Holiday Trip in Jordan

Enjoy Memorable Jordan Holiday Packages

Jordan, officially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is an Arab kingdom in Western Asia, on the East Bank of the Jordan River, and extending into the historic region of Palestine. Jordan, aka Lawrence's Arabia is amongst the most hospitable and welcoming countries in the world. In the Middle East, which has a reputation for being exceptionally male-oriented region, Jordan comes across as a cool gasp of equality. This country is famous for its pink Petra caves, Roman temples, glimpses of ancient Greek, amphitheatres & gateways and samples of Christian civilization. Whether you are interested in exploring history or enjoying delicious cuisines, Jordan is the right place for you! offers exclusive Jordan holiday packages for you to choose from and enjoy your holiday in this reviving country.
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Best Sightseeing Places in Jordan

Before visiting Jordan, you must know the best places you must visit during your Jordan vacation, so read on.

The Rose City of Petra:
The Rose City of Petra is a jewel in this country's gleaming archaeological crown, and is now listed as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. This ancient rock-carved sandstone monument gives off blue, orange, red and green hues.
Wadi Rum Desert :
An infinite, silent landscape of ancient riverbeds, amazing rock formations (known as jebels) and pastel-coloured stretches of sandy desert. You can explore the desert by taking 4X4 desert jeep ride through the heart of the stunning wadi, enjoy a traditional Jordanian grilled dinner and camp under the stars or in tents.
Aqaba :
Located on the tip of the Red Sea on the Gulf of Aqaba, the laid-back resort of Aqaba is the only gateway to the sea. This destination is known worldwide for its unspoiled sandy beaches, colorful reefs and clear waters studded with marine life. Aqaba is just the best place to enjoy sun, diving, snorkelling and swimming in the sea.
The Dead Sea :
Often referred to as the lowest point on the earth's surface, the Dead Sea is a mesmerizing natural phenomenon. Spanning the border between Israel and Jordan, the mineral content of this 75-km-long and 10-km-wide saltwater lake tops out at 33%, or about six times as salty as a normal ocean. But, the beauty of this place is simply amazing.
Roman Ruins of Jerash :
The second only to Petra in touristic appeal, the 2,000 year-old Graeco-Roman ruins of Jerash are recognized as one of the best-preserved member cities of the Decapolis, a confederation of 10 Graeco-Roman cities.
Other Tourist Attractions:
Some other places are Azraq & Shawmari, Karak, Jerash, Ajhun, Madaba, Hammamat Ma'in / Ma'in Hot Springs, Desert Castles, Dana and Pella etc. You can explore any of these destinations during your Jordan tour.

Best Time for Holidaying in Jordan

Jordan has hot dry summers (which get cool in the evenings) and very cold winters. Summer temperatures vary between 36o C (97 F) and 49° C (120F). While, winter temperatures vary from 12° C (54F) in Amman to 20° C (68 F) in Aqaba. Occasional snowfall and freezing cold winds occurs in the desert in winter that makes January the coldest month in Jordan. Most of the rainfall is between November and March. Therefore, the best time to visit Jordan is during spring and autumn. With this way, you get to avoid the summers and freezing winters. So, whenever you plan a Jordan travel, choose the most appropriate time.

Must Buy Things from Jordan

If you are a shopping freak, then Jordan won't disappoint you in any manner. The souk (also called as local market) is the best place to go shopping for souvenirs. Jordanian and Syrian crafts are nice-looking and make good gifts to take back home. The tiny bottles of coloured sand in intricate patterns from Petra are very famous and a must buy item. Other things that you can buy are Hebron glassware, embroidered tablecloths, woodwork in the form of chess sets and backgammon boards, cushions, quilts and kaftans, Bedouin rugs and tapestries, and also the mother of pearl boxes on your Jordan trip. Another special buy is intricate and exclusive filigreed gold and silver jewellery. You must note that shops are open from 8.30am to 1pm and 4pm to 6pm in summer (3:30pm to 5:30 pm in winter) daily except Friday. Friday is a weekly off for the market. Apart from the markets, you can go shopping for many of branded stuff in elite shopping malls located in Amman, the capital of Jordan.

Explore Options to Reach Jordan

Before booking your Jordan holiday packages, you must checkout the ways to reach this beautiful country. To know more, read on:
By Air
There are two major international airports serving Jordan, namely the Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman and King Hussein International Airport (KHIA) in Aqaba. Besides these, the Amman Civil Airport is also served by flights plying on the nearby international routes. All these airports offer solution to the query of how to reach Jordan. Air Arabia, Lufthansa, Etihad Airways, Emirates and Royal Jordanian are some of the carriers operating regular flights to Jordan.
By Road
One can take the Hejaz railway line from Damascus (Syria) to Amman – like the pilgrims on their way to Madinah often use it.
By Water/Sea
From the Red Sea port of Nuweibe in Egypt, passenger and car ferry service connects to the port Aqaba, twice a day. You can rent a car; take a taxi or a bus to any part of the country from Aqaba, which being the main port of Jordan is well connected.
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