The Hashemite kingdom of Jordan is a spectacular country and tourist destination. Neighbouring Israel, it was an integral part of the “Holy Land” in antiquity.
See me presenting highlights of Jordan in this Video:
In cooperation with “Jordan Inspiration Tours“, I am happy to provide tours across Jordan.
Best would be about 8 days tour, as listed here:
Day 1 – Wadi Rum
Upon reaching Wadi Musa, go for the Petra Night Tour .
Day 2 – Petra
This day is all devoted to exploring Petra !.
Day 3 – Tomb of Aharon
Day 4 – Ma’in Hot Springs
Checking out we will visit “Ain Musa” / “Moses’ Spring” in Wadi Musa , and then head north. Our first stop will be the remarkable remains of the Mediavel castle of Shobak . Next we will descend to the area of the Dead Sea where we visit Lot’s Cave , and nearby explore the ruins of Bab Edh-Dhra which possibly relate to Biblical Sodom and Gomorrah.
At the end of the day we can for a swim at Ma’in Hot Springs , where we will also stay for the night.
O/N: Ma’in Hot Springs.
Day 5 – Mount Nebo
Next we ascend to the top of Mount Nebo where we will learn about Moses, and appreciate the remarkable collection of ancient mosaic floors. In front of the church one can also get a SPECTACULAR panorama of the “Promised Land“, the Land of Israel.
Day 6 – Machaerus
Our first stop today will be one of the most important sites in Christian history – Machaerus , the site where John the Baptist was executed, as a result of Saloma’s 7 scarfs dance..
Next we will drive to former capital of the Moabites, Dibon , where we will learn about the famouse Mesha Stele . Nearby we will visit another sites famed for its plethora of mosaic floors – Umm Ar-Rasas . Finally we will head for a stayover in the capital of Jordan – Amman .
Day 7 – Amman
O/N: Amman or Jerash.
Day 8 – Jerash
On our last day we will explore two significant and se very well preserved sites from Roman times – Gerasa and Gadara . From Gadara we will also be able to view into Syria, the Golan Heights, and the Sea of Galilee.
We will then head to the King Hussein Bridge, to cross back into Israel. If time and will permits, we will also visit ancient Pella/Tabaqat Pahl .