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Highlights of Amman

Check off the highlights of Amman on a half-day private tour of Jordan’s capital city. You’ll be collected from your hotel and taken to the Citadel on a hill with views over downtown Amman. Here, there’s a chance to see the Umayyad Palace complex, the Temple of Hercules, and the Byzantine Church. You also see the Roman Theatre, a splendidly restored remnant cut into a hill with seats for 6,000 and thought to have been built in the 2nd century AD.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Discover the Dead Sea

Spend a full day on a private tour of the Dead Sea with time to swim in the lake and enjoy lunch at a local hotel. You’ll be collected from your Amman hotel for a journey that’ll take an hour or so, then experience what it’s like to float in the densely salty and soothingly warm waters, the lowest lake on earth, on a visit to the Dead Sea. Lunch at the Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dead Sea is included before your return to Amman.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Discover the Dead Sea and Al-Maghtas Baptism Site

Spend a full day on a private tour of the Dead Sea with time to swim and lunch at a local hotel, then visit the religiously significant Al-Maghtas Baptism Site. You’ll be collected from your Amman hotel for a journey that’ll take an hour or so, ready for a morning on the shores of the Dead Sea. Experience what it’s like to float in the densely salty and warm waters, the lowest lake on earth. Lunch at the Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dead Sea is included before you pay a visit to the Baptism site of Jesus of Nazareth – Al-Maghyas – a landmark of the origin of Christianity. Stroll along a peaceful path and explore Roman and Byzantine sites before returning to your hotel in Amman.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Explore Jerash and the Dead Sea

Spend a full day visiting the ancient city of Jerash, then float on the wonderous waters of the Dead Sea. You’ll be collected from your hotel in Amman and visit Jerash, a city that flourished under Roman rule and is considered one of the best Roman provincial towns anywhere in the world. It was buried in sand and hidden for centuries before its excavation over the past 70 years, allowing visitors to trace its streets, temples, theatres, and plazas. You’ll continue to the Dead Sea’s salt-dense and soothingly warm waters and experience floating on the lowest lake on earth. Lunch at the Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dead Sea is included before your return to Amman.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Highlights of Jerash

Spend half a day on a private tour of Jerash, a fascinating ancient city once hidden beneath the sand. You’ll be collected from your hotel in Amman and visit Jerash, a rediscovered city that flourished under Roman rule. Its excavation over the past 70 years allows visitors to trace its streets, temples, theatres, and plazas. Explore Jerash’s South and North Theatres, the vast 15,000-seat Hippodrome, and the Nymphaeum, where water once cascaded through carved lion heads. Stroll along the remarkable colonnaded street, Cardo Maximus, which forms the architectural spine of Jerash. A guide will point out key sites and highlights, with information complemented by the Jerash Archaeological Museum, which houses collections from the Neolithic to the Mameluk.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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North Jordan Discovery

Spend a full day on a private tour to visit key locations in North Jordan, including the ancient city of Jerash, Ajloun Castle, Pella, and Umm Qais. You’ll be collected from your hotel in Amman and taken to Jerash, an ancient city that flourished under Roman rule and is considered one of the best Roman provincial towns anywhere in the world. It was buried beneath sand and hidden for centuries. Today, visitors can trace its streets, temples, theatres, and plazas. Explore the South and North Theatres and the vast 15,000-seat Hippodrome, and marvel at the Nymphaeum, where water once cascaded through carved lion’s heads. Stroll along the remarkable colonnaded street, Cardo Maximus, which forms the architectural spine of Jerash. You’ll continue to Ajloun Castle, a military tower that protected ancient trade routes. Then it’s on to Pella, an archaeological site set in hills overlooking the Jordan Valley with ruins dating back 6000 years and known for its classical theatre, bathhouse, and nymphaeum. Umm Qais is your final stop to look at this vital cultural centre home to classical poets and philosophers before returning to your hotel in Amman.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Highlights of Petra

Few people visit Jordan without experiencing the wonders of Petra. This full-day tour from Amman allows you to see the highlights on a private tour. Petra is around a three-hour drive from Amman, but when you arrive, you’re treated to incredible sights that make the journey worthwhile. This 2,000-year-old city is the legacy of the Nabataeans, admired for their culture and architecture. Half-built and half-carved into rock set in a red sandstone landscape, you’ll enter through the high-walled Siq, a canyon leading to the Treasury, perhaps the most recognisable of Petra’s sights. Before returning to Amman, there’s enough time to explore Petra’s glorious architecture and soak up the atmosphere of one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Amman Street Food

Taste the irresistible flavours of Jordan on a half-day private food tour. You’ll venture into the city with a guide from your hotel in Amman. There’ll be a variety of local dishes to try, perhaps falafel and mansaf (the national lamb dish) or knafeh – a sweet treat made with cheese and pistachio. You’ll get insight into the food culture of Jordan, soaking up the city atmosphere as you go.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Amman Street Food and City Tour

