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Amidst the surroundings of the rocky desert of the Northern Arabian Peninsula lies this beautiful destination that offers a rich culture and experience to all visitors

Among popular beach holidays, Jordan has been gaining quite a lot of popularity these days. Officially known as the ‘Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan’, this country gets its name from the Jordan River which covers most of the area of the country’s northwest border. Though there are many myths surrounding the name of the river, the most famous one is that the river derives its name from the Semitic word ‘Yarad’, which means ‘the descender’. Adding to this, the area that forms the modern country of Jordan today was known as ‘Transjordan’, meaning ‘Across the Jordan’. 

The country boasts about its rich heritage and now, with cost-effectively priced online Jordan tour packages from India, it is becoming easier for travellers to plan a trip here. Jordan is located at the crossroads of the Asian, African, and European continents in the Levant area of the Fertile Crescent, which is known as a cradle of civilisation. The area covers about 89,341 square kilometres and is approximately 400 kilometres long, at its northernmost and southernmost points, namely Umm Qais and Aqaba. If you do plan a visit to this enchanting destination, tours of Amman, the capital of Jordan, are a must for your itinerary. Sightseeing tours of Amman can truly leave you mesmerized with the beauty. That being said, do ensure that your Jordan package from India also includes places like Wadi Rum, the Dead Sea, etc., so you can enjoy a complete vacation. The country is a beautiful amalgamation of history and beauty that will make your trip a memorable one.

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Separated from ancient Palestine by the Jordan River and touted as one of the young countries, the inhabitation of this land can be traced back many years to ancient civilisations. There were three stable kingdoms that emerged at the end of the Bronze Era. These three were the kingdoms of Ammon, Moab, and Edom. The later rulers of the land included the Nabataean Kingdom, the Roman Empire, and the Ottoman Empire. It was after the Great Arab Revolt that was targeted against the Ottomans in 1916 during World War I that the Ottoman Empire was divided by Great Britain and France. In the year 1921, the Emirate of Transjordan was formed by the Hashemite, followed by Emir and Abdullah I, which finally led to the emirate becoming a British protectorate. As mentioned before, travel packages to Wadi Rum, Amman and other destinations in the country offer you the chance to explore its rich history and it is only fair that you get to experience all of it. So, before you head out, it is important that you make sure that your cost-effective online Jordan tour packages from India are customized accordingly.

In the year 1946, the country finally became independent and was known as the ‘Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan’. It was renamed to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in the year 1949 after the country took control of the West Bank during the Arab-Israeli War. However, in the year 1967, Jordan lost to Israel, which led to the former renouncing its claim to the territory in the year 1988. However, in the year 1994, Jordan became one of the two Arab states to sign a peace treaty with Israel.

Though the Jordanian economy is said to be one of the smallest economies in the world, the country is regarded as a country of ‘high human development’. Adding to this, the ‘upper middle income’ economy of the country has attracted many foreign investors, which has led to the country becoming quite a major tourist destination with many adventure tours to Wadi Rum and other destinations on offer. Apart from this, Jordan also has a well-developed health sector which has helped increase medical tourism to the country. A trip to Jordan with a tour package covering the Dead Sea, offering Wadi Rum desert tours, and covering other major destinations will let you experience what a rocky desert beauty really looks like. A pro tip is for you to search for customized holidays to Israel and Jordan online that are available at cost-effective prices.

Amman Tours

The capital city of Jordan, Amman quite interestingly, also happens to be the largest city in the country. The city of Amman derives its name from the 13th century BC, when the rulers had named it ‘Rabbath Ammon’. The term Rabbath here meant the ‘Capital’ or the ‘King’s Quarters’. As time passed by, Rabbath was no longer used and gradually the city came to be known as Amman. Tours of Amman let you immerse yourself in a world of culture, museums, natural beauty, mouth-watering cuisine, and more. Adding to this, Amman has a beautiful cityscape with buildings covered in thick white limestones or sandstones. The city centre, known as Downtown Amman, despite the sprawling urban changes overtaking the world, has managed to preserve the old remains and quaint beauty of the city. Amman tour packages are quite a popular choice among tourists visiting Jordan.

Dead Sea Tours

Dead Sea holiday packages take you towards the Jordan Rift Valley to witness the natural phenomenon of the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is an endorheic lake that is quite well-known all over the world. The rift valley is a geographic feature, which has been formed by the Dead Sea Transform (DST). It lies along the tectonic plate boundary between the African Plate and the Arabian Plate. It also runs between the East Anatolian Fault Zone in Turkey and the northern point of the Red Sea Rift offshore. It is said that at the southern tip of Sinai, the water system of Upper Jordan River, Sea of Galilee, and the Lower Jordan River come to an end. A Dead Sea tour is a popular attraction in Jordan with the main feature being the saltiest water body in the world.

