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If you’ve made it to this page, you’re at least considering a visit to Jordan. And I don’t blame you. I mean, doesn’t everyone want to get a picture in front of the
Treasury in Petra?
But, you’re probably wondering what else would possibly be on your Jordan itinerary.
By the time you finish this post, you’ll get what all the hype is about. Jordan is, in a word, extraordinary. And since I can’t say it enough, I’m going to let my photos inspire your Jordan itinerary.
Jordan Itinerary: Amman The Roman Amphitheater is in the center of Amman, near the Citadel. While you’re at the Roman Amphitheater, take moment to sit and take in the view of Amman. The Roman Temple of Hercules is at the Citadel on a hill in the center of Amman. Across the street from the Roman Amphitheater are several restaurants with local cuisine. Jordan Itinerary: Jerash Wander the ruins of Jerash, built in the 2nd century AD. Wildflowers bloom in March and April through the ancient city of Jerash. The surrounding columns and intricate paving in the Oval Plaza in Jerash are breathtaking. Jordan Itinerary: Dead Sea Soak in the healing waters of the Dead Sea. Take in the view of the Dead Sea and Israel from one of the many resorts along the water. Jordan Itinerary: Wadi Rum Be sure to stay up for some stargazing while you camp in Wadi Rum. Wild camels roam through the otherwordly landscape of Wadi Rum. Wadi Rum is diverse, with sand dunes, canyons, rock formations and expansive desert.
Be sure to read this before you book your
Wadi Rum Jeep tour. Jordan Itinerary: Petra
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tips to plan your visit to Petra! Wake up early if you want to see the famous Treasury in Petra without the crowds. Throughout Petra, Bedouin people live in tents, offering coffee and tea to visitors. The High Place of Sacrifice offers stunning views of Petra from above. Along the Colonnaded Street are the remnants of the ancient market and Royal Palace. Petra by Night is a ticketed performance that allows you to experience the Treasury by candlelight. Jordan Itinerary: Road Trip Renting a car in Jordan allows you the freedom to get out and explore along the way, like this view just outside of Petra and Wadi Musa. More Jordan Travel Inspiration
Are you thirsty for more? Transport yourself to Jordan through films like
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Martian, and Star Wars: Rogue One.
how to visit Petra like a boss including how to get there, where to stay, things to do, how to get the Treasury all to yourself and answers to frequently asked questions!
Do these photos have you inspired to visit Wadi Rum? Here’s 11 things to know before booking your
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