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Trip to Jordan

Travel Itinerary -
Days: 9
Season: All
trip transport traveler type
Country: Jordan
Travel Interests: Tours and Sightseeing,World heritage sites
Description: From Israel to 8 days in Jordan from north to south: Ajloun Castle, Jerash ruines, Amman, Madaba, Ma'in Hot Springs, Karak castle, Dana Biosphere Reserve, Petra and wadi Rum.
Created by roee
Last modified 25/01/2018
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Day 1

Arrival from Israel

Day 2

From Aman to Mai'n hot springs.

Day 3

From Ma'in hot springs to Dana Nature Park

Day 4

Dana Nature Park

Day 5

From Dana to Petra

Day 6


Day 7

Wadi Rum

Day 8

Wadi Rum

Day 9

From Wadi Rum to Eilat, Israel

My best travel tips
Be sure to carry plenty of water to stay hydrated throughout your visit! (there are a few restaurants/shops within the park)
Money and cost
Get the 2 Day Petra Pass: The 2 day Petra pass is only 5 JD more than a 1 day pass, so you might as well not kill yourself and just do it in two days.
WHEN TO GO TO JORDAN? If you’re traveling based on the weather, you’ll probably want to travel in the spring around March to May. This is when the weather is the nicest, warm days, cool nights, but be prepared for high rates since this is a popular travel time.
Petra by Night is stunning: A Petra by Night show takes place at the Treasury 3 nights per week. It costs JD 17 ($ 24 USD) to see it, and tickets can be bought at the visitors centre. The show starts at around 9:00 pm and ends at around 10:00 pm, but consider that it takes a good 30 minutes to walk all the way to the Treasury. The path and the Treasury are illuminated by candles, and traditional music is played for a truly enchanting experience.
Packing list
Wear comfortable walking shoes. With sand, gravel and uneven terrain, I would suggest closed-toe tennis shoes or hiking boots. ~Save your ener
Tours and attractions
Stay at Least One Night in Petra (Wadi Musa): You should also stay the night in Wadi Musa so that you can get to Petra early before the crowds, and also when it’s a lot cooler! It also will allow you to see the Petra By Night (above photo) if you happen to be there on a Monday, Wednesday or Thursday. It’ll cost you an additional 17JD though.
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