The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a small, mostly landlocked country that sits nestled in between Israel, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. This heart of the Middle East is ruled as a constitutional monarchy by King Abdullah II.

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The Kempinski Hotel Ishtar lies gracefully in the Jordan Valley, on the shores of the largest spa in the world and lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea. This stunning property is a masterpiece of Babylonian inspiration and is carved in local stone. The hotel is set on the longest beach in Jordan, where ancient olive trees mingle with bamboo palms, providing guests with absolute privacy in an exclusive setting. Show More
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Jordan Highlights

A landlocked country in the heart of the Middle East, Jordan is filled with ancient history ready to be explored. From the Romans to the Crusaders, many civilisations have played their part in the country’s development. The iconic city of Petra is the main attraction and one of the most incredible sights in the world while the natural wonder of Wadi Rum is a breath-taking excursion. There are also plenty of modern aspects to enjoy with a vibrant capital city ready to be explored.

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Things to do in Jordan

  • Visiting the modern Arab city of Amman.
  • Sitting in the fantastically preserved Roman Amphitheatre just outside Amman.
  • Walking the Ancient Roman streets of Jerash and wondering at the
  • awesome reach of Ancient Roman civilisation.
  • Discovering ancient ruins at the beautiful wonder of the world that is Petra.
  • Taking a dip in the mystical Dead Sea on Jordan’s western border.
  • Exploring the breathtaking region of Wadi Rum, following in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia himself.
  • Meeting the famously hospitable Bedouin people in the desert regions of Jordan.
  • Experiencing the amazing diving sites at Aqaba.

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Jordan, don’t hesitate to contact us on 0871 811 1597 Costs 11p/min + network extras and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable travel experts.

The Arabian sun is strong so make sure you have plenty of hats, collared shirts and sunglasses to protect your skin and eyes when you are on the move. Plenty of sun cream of a high factor will also be essential for your trip.

If you are travelling in summer (April to October) then the temperatures can reach above 30°C in most regions. Therefore, you should take plenty of lightweight clothes, preferably made of cotton or linen to keep you as cool as possible.

If you are travelling in winter (November to March) temperatures are generally much cooler with average temperature falling to around 10°C in December and January. Amman becomes notoriously cold at this time. Therefore, you should pack heavier, warmer clothes for this chilly time of year. January also sees 70% of the Jordan’s annual rainfall so make sure you take some waterproofs.

  • Capital – Amman has an amazing history which stretches back at least 9,000 years
  • Currency – the Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
  • Language – Arabic
  • Time Zone – GMT+2

Situated in the heart of the Middle East, Jordan has a very hot and extremely dry climate. Around 90% of Jordan is made up of desert which means there is only an average annual rainfall of 200mm a year, although this average can be much higher in the fertile hills to the northwest of the country, and can be as low as 25-50mm in some of the more arid parts of the desert.

Summer runs from April to October and sees daily temperatures often reach 30°C and above in the daytime. The Sirocco is a hot, dry southerly wind that blows in the summer to the effect of pushing up temperatures and creating strong sandstorms.

Winter runs from November to March so is fairly short but does provide a cool reprieve to the sweltering summer months. January is the coolest month, with temperatures falling to an average of 10°C and an astonishing 70% of the average rainfall falling. This influx in rain can cause erosion and flooding.


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