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Jordan shares borders with Palestine, Israel, the Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. It occupies a geographically significant location between three continents (Asia, Europe, and Africa).

Although Jordan is a small country it has played a historically significant role in the struggle for power in the Middle East, partly because of its strategic location on the crossroads of what Christians, Jews, and Muslims call the Holy Land.

Western travelers have been exploring the Middle East for well over a century, but Jordan remains still quite new to travelers.
Welcoming only a fraction of the numbers who visit Egypt and Israel. Jordan's popular image abroad encompasses much more than camels, deserts, and Bedouin culture.

There is so many sites and activities in Jordan ranging from mountains, beaches, castles, ancient churches, its people, and rich culture.

In Jordan many come to visit the remains of cities, before Christ was born; hike along ancient trails and roads mentioned in the Old Testament and through a landscape that has changed little in the last 2,000 years.