Go Jordan Tour 7day

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7 Days Tour: Cost starts from  990$ – Paid Equivalent in Lari (GEL)

GoJordan – Take a breathtaking journey across Jordan. Visit the most amazing Historically & Religious places in Jordan.



Day 01: Airport – Amman /overnight

Upon Arrival to queen Alia international airport, our representative will be help with formulas and procedures, holding sign with group name then Transfer to the hotel in Amman for dinner and overnight


Day 02: Amman – Um Qais – Jesus Cave – Amman /overnight

After breakfast, drive from Amman to north of Jordan  to Um Qais the old Gadara, a Greco-Roman city, situated on 29km in the north of Irbid, was like Jerash, a member of the Decapolis, this confederation which linked the Hellenized cities in the Semitic countries. The old texts describe it “the Attic of the Assyrian land “The city is mentioned in the New Testament as the site um Qais has another claim to fame as the site where, according to the Bible, Jesus performed one of his greatest miracles: casting demons from two men into a herd of pigs. Since the first millennium, Gadara has resultantly been a Christian place of pilgrimage, including a colonnaded street, a theatre, a mausoleum and a Byzantine church. The ruins lie in lush hill country overlooking the Golan Heights and the Sea of Galilee after visit transfer to visit Jesus cave this cave was first known as the Soldier’s Cave, the cave mentioned in the extra-biblical Gospel of Barnabas that Jesus rested in with 72 followers and 12 disciples when fleeing from the soldiers of Herod.Other than being a possible place where Jesus took shelter, the cave was also much used in the Roman/Byzantine period as an olive and wine press.  The olive press inside the cave itself has been restored then back to Amman to the hotel for dinner and overnight


Day 03: Amman – Jerash – Amman / overnight

After breakfast, transfer to visit Jerash, one of the largest and best-preserved Roman cities in the Middle East, lies in a broad valley among the biblical mountains of Gilead, about 50 kilometres north of the Jordanian capital, Amman; You will enter JERASH through the monumental South Gate and find yourself wandering around in a Roman city. You will walk in the Oval Plaza surrounded by colonnades, visit the Roman theatre and Byzantine churches with mosaic-covered floors. People from the predominantly pagan Decapolis followed Jesus during his ministry in Galilee Although Jesus visited the region he entered Gerasa, Enjoy a stroll along JERASH ‘main road (the Cardo) and pass by the Nyphium. You may experience the marvelous acoustics of the theatre, the stage of the JERASH music festival which takes place every year. And see for yourself how the Romans built the earthquake-proof columns of the colonnaded streets after visit back to Amman to the hotel for dinner and overnight


Day 04: Amman – Madaba – Mount Nebo – Baptism Site – Dead Sea / overnight

After breakfast, departure from Amman to visiting Madaba , famous for the unique mosaic map of the Holy Land, which can be found in Saint George’s church floor then drive to Mount Nebo the place where Moses looked over the Holy Land and the Dead Sea. That is the place where Moses was seen for the last time; therefore we consider this place as burial place for Moses. You can visit here the memorial church of Moses. If the sky is clear Jerusalem, Jericho and Bethlehem will meet your eye at the other side of the Dead Sea then transfer to to the lowest place on earth the Baptism site were found some remains of old churches which they are related directly to the Baptism of the Christ. At about 1km, the archaeologists found the remains of a huge religious complex which contains churches, cisterns, and baptismal basins established by the first Christian pilgrims, on the place of the (Bethany beyond Jordan), where John the Baptist had his religious life. A walk through this holly place will mark your tour in Jordan with a memorable step then Drive onwards to Dead Sea, at 410 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth. Jordan’s Dead Sea coast is one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the world and it remains as enticing to international visitors today as it was to kings, emperors, traders, and prophets in antiquity. The main attraction of the Dead Sea is of course the soothing, abnormally salty water itself. The salt content of the water is 31.5% making the water so buoyant that it is impossible for the visitor to sink. The water also contains 21 minerals including high levels of magnesium, sodium, potassium, and bromine and 12 of these minerals are found in no other body of water in the world then to the hotel for dinner and overnight


Day 05: Dead Sea – Petra Visit - Petra / overnight

After breakfast, transfer from Dead Sea to south of Jordan to visit of Petra the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom. The long-lost city of Petra, carved entirely by man into the rose-red sandstone rocks, puts your imagination to the test. It’s a mystic and glorious place, an eternal tribute to a lost civilization. . Petra was the central meeting point of the Nabatean spice routes. This is originated from the Persian Gulf, Western Arabia and the Red Sea. About two thousand years ago Petra became the capital of the Nabatean Empire. The city was so renowned that one of its kings, Arêtes IV, is even mentioned in the Bible. The natural richness of the mountainous area combines in a superb way with the refined culture and massive architecture of the Nabatean, who carved their theatre, temples, façades, tombs, monasteries, houses and roads entirely into the rose-red sandstone rocks. No wonder UNESCO placed Petra on its World Heritage List. One enters Petra by passing the Siq, a deep and narrow gorge, at the end of which all of a sudden dramatically appears the most famous monument in Petra: al-Khazneh or the Treasury and (Monastry:Hidden high in the hills, the Monastery is one of the legendary monuments of Petra. Similar in design to the Treasury but far bigger (50m wide and 45m high), it was built in the 3rd century BC as a Nabatean tomb. It derives its name from the crosses carved on the inside walls, suggestive of its use as a church in Byzantine times. The ancient rock-cut path of more than 800 steps starts from the Nabatean Museum and follows the old processional route) after visit back to the hotel for dinner and overnight


Day 06: Petra – Wadi Rum – Aqaba /overnight

After breakfast ,drive to the wonderful desert Wadi Rum to do 2hr jeep safari sunrise to experience a journey to another world, a silent and timeless place where you will be dwarfed to insignificance. ‘Vast, echoing and Godlike’, that’s how Lawrence of Arabia described the uniquely shaped massive mountains rise out of the rose-red desert sand, and then transfer to Aqaba free to enjoy sun, swimming and snorkeling and shopping (Aqaba: the only Jordan Port situated in the depth of Aqaba Golf, and occupied the reserved extremity of Wadi Araba. Aqaba was till today an important intersection for the commercial roads. More than its functions as a port, Aqaba become a principal touristic attraction pole, and recently established as free zone then check in at the hotel then dinner and overnight


Day 07: Aqaba – airport

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for departure

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