About Jordan

One thing that Jordan doesn’t lack is a deep sense of history. From the easily recognized architectural magnificence of the Petra and the Roman ruins of Jerash, to the fading frescos in the 1,300-year-old desert castle of Quseir Amra, it is a tale of interaction with other societies that serve to embellish a nation already in possession of its own cultural wealth. There is indeed an awareness of this cultural richness among its denizens; one that allows easy accessibility, which is why Jordan is warmly receptive of its visitors and has acquired the reputation of being one of the friendliest nations in the region. While its history is legendary, equally magical is its natural beauty. The copper hued valley of the vast Wadi Rum with its rippling dunes, its cliffs that fall and merge with granite towers and wind sculpted arches certainly entices one to linger over them just that little longer. On the other hand, the clear waters of the Dead Sea beckons bruised bodies and tired souls to literally stay afloat in its healing waters while further down its southern end, Aqaba, hugging the Red Sea coastline calls out to beach seekers with its tranquil blue waters. There is so much more here to fill out a traveller’s wish list for people in their 30's and 40's. Checking them one by one could be an addictive past time.

Whether you're 30's or 49's, explore beautiful Jordan with other young adults. We offer various adventure tours that will take you to the ancient city of Petra, discover the archaeological and historical treasures of Amman, and experience the grandeur of Wadi Rum.

Best time to visit:  is in spring (March to May) or fall (September to November). The days are warm, with temperatures between 16 C (61°F) and 37 C (99°F), but the nights are cool. It's not too hot for exploring sites or hiking in the nature reserves

Currency: Jordanian Dinar

Weather and Average temperature: the climate is overall mild and dry and has an average temperature ranging from 8.5 °C (47 °F) in January to 26.5 °C (80 °F) in July and August.

National Language: Arabic

Top Dishes to try: Mansaf - a platter of white rice spread over paper thin whole meal flatbread topped with lamb cuts, and soaked in a sauce made from dried yoghurt. 


Evening Candle Light Visit Petra

Be enthralled twice over as you walk through a canyon bordered by candles and emerge at Petra’s crowning glory, the Treasury, illuminated by even more candles and an ethereal lighting that bounce off its contours.

Wadi Rum Jeep Safari

Access the often far flung sites of the Wadi Rum on 4WDs and get a deeper sense of its scale and beauty, while acknowledging at the same time, its often hostile and unforgiving nature to those who should lose their way here.

Wadi Rum Camel Ride

Get a sense of the Bedouin life as you set off on a camel safari through a backdrop of orange sand, rocky outcrops of beige and towering sandstone cliffs that sits on the outskirts of the Rum village.

Dead Sea Swimming

The salinity underscores the futility of swimming here, but you can always float like a carefree cork in the still, spanking blue expanse of the Dead Sea waters and soak yourself in its purported purifying content.

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