In Search of Adventure

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You will go on a journey beyond the ordinary with Trailblazing Tales: In Search of Adventure and Discovery. Join us as we venture into uncharted territories, weaving thrilling narratives of exploration and tales of awe-inspiring discovery. Get ready for an adrenaline-fueled escapade that transcends the boundaries of the known.

Tour details:

8 Days 7 Nights
Hiking - Trekking
Start in:
Jordan-Sheikh Hussein Crossing
Finish in: Jordan-Aqaba

Technical Details

Meeting People


Accommodations on HB basis
Camel safari in Wadi Rum as stated in the itinerary
Camping in Wadi Rum
English Speaking Driver
English speaking site guide in Jerash for 2 hrs
English speaking site guide in Petra for 2.5 to 3 hrs
Entrance Fees to the sites mentioned in the program
Meet and assist upon arrival points
Private transportation throughout as to the people number
Trekking guide for the trekking days as per the itiner


Personal travel insurance and expenses
Tips for service providers

1Sheikh Hussein Bridge - Ajloun - Jerash - Amman

Receive assistance at Sheikh Hussein Bridge, then proceed to the wooded area of Ajloun to explore Al Rabad Castle, also known as Ajloun Castle. Despite its Crusader fortress appearance, it was constructed by Muslims in 1184 as a military fort, safeguarding the region from Crusader forces. Enjoy a scenic drive through hilly landscapes adorned with olive and orange trees, arriving at Jerash. Immerse yourself in its remarkably preserved ancient streets, imagining the bustling life of its once-thriving 20,000 inhabitants during Alexander the Great's era (332 BC). Marvel at the well-preserved ruins of colonnaded streets, arches, temples, and baths. A private guide will provide in-depth historical insights. Finally, transfer to an Amman hotel for an overnight.

2Amman City Tour - Madaba - Mt. Nebo - Dead Sea

Commence the day with breakfast at the hotel, followed by a captivating city tour of Amman, historically referred to as Rabbath Ammon in the Bible. Perched on a series of hills, or "jabals," the city boasts breathtaking vistas. Dominating the skyline on Jabal Qala'a is the Citadel, a site witnessing the ebb and flow of civilizations over 7,000 years. Of notable significance are the Temple of Hercules, the Umayyad Palace, and remnants of a Byzantine Church. Descending the hill, encounter the 6,000-seat Roman Theatre, built in 161 CE and still utilized for cultural events.

Explore the Archeological and Folklore Museums before venturing to the "City of Mosaics." Visit the Church of St. George, housing the oldest preserved ancient mosaic map of the Holy Land, and the Church of the Apostles, adorned with extensive and beautiful mosaics. Proceed to Mt. Nebo to retrace Moses' steps and marvel at the panoramic view of the Promised Land. On clear days, glimpse Jerusalem, Jericho, and the Dead Sea. Explore the early Byzantine Christian church, believed to be the site of Moses' death, marked by a memorial.

Conclude the day at the Dead Sea, the world's largest natural spa, and a truly unique destination. Immerse yourself in the mineral-rich waters, experiencing the unusual sensation of effortless floating. Indulge in a soothing black mud treatment for both body and soul. Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay by the Dead Sea.

3Dead Sea - Wadi Mujib Siq Trail (seasonal)* - Kerak - Petra

Begin your day with breakfast at the resort, followed by a morning brimming with excitement on the Siq Trail in Wadi Mujib. This extraordinary nature reserve, the lowest on the planet, is surrounded by colossal multi-layered rock walls. Embark on a hike, navigating rocks against the river's current while clutching onto embedded ropes for support. This water trail meanders through a breathtaking gorge, culminating at a powerful waterfall. While the trail is self-guided, assistance is available at tricky sections.

After the water adventure, head to Kerak to explore the 12th-century Crusader castle, constructed over the remains of earlier citadels, some dating back to Nabataean times. The castle, more imposing than beautiful, stands as an impressive testament to the military genius of the Crusaders, offering a commanding view of the region. Conclude the day in Petra with dinner and an overnight stay at a 3-star hotel.

