Culture & Leisure

Amman City Tour

The city of Amman is situated on a hilly area between the desert & the fertile Jordan Valley. Visit the Citadel for an unparalleled view of the downtown area; then visit the stunning Roman Theater & the museum of traditional culture.

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Salt Tour

Add a special touch to your stopover by visiting the old city of Salt, the former capital of Jordan. An ancient town, Salt was once the most important settlement in the area between the Jordan Valley and the Eastern Desert

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Jerash Tour

Start the tour to visit Madaba where we will visit the Church of St John the Baptist, we will see the oldest Mosaic Map, after that proceed to Mount Nebo mentioned in the Bible as the place where Moses was granted a view of the Promised Land that he would never enter.

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The Dead Sea Tour

Spice up your stopover with a tour of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, which is without a doubt one of the world’s most amazing destinations. The leading attraction at the Dead Sea is the warm, soothing, super salty water – rich in chloride salts of magnesium,.

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Shobak Castle Tour

Add a sense of adventure to your stopover with an enchanting tour of Shobak Castle. Perched in a wild, remote landscape, Shobak Castle wins over even the most castle-weary, with its amazingly captivating architecture.

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Madaba Packages

In the enchanting city of Madaba, visit the Archeological Museum, where you will experience antiquity like no other. Then you can pass by the Archeological Park, which the Romans created as a typical provincial town

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Desert Castles Tour

Trek through golden deserts on your way to visit the desert castles and fortresses in the east of Jordan. Enrich your stopover in Jordan and start your tour at the Qasr Mshatta, about 30km (20m) southeast of Amman, which is the ruin of an Umayyad winter palace (743-744).

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Jerash & Ajloun Tour

Visit Jerash, one of the most well preserved Roman sites in the world. Then head to Ajloun Castle, one of the few fortresses built to protect the country against Crusader attacks from Karak in the South to Bisan in the West.

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