfast; we will drive direct to Dana village is a small village. All its stone houses are also small, have flat roofs and their color is the same yellow as the land in the canyon. From Dana Guest House we will walk our trail (White Dome trail) the trail contours the huge escarpments of Wadi Dana between Rummana Camp and Dana Village. It offers breath-taking views of the canyon-like Wadi and passes through the village terraced gardens. We will reach Rummana Campsite, where we will spend out night. Dinner and overnight in campsite.

Day 6: Rummana- Feynan (trekking till lodge for Lunch) – Little Petra – Petra

After breakfast in campsite: we will drive to Dana village to have chance to walk Wadi Feynan Trail. This is a long but relatively easy trail that follows a dirt track the whole length of Wadi Dana and links Dana Village to the western gateway of the Reserve in Feynan. The trail can be walked from ‘both ends’ and passes through all the vegetation zones of the reserve, from Mediterranean scrub forest around Dana Village to the open stony deserts of Wadi Feynan. Will have lunch in Feynan lodge, before drive to Al Beida, short distance north of Petra, the road runs between wild and beautiful outcrops of rock, the color of pale honey. It is called al-Beidha in Arabic, 'the white one'. Al-Beidha was also one of the main commercial areas of Petra, the entry and exit point for the trade routes to the north and north-west. Here the caravans from the Negev, Gaza and Askalon, from Jerusalem and the Phoenician coast would arrive and settle for a while to engage in trade, their camels and donkeys quartered in the broad acres near the cistern. The merchants probably stayed in the cool seclusion of the Siq al-Barid, the cold gorge, whose entrance is at the end of a narrowing of the valley. Drive to Petra for Dinner and overnight.

Day 7: Petra full day visit

After breakfast: pick up to visit Petra, there is no visit of Jordan will be complete without having seen the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom, Petra. The long-lost city of Petra, carved entirely by man into the rose-red sandstone rocks, puts your imagination to the test. Its aMystic and glorious place, an eternal tribute to a lost civilization. Petra was the central meeting point of the Nabatean spice routes which originated from the Persian Gulf, Western Arabia and the Red Sea. About two thousand years ago Petra became the capital of the Nabatean Empire. The city was so renowned that one of its kings, Aretas IV, is even mentioned in the Bible. The natural richness of the mountainous area combines in a superb way with the refined culture and massive architecture of the Nabateans, who carved their theatre, temples, façades, tombs, monasteries, houses a nd roads entirely i nto the rose-red sandstone rocks. No wonder UNESCO placed Petra on its World Heritage List one enters Petra by passing the Siq, a deep and narrow gorge, at the end of which all of a sudden dramatically appears the most famous monument in P etra: al-Khazneh or the Treasury. Maybe you will recognize it as the stage of the final sequence of the movie 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'. But the Treasury is just the start. Walking and climbing in Petra hundreds of buildings carved in stone and eroded through the centuries into fabulous multi-colored walls will be revealed to you. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 8. Trekking in Petra – Wadi Rum private camp

Breakfast. A day dedicated to the visit of the pink city, the capital of the Nabateans. During the visit, we will explore the most important and representative monuments carved into the rock by the Nabateans. The Treasury, a famous and internationally known monument featured in one of the Indiana Jones movies, the colorful tombs, the Royal Tombs, etc. Petra is one of those places in the world that you must visit at least once in a lifetime. After finishing the visit, in the afternoon, departure to Wadi Rum. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 9: Trekking in Wadi Rum

After breakfast: continue hiking to the BURRAH canyon. Hiking to visit the rock panting place and then on to Lawrence’s house where we will stop for lunch and a 2 hour rest. We will then continue to Jebel BURDAH Bridge, where we will have dinner and settle down for the second night’s camp.

Día 10: Trekking in Wadi Rum

After breakfast we will start scrambling up to the bridge.  It is easy scrambling and at the top are incredible views.  After descending, we will have lunch and rest for 3 hours.  We will then continue to the AL FORAH area (outside of the Wadi Rum protected area) and we will have dinner and camp there.

Day 11. Trekking in Wadi Rum, lunch – Aqaba

After breakfast we will start hiking through the canyons to the UM FROTH rock bridge, where we will stop to have lunch and rest for 2 hours.  After lunch we will continue hiking through the AL KSHKASHIH canyon to our main campsite where you can have a shower, rest and eat dinner.  Drive to Rum Village and we will drive to Aqaba, for Dinner and overnight.

Day 12: Aqaba free day (Lunch, Dinner in hotel) – Airport fly to Amman, overnight

After Breakfast: Aqaba, which lies at the Red sea. The waters of the Red Sea are crystal clear and have an abundant marine life. Aqaba offers a wide variety of opportunities to explore this amazing underwater world, such as scuba diving and snorkeling. The Red Sea is home to more than 140 species of coral and countless species of brightly colored fish. And if you are lucky you may also experience close encounters with friendly sea animals like turtles and dolphins, the weather near the Gulf of Aqaba is splendid all year around. Early evening drive to king Hussein Airport, fly to Amman. Meet and assist upon arrival at Queen Alia international Airport. Drive to Amman for Dinner and overnight.

Day 13: Amman - Amman Airport QAIA

Breakfast. At the designated time, transfer to the airport to board a regular flight back to the city of origin.

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