Your private chauffeur will meet you with a signage in the hotel lobby and then move directly to the fabulous ancient city of Petra. Carved into rose-red sandstone over 2000 years ago, you reach Petra via a narrow canyon from where you have the first view of the well-known, 40 meters high Treasury (Al-Khazneh).
If you are relaxing at the lowest point of the earth at the Dead Sea, don’t miss the marvelous Petra! A private tour from your hotel brings you directly to the amazing ancient city. Carved into a rose-red sandstone over 2000 years ago. With your private tour guide, you reach Petra via a narrow canyon from where you have the first glimpse to The Treasury (Al-Khazneh).
You will start from your Amman hotel and drive southwards to the rose-red city of Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. After visit this amazing site with the-Siq, the Treasury and the Royal Tombs with our guide, we drive in early afternoon to Dead Sea Beach. At the lowest point on earth, you will have some time to float on the salty waters before you return to Amman.
Expect a long day, but be rewarded with the unforgettable experience of the rock city of Petra. In the early morning, start from your Hammamat Ma'in Hotel and have a ride by an air-conditioned vehicle southwards to Petra. Visit this captivating city, built by the Nabatean Arabs thousands of years ago who carved an awe-inspiring facades in the colored sandstone and created this unique architecture.
The tour starts in the morning when we pick you up from Arava Border, the southern crossing connecting Israel and Jordan. We have a 1.5 hour drive to Petra. Enter the ancient city with your guide via a narrow gorge, and enjoy the impressing monuments like the Treasury, Street of Facades and the Royal Tombs that has been carved more than 2000 years ago in the red sandstone.
This private day tour brings you to 3 historical places. First stop is at Petra, Jordan’s top destination that attracts millions of tourist. See magnificent monuments and be amazed with the impressive structures. From here, we travel to town Madaba, to St. George where you see the 6th century’s popular Mosaic art. Last stop will be Mount Nebo where you enjoy the view of the Promised Land. Then, we return to Amman.
From capital Amman don’t miss the chance to visit the spectacular Petra. This private tour with English speaking driver brings you straight to the amazing ancient city, carved into rose-red sandstone over 2000 years ago. Meet your private local guide then start to discover the magical site. Learn the historical significance of Petra during the ancient times, in afternoon transfer to Dead Sea to end our service.
Leave your Dead Sea hotel with our English speaking driver. Upon reaching Petra, meet your professional guide who will accompany you to learn about the interesting facts and see the beauty of the magical Petra. Built by the Nabatean Arabs, Petra became important trade routes during the early days. Explore further to see monuments, tombs and more. Head back to Amman in the late afternoon.
Starting from Amman, this journey brings you to the magnificent Petra Archaeological Park. Discover the site with our private local guide, and view amazing monuments dated more than 2,000 years ago. From here, continue to the spectacular desert of Wadi Rum for a two hours jeep ride where you’ll see canyons, sand dunes and Nabatean rock inscriptions.
On this private tour you visit the Roman ruins of Jerash and Amman downtown. In Jerash, one of the cities of the Decapolis, you see the well-preserved remains of the Greco-Roman city Gerasa like the Forum and the Temple of Zeus. Then we go on a one hour drive back to Amman to the Citadel Hill in downtown with remains from 3 different periods and the Roman Theatre.
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel or residence and drive you to the city’s downtown. There, you visit the Citadel Hill with the remains of the Temple of Hercules, the Umayyad Palace and the small Archaeological Museum. You will view the Roman Theatre and have time to stroll in Jabal Amman. After that, we drive to the town of Salt, the only site to see Ottoman architecture in Jordan.
You visit the historical places in downtown Amman, the Citadel, the Archaeological Museum and the Roman Theatre. You have free time to stroll in the area before you proceed to a one hour drive to the Dead Sea Beach. With 400 meters below sea level and the lowest point on earth, you will have the chance to float on the salty waters and try the beauty benefits of the dark mud on its shores.
