About Jordan

Its shared borders with Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia means Jordan is often mistaken for being an unsafe country but this impression couldn’t be more wrong. One of the friendliest destinations in the Middle East, Jordan’s locals are known for being welcoming and it’s not uncommon for you to be invited to share a cup of tea together.

Jordan’s most popular sight is Petra, an archaeological site built from pink sandstone that’s also referred to as the “Rose City”, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site is well worth the journey; tour the sprawling grounds with a private guide to learn all about its incredible architecture and amazing history. A visit to the Dead Sea, where you can effortlessly float on the water’s surface, apply black mud purported to be full of minerals to your skin and enjoy a cocktail while out at sea, is also a must-do. For an unforgettable experience, enjoy champagne while viewing the sunrise over Wadi Rum, a spectacular dessert with sandstone mountains and rolling sand dunes. Having only achieved its independence in 1946, Jordan remains a relatively young country with an exciting future ahead, as evidenced by its modern capital Amman.

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