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7 Days / 6 Nights
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Best 7 Day Jordan Tour, From Aqaba To Amman

Welcome to Jordan! This 7-day Jordan Tour will take you on a journey through some of the country’s most iconic sights and hidden gems. Starting in Aqaba, a vibrant coastal city on the Red Sea, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the underwater world of the Red Sea, relax on the beach, and experience the culture of the local Bedouin community.

From there, you’ll travel to the ancient city of Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, where you’ll discover the remarkable architecture and history of the Nabataean civilization. Next, you’ll visit the stunning desert landscape of Wadi Rum, where you’ll have the chance to ride a camel, sleep under the stars, and experience the hospitality of the Bedouin people. Finally, you’ll end your journey in the lively capital city of Amman, where you’ll explore the city’s historical sites, sample the local cuisine, and experience the vibrant culture of modern Jordan. This 7-day Jordan Tour is designed to give you a taste of the best that Jordan has to offer, from ancient ruins to natural wonders to modern cities, all in just seven days. So sit back, relax, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!

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1455 USD per person in a twin/double room (2-16 people).

2330 USD for a single traveler (traveling alone).

Price Includes

  • Meet and assist service upon arrival
  • Transfers as per the itinerary by modern air-conditioned vehicles
  • 5 nights accommodation at 5 star standard hotels on Bed & Breakfast basis
  • 01 night camping in a bubbles tent with dinner in Wadi Rum.
  • Entrance fess for historical sites as per the itinerary
  • Three hours jeep tour in Wadi Rum with lunch
  • Local tour guides for historical sites
  • Three hours Shaq Al Reesh hiking trail in Dana Nature Reserve
  • All services charges and local taxes

Price Excludes

  • International flights
  • Arrival visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Meals and drinks when not included
  • Any optional tour

Children Policy

  • Children from 0 – 5 years are free of charge
  • Children from 6 – 11 years get 50% off
  • Children from 12 years are considered adults
Highlights of this 7-day Jordan tour
  • Exploring the Red Sea underwater world in Aqaba
  • Discovering Petra, one of the seven modern wonders of the world
  • Visiting and camping Wadi Rum with its stunning desert landscape and rock formations
  • Exploring Amman, Jordan's capital city with a vibrant hub of culture, history, and modernity
  • Sampling local cuisine, the Jordanian cuisine is a delicious blend of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavors
Itinerary
7 Day Jordan Tour, From Aqaba To Amman

Day 1 Arrival in Aqaba, Jordan

Arrival at King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba, Jordan. Egypt Best Vacations airport representative will be waiting for you to assist with visa procedures. The airport representative will walk you through customs and down to the luggage hall. Afterwards, meet with your driver in the arrival hall. The driver will be holding a name sign. Arrive in Aqaba and check into your hotel and enjoy your first day of your 7-day Jordan tour free. (early check -in is subject to availability)

Aqaba is the only coastal city in Jordan known for its beaches, coral reefs, and historic sites. Visit the Mamluk Castle of Aqaba, a Mamluk and Ottoman fortified caravanserai on the pilgrimage route to Mecca and Medina, which dates to the 16th century. The Aqaba Archaeological Museum is located close to the fort. Originally the palace of Sharif Hussein Bin Ali, the founder of the Hashemite dynasty, the museum houses artefacts dating back to 4000 BCE. Finally, we visit the Aqaba Aquarium to explore the aquatic wonders of the Red Sea including Lionfish, parrotfish, moray eels, turtles, and lethal stonefish.

Day 2Petra

Drive to the very famous Petra known as the Rose Red City. This remarkable city of temples and houses was carved out of sheer rock some 2,000 years ago by a nomadic people called the Nabataeans. From this stone stronghold, they were able to control the ancient trade routes of Arabia, establishing a kingdom that became known for its exquisite architecture and refined culture. Making your way on foot through a slim fissure in the rock of the ‘Siq’ mountains you will encounter the dramatic treasury plus the Street of Facades, the Court House and the Amphitheatre. If there is time you can even climb the 1,200 steps to the Monastery. Stay overnight in Petra or nearby Wadi Musa.

