One of the 7 Wonders of the World, the rose-colored city of ancient Petra is a truly majestic place. As you enter the city from the canyon, you find yourself standing in awe of the marriage of natural beauty and man-made art.
Known by different names under different ruling kingdoms, Jordan's modern capital city Amman is where East meets West. Rich with history and tradition, while moving into modernity at an unprecedented pace, Amman is a geographically and culturally ideal place to begin exploring the rest of the country.
Rejuvenate your life with a trip to the Dead Sea. Home to some of the healthiest, nutrient rich soils and minerals in the world, the Dead Sea spas heal both body and soul.
Rich in historical significance to the region and internationally, Jordan is filled with ancient monuments to former empires that resided here. Visit their cities, castles and ruins to read their stories and learn about their influence on the area.
Scale the soaring cliffs or cross the vast expanse of red sands on camel, following in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia through the valleys of Wadi Rum. Local Bedouin welcome you to their world as you explore this unique natural wonder.
Clear blue on top, the Red Sea comes alive with color and underwater adventure. View it by snorkeling, scuba diving, or through the glass bottom of a boat. World famous for its beaches, coral and sea life, the Red Sea at Aqaba combines relaxing on the beach and stunning natural beauty.