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Jordan is a country rich with history and beauty. Since they’re so iconic, Jordan tours inevitably involve a visit to the Dead Sea and Petra, but visitors are also pleasantly surprised by the amazing international food recipes of Amman and the modern cities they can visit.

Although small, the country has been at the center of some of the most historic trade routes for centuries. The Roman, Greek, Persian, Nebataean, and Byzantine Empires have all ruled over this area, each leaving behind unique and grand artifacts that you can still find, meaning history boffins will find plenty to write home about.

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Jordan is a country rich with history and beauty. Since they’re so rich with iconic sights, Jordan tours inevitably involve a visit to the Dead Sea and Petra, but visitors are also pleasantly surprised by the amazing international food recipes of Amman and the modern cities they can visit.

Although small, the country has been at the center of some of the most historic trade routes for centuries. The Roman, Greek, Persian, Nebataean, and Byzantine Empires have all ruled over this area, each leaving behind unique and grand artifacts that you can still find, meaning history boffins will find plenty to write home about.

Jordan tours don’t just involve these ancient wonders, however. Today, Jordan is a modern and welcoming country, full of friendly people who are more than eager to show you how they live and why they call this beautiful desert home. You’ll come to experience a country that was part of many of the world’s greatest empires, but you’ll want to stay for the lingering smell of coffee in the streets, the delicious food and the arresting hospitality of the locals.
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Best time of the year to visit Jordan?

Jordan may be small, but it packs a punch in terms of its climate. In Amman you can expect snow in the winter, while in high summer temperatures can soar to over 35 degrees. The best time to visit is in Spring (between March and May) and Autumn (September to November). The weather in Jordan during these months is relatively cool, but still pleasant.
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Food and Culture of Jordan

Be sure to start your morning on Jordan tours with a traditional Levantine-Arab breakfast of Manakish. This pita bread is typically covered in the tart za’atar spice and served along with fresh vegetables like cucumbers and tomatoes. Be sure to also try the falafel, and maybe even the maqlouba. Literally translated to “upside-down”, maqlouba is a dish traditionally made out of rice, chicken, eggplant, and other vegetables all cooked in a large pot and flipped upside-down to be served with pita bread. You also can’t miss the Arabic coffee on offer, the scent of which wafts through the streets continually.

Tradition and religion are extremely important in Jordanian society, but this is a country that more and more frequently has to grapple with rapid modernization and globalization. It’s one of the Arab World’s most cosmopolitan city, which is reflected in the views and lifestyle choices of the younger generations.
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Main Attractions and Tourist Regions in Jordan

Jordan tours attract millions of people every year. The vast majority of these will involve  visit to Petra. Petra is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This ancient city was carved into the side of a rose-tinted sandstone cliff between the 6th and 4th Century B.C. It was once the capital of the Nebataean Empire and, as you’d imagine from such illustrious beginnings (and current acclaim), the site is nothing short of breathtaking.

Best of all, arriving to Petra is only the tip of the iceberg – the journey is every bit as interesting. Entering from the east, you must first traverse the Siq, which is a narrow gorge that’s only 3-4m wide at some points. If this sounds like too much effort, you can take a camel there. Jerash is similarly memorable, and well worth a visit.

Such is the diversity on offer in Jordan that once you’ve finished with this cultural and historical tour, you can relax in the Dead Sea in an idyllic beach setting. The Dead Sea is roughly 9 times saltier than a normal ocean. This creates a buoyancy which makes it difficult to do anything other than take a leisurely float on its surface.

If you’ve finished relaxing and are after a slice of Jordan’s nightlife, you could do much worse than to visit Amman. This city was established in 7,000 B.C. and still hosts a population of around 2 million people. It’s a unique blend of the old and the new, with crumbling buildings a stone’s throw from modern skyscrapers. Be sure to wander the narrow alleyways, enjoy the delicious coffee available in the local cafes and, at nighttime, downtown Amman is home to a number of shisha bars and nightclubs you can explore.
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Jordan Reviews

Camila Vidal, June 2018

She replied my email very fast; very understanding and gave us good options and flexibility even the price.

Michael Paul Cortez, June 2018

I just returned from my trip to Israel and Jordan with three other friends and I am already missing all of the beautiful places i visited. We began our tour to coastal historical spots in Tel Aviv (views breathtaking), than did a holy land pilgrimage and finally ended up in Jordan where we dipped ourselves in Dead Sea and saw Petra, a modern wonder of the world. It was all memorable, a trip I will never forget. This trip couldn't have been a success without first my friend who took the lead organizing it all for us and Gail, from Trip.Me, who developed an itinerary based on what we wanted to do and see. Gail made all the arrangements for all of our excursions, hotel and airline reservations. We had a small issue in the beginning of our trip but it was quickly resolved and taken care of. I also want to give a shout out to Daniela who was our contact in Israel, who met us at the hotel and gave us a certificate for completing the Holy Land Pilgrimage. It was a nice touch. Also all of the tour guides and drivers were nice and always accommodating. She also had great recommendations of places to stop by at night which we totally took advantage of. I would definitely use trip.me again.

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James Barnes, June 2018

Henk put together a fabulous trip for us and arranged excellent drivers and guides for each part, beginning at the Eilat border crossing. They ensured that we saw many beautiful things in the desert, including the Bait Ali camp at Wadi Rum, the Lawrence of Arabia camp, and Petra. One of the high points was hiking up the back entrance to the Monastery one morning, and then descending from there into the valley. The Petra Moon hotel is a good choice, very nice room and so convenient to the entrance to Petra.

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Bernadett Deel, June 2018

Carmen was great. We really appreciated her knowledge and insight throughout the different organisational stages and she was keen to share with us her love and passion for this beautiful country (even through Skype to get a hands-on feel of her personal experience). She was prompt to respond and follow up on all our queries. Our little tour provided a varied and interesting itinerary for everyone in the group and on the whole, we could not have asked for a better selection with such wide coverage incorporating major sites and landscapes, including Bethany, Jerash, Madaba, Mount Nebo, the Dead Sea, Dana Nature Reserve, Shobak Castle, Petra and the Wadi Rum. The precision, co-ordination and general organisation of the trip was excellent. Parts of the accommodation exceeded our expectations – in particular, the Petra Moon Hotel and Wadi Rum camp, which compensated for the hotel in Amman, which was a slightly different standard. It was practical to have a mini bus and driver taking us to all these fabulous places. He knew the roads very well and was a safe driver, even though a bit fast sometimes. He also offered to share his knowledge of the various sites, which we most appreciated. All in all, Carmen really offered us an eventful and amazing four days’ programme, with Petra and the Wadi Rum being outstanding. Thank you for all her efforts, it was a superb experience that we shall treasure!

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Nancy Dunlop, May 2018

Gail was professional and efficient and put together a wonderful Jordan experience. Drivers and guides were excellent. Loved the itinerary and helpful suggestions.