Taste Jordan's food and visit Amman's main sights on a full-day private city tour. You’ll venture into the city with a guide from your hotel in Amman, beginning your city discovery by tasting the delicious food. There’ll be a variety of local dishes to try, perhaps falafel and mansaf (the national lamb dish) or knafeh – a sweet treat made with cheese and pistachio. You’ll get insight into the food culture of Jordan, soaking up the city atmosphere as you go. Next, you’ll visit the Citadel on a hill with views over downtown Amman. Here, there’s a chance to see the Umayyad Palace complex, the Temple of Hercules, and the Byzantine Church. You’ll also see the Roman Theatre, a splendidly restored remnant cut into a hill with seats for 6,000.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Arabian Cooking Class

Learn how to cook an authentic Arabic feast in a family home within one of Amman’s historic neighbourhoods under the watchful eye of an accomplished chef. Over a few hours, you’ll follow recipes handed down through generations to create a traditional main course, side dish, salad, and dessert, learning more about delicious Arabic flavours. Then you’ll settle down to enjoy your feast on the terrace or dining room.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Discover Al-Maghtas Baptism Area

Join a two-hour visit to the religiously significant Al Maghyas. A private transfer will collect you from your hotel in the Dead Sea area to pay a visit to the Baptism site of Jesus of Nazareth – Al-Maghyas – a landmark moment of the origin of Christianity. Stroll along a peaceful path and explore Roman and Byzantine sites before returning to your hotel.

• Daily departures from the Dead Sea
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Explore Petra

Visit the mystical sights of Petra on a private tour. You’ll be collected from your hotel to visit Petra, a 2,000-year-old city that is the legacy of the Nabataeans and is admired for its culture and architecture. Half-built and half-carved into the rock in a red sandstone landscape, you’ll enter through the high-walled Siq, a canyon leading to the impressive Treasury, perhaps the most recognisable of Petra’s sights. Before returning to the Dead Sea, there’s enough time to explore Petra’s glorious architecture.

• Daily departures from the Dead Sea, Petra & Aqaba
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Explore Petra & Little Petra

Appreciate the majesty of Petra and Little Petra on a full-day tour. This 2,000-year-old city is the legacy of the Nabataeans, admired for their culture and architecture. Half-built and half-carved into rock set in a red sandstone landscape, you’ll enter through the high-walled Siq, a canyon leading to the Treasury, perhaps the most recognisable of Petra’s sights. There’s enough time to explore Petra’s glorious architecture and venture to Little Petra, or Beidha, a neolithic village.

• Daily departures from Petra
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Experience Petra at Night

Visit Petra at its most atmospheric when lit by 1,800 candles after sunset. You’ll be collected from your hotel after dark, ready to explore Petra. Follow the candlelit trail along the Siq to the Treasury and listen to the beautiful music. You’ll have 90 minutes to explore this Nabatean marvel, created by the Arab people more than 2,000 years ago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.

• Departs Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from Petra
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Highlights of Aqaba

Get to know Aqaba better on a tour of the city’s highlights. Your tour begins at Sharif Hussein bin Ali Mosque, a magnificent white mosque with delicate windows and impressive minarets. Inside, you’ll appreciate its tranquillity and elegance. Next, you’ll explore The Aqaba Archaeological Museum in the Aqaba house of Sherif Hussein Bin Ali, which houses a collection representing the Islamic periods from the mid-7th to the beginning of the 12th century AD. You’ll visit the oldest church in the Middle East, believed to date from the late 3rd century AD, and see the Ayla ruins excavated in the mid-19th century and give a glimpse into historic Islamic empires. Before returning to your hotel, there’s time to visit the Souq and the south beach of Aqaba or watch the fish at the city’s aquarium.

• Daily departures from Aqaba
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Aqaba Cooking Class

Spend the evening exploring a local bazaar and cooking traditional dishes over a wood fire. You’ll be collected from your hotel in the late afternoon and head to the Aqaba Women's Society to visit the local women's bazaar showcasing handmade crafts. Then your Bedouin cooking experience begins, where you can join in the cooking or watch Bedouin sajieh being cooked over the wood fire. You’ll try the chicken, veal, or fish variety, served with mutabbal, an eggplant dish, and sip a special tea cooked over the fire. An Aqaba traditional sweet treat follows dinner and ends a memorable evening in Jordan.

• Daily departures from Aqaba
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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Explore the Mosaic City and Mount Nebo

Venture to the highest point in the ancient Kingdom of Moab on a half-day tour to Madaba and Mount Nebo. A private transfer will collect you from your hotel in Amman and take you to Madaba, known as the City of Mosaics and considered the cultural epicentre for Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics. While it mostly lies in ruins, it’s a fascinating place to explore and understand more about its religious significance and wander the streets to peruse handicrafts. It’s believed that Moses died on Mount Nebo. As well as understanding the religious significance of this location, you’ll also get a fantastic view over the Dead Sea, the Jordan Valley, and perhaps even Jerusalem’s skyline on a clear day.

• Daily departures from Amman
• Operates year-round
• Private experience

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