Private excursions in Jordan

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Interesting facts about Jordan

Whether you're traveling to Jordan for the first time or looking for a new place to visit, there are several cities in Jordan you can explore. These cities include the Dead Sea, Irbid, Amman, Salalah, Ma'in Hot Springs, and Wadi Rum.


Located in the Dhofar governorate of Jordan, Salalah is a place of natural beauty. The city is surrounded by the magnificent Qana Mountains and offers many tourist attractions.

Salalah is home to many tombs that are very important to Islam. One of the tombs is that of the Prophet Hud. The tomb is very large and impressive. It is also one of the largest tombs in the world.

Another impressive tomb is that of Prophet Hood. The tomb is large enough to hold a family group. It is also one of the most beautiful tombs in the world.

The Khareef (storm) festival is a spectacular event that attracts visitors from around the world. The festivities include a show and stalls selling souvenirs. The festival is held from July 15 to August 31. The festival is open to all.

The city also has one of the largest mosques in the Dhofar region. The Sultan Qaboos Mosque has colossal white domes and golden minarets.

Another great site is the Ittin Mountain Cave. It is the most beautiful mountain in the Dhofar Governorate and the Sultanate.


Located in the northern Jordan Valley, Irbid is a city that boasts of its historic monuments, ruins, museums and archeological sites. Irbid is also home to the largest modern shopping mall in Jordan. The mall is home to numerous international brands and recreational facilities.

Irbid is also home to many colleges and universities. The most prominent among these is Yarmouk University. It is also home to the Jordan Natural History Museum. The Jordan University of Science and Technology, Balqa Applied University, and Jadara University are also found in Irbid.

The most popular tourist attractions in Irbid include the Irbid Museum, the Yarmouk Nature Reserve, and the Sharhabeel Dam. The Dar As Saraya Osmanli Museum is also worth a visit, as it houses artifacts from Irbid's past.

The city also has numerous restaurants serving local cuisines and Shawarma sandwiches. The restaurants are open late into the night. Most of them are run by Christian groups. The prices are also reasonable, as most of them sell international alcohol.

The city also has a number of ruins from the Roman period. These include the Gadora Fort, which was home to the Romans. The city of Umm Qais, which was a Roman settlement, is located north of Irbid. The ruins of the ancient city of Gadara are also found in this area.


Known as the capital of Jordan, Amman is an interesting blend of modern and ancient culture. Its people are highly hospitable and well-educated. Amman has a diverse economy, and many small businesses thrive. Its streets are lined with boutique-filled shopping malls and atmospheric souks.

Amman has a wealth of history and culture, including ancient ruins and Roman remains. The city has also embraced the cultures of different nationalities. You'll find many interesting souvenir shops and unique gift shops. The city also offers many great street food options.


The Roman Theater is one of Amman's most popular attractions. It is built to face north to protect visitors from the sun, and it features a 6,000-seat capacity. The theater also hosts summer concerts and cultural events. The Roman Theater also houses two museums, including the Jordan Museum of Popular Traditions and the Jordan Folklore Museum.

The Jordan Museum of History is also one of the most important museums in the Middle East. The museum tells the story of Jordan's past and present. Its Archaeological and Historical Gallery features scale models of ancient sites, as well as a Copper Scroll from the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Wadi Rum

Whether you want to trek through the desert, climb the towering sandstone peaks, or relax on the sand at a Bedouin camp, Wadi Rum is one of the most beautiful cities in Jordan. Located in the southern part of the country, Wadi Rum has a vast desert that is filled with dunes, canyons, and rock formations. You can explore the area by jeep, 4-wheel drive, or on a camel tour. You can also sleep in a Bedouin tent in the desert and enjoy traditional Jordanian food and hookah smokes.

The Dead Sea is another interesting place to visit in Jordan. The salty water of the Dead Sea is considered the World's richest source of natural salts. The area is surrounded by hotels and spas, and is a great place to relax. You can also enjoy the world-class diving that is available.

Wadi Rum

Another interesting place to visit in Jordan is the ancient city of Jerash. The city was built by Romans and is considered the most impressive Roman provincial city. It is also home to some fascinating ancient temples. It was once the capital of the Nabatean kingdom. It is also home to an impressive mosaic map of Jerusalem from the 6th century.


Located in the northwest corner of Jordan, Ajloun is a picturesque town known for its historic churches, forts and mosques. The town's imposing castle is one of the most famous attractions in Jordan, and has been in use for over a thousand years. Besides its castle, Ajloun is also home to the world's lowest point, the Dead Sea.

The Great Ajlun Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Jordan. It was originally a Byzantine Christian church before it was converted to a mosque. The mosque's stone-covered minaret is said to be the oldest in the country.

Ajloun is located in the north of Jordan, 76 km north of Amman. It is a well-connected town, with buses plying to Ajloun from Tabarbour Bus Station, Amman frequently.

The Great Ajlun Mosque, which is still being renovated, was formerly a Byzantine Christian church. The basilica is a masterpiece of mosaics. The mosaics depict a hunting scene, African fauna, and herding scenes. The basilica was built around the 4th century foundations. It has just undergone a major reconstruction.

