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Jordan Day Tour :

Jordan Day Tour Offer-Transportation for The Following Sites in Jordan :

Amman City

Royal Automobile Museum+ Amman Citadel + Roman Theater + Jordan Museum+ king Abdullah Mosque .

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Amman & Jerash

Amman Citadel + Roman Theater + Jerash

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Jerash And Ajloan Castle

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Ajloan Castle + Jerash + Umm Qais 

           


Dead Sea

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Petra 

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wadi Rum Tour

          

           


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Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan:

The History of Jordan refers to the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and under British protectorate as well as the general history of the region of Trans Jordan.

It was the background period of the Emirate of Trans Jordan.

In Addition Jordan an Arab nation located on the east bank of the Jordan River.

Not Only Tourist can see ancient monuments, But Also Jordan Day Tour Drive you to the nature reserves and seaside resorts.

It’s home to the famed archaeological site of Petra, as a matter of fact, the Nabatean capital dating to around 300 B.C. Set in a narrow valley with tombs, temples, and monuments carved into the surrounding pink sandstone cliffs.

Finally, Petra earns its nickname, the “Rose City.”

Note to mention Petra The Most interesting sites in Jordan.

Amman

In The First Place Amman, the capital of Jordan is a modern city with numerous ancient ruins. Atop Jabal al-Qala’a hill,not Only the historic Citadel includes the pillars of the Roman Temple of Hercules and the 8th-century Umayyad Palace complex, known for its grand dome. also Built into a different downtown hillside, the Roman Theater is a 6,000-capacity, 2nd-century stone amphitheater offering occasional events.

Amman derives its name from the 13th century BC when the Ammonites named it “Rabbath Ammon”, with the term Rabbath meaning the “Capital” or the “King’s Quarters”. The influence of new civilizations that conquered the city gradually changed its name to “Amman”.

Petra:

as can be seen, Petra is a famous archaeological site in Jordan’s southwestern desert. Also Dating to around 300 B.C., it was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom. Visitor can use Al Siq a narrow canyon to access Petra. It contains tombs and temples carved into pink sandstone cliffs, earning its nickname, the “Rose City”. Al Khazneh is perhaps the most famous structure is 45m-high. A temple with an ornate, Greek-style facade, and known as The Treasury.

Dead Sea:

The Dead Sea – bordering Israel, the West Bank, and Jordan – is a salt lake whose banks are more than 400m below sea level, the lowest point on dry land. Tourist can float easily in hypersaline water and mineral-rich black mud is use for therapeutic and cosmetic treatments at area resorts. The surrounding desert offers many oases and historic sites.

Wadi Rum:

Travelers visit Wadi Rum a protected desert wilderness in southern Jordan. It features dramatic sandstone mountains like the many-domed Jebel Um Ishrin and natural arches such as Burdah Rock Bridge. Many prehistoric inscriptions and carvings line rocky caverns and steep chasms, such as Khazali Canyon. The natural watering hole of Lawrence’s Spring is named after British soldier Lawrence of Arabia, who allegedly washed there.

Jerash:

Jerash is a city in Jordan, north of the capital Amman since the Bronze Age known for the ruins of the walled Greco-Roman settlement of Gerasa just outside the modern city. These include the 2nd-century Hadrian’s Arch, the Corinthian columns of the Temple of Artemis and the huge Forum’s oval colonnade. The Jerash Archaeological Museum displays artifacts excavated from the site.

Ajloun Castle:

Ajloun Castle Transliterated : ( Qal’ at ‘Ajloun) also known as (Qa’lat ar-Rabad), is a 12th-century Muslim castle situated in northwestern Jordan. Qal’at ‘Ajloun is placed on a hilltop belonging to the Jabal Ajlun (“Mount Ajlun”) district which also known as Jabal ‘Auf after a Bedouin tribe which had captured the area in the 12th century from its high ground the castle was guarding three wadis which descend towards the Jordan Valley.

Umm Qais:

Umm Qais is a town in northern Jordan principally known for its proximity to the ruins of the ancient Gadara also a former bishopric and present Latin catholic titular.

Pella:

Pella is part of northwestern Jordan, 27.4 km south of the Sea of Galilee which represents one of ten Decapolis cities that were founded during the Hellenistic period and became powerful under Roman jurisdiction.

