You can also visit the legendary landscape of Wadi Ram: this furiously untamed sea of red sand and granite rocks rising 800 feet above the desert, mixed with "islands" massive peaks.
This is truly magnificent views portrayed against the backdrop of a campaign of Lawrence against the Turks in the movie "Lawrence of Arabia", beautifully filmed here.
You can see the famous Mount of Lawrence's book, which was called "Seven pillars of wisdom".
Desert and sunsets are red fire and clarity of the air leads to an unforgettable display the night sky in all its glory and fame.
Visit during the day and night incredible 'rose-red "stone city of Petra - one of the" Wonders of the world”.
Be sure to visit the lowest point on earth - the Dead Sea shores and bathe in its waters.
Make a short but remarkable trip to the well-preserved ancient Roman city of Jerash.
The most expensive trip to Jordan for six days. Traveling by plane, bus and Tour of the Arab culture. Don' t miss the Jordanian meat dishes and sweets.
Jordan, a remarkable and still relatively undiscovered country now attracts visitors who actually deserves.
They come here to see the wonders of incredible landscapes, still undiluted culture, remarkably preserved monuments and ancient history, one of the oldest in the world.
Exactly this simple fact and the position of geography is the key to Jordan Jordanian many monuments that are preserved. Ever since biblical times - the ancient kingdoms of Moab, Edom and Ammon lie in today's borders of Jordan, this is the land of Lot, and Mount Nebo, overlooking the River Jordan, the land of Moses, who first saw the 'Promised Land ".
Persians, and then the arrival of Alexander the Great and his descendants ruled another 300 years, then became one of the richest provinces of the Roman Empire.
Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist right here and many centuries later the Crusaders fought many battles with Saladin.
Jordan for many centuries became the part of Ottoman Empire.
This amazing series of events have created an incredible variety of influences and an equally stunning colorful and massive monuments of early Christian churches, Roman sites and Saracenic towns which are fused in hypnotized incredible culture, sound and architecture.