Jordan Tours Packages
12 Days / 11 Nights itinerary
This classic Islamic Jordan tour will cover Maqamat of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ companions, prophet Moses and many more!.
Jordan graced with a religious history; in between Mecca and Jerusalem, took a central role in history of People of the Book (Ahl- Ul-Kitab, Christians/Jews). Early Abrahamic Mentioned in the Bible , Old Testament and Holy Qur'an are affiliated with Jordan; they either travelled or lived through its land. The land of modern Jordan mentioned in the Holy Qur'an (Sura 17, verse 1) it is believed to be part of the “blessed neighborhood”.
Prices start from as low as $30 USD ONLY!
Duration: 6 - 8 hours
This trip will cover: MIMAR – Artisan Street – Archaeological Park – Church of St George – Abu Yousef Restaurant – Tal Madaba – Madaba Museum – John the Baptist Church – Saraya Building – Madaba Art Gallery – Madaba Mosque
Most famous for its well preserved Byzantine mosaics, this small and peaceful city is brimming with culture and history. We begin with the Madaba Institute for Mosaic Art & Restoration (MIMAR), a non-profit establishment that is solely dedicated to the restoration and creation of the ancient art of mosaic making. We then stroll down Artisan Street, pondering the local handicrafts before we visit the Archaeological Park and the Church of St George, which boast incredible mosaics, including the oldest map of Jerusalem dating back to the 6th century. Stop for a traditional bite to eat in Madaba’s very first restaurant before we head to the Madaba Musuem. On the way we pass Tal Madaba, which is still being excavated and holds relics from the Iron Age. After the museum, we wander south to John the Baptist Church, which sits above a series of underground caves, which you are more than welcome to explore. A late 19th century building from the Ottoman era is your next stop, which has quite an interesting tale. Your tour ends at the Madaba Mosque—an extraordinary example of Ottoman architecture, but not before viewing the exceptional local art displays in the Madaba Art Gallery.
Prices start from as low as $20 USD ONLY!
Duration: 4–5 hours
This trip will cover: Bethany beyond the jordan - jesus baptism site
The baptism site of Jesus Christ, Bethany (not to be confused with the Jerusalem village Bethany, where Lazarus was raised from the dead) lies on the River Jordan, just 15 minutes north of the Dead Sea. This site holds great significance for Christians and thousands of them gather every year in January for the feast of Epiphany.
Prices start from as low as $36 USD ONLY!
Duration: 6 – 8 hours
This trip will cover: Umm qais - Pella
Time to put on your archaeologist hat and journey north to the ruin cities of Pella and Umm Qais. On this trip you will be able to witness relics from as far back as the Stone Age. We first visit Umm Qais, the ancient cultural hub of the Middle East and coined the “new Athens” by one of its many resident poets. Here you can take in the incredible expansive views of the Sea of Galilee, Golan Heights and the Yarmuk Valley. We then head to Pella, which overlooks the Jordan Valley. There is evidence that this place has been continuously occupied for over 6,000 years.
4 Days / 3 Nights Itinerary
This trip will cover: Petra and Wadi Rum.
During this four day tour, you will enjoy two of the greatest sites in Jordan.
Petra—the city that has been carved into the face of a mountain resulting in one of the world’s most fascinating examples of architecture.
Wadi Rum—no words can be found to describe the desert of Wadi Rum. It is a true wonder of nature making you feel like you’ve been transported to another planet.
Prices start from as low as $25 USD ONLY!
Duration: 4–6 hours
This trip will cover: King Abdullah I Mosque – Citadel – Roman Amphitheatre - Downtown Market - The Royal Automobile Museum
Amman (also known as the Philadelphia of ancient times) is a stunning city filled with history. Your day will be enriched with a visit to see its ancient Roman ties downtown exhibiting its citadel overlooking the Roman Amphitheatre. We wander through the old markets enlivened with Jordanian culture and pop into the Royal Automobile Museum—a tribute to the late King Hussein. A walk past his palace will lead you to the beautiful white stone villas dotted through uptown Amman. You will be amazed at the contrast between ancient and modern Amman on this tour.