The great city of Petra, of course, is a marvel carved from living stone, but Jordan offers much more to the curious traveler. We arrange desert camps in the epic Wadi Rum, with real Bedouin tents of goat hair, meals roasted over desert sand, and horse- and camelback (or jeep) safaris into the limitless wilderness. Or snorkeling and sailing sojourns in Aqaba, ﬂoats in the Dead Sea, and beautifully guided strolls in the wondrous Roman ruins at Pella and Jerash. And what adventure is not complete without sea-salt mud baths at a Dead Sea resort?
Jordan: Lost Kingdom of the Nabataeans
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- Amman, built atop Roman ruins
- Follow the King’s Highway to Madaba
- Wadi Mujib, “Grand Canyon of the Middle East”