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Authentic and historical, Jordan is becoming increasingly popular with travellers who want to experience somewhere a little different. The country boasts fascinating cities, sacred sites and otherworldly desert landscapes – not to mention UNESCO-protected Petra and the bizarre Dead Sea. And a Jordan tour is a fantastic way to take it all in. With a detailed itinerary and an English-speaking guide, you’ll be able to tick off all the major attractions in a relaxing, hassle-free holiday.

Ancient Petra is undoubtedly Jordan’s most famous attraction, and exploring this hidden city is sure to be the highlight of any Jordan tour. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The capital city, Amman, is home to all kinds of time-stamped relics, including a Roman amphitheatre estimated to be 6,000 years old. You’ll have the chance to explore the vast Wadi Rum desert, filled with striking cliffs, steep gorges and orange dunes. And you can visit Madaba – home to a 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land – and sacred Mount Nebo, where Moses is said to be buried.

When you fancy some downtime, our tours have got you covered. Enjoy a lazy day in sun-soaked Aqaba, where you can browse a range of museums, and snorkel or dive among coral reefs in the Red Sea. And no trip to Jordan would be complete without a visit to the Dead Sea. Completely unique, the water here has such high levels of salt that you’ll be able to float effortlessly on the surface.

All our Jordan tours are private – it’ll just be your party and your driver, as you meander across the country in air-conditioned comfort. We have a range of itineraries, too. You could opt for a four-day introductory tour, and then enjoy a few days on the beach. Or you might prefer one of our week-long itineraries, where you can tick off all the major sites. Whatever you’re looking for, our experts will help you choose the right Jordan tour for you.

Petra

Amman

Wadi Rum

Dead Sea & Red Sea

The Lost City of Petra

A visit to blush-coloured Petra is sure to be a memorable moment of your Jordan tour. Dating back to the 5th century BC, this ancient city was hidden to the wider world until it was rediscovered in 1812. And the UNESCO-protected site is so spectacular that it’s been named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

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Simply making your way towards Petra will fill you with anticipation, as you weave through the narrow Siq Gorge, flanked by towering walls. When you emerge, you’ll be met by the striking façade of the elaborate Al-Khazneh, also known as The Treasury. It’s the first of many well-preserved buildings, intricately carved out of the rose-hued mountains. You’ll also be able to see age-old tombs, temples and monasteries, all hidden among the surrounding desert and rust-coloured cliffs.

 

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Amman

Jordan’s capital, Amman is peppered with historical attractions. Most of our tours include at least one day here, allowing you plenty of time to visit the city’s famous landmarks. Perched on a hill, the ancient Amman Citadel is crammed with ruins, including the Roman remains of the Temple of Hercules, a 6,000-seat amphitheatre, and the 8th-century Umayyad Palace. And you can find out more about Jordan’s fascinating past in the Archaeological Museum, which is filled with centuries-old artefacts, like coins, tools, pottery and jewellery.

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 It’s also worth setting aside some time to explore the Downtown area. This is the beating heart of the city, where the streets are loud and bustling. Admire the Grand Husseini Mosque, browse scented souks, and immerse yourself in the shops lining King Talal Street. See the incredible exhibitions at the Museum of Jordan. And, in the evenings, you can take your pick from the authentic restaurants, serving delicious hot and cold mezze.

 

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Wadi Rum

Known to many as the scenic setting of blockbuster Lawrence of Arabia – and, more recently, The Martian – Wadi Rum is a dramatic expanse of desert, filled with striking sandstone formations and rolling dunes. Its lunar-like appearance has appropriately earned it the nickname ‘The Valley of the Moon’.

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This alien landscape might feel a million miles away from Jordan’s vibrant streets and laidback beaches, but it’s actually just an hour’s drive from the coastal city Aqaba. A lot of our Jordan tours include a 4x4 drive across Wadi Rum, giving you a glimpse into this timeless desert. Rolling along in your Jeep, you’ll pass dramatic cliffs and sheer-drop canyons, all surrounded by burnt-orange sands.

