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Jordan
Jordan
Jordan is an oasis of stability in an often troubled region. Bordering Israel and Palestine, Syria, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia, Jordan occupies an unenviable position in the Middle East. In the capital Amman, visitors can tour the ancient Roman Amphitheater or visit the magnificent King Abdullah Mosque. The Royal Automobile Museum is also popular. To the west is the Dead Sea and the Ma'in Hot Springs. In the south, you will find the world-famous archeological ruins at Petra, which featured in the 1989 film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade." Finally, venture into the harsh desert valley at Wadi Rum to see Jordan’s spectacular landscapes.
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Petra
4.6/5
258 Reviews
渭南松赞干布The ancient city of Petra was built around the Christian era and is located in a mountain canyon in the Ma'an province in southern Jordan. In 312 BC, the Nabataeans of the ancient Arab tribe occupied Petra and established the capital here and developed it into a spice trading center. In 106 AD, it was annexed by the Roman Empire and reduced to a province of the Roman Empire, which was later changed due to trade routes. , Began to decline. After the Islamic invasion in the 7th century, it disappeared from history until it was rediscovered by Swiss travellers in 1812. The ancient city was built on the gorge and excavated, including palaces, residences, baths, theaters, temples, tombs, etc. Many of the buildings were in Roman style, indicating that it was heavily influenced by Roman culture at that time.
Amman Citadel
4.4/5
106 Reviews
M29***01Very nice to walk around, visit the museum and see the sunset from there. At night the lights turn on and is very beautiful.
Al Khazneh (The Treasury)
4.4/5
87 Reviews
_GG***42I cannot stress this enough, this place is beyond magical and it is larger than life itself. Once there was a very large community living here and this whole city have a lot of invention that until today remains relevant. Nothing much is written about the Nabatean civilisation here and you can hire a guide when you buy a ticket but i don’t think it is worth doing so because nothing they share is worth while ( not to mention if you can hardly understand their English, ) better to hire a proper guide from the city or make prior arrangement with a true history lover.
Wadi Rum
4.7/5
98 Reviews
Canyon
sarah小piuThe local Bedouins drive a jeep to take you through the wonders of the desert, 40JD per person, they will charge when they are in the visitor center, only cash. You can choose the morning or the afternoon, we booked from 3 pm until sunset. During the itinerary, we will go to several important scenic spots for tourists to take photos. Tourists can see spring wells in the desert, text carved on the rocks, and many photo spots for Internet celebrities. Various girls in red dress beautifully here. Viewing, of course, the last attraction is the sunset viewing spot that everyone likes. The sunset in the desert has a hazy feeling, but it is still very charming. Everyone will sit quietly on the high rock and enjoy the sunset. Great view. The whole process requires a certain amount of physical strength. If the climbing skills are good, then it is more suitable to come here. We have encountered many hikers who are quite professional. If you also like to hike in the desert, then flashlights, compasses, maps and other tools are essential. In addition to jeep and walking, there are also tourists who choose to go on horseback or camel tours. After the day's schedule is over, everyone hurries to take a shower, then eat, and wait for the stars. I must recommend the food here, I have never expected such a delicious food in such an environment! That’s right, you can’t eat it if you’re not in the desert, because his cooking method is to dig a deep hole in the desert, then burn it for 2-3 hours (look at the food), and finally put the lid on, we walk in and out here, But I never thought that the underground is our dinner. They all seem to be very simple Jordanian dishes, but they all say that the chef cooks deliciously. If your speed is too slow, it is very likely that the plate will be empty if you have not tasted it. During dinner, there will be a fox patronizing our dining tent. It looks like a wild dog and is not big, but it is familiar with the road. It comes in through the door to see you, and then rushes out of the window. The locals said that this fox meant to beg for food, and later came several times. The kind Bedouin rewarded it with a piece of chicken, and it quickly left after grabbing it. It is said that this fox also likes to steal the slippers of the guests. Sometimes, the guests have to walk a long way to find their own shoes, but all this is so novel to us. The cuteness of animals and the friendliness of humans are harmonious. Picture. After dinner, everyone washes up one after another. Don’t be too harsh on the conditions here. After all, in the desert, if you must have air-conditioned rooms, private bathrooms, and Internet celebrity tents, then there are also accommodations for thousands of yuan in the desert, but most Tourists will still enjoy the real tent camp. The water in the bathroom is not too big and not very hot, so everyone will just wash it without any problem. In the desert at night, there is no other light except for the stars. Some tourists will lie outside and stare at the starry sky for a while. Most of the tourists in the tent have their windows open. As long as you look up, the starry sky is yours. The tents provide blankets. Don’t think that the desert is very hot and doesn’t need to be covered. It’s still a bit cool in the middle of the night. After breakfast the next day, you can let the locals arrange to pick you up from the visitor center.
Siq
4.5/5
71 Reviews
Ancient Trail
欲飞的鸟[Snake Road] is a winding passage in the ancient city of Petra, so it is called "snake road". The starting point is at the mountain gate of the ancient city, and the ending point is at the Nizni Temple, which is nearly two kilometers long. The snake path is formed by cracks in the valley nearly a hundred meters high. The wide part is like a small square; the narrowest part can only be squeezed by a carriage; walking in it, the scenery changes endlessly, which makes people sigh the wonders of nature and envy Petra People’s good fortune can actually find such a natural shelter. On both sides of the snake path, there are fortifications, water supply channels, carved statues and altars, which make people stop and watch from time to time...
Jerash
4.7/5
78 Reviews
渭南松赞干布The ruins of the ancient city of Jerash are located 40 kilometers north of the Jordanian capital of Amman. It is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman cities in Jordan. Most of the buildings in the ancient city were built between the first and second centuries after Pompeii ruled by the Roman Empire in 64 BC. The buildings that were built during the Hellenistic era by the Seleucid Kingdom did not leave any traces. . The ancient city declined and abandoned after the Islamic invasion in the 7th century, and archaeological excavations were rediscovered in the early 19th century. The famous ruins of the ancient city include the Oval Square, South Amphitheatre, Colonnade Street, Temple of Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch, etc.

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Amman Citadel
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Al Khazneh (The Treasury)
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Wadi Rum
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JerashJarash Qasabah District,Jordan

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