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From the calm and beautiful landscapes of Wadi Rum to the teeming urban capital of Amman, from the majestic ruins of Petra’s past civilizations to the timeless splendour of the Dead Sea. Jordan is a unique destination with its mysterious and majestic sites. For a breathtaking experience, head to this colourful destination: Petra la Rose, Amman la Blanche, and not to mention the gold of the desert! Guaranteed change of scenery!
The splendor of Petra
An unusual swim in the Dead Sea
Warm welcome of the Bedouins, night and evening in the Wadi Rum desert
Tasting the different typical Jordanian dishes
The 4x4 hike in Wadi Rum to admire the splendour of this thousand-year-old desert.
Enjoy the culinary experience with the typical Bedouin dish "The ZARB", cooked in the heat of the desert sand
Lunch in a Bedouin camp to discover the meaning of hospitality and Bedouin gastronomy.
Traditional dinner in a local restaurant, to enjoy the delights of Jordanian cuisine.
QAIA - AmmanFlight to Amman, the Jordanian capital. Dinner on board. Welcome to the airport and transfer to your hotel. Set up and night the hotel.
Amman - Iraq el Amir - Salt - AmmanBreakfast. Departure for the visit of Iraq Al Amir, a great Hellenistic site, known for its 2nd century BC palace. Continue to the city of Salt to discover an authentic city with its yellow stonethumped houses of Jerusalem, from the Time of the Ottomans. It was the first Jordanian capital for a short time. A walk will allow you to discover the city and one of the largest houses that has been transformed into a museum that relates the history of Jordanian life since the time of the Ottomans.. Also, you will have the opportunity to wander the commercial streets where you can make your purchases including spices. Finally you will enjoy a good lunch in Salt at home or in a restaurant depending on availability. Continue to Amman fordinnerand overnight atthe hotel.
Amman - Jérash - City Tower - AmmanBreakfast. Departure for the visit of the city Jerash. It is the second largest site in Jordan after Petra. Today, considered one of the best preserved Roman cities in the Near East. Hidden under the sand for several centuries, it was discovered and restored for 70 years. The city was built entirely in an orange pink limestone, dazzled by the rays of the sun at dawn and sunset. You can admire the treasures of this Roman city with: its streets paved with colonnades, huge temples and theaters, its baths and fountains as well as its pierced walls. After lunch, back to Amman. City tour to discover the secrets of the Jordanian capital. Built on seven hills, between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley, Amman takes its name from the Ammonites, a people descended from Abraham. On this vast hill you can admire, a sumptuous view of the city of Amman and the treasures of its historic center, which are its citadel and its Roman acropolis. Traditional farewell dinner in a local restaurant, to savoir the delights of Jordanian cuisine. back to the hotel
Amman - Route of the Kings - Madaba -Mount Nebo - Kérak - PétraBreakfast at the hotel and departure to the Route of the Kings for the visit of Madaba. Also called the city of mosaics, this Byzantine bishopship has 14 churches of major artistic value that also housed extraordinary schools of mosaics. You will discover st. George's Church in Madaba with its map of Palestine exhumed in 1898 during the construction of the church. This mosaic from the middle of the 6the century, barely altered, traces the geography of the Byzantine Near East. Then you will visit Mount Nebo, 10 km northwest of Madaba. Moses left the plains of Moab and ascended to the top of Mount Nebo. Culminating at 840 m above sea level, the mountain became a universal pilgrimage site from the beginning of the Christian era. Before leaving this city you will have a short visit for one of the mosaic workshops. Continuation to the city of Kerak. Lunch. Then visit the fortress of the crusader era built around 1140 under the direction of Payen bottle it, the crusaders called it the Krak of the Mohabites. The castle is located to the south of a rocky plateau, it is a fine example of crusader architecture mixing the European, Byzantine and Arab style. Continue to Petra via the desert road. Dinner and night at the hotel
