Favorite Tours: Jordan Adventure

Day 1 – Amman

The programs listed here are to serve as inspiration for your upcoming adventure in the region.
As all of our programs are customized, we do not have fixed departure dates or prices.

This tour has been designed with adventure seekers in mind. The program includes Jordan’s highlights with a more active spin. Not only will you see the archaeological sites, but you will hike, camp and climb your way through some of the most beautiful nature reserves in the Kingdom of Jordan.

Arrival in Amman and transfer to your hotel.

Day 2 – Amman, Jerash, Dead Sea and the Wadi Mujib Chalets

Visit the amazing archeological museum at Amman’s Citadel before wandering the fruit markets near the ancient Nymphaeum, the spectacular Roman Amphitheater, and the Odeon of Amman.

Later, continue to Jerash, one of the best preserved Roman cities in the world. From the moment you walk through Hadrian’s magnificent arch you will encounter endless, Roman-style beauty.

From Jerash, you will continue to your Dead Sea chalet situated across from the amazing Wadi Mujib Canyon. Relax on your terrace or swim in the Dead Sea, where you will experience the surreal feeling of floating at the lowest point on earth!

Day 3 – Wadi Mujib and the Dana Nature Reserve

Mujib’s Canyon Trail is an amazing hike that includes assisted abseiling in the canyon’s waterfall. The hike is not difficult, but can be challenging at times. This three to four-hour hike will journey through the canyon’s high, multi-colored sandstone walls.

This afternoon, you will transfer to Dana Nature Reserve, which hosts thousands of flora and fauna species and employs the indigenous Jordanians in meaningful ventures.

Day 4 –Dana Nature Reserve

Today you will enjoy a spectacular downhill walk from Dana to Feynan through the sandstone gorge of Wadi Dana, where you will spot a variety of birds and lizards and stay overnight at the Feynan Ecolodge, one of the fifty best eco-lodges in the world (National Geographic Adventure Magazine).

Day 5 – Dana Nature Reserve, Shobak, and Wadi Musa (Petra)

Shobak is a 12th century crusader castle set atop a romantic hilltop far from the typical tourist traffic. The edifice is well-preserved and lends insight to the crusader history of Jordan.

This afternoon, you will arrive in Petra, the world’s largest archaeological site, covering over 264,000 square meters. You will enter the site through the Siq and climb to the ‘High Place of Sacrifice’ while accompanied by a local guide with in-depth knowledge of the famed ‘Rose Red City’.

Day 6 – Little Petra and Ad Deir

Much of Nabatean history is unknown, but Little Petra lends great insight into the rituals and practices of this ancient civilization. You will be guided in this site and then brought through the back entrance of Petra to its largest rock cut façade, the Monastery (Ad -Deir).

Day 7 – Wadi Rum

Spend your morning on a beautiful jeep safari in the desert TE Lawrence once called “Vast, echoing and God-like”. Wadi Rum is a breathtaking and massive nature reserve, spreading over 720,000 square kilometers. You will enjoy an evening under the stars with your Bedouin hosts at a shared camp within the reserve. The camp will provide you with basic amenities and a comfortable bed in a typical goat hair tent.

Day 8 – To Aqaba/Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula

This morning you will be transferred from Wadi Rum to the port city of Aqaba. Aqaba is not only a flourishing Middle Eastern port but also a bustling Red Sea resort town, popular mostly with Arab tourists. It is here that you will board your ferry to Nuweiba.

Once you arrive in Nuweiba you will be met by an Egyptian representative and transferred to the burgeoning backpacker haven of Dahab for your chance at some relaxation, snorkeling, diving, quad biking, kite surfing, or windsurfing.