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Jerash ( The Roman city )

Jerash, located 48 km north of Amman  (45 Minutes from Amman) and nestled in a quiet valley among the mountains of Gilead,

is the grandeur of Imperial Rome being one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the World outside Italy  Jordan Tour

To this day, its paved and collonaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, handsome theatres, spacious public squares and plazas, baths, fountains and city walls pierced by towers and gates remain in exceptional condition.

This fascinating city makes a great day trip from Amman, particularly in spring, when the wildflowers are in bloom.

The drive will take you less than an hour but will transport you 2000 years back in time.

Jerash has a year-round supply of water, Jordan Tour

while its altitude of 500 meters gives it a temperate climate and excellent visibility over the surrounding low-lying areas.

The history of Jerash is a blend of the Greco-Roman world of the Mediterranean basin and the ancient traditions of the Arab Orient.

The earliest Arabic/Semitic inhabitants named their village Garcia.

The Romans later Hellenised the former Arabic name into Gerasa.

the Arab and Circassian inhabitants of the small rural settlement transformed the Roman Gerasa into the Arabic Jerash.

Note: you can also visit Ajloun Umm Qais on the same day if you leave Amman at 7:00 AM. 


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The Dead Sea

The Dead sea located 55 km (34 miles) southeast of Amman.

is one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the whole World

the lowest point on earth’s surface, and the World’s richest source of natural salts?

hiding wonderful treasures that accumulated throughout thousands of years.

To reach this unique spot, the visitor enjoys a short 30 minutes drive from Amman

As its name evokes, the Dead Sea is devoid of life due to an extremely high content of salts and minerals

which gives its waters the renowned curative powers, therapeutic qualities, and its buoyancy,

recognized since the days of Herod the Great, more than 2000 years ago.

And because the salt content is four times that of most world’s oceans, you can float in the Dead Sea without even trying,

here is the only place in the world where you can recline on the water to read a newspaper.

A unique combination of several factors makes the Dead Sea’s total attraction:

the filtered sunrays and oxygen-rich air, the mineral-rich black mud along the shoreline and the adjacent fresh water and thermal mineral springs.

Note: you can also visit MadabaMount Nebo on the same day if you leave Amman at 7:00 AM.

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it is located 240 km south of the capital Amman and 120 km north of the red sea town of Aqaba

The city of Petra, the capital of the Nabataean Arabs, is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world

Petra the world wonder is undoubtedly Jordan’s most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction,

and it is visited by tourists from all over the world

It is not known precisely when Petra was built, but the city began to prosper as the capital of the Nabataean Empire from the 1st century BC

which grew rich through trade in frankincense, myrrh, and spices.

Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World

Petra is also known as the rose-red city, a name it gets from the wonderful colour of the rock from which many of the city’s structures were carved

On December 6, 1985, Petra was designated a World Heritage Site,

also, Petra was chosen by the Smithsonian Magazine as one of the 28 places you should visit before you die.

Note: you can also visit Wadi Rum the same day if you leave Amman at 7:00 AM.

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Wadi Rum 

it is located 321 km south of the capital Amman and 70 km north of the red sea town of Aqaba

It features a varied desert landscape consisting of a range of narrow gorges, natural arches, towering cliffs, ramps, massive landslides, and caverns.

Petroglyphs, inscriptions and archaeological remains in the site testify to 12,000 years

of human occupation and interaction with the natural environment.

Wadi Rum is also known as the Valley of the Moon

It is the “Mars on Earth”! The blood-red sands and the unworldly sandstone mountains create an uncanny Mars-like landscape and environment.

also, it considered as  one of the top 10 countries to visit in 2019 picked by Lonely Planet

Note: you can also visit Petra the same day if you leave Amman at 7:00 AM.


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The Roman Theater

its located in the eastern part of the Jordanian capital of Amman, on one of the hills opposite the Amman Citadel.

A famous landmark back to the Roman period when the city was known as Philadelphia.

The theatre was built during the reign of Antonius Pius (138-161 CE).

The large and steeply raked structure could seat about 6,000 people,

built into the hillside, it was oriented north to keep the sun off the spectators.

Two small museums are built into the foundations of the Roman theatre.

The Jordan Folklore Museum is on the right-wing of the theatre and displays a collection of items showing the traditional life of local people.

At the other end of the theatre stage, the Museum of Popular Traditions

displays traditional Jordanian costumes, including fine embroidery and beautiful antique jewellery.

It also houses several sixth-century mosaics from Madaba and Jerash.

Note: you can also visit the Amman Citadel & King AbdullahMosque on the same day if you leave your hotel at 8:00 AM 


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The Amman Citadel is a historical site at the centre 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 considered 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.