Dead Sea

Located in southwestern Asia, the Dead Sea is 380 meters deep. It's the lowest point on earth and one of the four saltiest bodies of water in the world.

The Dead Sea's mineral rich water is also known for its healing qualities. The water has been a popular tourist attraction for thousands of years. Aside from the obvious soaking in the salts, the sea offers a variety of other activities.

The sea is also home to a range of minerals, including bromine, which is extracted from the water. These are used in the manufacture of cosmetics, shampoos, lotions, and other products.

The Dead Sea is also home to one of the world's largest archaeological sites. The site is believed to be the place where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist. In fact, this is one of the top tourist attractions in Jordan.

The site also features other notable sites, including a number of caves. Some of these are located in the southern part of the lake.

The site also contains a cable car that can take you to the top of Masada, a mountain that was a major site of a famous rebellion 2000 years ago.

Ajloun Forest Reserve

Located in the north of Jordan, Ajloun Forest Reserve is a natural treasure trove. It is home to the endangered roe deer and is a place of scenic beauty. It is also a protected area, which has been declared an important bird area by BirdLife International.

Ajloun Forest Reserve also provides an informative visitor center. Visitors can choose from a wide range of hiking trails. The reserve features wild strawberry trees, carob trees, oak trees and pistachio trees. It also has many water springs.

The reserve is home to numerous wild animals, including jackals, polecats, grey wolves and roe deer. It also features a captive breeding program for the roe deer.

The forest reserve also provides a range of Eco-tourism and Socio-economic projects that provide jobs and economic benefits to the local community. These projects are managed by the Royal Society for Conservation of Nature (RSCN). The society works in close collaboration with local communities. RSCN has recently set up a factory that allows local women to make juices and dried fruit.

The forest reserve also offers several cottages for visitors who want to stay overnight. These cabins offer a relaxing stay and are surrounded by beautiful views of the forest. The cabins have private bathrooms and are equipped with basic amenities.

Ma'in Hot Springs

Located in the southwestern part of Jordan, the Hammamat Ma'in thermal springs have long been used by Jordanians for therapeutic purposes. The water is rich in minerals, which have been known to treat a variety of ailments. The water is also believed to be beneficial for skin conditions.

Ma'in is a popular resort for both Jordanians and tourists alike. It is located near the Dead Sea and provides a quiet retreat. It is also close to the ancient city of Madaba. It is home to a variety of waterfalls, as well as thermal springs. It is easy to get to the Ma'in waterfalls from the Queen Alia International Airport in Amman.

The water of the Ma'in hot springs is believed to be helpful for the nervous system. The water is also known to help relieve muscle and joint pain. The waters are also said to be a beneficial therapy for digestive problems.

The Ma'in Hot Springs resort and spa is located in a secluded cove. It features several facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna. It also offers several treatments and revitalizing body wraps.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Jordan

Taking guided tours and museum tickets in Jordan is a great way to explore the country. Whether you are visiting the capital city Amman or taking a trip to the Dead Sea, Jordan is a country with a rich history. It has a kindred spirit for everyone. Whether you are into ancient sites, hiking, swimming, art, food, or yoga, Jordan is the place to visit.

The Jordan Museum is Jordan's national museum. It focuses on the country's heritage, showing a collection of artifacts and archaeological discoveries. You can find pottery, glass from the Roman, Nabataean, and Bronze Age, and rare handicrafts. There are also archaeological excavations ongoing.

The Jordan Pass offers three different options for visiting Petra. It can be bought online, and includes admission to forty sites in Jordan. Depending on the length of your visit, you may want to buy a three-day pass. This gives you more time at the most popular sites in Petra, including the High Place of Sacrifice and the back way to the Monastery. The pass also offers access to Wadi Rum and Aqaba.

One of Jordan's best archaeological sites is Petra. It is known for its carved rock tombs, but it is also a safe and beautiful place. You can visit the visitor's center to purchase a map, guidebook, and other information, and there are also tour guides available. The entry ticket costs JD90 on the day of your visit, but you can save a few dollars by buying it in advance. If you plan on returning the next day, you will only have to pay JD40.

Another ancient site in Jordan is Madaba. The site has a variety of archaeological exhibits, including Roman and Byzantine mosaics, Ottoman buildings, and a preserved Roman road. It is a great day trip from Amman.

If you are planning on visiting more than one site, the Jordan Pass offers a great way to save money on your visa. You can also buy a three-day pass, which includes access to other Jordan-worthy sites.

If you're planning on taking guided tours and museum tickets in Jordan, you will want to plan ahead. The best time to visit is spring, though you can visit in the autumn as well. The weather can be cool in early mornings, and you may want to cover your hair and shoulders. If you plan on doing some hiking, be sure to pack plenty of sunscreen. It can get very cold in winter.

In addition to visiting Petra, you can also add Ajloun Castle to your day trip from Amman. Ajloun is a Crusader castle that is only a 30 minute drive from Jerash. You can hire a guide to take you around the castle, and it is included in the Jordan Pass. The Jordan Pass also includes admission to Madaba, Aqaba, and other sites.

While visiting Jordan, you should be sure to cover your hair, shoulders, and knees. If you're visiting in summer, you may want to wear a hat and sunglasses.

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