Madaba:

Madaba is an ancient town in Jordan, southwest of the capital Amman. It’s known for its 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land in the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George. Also, The Madaba Archaeological Park preserves the mosaic-rich Church of the Virgin Mary and artifacts from the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic eras. Not Only St George But Also St. john church.

Mount Nebo:

By the same token, Mount Nebo provides a panoramic view of Promised Land. Mt Nebo s an elevated ridge in Jordan approximately 817 meters above sea level. Not to mention The West Bank city of Jericho is usually visible from the summit, as is Jerusalem on a very clear day.

Baptism site ( Jordan River ):

Al-Maghtas, meaning “baptism” also “immersion” in Arabic, is an archaeological World Heritage site in Jordan on the east bank of the Jordan River, officially known as Baptism Site “Bethany Beyond the Jordan”.

Ma’in Hot Springs: 

The Ma’in Hot Springs gives immense pleasure and it is hot mineral springs and waterfalls located between Madaba and the Dead Sea, in Madaba Governorate, Jordan. As Can Be seen From Main Hot Spring Driving down also you can enjoy Dead Sea Panorama.

Mujib Nature Reserve:

At 410 meters below sea level, Not to mention the Mujib Biosphere Reserve is the lowest nature reserve on Earth. Also, It’s rugged and spectacular mountains border the Dead Sea coast and is dissected by several river-filled canyons that offer the best river and adventure hikes in Jordan. The breathtaking scenery and the challenge of negotiating Mujib’s fast-flowing rivers make the Reserve one of Jordan’s most popular natural attractions.

Machaerus:

Machaerus is a fortified hilltop palace located in Jordan 25 km southeast of the mouth of the Jordan River on the eastern side of the Dead Sea and Also according to Flavius Josephus, it is the location of the imprisonment and execution of John the Baptist.

Umm ar-Rasas: 

World heritage organization declared Umm al-Rasas a world heritage site. I love to enjoy its wonderful Byzantine mosaics.        Umm Al-Rasa has been revealed in two houses of worship dating from the sixth and eighth hundreds of years. Also is situated in the semi-arid steppe region of the Jordanian Desert.

Kerak Castle:

Kerak Castle Crusader castle located in Al-Karak Jordan. It is one of the largest crusader castles in the Levant. Construction of the castle began in the 1140s, under Pagan and Fulk, King of Jerusalem.

Dana Biosphere Reserve:

Traveler likes Dana Biosphere Reserve  Jordan’s largest nature reserve, located in south-central Jordan. Government founded in 1989 Dana Biosphere Reserve in 308 square kilometers around the Dana village and Wadi Dana.

Shobak Castle, Montreal :

Montreal is a Crusader castle on the eastern side of the Arabah. It’s perched on the side of a rocky, conical mountain, looking out over fruit trees below. You will get a better experience in Shoubak or Shawbak. Shoubak is in the modern town of Shoubak.

Little Petra:

People love Little Petra as Siq al-Barid is an archaeological site. Siq al-Barid Also is a famous place in the north of Petra. In the town of Wadi Musa in the Ma’an Governorate of Jordan.

Aqaba ( The Red Sea ):

The Red sea inhabited since 4000 BC. It is home to the Islamic-era Aqaba Fort and the adjacent Aqaba Archaeological Museum. Its beach resorts are popular for windsurfing and other water sports, and the area is a top destination for scuba divers, with notable dive sites including the Yamanieh coral reef in the Aqaba Marine Park, south of the city.

Desert Castle:

The Umayyad Desert Castles of Jordan represent a prominent part and offers to see fortified palaces or also castles in what used to be the Umayyad province of Bilad ash-Sham.

Jordan Archaeological Museum

Jordan Archaeological Museum is located in Ras Al-Ein district of AmmanJordan. Built-in 2014, the museum is the largest museum in Jordan and hosts the country’s most important archaeological findings. The museum presents artifacts from various prehistoric archaeological sites in Jordan, including the 7500 BC ‘Ain Ghazal statues which are regarded as one of the oldest human statues ever made by human civilization.

Hedjaz Jordan Railway

was one of the two successors to the famous Hedjaz Railway When the Ottoman Empire. collapsed in 1920, the Hedjaz Railway, formerly under Ottoman control, divided into 2 railways: (CFH) and (HJR). The HJR operated the line of the Hedjaz railway in Jordan (at the time British Palestine). When Jordan was formed in 1946, the railway served as the state railway of Jordan, though it was not owned by the state. In 1975 the HJR built a line branch line from Ma’an to Aqaba, a port city.

