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Whether you choose the historical sights of Amman and Petra, the beach resort of Aqaba on the Red Sea or the relaxing spa resort of the Dead Sea, you can be assured that our expert staff will be able to assist you in making a trip to this fascinating country one of a lifetime.

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Amman is the capital and is a perfect blend of old and new nestling on a hillside between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley. The downtown area of the city is a fascinating place to explore and there is evidence of the city's much older past everywhere you turn.
Places of interest downtown include the restored Roman Theatre which dates back to the 2nd Century AD and the Roman Forum, a public square bordered by the theatre and the Odeon which was the largest of the Empire. Whilst, the thriving commercial district boasts amenities that can be found in any modern day city from internationally renowned hotels to art galleries and shopping centres

The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea has been known since Biblical times for its health giving properties. With much of the landscape virtually unchanged since ancient times this is an ideal spot for a peaceful break.
The Dead Sea lies in the Jordan Valley at the lowest point on earth. The natural salt levels of the Dead Sea are so high it keeps you afloat without having to move a muscle. Relax in the calm waters and marvel at the fact that you cannot sink! Spend the time sunbathing, swimming or treat yourself to some of the many spa treatments on offer especially the well-known healing powers of the minerals from the sea bed.


Petra is perhaps one of Jordan's most famous attractions, lost to the world for centuries, it is an entire city carved in stone over 2000 years ago and was once the thriving capital of the Nabataean Kingdom that established itself as the centre of trade between the ancient East and West.
Petra is now a UNESCO world heritage site and it is a truly enchanting place. The site is accessed by walking through a long narrow gorge called a siq which leads to Petra's most famous monument the Treasury. Petra is strewn with hundreds of buildings, tombs, temples and colonnaded streets - as well an open air theatre, an enormous 1st century Monastery and a museum, all of which can be explored at leisure.

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum the largest and most magnificent of Jordan's desert landscapes, this is a stupendous, timeless place, virtually untouched by humans. Steeped in the legend of Lawrence of Arabia it is a maze of sandstone rocks rising up from the desert floor to heights of 1,750 metres. Visitors can enjoy the tranquillity of boundless empty spaces, explore canyons and water holes to discover 4000 year old rock drawings and the many other spectacular treasures this vast wilderness holds in store.
There are several options for exploring Wadi Rum. You can take a trip by 4x4 vehicles, driven by local Bedouins who will drive for two or three hours into the Wadi system to explore some of the best known sites. Alternatively you can a stay under the stars in a Bedouin tent, where you can enjoy a traditional campfire meal accompanied by Arabic music.


This year round resort has something to offer for everyone and is a popular destination for all age groups. Aqaba lies at the southern end of Jordan, where the desert merges with the crystal clear blue waters of the Red Sea. Aqaba makes an ideal place in which to relax with some excellent hotels and a good selection of shops, restaurants and cafes. There are a wide range of activities to indulge in from diving and snorkelling to desert safaris.
The new resort of Tala Bay can be found about 20 minutes drive from Aqaba and offers a lovely marina, great restaurants and some excellent hotels. Further afield trips can be taken to the fascinating rose red city of Petra, the stunning natural landscapes in Wadi Rum and the lowest point on earth at the Dead Sea.