With gorgeous diving in the Red Sea, awesome scenic transformations from region to region, and rare pre-Islamic ruins that have survived the test of time, Jordan has a little something of everything.
Castles left abandoned by Crusaders from Europe, Roman ruins of antiquity preserved better than anywhere else in the region, and of course, Petra – Jordan’s most renowned sight – the ruins of a civilization that pre-dated all Abrahamic religions, Jordan is an understated paradise for those with a bent towards historical tourism. And that’s not all that Jordan has to offer: with coasts both to the Red Sea and the Dead Sea, as well as nature reserves and mountains of Biblical and Quranic significance, Jordan is a prime destination for those seeking a more ecologically-oriented adventure too. Coupled with the deeply hospitable nature of Jordanians, and a sense of stability that few in the region can boast of, Jordan rewards the casual traveller with much to see.
Surprise yourself with accessible glory at the Roman Theatre in Amman, one of the world’s best-preserved ruins of the Roman Empire.
Admire the commitment of the Crusaders at the Karak and Shobak Castles, Jordan’s best Crusader sights.
Refresh your body with a dip in the Black Sea, the world’s mineral-rich lowest point.
Swim around the coral kingdoms of the Red Sea, taking advantage of one of the world’s clearest seas for a wonderful wildlife adventure.
Take an excursion into a hamaam, a traditional bathhouse, or go to Qusayr Amra for a more artistically charged bathhouse experience.
Steer clear of sharp edges as you find yourself on a journey to Petra, possibly the most distinctive ruins of the Middle East after the Pyramids of Giza.
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