Kharana Palace

Kharana Palace is one of the best-known of the desert castles located in present-day eastern Jordan, about 60 kilometers (37 mi) east of Amman and relatively close to the border with Saudi Arabia. It is believed to have been built sometime before the early 8th century AD It remains very well preserved, whatever its original use. Since it is located just off a major highway and is within a short drive of Amman, it has become one of the most visited of the desert castles.

King Abdullah Mosque

King Abdullah Mosque Completed in 1989 as a memorial by the late King Hussein to his grandfather, this blue-domed landmark can house up to 7000 worshippers, with a further 3000 in the courtyard. There is also a small women’s section for 500 worshippers and a much smaller royal enclosure. the cavernous, octagonal prayer hall is capped by a magnificent blue dome 35m in diameter, decorated with Quranic inscriptions. This is the only mosque in Amman that openly welcomes non-Muslim visitors.

King Hussein Mosque

King Hussein bin Talal Mosque, better known as the King Hussein Mosque, is the largest mosque in Jordan. Not to be confused with the 1924 Grand Al-Husseini Mosque, also known as King Hussein Mosque, in Downtown Amman. King Hussein Mosque built-in 2005 in the reign of King Abdullah II in West Amman, specifically in Al Hussein Public Parks at King Abdullah II Street near King Hussein Medical Center. The mosque is located at an altitude of 1,013 meters (3,323 ft) above sea level and can thus be seen from most parts of Amman. It is square and features four minarets and marble floors.

Umm El-Jimal

Umm El-Jimal it’s a historical site located in Jordan, 86 Kilometer away from Amman nearest to Al-Mafraq city & Syria-Jordan border. also, it’s known as “black oasis” because of the large numbers of black volcanic stones. It is characterize by the great stone gates. Tour

Citadel

The Amman Citadel is a historical site at the center of downtown AmmanJordan It’s one of the seven mountains that originally made up Amman. Evidence of occupation since the pottery Neolithic period has been found. The Citadel of Amman is consider to be among the world’s oldest continuously inhabited places. Citadel is considered an important site because it has had a long history of occupation by many great civilizations. tour

Roman Theater

Amman‘s Roman Theater is a 6,000-seat, 2nd-century Roman theatre. A famous landmark in the Jordanian capital, it dates back to the Roman period when the city was known as Philadelphia. The theatre and the nearby Odeon are flanking the new Hashemite Plaza from the south and the east respectively, while the Roman Nymphaeum is just a short stroll away in a south-westerly direction.

Dibben Forest Reserve

Dibben Forest Reserve its a nature reserve located in the north-west of Jordan. It is situated just south of the Roman site of Jerash and covers an area of 8.5 square kilometers (3.3 sq mi) of rolling hills covered with pine-oak habitat. The area protecte as a nature reserve in 2004 under the initiative of the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature. The rock within the reserve is a mixture of limestone and chalky limestone, which has been formed into steep slopes. Jordan tour

Azraq Castle

Azraq Castle is a large fortress located in present-day eastern Jordan. It is one of the desert castles, located on the outskirts of present-day Azraq, roughly 100 km (62 mi) east of Amman. Its strategic value came from the nearby oasis, the only water source in a vast desert region. The name of the fortress and the associated town came from these. Azraq Castle where TE Lawrence and Sharif Hussein bin Ali based themselves in the winter of 1917–18 during the Arab Revolt against the Turks. Jordan tour

Quseir Amra

Quseir Amra is the best-known of the desert castles located in present-day eastern Jordan. It built early in the 8th century, sometime between 723 and 743, by Walid Ibn Yazid, the future Umayyad caliph
Walid II, whose dominance of the region was rising at the time. It is considere one of the most important examples of early Islamic art and architecture. The discovery of an inscription during work in 2012 has allowed for more accurate dating of the structure.
The building is actually the remnant of a larger complex that included an actual castle, of which only the foundation remains.
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Royal Automobile Museum

The Royal Automobile Museum is located in Al Hussain Gardens, Al Madina Medical Road. It has all the Royal cars since the establishment of the Emirate of Jordan. The Royal Automobile Museum dates to an important part of Jordan’s political history. The exhibits also reflect the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan through cars from the reign of King Abdullah I to the reign of King Abdullah II. Jordan Tour

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