Day 3Wadi Rum Jeep & Overnight

Visit the Wadi Rum desert, the largest and most magnificent of Jordan’s desert landscapes. Lawrence of Arabia was filmed here amongst the massive rock outcrops. Experience this vast wilderness abroad 4×4 vehicles with scheduled stops for you to climb up the sand dunes, explore the narrow canyons in the cliff and climb onto the rock bridges. 

Dinner & overnight in the desert camp after the jeep ride.

Day 4Petra - Dana - Dead Sea

Drive to Dana Nature Reserve, is home to wildlife, jaw-dropping landscapes, and thousands of years of history. Hike through a series of trails which take in a variety of sights from canyon scenery, ancient copper mines local villages such as Dana village which has been inhabited since around 4000 BC; there is evidence to suggest that Paleolithic, Egyptian, Nabataean, and Roman civilizations have all settled in the area, utilizing the fertile soil, water springs and strategic location. Today a small agricultural community still lives here, concentrating on growing fruit and olives and on the small-scale production of organic preserves.

Continue to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, and check into your hotel. The Dead Sea has attracted visitors from around the Mediterranean Basin for thousands of years. As one of the world’s first health resorts Herod the Great was said to have bathed here. Here you can spend your time sunbathing, swimming, or treating yourself to some of the many spa treatments on offer, especially the well-known healing powers of the minerals from the seabed.

Day 5Dead Sea - Jerash – Ajloun Castle – Dead Sea

Your 7-day Jordan tour will take you to visit Jordan’s largest and most interesting Roman site. The imposing ceremonial gates, colonnaded avenues, temples, and theatres all speak to the time when this was an important imperial center. You will then continue to the nearby Ajloun Castle, a 12th-century fortress built as a military watch post that protected the trade routes in the 12th-15th centuries. It was first built in 1184 by one of Saladin’s generals, Izzeddin Usama Mungidh, to repel the Crusader threats to north Jordan.
Return to the Dead Sea for an overnight stay.

Day 6Dead Sea - Madaba - Mount Nebo - Amman

Your tour will then to visit Saint George’s Church, this 19th-century Greek Orthodox church houses a treasure of early Christianity. Found on this site was a stunning mosaic map, crafted in 560 AD. The map represents the oldest map of Palestine in existence it has 157 captions (in Greek) depicting all the major biblical sites of the Middle East, from Egypt to Palestine.

Following this we will visit Mount Nebo where Moses is said to have stood and overlooked the Holy Land and where according to Christian tradition Moses was buried. Followed by a visit to the nearby Mount Nebo, where Moses is said to have seen the Promised Land. Continue to Amman, the capital city of Jordan, and check into your hotel and enjoy your final night of your 7-day Jordan tour itinerary.

Day 7End of your 7-day Jordan tour from Aqaba to Amman

Spend the day exploring Amman, including the Citadel which is the site of ancient Rabbath-Ammon. Occupied since the Bronze Age, it’s surrounded by a long wall, which was rebuilt many times during the Bronze and Iron Ages, as well as the Roman, Byzantine and Umayyad periods. The Citadel’s most striking sights are the Temple of Hercules and the Ummayad Palace. The Roman Amphitheater is cut into the northern side of a hill and has a seating capacity of 6000. Built during the reign of Antoninus Pius c.2nd century AD.

The Jordan Museum houses the oldest-known human statues (modern 9500-year-old plaster mannequins of Ain Ghazal), Jordan’s share of the Dead Sea Scrolls, including the Copper Scroll, and a reproduction of the Mesha Stele artefacts from prehistoric archaeological sites in Jordan.
End with some shopping in the local markets before your departure.

Wrap your 7-day Jordan tour with a transfer to Queen Alia Airport for final departure.

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