 

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Dead Sea & Red Sea

Jordan is famous for its historical attractions – but there are plenty of natural wonders here, too. The only coastal city in the country, Aqaba is fringed by the Red Sea and boasts year-round sunshine. It’s the perfect spot for a relaxing beach day or two, as you take some time out from sightseeing. The waters are filled with coral reefs, where you can snorkel or dive with tropical fish and turtles. Or, if you’d prefer, you can admire this underwater world from a glass-bottomed boat.

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But, if you only have one chance to go for a dip on your Jordan holiday, make sure it’s in the Dead Sea. The lowest point on Earth, this unique body of water is so salty that it’s physically impossible for you to sink. Instead, the dense salinity ensures that you’ll float on the surface. And the mineral-filled water is known to have all kinds of benefits, making this place feel like Mother Nature’s very own spa.

 

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Petra

The Lost City of Petra

A visit to blush-coloured Petra is sure to be a memorable moment of your Jordan tour. Dating back to the 5th century BC, this ancient city was hidden to the wider world until it was rediscovered in 1812. And the UNESCO-protected site is so spectacular that it’s been named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Show More
Show Less

Simply making your way towards Petra will fill you with anticipation, as you weave through the narrow Siq Gorge, flanked by towering walls. When you emerge, you’ll be met by the striking façade of the elaborate Al-Khazneh, also known as The Treasury. It’s the first of many well-preserved buildings, intricately carved out of the rose-hued mountains. You’ll also be able to see age-old tombs, temples and monasteries, all hidden among the surrounding desert and rust-coloured cliffs.

 

Show More
Show Less

Amman

Amman

Jordan’s capital, Amman is peppered with historical attractions. Most of our tours include at least one day here, allowing you plenty of time to visit the city’s famous landmarks. Perched on a hill, the ancient Amman Citadel is crammed with ruins, including the Roman remains of the Temple of Hercules, a 6,000-seat amphitheatre, and the 8th-century Umayyad Palace. And you can find out more about Jordan’s fascinating past in the Archaeological Museum, which is filled with centuries-old artefacts, like coins, tools, pottery and jewellery.

Show More
Show Less

 It’s also worth setting aside some time to explore the Downtown area. This is the beating heart of the city, where the streets are loud and bustling. Admire the Grand Husseini Mosque, browse scented souks, and immerse yourself in the shops lining King Talal Street. See the incredible exhibitions at the Museum of Jordan. And, in the evenings, you can take your pick from the authentic restaurants, serving delicious hot and cold mezze.

 

Show More
Show Less

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum

Known to many as the scenic setting of blockbuster Lawrence of Arabia – and, more recently, The Martian – Wadi Rum is a dramatic expanse of desert, filled with striking sandstone formations and rolling dunes. Its lunar-like appearance has appropriately earned it the nickname ‘The Valley of the Moon’.

Show More
Show Less

This alien landscape might feel a million miles away from Jordan’s vibrant streets and laidback beaches, but it’s actually just an hour’s drive from the coastal city Aqaba. A lot of our Jordan tours include a 4x4 drive across Wadi Rum, giving you a glimpse into this timeless desert. Rolling along in your Jeep, you’ll pass dramatic cliffs and sheer-drop canyons, all surrounded by burnt-orange sands.

 

Show More
Show Less

Dead Sea & Red Sea

Dead Sea & Red Sea

Jordan is famous for its historical attractions – but there are plenty of natural wonders here, too. The only coastal city in the country, Aqaba is fringed by the Red Sea and boasts year-round sunshine. It’s the perfect spot for a relaxing beach day or two, as you take some time out from sightseeing. The waters are filled with coral reefs, where you can snorkel or dive with tropical fish and turtles. Or, if you’d prefer, you can admire this underwater world from a glass-bottomed boat.

Show More
Show Less

But, if you only have one chance to go for a dip on your Jordan holiday, make sure it’s in the Dead Sea. The lowest point on Earth, this unique body of water is so salty that it’s physically impossible for you to sink. Instead, the dense salinity ensures that you’ll float on the surface. And the mineral-filled water is known to have all kinds of benefits, making this place feel like Mother Nature’s very own spa.

 

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