To visit Jordan is to be immersed in the history of civilization, and an unmissable experience. These lands saw the birth of the first Neolithic culture and played host to an endless stream of invaders and settlers: Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Israelites, Romans, Muslims Arabs…
The capital, Amman, is a city of contrasts which blends modernity and tradition with the new architectural icons of a modern, cosmopolitan city. The warm, salty waters of the Dead Sea contain 10 times more sodium than the rest of the world’s oceans. This mineral-rich sea invites us to enjoy the largest natural spa in the world as we relax on its shores. Mount Nebo is historically significant as the last place visited by Moses. It was from here that the prophet saw the promised land he was never to reach.
Today, Jordan has five World Heritage Sites. Petra is one of those places everyone must see at least once in their life. Its monuments sculpted from the rocks are one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.