The Red Rose city of Petra and its Treasury that you can see as you come to the end of the Siq. Amman and its Citadel and King Abdallah Mosque. A camel or 4 wheel drive ride through the desert of Wadi Rum. The resort town of Aqaba. The unique experience of naturally floating in the Dead Sea. Madaba and the mosaic map of the Holy Land. The Roman ruins of Jerash. Mount Nebo, the supposed burial site
of Moses and its amazing views. The tunnels of Karak Castle. The Mansaf and Coffee.
The summer period between May to October can be hot and dry with temperatures increasing the further south you travel. The winter months can be cold with temperatures dropping to an average low of 3°C in January.
Jordanian Dinar (JOD).
Australian passport holders require a visa to enter Jordan. Visas can be obtained on arrival for a fee (except via the Wadi Araba crossing), however if passport details are received in advance, the visa fee can be waived.
The rest of Petra. It doesn’t end at the Treasury. There is also the Monastery and the many rock formations throughout the site. Don’t forget your walking shoes.
1. Private packages for personalized touring
2. Great selection of day tours
3. Regional touring with Israel and Egypt
4. 3 to 5 star packages and tours