North Jordan Full Week Tour (including) by Jordan Tours
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included breakfast and dinar transferee also the visa ticket for vesting all the tourist place in our program is will e like this :-
(1) the first day: Petra City
We leave Amman from the hotel at 8:00 morning after breakfast to the desert way transit to Petra well be there at 11:30 Morning we visit Petra city until 6:00 evening then sleep in Petra in one of hotels.
(Petra is considered the most famous and gorgeous site in Jordan located about 262 km south of Amman and 133 km north of Aqaba. It is the legacy of the Nabataea's, an industrious Arab people who settled in southern Jordan more than 2000 years ago. Admired then for its refined culture, massive architecture and ingenious complex of dams and water channels, Petra is now a UNESCO world heritage site and one of The New 7 wonders of the World that enchants visitors from all corners of the globe.)
(2) the second day: visit Petra
We leave 8:00 after breakfast visit Petra until 2:00 afternoon then we goes to wadi rum will arrive there at 4: 00 afternoon then sleep on the camp after the dinar until next day.
(3) The third day: wadi rum
After the breakfast well visit rum buy jeep car and make around for 3 hours then go back to Amman on 5:00 evening stay in the hotel for the next day
Wadi Rum is very famous for its high mountains and pink sand. Actually, its as famous as Petra, one of the world's seven wonders. It's a popular tourist attraction for those whom nature provokes them to explore it and its desert beauty.
As a desert area, Wadi Rum is sometimes difficult to reach that is because it is about 30 Km. far from the main highway between Aqaba and Amman. However, this fact has given Wadi Rum its unique characteristic as a remote and peaceful area. Because it's located in the desert, you do not want expect to find luxurious hotels or spas in Wadi Rum.
( 4) (4) The Fourth day: Madaba , Mount Nebo , Dead sea
We leave Amman from the hotel at 8:00 morning after breakfast to (Madaba) City The trip south from Amman along the 5000-year-old King's Highway is one of the most memorable journeys in the Holy Land, passing through a string of ancient sites. The first city you come upon is Madaba, "The City of Mosaics".
Then continue our tour to (Mount Nebo) Mount Nebo is one of the most revered holy sites of Jordan, located 10 km west of the Roman Byzantine town of Madaba, for this is where Moses (pbuh) was buried. The site's association with the last days of Moses is described in moving words in Deuteromony (34:1-7). The episode of Balak and Balam (2:13-26) also took place here.
Then continue our tour to (Dead Sea) Deep in the Jordan Valley and 55 km southeast of Amman, is the Dead Sea, one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the whole world. It is the lowest body of water on earth, the lowest point on earth, and the world's richest source of natural salts, hiding wonderful treasures that accumulated throughout thousands of years.
(5) The Fifth day: Roman Theatre , citadel , king Hussein mosque , jearsh , ajloun
We leave from the hotel at 8:00 morning after breakfast to the heart of Amman going to the (roman theatre) The Roman Theatre was built during the reign of Marcus Aurelius (169-177 AD), the large and steeply raked theatre could seat about 6,000 people. It is built into the hillside, and oriented north to keep the sun off the spectators. In this photo, the orchestra and stage are viewed from the first diazoma (horizontal division) of the cavea. The east side of the cavea illustrates its division into three horizontal sections (diazomata); the lower seats were naturally more desirable, just as in today's theatres. Side entrances (paradoi) appear at ground level, one leading to the orchestra and the other to the stage. Rooms behind these entrances now house the Jordanian Museum of Popular Traditions on the one side, and the Amman Folklore Museum on the other side. The highest section of seats in a theatre was (and still is) called "The Gods". Although far from the stage, even there the sightlines are excellent, and the actors could be clearly heard, owing to the steepness of the cavea
(Citadel) Citadel one of the oldest mountain city of Amman and seven taken by the Ammonites since ancient seat of their rule in the city, and then of all the Greeks and Romans, the Byzantines, who had occupied the city in a row to you by the Islamic conquest in the seventh century, built on top Umayyad Palace. Emerged Citadel in Amman, the capital of Ammonites. Which still remains of palaces lie the Ammonites, including the walls of fences, wells drilled in the rock limestone. Also found in the Citadel of four statues of the kings of the Ammonites back to the eighth century BC. M.  There is also the Citadel, and the effects of Roman Corinthian columns and the Temple of Hercules, as well as containing traces back to the Islamic Umayyad period, where the Umayyad palace there. In addition, there is a Museum of Antiquities of Jordan at the top of the mountain simulates the history of Jordan in general and Oman in particular.
(king hussein mosque)
(Jearsh) Jerash, located 48 km north of Amman and nestled in a quiet valley among the mountains of Gilead, is the grandeur of Imperial Rome being one of the largest and most well preserved sites of Roman architecture in the World outside Italy. To this day, its paved and colonnaded streets, soaring hilltop temples, handsome theaters, spacious public squares and plazas, baths, fountains and city walls pierced by towers and gates remain in exceptional condition.
( Ajloun caste ) 73 km north of Amman, and a short journey northwest from Jerash, through a beautiful pine-forest and olive groves, brings you to the town of Ajloun, where Hadrian stayed over the winter of 129-30 AD, and built himself an arch well outside the town, leaving unbonded its sides for future city walls to come out to meet it.
After our tour finish go back to Amman to the hotel around 6:00 evening
(6) The sixth day : Deseret castle (Qasr al-Harraneh, Qasr al-Mushatta, Qasr al-Hallabat, Qasr al-Azraq, Qusayr 'Amra)
This well-preserved castle is located about 16 kilometers west of Qusayr 'Amra and 55 kilometers east of Amman. The spot is marked by an assortment of tall radio pylons on the other side of the highway.
Just south of Amman, Qasr al-Mushatta offers an excellent example of characteristic Umayyad architecture. The castle is an incomplete square palace with elaborate decoration and vaulted ceilings. The immense brick walls of the complex stretch 144 meters in each direction, and at least 23 round towers were nestled along these walls. The palace mosque is sited in the traditional position, inside and to the right of the main entrance. Throughout, there is a powerful symmetry and axiality in the planning, with a tendency for compartmentalization, often into three sections. The vaulting systems are considered essentially Iraqi, but the stonemasonry and carved decoration is Hellenistic. Both influences are modified by their interaction, and this palace presents the most complete fusion of the two traditions in Umayyad architecture
is located just off the main road about 30 kilometers east into the desert from Zarqa. It was originally a Roman fort built during the reign of Caracalla (198-217 CE) to defend against raiding desert tribes. There is evidence that, before Caracalla, Trajan had established a post there on the remains of a Nabatean settlement. During the seventh century CE, the site became a monastery, and the Umayyads then fortified it and decorated it with ornate frescoes and decorative carvings. Two kilometers past Qasr al-Hallabat, heading east, are ruins of the main bathing complex known as Hammam al-Sarah. The baths were once adorned with marble and lavish mosaics. Today, you can still see the channels that were used for hot water and steam
About 13 kilometers north of the Azraq Junction, on the highway to Iraq, you will find the large black fortress of Qasr al-Azraq. The present form of the castle dates back to the beginning of the 13th century CE. Crafted from local black basalt rocks, the castle exploited Azraq's important strategic position and water sources.
Heading back towards Amman on Highway 40, Qusayr 'Amra is about 28 kilometers from Azraq. This is the best preserved of the desert castles, and probably the most charming. It was built during the reign of the Caliph Walid I (705-715 CE) as a luxurious bath house.
(7) The seventh day
Go back to the Airport
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