Jordan attractions will give you all details about historical places in Jordan. All of the exciting attractions available to tourists in Jordan as well as information about travel in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

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Petra | The Rose Red City

Petra is an archaeological and historical city located in the Ma'an governorate in the south of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It is famous for its architecture hand-carved in pink sandstone in the high desert of Jordan some 2,000 years ago and its ancient aqueduct system. In the past it was called "Sila" and it was called "The Rose Red City" because of the colors of its twisted rocks.

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Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan

Wadi Rum is called the Valley of the Moon, and it is the largest valley in Jordan. The word Rum means in the Arabic language as the Valley of the Sand. It is one of the rarest natural landscapes in Jordan, as it is characterized by granite rocks and sandstones above the valley. It is full of red sand but suffers little rain and as such is one of the arid regions.

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Amman Jordan

Amman City | Capital of the Jordanian Kingdom

Amman, the capital of Jordan, is a fascinating city of contrasts - a unique mix of ancient and modern, located in a hilly area between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley. In the commercial heart of the city, ultra-modern buildings, hotels, elegant restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques sit side by side with traditional cafes and small artisan shops.

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Madaba Jordan

Madaba | Jordan Attractions

Madaba is a combination of rural domestic life and a reference point for religious tourism. Known as the "City of Mosaics", Madaba is the cultural epicenter of the Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics. A few steps from the capital, visitors are a stone's throw from the sacred monuments of religious iconography.

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Jerash Jordan

Jerash | Jordan Attractions

Jerash is an incredible fusion of Greco-Roman and Oriental influences. A perfect place to visit in spring with beautiful hills and lush greenery, Jerash has a rhythm that is not seen anywhere else in Jordan. In addition, Jerash hosts the Jerash Festival of Culture and Arts every year, a three-week summer program full of folk dances, music, and theater performances.

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Mount Nebo Jordan

Mount Nebo | Jordan Attractions

Just 10 km from Madaba is Mount Nebo, the place where the prophet Moses first saw the Promised Land and where he died and was buried. It goes without saying that it is a place with a very special aura. Discover more about this place with Cairo Top Tours!

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Mukawir | City of Machaerus | Jordan Attractions

Mukawir | City of Machaerus

Mukawir is a place where Herod built walls around the top and erected towers at the corners, each 90 feet high. At the center of this fence, he built a building that took your breath away in size and beauty. This was said by the famous 1st-century historian!

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Dead Sea Jordan

Dead Sea in Jordan

The Dead Sea is a wonder of nature, an ideal place for religious tourism but also for fun in the sun with the whole family. Here beach life and religious history merge, you can relax in the sun, while Bible enthusiasts can enjoy daily favorite subjects.

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Ajloun Castle Jordan

Ajloun Castle | Jordan Attractions

The mountain town of Ajloun is located about 75 km northwest of Amman, in one of the coolest and greenest areas in all of Jordan (in winter it snows on these sides) and is known for its pine forests, the thousands of olive trees that decorate the hills and the many orchards and vineyards that dot the region.

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Kerak Fortress | Karak Stronghold Jordan

Kerak Fortress | Karak Stronghold Jordan

Ancient Crusader stronghold, Karak is located 900 meters above sea level, within the walls of the old city. The city today has a population of around 170,000 and continues to boast a number of restored 19th-century Ottoman buildings, restaurants, places to stay, and the like. But it is undoubtedly the Karak castle that dominates everything.

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Umm Qais | Umm Qays | Jordan Attractions

Umm Qais | Jordan Attractions

Little is known about the ancient history of Umm Qais, a site in the hills north-west of Jordan with a great view of Lake Tiberias, the Yarmouk River, and the Golan Heights. Learn more about Jordan attractions with Cairo Top Tours!

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Aqaba Jordan | Aqaba City | Aqaba Port

Aqaba Jordan | Jordan Attractions

Located on the southern tip of Jordan, about 4 hours from the capital Amman, Aqaba is a seaside city full of Jordanian charm. With its ancient pools for irrigation, water sports, and its historic atmosphere for those who wish to revisit the past, Aqaba is a delightful complement to the metropolitan charm of Amman.

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Baptism Site in Jordan | Bethany Beyond Jordan

Baptism Site in Jordan | Bethany | Jordan River

The place where John the Baptist lived in Bethany beyond the Jordan, where Jesus was baptized, had long been known from the Bible (John 1:28 and 10:40) and from the Byzantine and medieval texts. Know more about the history of Jordan with Cairo Top Tours!

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Wadi Mujib

Wadi Mujib | Jordan Attractions

The Mujib Biosphere Reserve is the lowest nature reserve in the world and is located in the deep Mujib Valley, not far east of the Dead Sea, and 410 meters below sea level. The reserve extends its beautiful landscapes to the Karak and Madaba mountains in the north and south, reaching 900 meters above sea level in some places.

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Dana Biosphere

Dana Biosphere | Jordan Attractions

Dana is an unparalleled oasis of peace and tranquility and an extraordinary world of natural treasures. It is an experience that defines the meaning of the expression "return to nature" The Dana Biosphere Reserve has been identified by Birdlife International as an Important Area for Birds.

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