This tour combines two highlights in Jordan, the Roman ruins in Jerash and the Dead Sea. Jerash is located 1 hour north of Amman where you will see the Oval Plaza, The Temple of Artemis and the Roman Theatre. Spend an enjoyable afternoon at the Dead Sea. At the lowest point on earth, you will have the chance to float on the salty waters. Back your Amman hotel.
You will be picked up from your hotel and drive to Madaba, the town that is well known for its mosaic art from the Byzantine period. See the popular mosaic map of the Holy Land and then head to Mount Nebo that is believed to be the burial place of Prophet Moses. Next stop is the Dead Sea Beach, where you have free time to float above its salty waters.
Head to Madaba and view in St. George’s Church the mosaic map of the Holy Land from the 6th century. You get some free time in Madaba before we visit Mount Nebo with remains of an old church and panorama views over the Holy Land. End the day at the hot springs of Hammamat Ma’in, taking a bath in the public pools close to a waterfall. Return transfer to Amman.
This private tour covers the main sites around the Dead Sea area. Visit Machaerus, where John the Baptist was beheaded, the mosaic map of the Holy Land in Madaba, Mount Nebo as the burial sites of Prophet Moses, the Dead Sea Panoramic Complex and the Dead Sea Beach itself to get the opportunity to float on the salty water.
This tour encompasses important religious sites. You drive to the Jordan Valley to visit Bethany beyond Jordan, where Jesus Christ was baptized. Certainly you will not miss Mount Nebo, the burial site of Prophet Moses. You will visit St. George’s Church in Madaba, with the mosaic map of the Holy Land. Then you go to Machearus, where John the Baptist was imprisoned and beheaded.
If you want to be a little more active and experience nature’s beauty, then visit Wadi Mujib, the lowest nature reserve in the world. There, you will follow a water trail into a colorful gorge until you see a waterfall. Close by will be the Dead Sea Beach, inviting you for a leisurely stay before returning to Amman.
This tour is available only from 01 April until 31 October.
Take the opportunity to explore the north of Jordan in a day tour from Amman. You will start with the Greco-Roman ruins in Umm Quais, from there you will have a panoramic view over the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights. Stroll in Jerash, the city that was founded by Alexander the Great, and marvel at the Roman remains. After that, you will visit the Islamic castle in Ajloun.
You will be met with at your Amman hotel and drive in eastern direction to visit three of the Desert Castles; Kharana, Amra and Azraq. The castles were built in the Umayyad period between the 7th and 8th century. Amra castle is an UNESCO World Heritage Site due its fresco paintings. After, you visit the Wetland Reserve Azraq, a small oasis in this basalt desert.
Travel from Amman to Petra and seize the opportunity to use the scenic King’s Way, an ancient trade route, winding its way along important historical and religious sites. Following this road you will be able to visit the mosaic town Madaba and Mount Nebo. Have a photo stop in Wadi Mujib. Enjoy the view of the Dana Reserve and view the Crusader castle in Shobak.
Our driver will meet you in the morning to drive you to Bethany Beyond Jordan, also called Baptism Site, the place where Jesus Christ was Baptist. Next stop will be to the alleged burial site of Moses, Mount Nebo, where you will enjoy the view of the promised land. Short transfer to Madaba St. George Church that is famous for its 6th century Byzantine Mosaic map. End your day with a private transfer to your hotel.
In the morning, drive northwards to visit the best preserved ancient city of Jerash. With a local guide, visit the site to see colonnaded streets, Temples, Fountains, baths and more. Afterwards, you go to the capital city Amman, which was mentioned in the Bible as Rabbath Ammon. There, you visit the famous Citadel and Roman Theatre. Stroll to the busy Souqs and Jabal Amman. After that we will drive you back to your hotel at the Dead Sea.
This day tour will give you the opportunity to explore the northern part of Jordan. For our first stop, we will head to Umm Qais, where it is located on a hilltop, overlooking the Sea of Galilee and Jordan Valley. Then we move to Jerash that is popularly known as the well preserved Greco Roman city, there you will see the well preserved ruins dated 332 BC. End your tour visiting Ajloun Castle, built in 1184 AD, by Izz al-Din Usama, one of Salah al-Din’s general. Return to hotel.