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Best Jordan Tour Packages

Are you planning a trip to a secluded place? Then, nothing is better than Jordan. This place is an enchanting realm with a rich tapestry of cultures and breathtaking landscapes that beckon explorers worldwide. The seamless integration of ancient history and modern allure makes Jordan a captivating destination. Jordan packages are meticulously crafted to encompass the country's diverse offerings. From the awe-inspiring ancient city of Petra to the vast beauty of the Wadi Rum desert, Jordan promises an extensive affair.

The nation's dedication to preserving its historical treasures and cultural legacy intensifies your trip and ensures every age group remains engaged and intrigued. Whether you are exploring with family or friends, the nation will surprise you at each step. Embark on the Jordanian journey that promises an memorable expedition filled with archaeological wonders, desert ventures, and warm hospitality.

Key Information About Jordan

Jordan Tourism Information
Currency Used in the Jordan Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
Language Used Arabic
Religion Islam
Telephone Code +962
International Airport Queen Alia International Airport (AMM)
Cellular Service Zain, Orange, Umniah
Time Zone GMT+3

Experiences in Jordan

Discover the allure of Jordan through its myriad splendors, from exploring ancient ruins to floating effortlessly in the Dead Sea. The country's culinary assortment is a delight, harmonizing Arabic, Mediterranean, and Bedouin flavors.

Historical Exploration

Petra: Marvel at the ancient city of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its rock-cut architecture. The rose-red city, carved into the rock by the Nabataeans, offers a stunning voyage through time.

Jerash: This site boasts some of the preserved Roman ruins outside Italy. Here, you can witness the grandeur of the bygone era through its arches, theaters, and temples, providing a glimpse into daily life during the Roman Empire.

Qasr Amra: It is a UNESCO-listed desert castle recognized for its maintained frescoes depicting scenes of music, dance, and daily life. Built during the Umayyad period, it was a hunting lodge and bathhouse.

Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Mansaf: Indulge in Jordan's national dish, Mansaf, a traditional Bedouin dish featuring lamb cooked in fermented yogurt, served with rice and topped with pine nuts.

Falafel and Hummus: Delight in the flavors of falafel and hummus, popular Middle Eastern snacks that showcase Jordan's rich culinary heritage.

Knafeh: Treat your taste buds to Knafeh, a sweet and cheesy dessert that is a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

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Jewels of Jordan Tour

7 N / 8 D

Amman - Jerash - Madaba - Kerak - Petra - Wadi Rum - Aqaba - Amman

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Highlights Of Jordan

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Amman - Petra - Jerash - Ajloun

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Jordan Explorer

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Amman - Jerash - Madaba - Petra - Wadi Rum - Amman

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Places to Visit in Jordan

Planning a holiday to Jordan but confused with the destinations? Worry not! We've crafted a list of top places to ensure you make the most of your visit to this captivating country. Jordan presents a spectrum of experiences, from ancient wonders to breathtaking landscapes and cultural treasures, promising a fulfilling adventure for every traveler.



The capital city of Jordan, Amman, combines modernity with antique charm. Stroll at the Amman Citadel to view the picturesque sights, the Roman Theater to get insights into the relics from the past, and shop at the vibrant downtown markets.

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum

Dive into the surreal terrains of Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon. This protected desert wilderness has dramatic sandstone mountains and red sand dunes. It offers terrific alternatives for hiking, rock climbing, and camel trekking.



Wander through the city of mosaics, Madaba. It is famed for Byzantine and Umayyad mosaic masterpieces. The most famous is the Madaba Map, a mosaic map of the Holy Land in St. George's Church.

Things to do in Jordan

Jordan offers a wide range of activities catering to every type of traveler, from thrill seekers to outdoor enthusiasts. Here are some exciting activities to consider during your Jordan tour:

Water Sports

Water Sports

Aqaba, Jordan's only coastal city, offers water sports such as scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, and kayaking. Witness vibrant coral reefs and the fascinating underwater world of the Red Sea.

Hot Air Balloon Ride

Hot Air Balloon Ride

Experience the spectacular views of Wadi Rum's vast and otherworldly landscapes by taking a hot air balloon ride over the desert. The towering red sandstone mountains, deep canyons, and vast desert plains stretch before you.

Hiking Trails

Hiking Trails

Traverse the ancient city of Petra by hiking through the untrodden paths. The city provides various trail options, which you can consider per your fitness level, each offering impressive vistas.

Best Time to Visit in Jordan

The preference of the region you plan to visit influences the ideal time to visit Jordan. Generally, the best time to visit Jordan is between March and October, when the weather is dry, creating optimal conditions for exploration. However, it is recommended to check specific weather patterns.

