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Exploring Jordan's historical circuit, from Petra to Amman and the Dead Sea, reveals its blend of ancient wonders and its culture.

Tour details:

5 Days 4 Nights
Start in:
Jordan-Arava Border - Aqaba
Finish in: Jordan-Amman

Technical Details

Meeting People


4x4 safari in Wadi Rum as stated in the itinerary
Accommodations on HB basis
Camping in Wadi Rum
English Speaking Driver
Entrance Fees to the sites mentioned in the program
Jordan visa and formalization
Meet and assist upon arrival points
Private transportation throughout as to the people number
Site guides in Jerash and Petra for less than 7 people


Flight tickets
Personal travel insurance and expenses
Tips for service providers

1 Arava border - Aqaba - Wadi Rum

Upon your arrival at the Arava Border on the Jordanian side, our representative will be there to greet you and assist with your Jordan visa. Following this, meet our driver for a 1-2 hour city tour of Aqaba, where you can explore coffee shops, eateries, souks, and the 16th-century castle by the beach. Subsequently, depart the city for the enchanting "Valley of the Moon" – Wadi Rum, renowned for its rugged mountains, colored sand dunes, and breathtaking sunsets. Experience its vastness on a remarkable 3-hour 4x4 safari, followed by a traditional Bedouin dinner around the campfire at the campsite, where you will spend the night.

2 Wadi Rum - Petra, private guided tour

Begin your day with breakfast at the camp before heading to the iconic Rose Red city of Petra for a full day of exploration. Upon reaching the Petra Visitor's Center, we'll organize a 2-3 hour guided tour with an English-speaking site guide, covering the main attractions of the lower city. This journey starts from the main gate, traversing the kilometer-long Siq to visit renowned sites such as the Treasury, Street of Facades, the Theatre, Nympheom, and Qaser El-Bent. Following the guided tour, embark on a self-guided hike to either the Monastery or the High Place of Sacrifice. The Monastery, the largest rock-cut facade, requires an 800-step climb, showcasing its impressive size. Alternatively, the High Place of Sacrifice, considered the holiest Nabataean site, offers a thrilling walk with wide views over the Petra basin. Ascend the steep steps of the ancient route, passing intricately carved tombs and monuments, marveling at the ancient craftsmanship. Conclude the day with dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel in Petra.

3 Petra - Kerak - Mt. Nebo - Madaba - Dead Sea

Commence your day with breakfast at the hotel before heading to Kerak to explore the 12th-century Crusader castle, erected upon the remnants of earlier citadels, some dating back to Nabataean times. While the castle may be more imposing than beautiful, it stands as an impressive example of Crusader military architecture. Roam through underground corridors featuring expansive kitchens, stables, and multi-floor sleeping quarters. The castle's summit offers breathtaking views in all directions. Following this, proceed to Mt. Nebo to trace the steps of Moses and behold the spectacular view of the Promised Land, just as he did over 2,000 years ago. The site exudes a unique sense of significance, with clear-day vistas encompassing Jerusalem, Jericho, and the Dead Sea. A memorial honoring Moses stands at the entrance to the early Byzantine Christian church, believed to be where Moses passed away. After a short drive, reach Madaba to explore the oldest preserved ancient mosaic map of the Holy Land, dating back to the 6th century BC, housed within the Church of St. George. Conclude the day at the Dead Sea with dinner and an overnight stay at a resort.

4 Dead Sea - Amman City Tour - Ajloun - Jerash - Amman

Start your day with breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a city tour of Amman. Explore the remnants of Amman's Roman Theatre, the Citadel, the Umayyad Palace, and the Archaeological and Folklore Museums. Proceed to the forested area of Ajloun to discover Al Rabad Castle, also known as Ajloun Castle. Despite its appearance resembling a Crusader fortress, it was constructed by Muslims in 1184 as a military stronghold to safeguard the region from invading Crusader forces. Following a brief countryside drive, reach the impressive Roman ruins of Jerash, exceptionally well-preserved to evoke the ambiance of ancient times. With a 2-hour guided tour, marvel at the breathtaking arches, temples, and baths in a state of remarkable preservation and completeness. As the day concludes, return to Amman for dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.

5 Amman – Amman Airport

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, followed by a transfer to Amman Airport for your departure. Safe travels!


  • Individuals 1 - 5 people will be having a site tour guide in Petra
  • Private groups of 6 people and more will be escorted by a border-to-border guide


  • This itinerary starts in the Arava border in the south and ends in Amman Airport, though it is feasible to customize it to depart Jordan from the Arava border too

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