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Wadi Rum & PETRA (((a world wonder)))

Vast, echoing, and God like – that is Wadi Rum, in the words of T. E. Jordan Valley who was based there during the Arab Revolt. With its awesome stretches of reddish sand, Wadi Rum is a vast, silent place that is both romantic and starkly beautiful. Massive mountains and […]

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The Baptism Site of JESUS CHRIST

The area opposite Jericho has been identified for nearly two millennia as the area where Jesus Christ was baptized by John the Baptist in a settlement called ‘Bethany beyond the Jordan’ ( John 1;28). (John 10;40) further mentions an incident when Jesus escaped from hostile crowds in Jerusalem and ‘went […]

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Desert & Aqaba

Jordan’s deserts are dotted with a number of ancient, mysterious desert castles that tell untold stories of ancient civilizations, built and restored in the seventh and eighth centuries by the Umayyad caliphs. Qasr Amra, Hallabat, Kharaneh, Mushatta and Azraq present fine, admirable examples of Umayyad art and architecture that include […]

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Um Qais & Jerash

Situated some 518 meters above sea level, Umm Qeis stands erect on a splendid overlooking hilltop magnificent views of hill-top the blue waters of Lake Tiberias (the Sea of Galilee), the Yarmouk River canyon and the Golan Heights. Historically known as Umm Qeis, ancient Roman Gedara was a prestigious cultural […]

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Pella & Ajlun

In the warm, water- rich, fertile land of the northern Jordan Valley lie the remains of ancient Pella. Inhabited for more than six thousand years, from the Stone Age till the 19thcentury, the ruins of Pella stand in a fascinating area. Most of the city has not been excavated yet, […]

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Karak & Dana

Nestled on the ancient caravan routes from Egypt to Syria, Kerak is most famous for its massive, imposing Crusader castle built in1132 AD by the Crusader King Baldwin I. Dominating the walled city, with five thousand Christian knights defending it, the castle fell to Saladin’s forces after fifty years of […]

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Madaba & Nebo

Jordan’s vast wealth of historical and biblical sites make the country a most enchanting land. Its biblical treasure is most evident in Madaba, only an hour’s drive from Amman.” The City of Mosaics,” Madaba boasts the magnificent, vivid, sixth- century Byzantine mosaic map showing Jerusalem and other holy sites, originally […]

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Dead Sea & Jordan Valley

You’re standing at the lowest point on earth … this is how fascinating the experience is of visiting the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is not only the lowest point on earth, some 400 meters below sea level, and not only the most dramatic and moving landscapes in the world, […]

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Amman

The capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Amman in history as Rabbath- Ammon and in Greco- Roman times – known as Philadelphia- has much to offer. Vibrant with its arts scene and business community, rich with what it offers in shopping, fine cuisine, hotels and entertainment facilities that cater […]

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