Information for Travelers
Jordan, an Arab country on the eastern bank of the Jordan, is characterized by ancient monuments, nature reserves and popular resorts.
Jordan is a traveler's dream introduction to the Middle East.
Safe and friendly, the destination brings travelers closer to the wonders of the world and immerses them in world-class hospitality.
Marvel at the faded frescoes in the 1,300-year-old desert Quseir Amra castle.
Climb the red sand dunes and stand in the shadows of weathered sandstone in the humble desert landscape of Wadi Rum .
The jaw-dropping sites of the ancient city of Nabatean will leave you stunned - and eager to see more.
Its mountainous capital, Amman, is filled with bustling restaurants and cafes, elegant shops and impressive art galleries.
At the Dead Sea you can relax after days of sightseeing and enjoy some much needed pampering at the many luxury seaside resorts.
You will feel at home as you enter the culture of this peaceful country.
UNESCO World Heritage sites abound in Jordan.
It is in Jordan that the famous archaeological excavations of Petra are located.
Around 300 BC BC Petra was the capital of the Nabataeans.
In a narrow valley, tombs, temples and other structures were buried in the red sandstone, which is why Petra is also known as the "pink city".
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