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Trekking in Jordan


1st day : Airport / Amman, O/N
Our representative will meet clients at the Airport, arrange their Visa and transfer them to Amman, check in at one of Amman's Hotels, dinner and overnight. ( L, D)

2nd day : Amman, Wadi Zarqa Ma'in, Dana Hotel
Will have to start early for a walking day after your breakfast in Amman, transfer to Wadi Zarqa Ma'in: Wadi Zarqa Ma'in is supposed to be the "Valley of God" Nahaliel mentioned in the Bible as a camping place. Zarqa Ma'in - a magnificent gorge; but there are only tombs to be seen in it. Thence a steep and difficult path leads to the hot springs of Callirhoe. In this valley we will have easy walk, and the last 4 Km will be trekking to Ma'in Spa, where 4WD will be waiting us to transfer us via Dead Sea ( float in Dead Sea for 45 minutes) to Dana Hotel : ( budget and luxury built by Bedouins in Bedouin style, and located in village 400 years old, we will have Bedouin dinner, and overnight in very quite village.( total of Walking and trekking : 4 hours) easy walk) ( B,L,D)

3rd day : Wadi Dana / Fainan / Wadi Ghwier
We start very early for easy walk ( 7 hours) from Dana village to Dana Natural Reserve in Wadi Dana: the reserve is a system of Wadies and mountains that extends from the upper edge of the Rift Valley down to the desert lowlands of Wadi Araba. Dana is truly a world of natural treasures, where we going to meet some Bedouins and have tea at their tents, and will keep walking to Wadi Fainan, the beginning of Araba desert, where our 4WD will meet us and transfer to Wadi Ghweir, to make our campsite near waterfalls, and between a wonderful cliffs surrounded the Ghweir area, and our stuff will cook oriental dishes and overnight. (B,L,D)

4th day : Wadi Ghweir/Wadi Araba/Wadi Namala/Petra
After breakfast at our campsite in Wadi Ghweir, we drive by our Jeep Safari Via Wadi Araba Desert (45 minutes) to meet up with off road climbing up by Jeep Safaris Via Wadi Namala the only way from Wadi Araba to Little Petra ( 1 hour ) driving a the top of Beida Mountains, a magic views, as soon as we get to Petra check in at your hotel in Wadi Mousa, and free time, shopping and round in the souvenir market, dinner and overnight. (B,L,D)

5th day : Petra
After breakfast our tour guide will score you to the main sites of Petra: By walking into Petra through its world-famous siq-that dramatic chasm splitting the mountains that provides what must be the most remarkable entrance to any city. It is a unique and unforgettable experience. Once you have become familiar with the main sites of the old city and the view from the high place, you may wish to spend more days in this beautiful part of Jordan, and look a little further into the quieter, less frequented parts of Petra, evening we will transfer you via king's high way to Wadi Rum, at the visitor center the protected area's Jeep will meet us to transfer you to the Bedouin campsite in the middle of the desert in the sunset site, and we will have underground BBQ, with summer night and Bedouin singer ( lout and drum), overnight ( all suppliers and equipment of the campsite are available) (B,L,D)

6th day : Petra / Wadi Rum
After breakfast and to be prepared to walk in the desert of Wadi Rum: This, one of the world's most colorful and unique landscapes of desert and mountain scenery, has long been inhabited by man. Rock carvings mark the passage of ancient tribes in prehistory. Thamudic inscriptions, burial mounds, ancient megaliths, and ruined buildings abound and Nabataean rock carved stairways, dams, and temples are still to be found throughout the area, it is also called Moon valley, because it is similar to the surface of the moon, between the wonderful colored cliffs. Evening will be transferred to Amman via desert high way, to check in again at your hotel in Amman. (B,L,D)

7th day : Amman/ airport
Depend of the flight schedule we will visit the downtown of Amman, and shopping in old Souq, or city tour and then transfer to the airport for your departure. (B,L)

Package prices:

2-3 Pax: $399PP at sharing double room on F/B bases, single supplement: $60
4-6 Pax: $396PP at sharing double room on F/B bases, single supplement:$60
7-10 Pax: $335PP at sharing double room on F/B bases, single supplement: $60

Prices included:
Meets and assist at the airport
Jeep Safaris
Tours Guides
Entrance Fees to all sites
Lunches for the whole trip
Hotel Accommodation at 3* Hotel, on H/B bases
Horse ride in Petra

Prices not included:
Tips and personal expenses, departure


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