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How to Reach Jordan

The most convenient way to reach Jordan from India is by air. Queen Alia International Airport in Amman is the main gateway for international flights. Major international airports in India, such as Indira Gandhi International Airport and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, offer direct or connecting flights to Amman.

Visa Jordan

Indian passport holders planning to visit Jordan for traveling purposes can obtain a visa on arrival or apply for an e-visa online. It is advisable to consult the latest visa requirements with the Embassy of Jordan before planning your Jordan trip.

Transportation in Jordan

Navigating through Jordan is easy with a variety of transportation options. From well-maintained roads to organized tours, here's a guide to getting around in Jordan:

Public Transport in Jordan - The most convenient way to travel within Jordan is by public buses and shared taxis, which makes transportation between cities and towns comfortable. Domestic flights are also available for those looking to cover longer distances quickly.

Private Transport in Jordan - Travel to Jordan at your own pace with private transportation. Renting a car or hiring a private driver offers a personalized experience. This option is ideal for visiting remote areas or embarking on a road trip through stunning landscapes.

Customize your Jordan Tour Package

Create an unforgettable journey through Jordan with our tailor-made tour packages. Whether you're interested in exploring historical sites, enjoying desert adventures, or savoring local cuisine, our packages can be tailored to suit your preferences. Book your Jordan tour package today and embark on a cultural odyssey!

FAQs of Jordan Tours

Q: How to reach Jordan?

Ans: From India there are no direct flights to Jordan however,there are many gulf countries flight from India to Jordan like Air India, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Air Arabia, Etihad Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways & Gulf Air etc.

Q: What are the visa requirements for Indian Passport Holders to visit Jordan?

Ans: For Indian Passport holders Jordan Visa is on arrival for a period of 30 days,a proof of the onward journey or a return ticket are the only documents required for the procedure.

Q: What currency is used in Jordan?

Ans: Jordanian Dinar is the national currency of Jordan (JD). 01 JD = INR 108 and USD 1.45 approx.

It is easy to change currency in Jordan. Major currencies that are accepted are US dollar, UK pounds and Euros. You can also bring Dinars into Jordan.

Q: What is the best time to travel to Jordan?

Ans: Jordan as a country is best to see during Spring season between March to May and autumn season September -November. During these times of the year the temperatures are cool enough to enjoy exploring Jordan's iconic sites.

Q: Is there a communication issue in Jordan with the locals? Do they speak English?

Ans: There is no communication issue in Jordan with locals. National language of Jordan is Arabic, however English is also widely spoken in the larger cities like Amman & Aqaba.

Q: Is Jordan a destination for families and kids?

Ans: Jordan is a family welcoming country and people are incredibly friendly.

Q: How safe is Jordan to travel?

Ans: Jordan is very safe to visit. According to a World Economic Forum its even safer than Germany or Great Britain. Stealing from or harming tourist is taken very seriously and harsh punishments exist for offenders. As a result travelers can explore the country more confidently.

Q: What are the must see tourist placesin Jordan?

Ans: Jordan is a beautiful country to see and the must see cities are Petra (Ancient rock cut city), Magic Bedouin Star (Desert Wilderness), Mount Nebo (Iconic Mountain with panoramic view), The Treasury (Ancient temple carved out of rock face) and many more.

Q: Can I enjoy water sports in Jordan like Snorkel and Scuba?

Ans: Adventure seekers visiting Jordan will be in their element when they visit Aqaba. The southern part of Aqaba is situated on the coast of the Red Sea and offers a wide range of water sports and activities of an aquatic nature including: scuba diving, windsurfing, waterskiing, jet skiing, snorkeling, and sailing. Diving in Aqaba is spectacular and goes on all year round, with different species to be seen in the different seasons. In June / July there are whale sharks, while in February you can often see Mantas. Here are some of the best water activities you can ever experience in Aqaba.

Q: How many days are best to spend in Jordan?

Ans: Ideally a 05- 07 days are sufficient to visit Jordan, which can comfortable fit in Petra, Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea. One can also add Aqaba at the shores of Red Sea or spend sometimes in Amman.

Q: What is the time difference in Jordan?

Ans: Jordan switches to Daylight-Saving Time during summers due to which it is 3 hours 30 minutes behind of Indian Standard Time. In winters, India is 2 hours 30 minutes ahead of Jordan. India is 02 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Jordan.

Q: Tap water is drinkable in Jordan?

Ans: Tap water in Jordan is generally safe to drink, but for a short trip it's better to stick to bottled water. The tap water in southern Jordan, particularly Wadi Rum, comes from natural springs at Diseh and so is extremely pure.