(05 Nights / 06 Days)



Day 1:

Arrival at Amman Queen Alia Airport Meet & Assist Through Passport Control Formalities. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Amman


Day 2:

Breakfast. Departure towards Madaba, famous as the "Mosaics' City", these mosaics are characteristic for the graphical refinement and the symbolic meanings. Particular it is  "the Map of the Holy Land", discovery in 1897 and conserved in Saint George's Church , it is an exceptional document of Biblical geography that reproduces over 150 localities, written in Greek and various color based on the characteristics of the place. Moreover Madaba is famous for manufacturing chromatic carpets and it is appreciated for many other sites collected in the Archaeological Park. Proceeding with the visit of the Mount Nebo. On the top of the Mount Siyagha (the Biblical Psyga) on the ruins of a Byzantine monastery, the Franciscans' Order of the Holy Land' Guardians have erected Nebo's Sanctuary, or Memorial of Moses. Here Moses stopped contemplating the Promised Land and this place is assumed to be his own grave. Entering to the Sanctuary it is found the famous monolithic Statue in stone, high 6 mt.  representing :"the Love- book among People" created from the Italian sculptor Vincenzo Bianchi. Another Italian artist: Gian Paolo Fantoni has realized and exhibits in the same area a monument in bronze, representing a snake coiled to a stick. Continuing with the visit of Al-Karak, pleasant town which rises on a rock high nearly 1000 meters. It is dominated from an imposing fortress, the homonym Castle, a dark labyrinth of halls with stoned vaults and infinite passages, typical of the Crusaders 'architecture Then driving toward Petra. Overnight in Hotel.


Day 3:

Breakfast. Visit of Nabatean Petra, rock-carved and chromatic ancient city. Unique beauty with its very antique vestiges, it offers so much to explore: monumental tombs, stairways, palaces, temples, graffiti... and lots more. Entering from the main entrance, visit the Tomb of the Triclinium and the Nabatean Dam. Proceeding through the famous Siq, a spectacular gorge, tightened between two steep walls of multicolor sandstone, by fact, the traditional entrance of Petra. Then keep going with the visit of this charismatic City, once fallen in the oblivion, and brought back to light from the Swiss explorer Burckhardt in 1812. Stepping in by the famed "Al-Khaznah", known for an ancient  tradition by which a Pharaon would have hidden a fabulous treasure then towards the external Siq, the way of the Facades, proceeding towards the Theatre, entirely rock  carved and erected in place of a old cemetery. Entering in the famous area called Al-Khubthah which collects few buildings by characteristic and intriguing carved facades: the Royal Tombs, the Tomb of the Urn, the Tomb of the Silk and the Corinthian Tomb. Following with the Nymphaeum, the Cardo, the Great Temple and the Qasr Bint. Departure towards Wadi Rum. It is the most vast and wonderful desert in Jordan, magnificent, surreal. It is a labyrinth of mountains, rising from nowhere up the small villages of local Bedouins. However this silent land was a st age of important events that decided the nowadays situation of the Region. Tour by Jeep 4X4 about 2 hours long. Coffee around a campfire; Dinner & overnight in Tent, under a starring sky.


Day 4:

Breakfast. Departure towards Amman. Accommodation in hotel. Free afternoon. Overnight in hotel.


Day 5:

Breakfast. Amman city tour, the Jordanian capital was built on seven hills; it is a fascinating city of contrasts – a unique blend of old and new.  The residential suburbs consist of mainly tree-lined street and avenues flanked by elegant, almost uniformly white houses, in the downtown area is much older and more traditional with smaller businesses producing and selling everything from fabulous jewelers to everyday household items. The people of Amman are multi-cultural, multi-denominational, well educated and extremely hospit able. They welcome visitors and take pride in showing them around their fascinating and vibrant city. Towering above the city, where Amman began, at least 5000 years ago stand out the Citadel, where three important structures lie: The Byzantine Church, the Temple of Hercules, and the Umayyad Palace Complex. Beside there is the Jordan Archaeological Museum, a small museum that houses an excellent collection of antiquities ranging from prehistoric times to the 15th Century. Four exhibits are particularly worth viewing: a collection of Dead Sea Scrolls found in 1947; one tells of treasure hidden on the west bank of the Jordan River; the Neolithic limestone statues of Ain Ghazal, which are linked to advances in pro-technology; a copy of the Moesha's Stele or Moabite Stone, proudly erected by the Moabite King Moesha in 850 BC to celebrate his nu merous victories over the Israelites and four rare Iron-Age anthropomorphic sarcophagi of striking cocoon-like design, which give an insight into ancient burial practices. Overnight in hotel


Day 6:

Breakfast. Transfer to the Queen Alia International Airport in Amman for departure.


The Program Includes:

  • Meet & assistance at Amman Airport upon Arrival & Departure.
  • Lodging in hotels On Bed & Breakfast  
  • Transfer by Modern Vehicles, with English Speaking Driver
  • Enter fees to sites.
  • Entrance Fee Amman Beach
  • Ride by horse in Petra(300mt.)
  • Jeep Ride in desert of Wadi Rum.


The Program Excludes:

  • Airfare ( Upon Request )  
  • Visa Fee
  • Departure tax
  • Lunches during Visiting sites
  • Beverages during meals
  • Tips.
  • Personal expenses
  • Everything not mentioned