PetraBreakfast at the hotel and departure for a day of visit entirely devoted to Petra, the pink city. Geology is indeed the origin of the red city, entirely carved from soft sandstone. What is reflected on the site today is the work of man for ten thousand years. Nearly 800 monuments dot Petra over 100 square kilometres. It is the Eighth Wonder of the World, it is declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it is the most famous site of Jordan and the Middle East. You will cross the Siq, narrow and long fault due to a prehistoric earthquake. At the end of the Siq, suddenly appears Petra's most majestic monument, "Al Khazneh" or the "Treasure" with Greco-Roman decoration. This city is breathtakingly beautiful... Beyond the Treasury, there are hundreds of carved buildings, temples, royal tombs, baths, arch-shaped doors, cobbled streets and above all The Roman Theatre with about 3000 seats. You will cross Le Cardo Romain and visit the Qasr El Bint, the only temple still standing and in a remarkable state of conservation. Lunch at the site restaurant. Afternoon free, ascent to the monastery El Deir to admire the masterpiece of the site, "The Monastery" if your physical condition will allow you). Back to the hotel. Dinner and night at the hotel
Petra - little Petra -Wadi RumBreakfast at the hotel and departure to the "little Petra" for a final visit to this majestic site! Then you will take the road to the Wadi Rum desert. If Petra is the result of man's work combined with that of nature; the cliffs, peaks and valleys of Wadi Rum owe their serene beauty and overwhelming grandeur according to T. E. Lawrence to themselves. This site is one of the highlights of the Great Arab Revolt, magnified by director David Lean in one of the most impressive scenes of his film Lawrence of Arabia. Lunch in a Bedouin camp to discover the meaning of hospitality and Bedouin gastronomy. In the afternoon, you will go hiking in a 4X4 pick-up to admire the splendor of this thousand-year-old Wadi Rum desert. Dinner and night at the Eco-Lodge.
Wadi Rum - The Dead Sea - AmmanBreakfast at the camp. Departure for theDead Sea, the lowest point in the world with 417 meters below sea level and is recognized as the richest treasure in the world of natural salts! Rich in minerals, this water is known to treat certain diseases. It is also known for literally floating people due to its salt content. The Dead Sea is not only a sightseeing tour, but a visit to relax and allow you to swim on the shores of this extraordinary sea. Lunch at the lowest point in the world. In the afternoon, return to Amman by road. Dinner and night at the hotel.
Amman- QAIATransfer to the airport and flight to France.
Reception and assistance on arrival and departure, before customs and after customs, for groups and individuals.
“Free visa fees provided you provide us with passport copies 1 week before departure.
Please note, for any flight modification (cancellation or delay), it is imperative to contact the emergency numbers provided in our voucher so that our partner can be present at the airport to guarantee the exemption of costs. Otherwise, the customer may have to pay the costs on site (non-refundable). ”
Accommodation in a standard double room in the hotels mentioned in 3 * or 4 * with half board.
Lunches during the visits according to the program.
Transport according to the number of people in modern (vehicle, van, mini, medium or large coach).
Permanent French-speaking guide during day trips.
Entrance fees to sites according to the program.
Local 4X4 pick-up (Jeep) tour to Wadi Rum for approximately 1.5 hours.
A free bottle of water on the bus during the tours.
Meals and drinks not mentioned in the program.
Any optional service not described in the tour.
The supplement of the carriage ride in Petra.
Airline tickets, optional insurance.
“In Jordan, tips are customary for everyone involved in your tour, it constitutes a significant part of their salary.
A tip of 25 dinars (approx. 32 €) per person will be requested by the guide at the start of the tour to be divided between restaurateurs, hoteliers, waiters, porters, 4×4 drivers, staff in Wadi Rum as well as the coach driver. This tip is requested at the start of the circuit in order to facilitate the organization and redistribution in a fair manner.
As for the tip for the guide, it is customary to give it back at the end of the tour and is left to your discretion.
Again, it constitutes the majority of his salary.
As an indication, it takes € 3 per day and per person, you are free to give more or less, but in any case know that it will be greatly appreciated! “
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