Petra and Wadi Rum

7 days/6 nights
Departs ex Amman

Tour Cost
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Travel to Jordan and visit the fascinating City of Petra

Visit the legendary UNESCO World Heritage Site city of Petra, built by the Nabataeans in 100 BC with its rock-cut tombs, temples and ancient water conduits.

On this tour, discover the famous Treasury and Monastery then continue with a jeep safari into the breathtaking landscapes of Wadi Rum and overnight at the romantic Aicha Memories Camp.

Sample Itinerary

Petra and Wadi Rum

7 days/6 nights

Day 1


Depart Amman by road travelling via the ancient and scenic Kings Highway to Petra. Enroute visit the Byzantine mosaics and churches at Madaba, the memorial to Moses on Mt Nebo with views of the Holy Land and the crusader stronghold of Kerak. Overnight at your Petra hotel.

Day 2


Full day tour of the ancient city of Petra. Famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system, the hidden Treasury is approached via the 1.4 km narrow rock canyon, or Siq. Wander through the streets of the ‘rose-red city’ marvelling at the intricate carvings, rock cut steps and the impressive Ad-Deir Monastery. Overnight at your hotel. B

Day 3

Memories Aicha Camp

Depart after breakfast to Wadi Rum, known as the Valley of the Moon, for your 2 hour desert excursion by jeep with a Bedouin driver/guide. Overnight at the exotic Memories Aicha Camp situated in a dramatic canyon, in a comfortable panoramic dome tent offering sensational night-sky views. BD

Day 4

Tour ends

Amman Morning at leisure before returning via the Desert Highway to Amman. Tour ends. B

B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner

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Treasures of Jordan

Journey back in time through a land of antiquity exploring thousands of years of human history. Jordan is a wealth of hidden treasure and a fascinating mix of cultures and ancient civilisations.

Petra and Wadi Rum

Visit the legendary city of Petra, built by the Nabataeans in 100 BC with its rock-cut tombs, temples and ancient water conduits, including the famous Treasury and the Monastery

Jordan Overview

Why Jordan: Jordan is best known for the remarkable city of Petra, however there are so many other fascinating sites. Some of the country’s best sites can be found in Amman, its capital, including the Roman Theatre, and Citadel, whilst the incredible Roman ruins of Jerash are a must-see. The deserts of Wadi Rum are incredible to explore, as is famous crusader castle, Kerak, whilst floating in the salt-filled Dead Sea is a truly unique and bizarre experience.

Climate:Like many of its Middle Eastern neighbours, Jordan has a hot, dry climate; with long, hot, dry summers and short, cooler winters. Its climate is influenced by both the Arabian Desert and the subtropical humidity of the Mediterranean. The hottest time of year is between June and September where temperatures average between 32-35°C during the day. December, January and Febburary are the coolest months with temperatures in the mid-teens.

Combine with: In the central Middle East, Jordan is surrounded by a number of other fascinating countries including Israel and Egypt. Our 15 Day Egypt & Jordan tour (page 6 & 7) visits all the major sites and explores both these destinations in detail.

Getting there: Major Middle Eastern airlines Emirates, Etihad and Qatar all fly into Jordan’s capital Amman, or alternatively Royal Jordanian Airlines fly into each of these hubs, including Cairo.

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