4Petra - Little Petra - Wadi Khudereah* - Little Petra

Embark on a brief journey to Little Petra, commencing a full day of hiking in Wadi Khudereah. The trail swiftly diverts into a streambed adorned with pink oleander, leading to the siq or slot canyon, where towering sandstone cliffs loom overhead. Traverse this colossal natural gallery, a living masterpiece showcasing a spectrum of colors intricately woven into the rock. Pause for a delightful lunch along the trail before returning to Little Petra for a camping experience. Conclude the day with dinner under the stars in this enchanting setting.

5Little Petra (back-way trekking) to - Petra

Commence the day with breakfast at the camp, gearing up for a trek to the legendary city of Petra, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the 7 New Wonders of the World. Venture through the "secret" back entrance to the Rose Red City, an "off the beaten path" experience that unveils parts of Petra unfamiliar to many. Laden with suspense and offering breathtaking views, the trek takes you through magnificent gorges, wadis, and mountainous terrain en route to the Monastery.

The Monastery, Petra's largest monument, was constructed by the Nabataeans over 2000 years ago, showcasing their prowess in both engineering and business, as they played a significant role in trade and commerce. Explore over 800 individual monuments, including buildings, tombs, baths, funerary halls, temples, arched gateways, and colonnaded streets, all erected over two millennia ago. Consider the mystique of Petra, as only 15% of this ancient city has been uncovered, leaving many secrets yet to be revealed. Conclude the day with an overnight stay in Petra.

6Petra, short visit - Wadi Rum

Indulge in breakfast at the hotel before embarking on the second day in Petra, entering the site through the main entrance – the Siq. This narrow gorge, towering hundreds of meters high, showcases walls bursting with a vibrant spectrum of colors from deep pink to purple to ocher. The path dramatically concludes at an opening that unveils Petra’s iconic monument - the Treasury - intricately carved into sheer rock, standing over 40 meters high. Continue exploring the city until mid-day, and then transfer to Wadi Rum.

Encounter imposing, towering rocks and crags in this land of "God’s skyscrapers," where silence resonates through the canyons. Renowned for its rugged mountains and colorful sand dunes, Wadi Rum is undeniably a place where heaven and earth converge. Experience its vastness in one of the most exhilarating rides of your life – a 3-hour sunset 4x4 safari. Afterward, settle into the campsite and relish an authentic Bedouin meal around the campfire. Conclude the day with dinner and overnight camping in the captivating landscapes of Wadi Rum.

7Wadi Rum - Aqaba

Begin your day with breakfast at the camp, immersing yourself in the timeless experience of Wadi Rum as the Bedouin have for centuries – on camelback. Towering, castle-like mountains and beautifully colored cliffs unfold in every direction, creating a landscape where one can easily envision Lawrence of Arabia galloping around the next corner. After the camel ride, further explore the desert with a 2-4 hour trek on foot, gaining an up-close and personal view of the enchanting desert landscape that inspired Lawrence to describe it as "vast, echoing, and God-like." In the afternoon, proceed to the seaside resort of Aqaba, known as the "Red Sea Riviera," renowned for its souks, eateries, coffee shops, and as a famous diving location. Explore the vibrant atmosphere of Aqaba before settling in for an overnight stay in Aqaba.

8Aqaba - Arava Border

Start your day with breakfast at the hotel, and in accordance with your departure details, proceed to the Arava Border for your transfer.


  • Please consider best timing of arrival and departure flights to have better arrangments and make use of the days to discover more of Jordan!

  • We strongly advise to arrange your trip to Jordan and to do this itinerary during April and through Norvmeber; to avoide any clousre! If not, then it is recommended to check availability ahead of time.

  • It is always recommended to check our page of (Before you go) and other USEFUL LINKS below.


  • Arranging visa for (individuals) and border's assistance  is subject of addtional fees
  • Official tour guide services is available with extra cost, please contact.
  • Extra sites/tours visit rather than mentioned above, is available with extra costs.


  • This tour will be guided by a Bedouin/local trekking guide.
  • Any group number as of this tour will have a site guides only in Petra and Jerash.
  • It is advisable that children want to do this tour should be more than 15 years old
  • According to the latest regulations in Jordan, the Israelis are not allowed to do this kind of tour and/or any other type of canyons' trek at the moment.
  • Arrival and departure points are subject to be customized according to your arrival/departure plan.


  • This tour is based on seasonality and rain; due water level in the canyons and subject of closure without any prior notice, therfore; it is good through April - November of each year! therfore; it is always recommended to check about availablity and possibility a head of time.

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