Wadi Rum Tours

Visit the ‘Valley of the Moon’ with the best Wadi Rum tours and prepare for an amazing time! Wadi Rum is a valley cut into the sandstone and granite rocks in Southern Jordan. Touted to be the largest wadi (valley) in Jordan, a Wadi Rum jeep safari is an amazing way to explore this place, which is said to have been populated by humans from prehistoric times. Till date, people from many cultures have inhabited Wadi Rum, including the Nabataeans. The Nabataean people are known for their rock paintings, graffiti, and temples. You can witness these marvels during your Wadi Rum tours. Adding to this, this place is quite famous in the west due to its connection with a British officer named TE Lawrence, who used to pass by the area frequently during the Arab Revolt of 1917-18. Quite interestingly, one of the rock formations at Wadi Rum, which was originally known as the ‘Jabal al-Mazmar’, which you can explore with a camel ride in Wadi Rum, was renamed to ‘The Seven Pillars of Wisdom’. This was done after T.E Lawrence’s book was released speaking about the aftermath of the war, and somewhere he had mentioned about the Seven Pillars. However, later it seemed as though the seven pillars spoken about in the book had no proper connection with those in Wadi Rum. This place has a lot to offer to its visitors and with price-friendly Wadi Rum tour packages, you can have a gala of time here. Before heading out, make sure to check out the prices of a Wadi Rum tour that includes spending a night in a bubble tent!

Experience Jordan

One of the biggest reasons to book your Jordan and Wadi Rum tours is to experience its impeccable culture. Based on a number of Arabic and Islamic elements, it also has a very significant touch of western influence. The country is located at the node of three continents of the ancient world, which have been known to lend geographic and population diversity to the area. The various aspects of the culture of Jordan include traditional music, folk dance, authentic ethnic clothing, and a die-hard interest in sports. It may also be said that a key facet of the culture of Jordan is the warm hospitality of its people. The people of Jordan are known for their amiable and welcoming nature towards guests, which has won many hearts. The warmth of this hospitality can be felt by you even as you simply walk down the streets of Jordan, where people use the phrase “Ahlan Wa Sahlan”, which means “ I Welcome You”, to greet you. One of the most popular cultural practices of Jordan is the “black coffee cup”, which is a part of the Jordanian-Bedouin culture. Here, a cup of black coffee is served to the guest, where the host first takes a sip from it to ensure that the taste is perfect and if the coffee is at the right temperature. After this, the guest finishes the remaining coffee and is eventually served a second and third cup of the same brewed coffee. This is referred to as ‘karam’, which is an Arabic word for “hospitality”.


It is said that more than 40% of the population of Jordan lives in the metropolis of Amman. Being the capital and the largest city of Jordan, Amman holiday packages reflect the pop culture of Jordan quite efficiently. This pop culture has been highly influenced by the west. On Amman tours, you will come across many elements which have been inspired by Europe and the United States. Right from the tunes of European music and the fashion to American pop and movies, Amman is quite an entertainment centre. When it comes to the language of the area, along with Arabic, the people of Jordan can speak and understand English very well. Another attraction of your trip to Jordan is the cuisine that you will be able to enjoy in Amman. The people in the city cook food in the authentic style that has been followed in the area since the Palaeolithic age. Some of the authentic methods of cooking that people utilise include baking, sautéing, grilling, and roasting the vegetables and meat.

Dead Sea

Your Dead Sea trip will be incomplete if you don’t experience its authenticity and beauty. The areas that surround the Dead Sea are indeed impressively mesmeric but what entices people most in Dead Sea holiday packages is the floating adventure on the lake. With its high salinity, the Dead Sea gives its visitors an experience worth enjoying. Adding to this, the Qumran caves near this endorheic lake are a spot of religious significance, which not only attract tourists opting for a Dead Sea tour but also researchers who spend their time in the periphery of the Qumran Caves researching the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Apart from this, another reason why a Dead Sea tour is a must is the spa session you can opt for, which is done using the mud near the Dead Sea. This mud is believed to have many health benefits as it is quite rich in minerals.

Wadi Rum

A Wadi Rum tour will take you to the world of the Nabataean paintings and graffiti art. This place is surrounded by amazing beauty, which is a pleasing sight for the eyes. Here, along with the Nabataean tribe, several Bedu tribes namely, the Bdul, the Ammarin, and the Sa’idiyyin also have their habitats. In fact, the Bedu tribes have contributed to making Wadi Rum a locality of pastoral culture. Other than the art, camel husbandry, tent-making craftsmanship, traditional medicine practices, etc. are some of the other activities that the tribes of Wadi Rum indulge in. Having said this, you can also take part in these activities and can customize your Wadi Rum tour package accordingly. The best Wadi Rum tours would be the ones that also allow you to spend a night in bubble tents, where you can gaze at the beautiful clear night sky of Wadi Rum.

