The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is well known for the ancient city of Petra, carved from rock over 2000 years ago, also offers other activities to travelers from all over the world ranging from fun and adventure, history and culture, relaxation and leisure fun for everyone. The capital city of Amman, is not only the entry point but is a unique blend of elegant old past and new ultra-modern society, situated on hills between Jordan Valley and desert. In Jorden Rift Valley, there lies the Dead Sea – the lowest point on the face of earth, with unique waters in which you will float effortlessly, soaking up healthy minerals from Dead Sea’s black mud and waters. World-class hotels with spa and fitness facilities here, attracts visitors to travel to Dead Sea for relaxation and rejuvenation. The red mountains of Petra often seen in many Hollywood movies, is another amazing wonder of the world and Jordan’s most visited attraction. With entry through the Siq, a narrow gorge, you will catch the first glimpse of Al-Khazneh (Treasury), a massive façade, 30m wide and 43m high, is one of the best landmarks of Jordan. Also known as The Valley of the Moon – Wadi Rum is the biggest desert and one of the best places to enjoy adventure sports in Jordan. Hot air balloon, Ultralight, Microlight, camel riding, climb the various peaks, or take a safari trip across the rolling sand dunes in a 4x4 vehicle and various other options available for visitors to enjoy this amazing site in Jordan.
Another lovely destination in Jordan is Aqaba, also called as Jordan’s Red Sea resort, often clubbed by visitors visiting Wadi Rum. Here you can experience some of the best snorkeling and diving in the world and witness the underwater beautiful marine life of Jordan, for people who are less enthusiastic going underwater can try glass-bottomed boat or submarine and relaxing on a beach chair taking sunbath is another beautiful thing to do here.