Most of the buildings still visible at the site are from the RomanByzantine, and Umayyad periods.

The major buildings at the site are the Temple of Hercules, a Byzantine church, and the Umayyad Palace.

Archaeologists have been working at the site since the 1920s, including ItalianBritishFrenchSpanish,

and Jordanian projects, but a great part of the Citadel remains unexcavated. Jordan Tour

Note: you can also visit the Roman Theater & King Abdullah Mosque on the same day if you leave your hotel at 8:00 AM.


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Umm Al-Jimal

Umm El-Jimal it’s a historical site located in Jordan, 86 Kilometer away from Amman nearest to Al-Mafraq city & the Syria-Jordan border.

also, it’s known as a “black oasis” because of the large numbers of black volcanic stones.

It is characterized by the great stone gates.

Umm El-Jimal dates back to the Byzantine-Roman-Nabatean period.

This city was built in one of the ancient Nabatean settlements of black basalt bricks supported by

rectangular basalt blocks and flourished in the first century BC.

It has historically been known to be a junction of the roads linking Palestine and Jordan to Syria and Iraq. in order to

Where it lies along Trajan Road and forms a station in the middle of this road that connects so

Amman and Basra or Damascus and Basra. also from Al-Azraq to the Arabian Peninsula and

It considers as one of the ten cities of the Decapolis alliance, known as the Kantha, which was held in the days.


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Ajloun it’s one of the most beautiful cities that are located in the north of Jordan (76 kilometres (around 47 miles) northwest of Amman).

Visitors come to it from all over the world, if we think about why it attracts people from all around the world? The answer will be related to its great diversity in terms of nature, climate, history, culture, & civilization. 

If we can describe the beauty of nature, we will not fulfil it because it has a multifarious vegetation cover it has a coniferous forest is considered as one of the most complete pine forests in the world, so imagine yourself visiting ajloun in spring it’s kind of nature heals imagine when you take a walk in ajloun wood on a sunny day it can awaken the innermost feelings of happiness and peace it will take all the negative energy away, just by smiling the fresh air you will be taken to another place full of quiet and spectacular painting that will heighten concentration, reduce stress and much more effects.


If you finish from enjoying nature ajloun will take you to an old history to tell you a small story about its culture and civilization just by entering the main gate of ajloun castle the story will begin a story of a great leader that tries to make it a fulcrum point to protect the area and And maintain transportation routes. If you search about this castle you will not imagine what it looks like until you visit it and see the great history and glory. you should visit it and see what I mean by yourself. if you think this is just what you will see in ajloun you are wrong it has much more to see and if you don’t like the nature or history you will like the religious places it will surely attract you and mind-blowing I am talking about the Church of Lady of the Mountain is the place where the Prophet Issa and his mother, the Virgin Mary, went through their journey to the Sea of Galilee.

I take you on a brief journey to ajloun now you have the choice to visit it and see what I am talking about is real. don’t miss this journey that will take you to a beautiful place.

Note: you can also visit Jerash Umm Qais on the same day if you leave Amman at 7:00 AM.



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Umm Al Rassas

Like many places along the King’s Highway (and, indeed, in Jordan), Umm Al- Rasas is an unassuming spot that’s hiding a lot of history. located 30 km southeast of Madaba. The Roman military utilized the site as a strategic garrison, but it was later converted and inhabited by Christian and Islamic communities.

Church of St. Stephen (Stylite tower):

It is believed to have been built around 785AD and contains a glorious mosaic floor. with its perfectly preserved remarkable mosaic floor, the largest one in Jordan. It contains the images and portraits of 27 Old and New Testament cities of the Holy Land from both east and west of the Jordan River and of Egypt, making it a discovery second only to the Mosaic Map of Madaba. Also, there is the hermit tower of Simon the vertical on it about fifteen meters used by monks in ancient times for isolation.


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The Valley Of The Moon

Discover the almost-mystical area of the Wadi Rum—the Valley of the Moon. Your Jeep 4×4 cruises over the scorched landscape as you explore the region’s rich geological and archaeological landmarks. Ask the driver to enlighten you on the reserve’s highlights while meeting local Bedouin people.
Set off across the desert terrain toward the vast wilderness stretching before you. Your knowledgeable driver advises on the top sights, including the impressive Burdah Rock Bridge—the highest in Wadi Rum— the Seven Pillars of Wisdom rock formation with its pop-culture association, and the countless gorges, arches, and cliffs.

Marvel at the ancient rock engravings—petroglyphs—testaments to man’s interaction with nature in the area for thousands of years and a prime example of how humans can adapt to harsh conditions. Observe and meet local Bedouin people who still inhabit the area today. Perhaps enjoy a cup of tea in their company and ask them to share accounts of their nomadic culture.