Enjoy the Magnificent Petra, Wadi Rum, Aqaba, and the Dead Sea on this 4-night private tour of Jordan’s from Amman. Explore Amman’s Greco-Roman heritage, and gaze over the rugged Moab Desert. Visit St. George’s Church in Madaba and learn of the city’s biblical sites. Take in panoramic views over the Jordan Valley from Mount Nebo; enjoy a full day’s sightseeing in UNESCO–listed Petra, and explore Wadi Rum by 4×4.
Day 1: QAIA – Amman Hotel (D) 45 KM
Pickup from Queen Alia International Airport and transfer to your hotel in Amman, then enjoy diner in the hotel. Spend the evening at leisure.
Day 2: Amman Panoramic City Tour – Jerash – Ajlun – Amman (B, D) 140 KM
Pick up from hotel in Amman. Panoramic tour of the city, known as Philadelphia: a panoramic tour of the city center, downtown with its Roman Theater, traditional markets, churches, mosques, and the new modern city. Departure to Jerash, one of the most complete and best preserved of the Roman Empire. A walk through time visiting its streets, theaters, temples and other places like the Great Colonnade, the Arc of Triumph, the Oval Plaza, as well as the Temples of Zeus and Artemis. Proceed to Ajlun to visit the Islamic fortress of Saladin in 1185 A.D. Back to Amman Dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Amman – Wadi Rum – Petra (B, D) 275 KM
After breakfast, travel to Wadi rum to visit travel by coach with your guide to Wadi Rum, where scenes from Lawrence of Arabia were filmed. Swap your mode of transport for a spacious 4×4 jeep, and explore Wadi Rum in a convoy, riding over red-sand dunes and around the Granite Mountains that punctuate the desert landscape. Continue to Petra for Dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Petra – Amman (B, D) 245 KM
After breakfast, visit the Nabatean Red Rose City of Petra, Petra was craved from rose-red stone over 2,000 years ago to dominate the trade routes of ancient Arabia, Which is one of the 7 Wonders of the World. First, Walk the Siq, a Narrow Canyon Extending three-quarter of a mile (1.2 kilometers). At the end of the Siq, you will see the Treasury (Kaznaeh) – which was believed to hold countless treasures. Trace the path further into the gorge to see more of Petra’s stellar sights, including its rock-built theater, which once sat 3,000 spectators, and its cliff-sculpted Royal Tombs. Return to hotel Amman. Dinner and overnight at the hotel
Day 5: Amman – QAIA (B) 40 KM
After breakfast, Check out of your hotel and relax on a convenient airport drop-off at Amman Queen Alia International Airport at a time to fit your flight departure.