Tours in Jordan
Come with us in Jordan, the Land of Nabatheis. Visit the capital Amman, Petra rose-red city, the salty water of the Dead Sea, Jerash the Greco-roman city, Madaba city of mosaics, Mount Nebo, Kerak, Little Petra and Wadi Rum the moonscape terrain T. E. Lawrence rightly described as "vast, echoing and God-like."
Did you know that Jordan is one of the world's most incredible hiking destinations? Jordan offers a great variety of walks, treks, caves, climbs and canyons..definitely an experience everyone should have at least once in their lifetime
Explore the fascinating history, ruins & landscapes of Jordan & Jerusalem with our special itineraries.Visit Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Petra, Jericho, The Dead Sea and much more..
Language: Arabic is the official language. English is widely spoken. French, German, Italian and Spanish are also spoken in many tourist areas.
Religion: Over 92% Sunni Muslim, with 2% Shi'a and Druze Muslim. A significant Greek Orthodox Christian minority (6%) resides mainly in the villages around the hill city of Madaba.
Time: GMT + 2 (GMT + 3 between March and October - dates vary).
Medical Care: Medical care in Jordan is of international standard and one of the best in the Middle East.
Clothing: Jordan has no restrictions on clothing but you have to remember that you are a guest in a Muslim country. Therefore dress for your comfort and with respect for the culture and the people around you. While touring, dress sensibly (T-shirts and Bermuda are acceptable). We suggest comfortable closed shoes for visiting Petra or any other archaeological site in Jordan.
Electricity: 220 V Tips: Tipping is not considered optional, but essential if we want to be provided with a discreet service. So try to leave a reasonable tip to anyone providing you with a service.
Public Holidays: The most important holiday period is Ramadan. This is the name given to the ninth month of the Islamic lunar Calendar (Hegira). Tourists in public places are asked to respect Ramadan. The period of Ramadan ends with a feast called Eid al-Fitr, a small party. Celebrated during the 10th day of the month of pilgrimage is Eid al-Adha, feast of sacrifice. It is the most important date in the Islamic calendar. Another important celebration of the Islamic people is Eid-Milad-an-Nabi, which commemorates the birthday of Prophet Muhammad. Ras as-Sana is the celebration of the new Islamic year. Bank holidays are Labour Day on 1 May, Independence Day on May 25, Christmas Day December 25 and New Years Day on January 1.