Things to Do in Jordan


The country has a lot of beautiful places for you to explore. In addition to this, you also have the chance to participate in a lot of adventure activities. Here are some places that your Jordan tour package from India should include: –

  • Petra:

    Known as the secret keeper of Jordan, a visit to Petra will let you explore the ancient heritage of the country. In 1985, the city of Petra was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; however, in 2007, Petra was declared as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. To enter the city, you have to pass through a 1-km long and narrow gully, Siq. Here you can experience the vibrant colours and the rock formations when you pass through the gully. Once you reach the end of the Siq, you will get to witness the treasury, Al Khazneh. This beautifully crafted red and pink rock temple will attract you closer to its periphery, taking you to a whole new world. You will no doubt have a gala of time if you are going for your holidays to Jordan, and Petra will just add on to the experience.
  • Aqaba:

    If you are looking for beach holidays in Jordan, Aqaba is your go-to place. Termed as the Gateway to the Red Sea, this place offers a rejuvenating and relaxing time to its visitors. Right from participating in activities like scuba diving and snorkelling to just laying by the beach, you can definitely have a good time here.
  • Mount Nebo:

    Yet another spot that your Jordan package from India must include is Mount Nebo. Located approximately 170 metres above the sea level, this place holds high religious significance for the people of Jordan.


The capital city of Jordan, Amman has sightseeing destinations that will leave you pleased and enthralled. Some of the spots that should make their way into your Amman holiday package are: –

  • Citadel:

    Perched upon the highest hill in Amman, the Jebel Al Qala’a Citadel is a site of ruins from the ancient Rabbath-Ammon city. It had been occupied during the Bronze Age and is surrounded by a 1700 m long wall. This wall has been rebuilt a number of times during the Bronze and Iron Ages, and also during the Roman, Byzantine, and Umayyad periods. The Temple of Hercules and the Umayyad Palace in Citadel are two of the must-visit places that you should include in your Amman sightseeing tours.
  • Qasr Al Abad:

    Yet another impressive ruin housed in the west of Amman, Qasr Al Abad is one of the very few examples of pre-Roman construction in Jordan. Though the exact age of the ruins is unknown, it is said that the Hyrcanus from the powerful Jewish Tobiad family built the Qasr Al Abad sometime between 187 and 175 BC as a fortified palace. Although the construction remained incomplete, it became an impressive sightseeing spot in Amman.
  • Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts: 

    If you want to experience the contemporary art of Jordan, this gallery or museum is a must-visit place for your Amman tour package. This gallery houses a number of paintings, sculptures, and potteries, to name some, from around the Middle East.

Dead Sea

If you are planning a Dead Sea trip, make sure that your Dead Sea tour package includes the following –

  • Qumran:

    One of the most famous sightseeing spots near the Dead Sea, Qumran shot to international fame when the Dead Sea Scrolls, i.e. ancient Jewish manuscripts, were extracted after almost 2000 years of being concealed in the Qumran Caves.
  • Masada National Park:

    Yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site, this national park is home to ruins of an ancient Roman military camp. All the historic events that took place in Masada have been carefully showcased in the Masada Museum with the help of 500 evocative artefacts, which were discovered by archaeologists. The Masada National Park is a must-include place for your Dead Sea vacation package.
  • Ein Gedi Nature Reserve: 

    Housing two spectacular parallel canyons, the Wadi David and the Wadi Arugot, the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is yet another place that must make its place into the Dead Sea travel package you choose. It is known for the stunning mosaic floor that is designed with 12 signs of the Zodiac and Aramaic inscriptions.

Wadi Rum

Coming to the beauties of Wadi Rum, here are the places that your Wadi Rum itinerary must include –

  • Jebel Rum:

    Towering above the Rum village, Jebel Rum is a 1754 m high mountain, which forms the western flank of Wadi Rum. One of the most popular spots for climbers and hikers, this place is perfect if you are looking for adventure tours of Wadi Rum. You will have to ensure before booking if the prices of your Wadi Rum tour include adventure activities as well.
  • Barrah Canyon:

    Yet another place that is a must-visit to experience the best views during your Wadi Rum tour, Barrah Canyon is a 5-km long corridor of rock that passes through the mountains and offers visitors a sight to remember. Adding to this, if you want to experience a camel ride in Wadi Rum, this is the place to go.
  • Al Hasany Dunes:

    If you want to experience the best desert tours in Wadi Rum, Al Hasany Dunes is where you must pay a visit. This place offers a wonderful view of the red sands that panel up against the Jebel Umm Ulaydiyya. If you are on a jeep safari at Wadi Rum’s Al Hasany Dunes, the drivers also halt near a slope that gives you passage to lumber away towards the crest of the dunes. This is definitely a worthy addition for your Wadi Rum itinerary.

Best Time to Visit Jordan

Since Jordan is a desert country, summers (April to August) are usually very hot here. The temperatures can reach up to 40 degrees and more, which can also cause sandstorms at times. It is said that the country receives an average sunshine of 13.1 hours per day on average during the summer months. However, during the monsoon and winter season (September to March), the country experiences quite a pleasant ambience. You can check out the packages during this time to make the best of your travel.

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