The Kingdom Of Jordan

Tucked away from a towering skyscrapers and glitzy mega cities, Jordan is a captivating destination that enthralls the most curious, intrepid travellers, those who want to experience a different world and explore an ancient kingdom. Even as it evolves with the fast-changing world, Jordan remains deeply committed to preserving its heritage and to giving travellers the extraordinary experience of wandering in the remnants of ancient civilisation and amidst some of the most important historical sites. The timeless splendour of the Dead Sea, Petra and Wadi Rum creates a whimsical adventure for travellers of every kind.

Top Destinations In Jordan


A ‘rose-red city half as old as time’, Petra is a mystical world wonder that has long been a subject of countless stories, documentations and poetry but none prepares anyone for the actual experience of discovering such an enchanting place.

Petra, named as one of seven wonders of the world, is Jordan’s most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction. It is a city meticulously and beautifully carved out of a sheer, pink rock face by the Nabataeans, the Arab people who settled in the area more than 2,000 years ago. During that time, Petra became an important junction for the silk, spice and other trade routes that linked China, India and southern Arabia with Egypt, Syria, Greece and Rome.


Set in the middle of mountains and rolling hills, the Dead Sea is a breath-taking body of water that marks the lowest point on earth at 400 metres below sea level.

It is a place that has been cited in several stories of humanity, making it one of the most spectacular spiritual landscapes one can explore. On top of its history, the Dead Sea has long drawn people into its warm, soothing salt water that is 10 times saltier than the sea. It is incredibly buoyant, anybody can float on their backs effortlessly, soaking up the water’s healthy minerals.


Amman, Jordan’s capital, is a city of stark contrasts, ideally situated in a hilly area between the desert and the Jordan Valley.

It is a destination where modern, high-rise buildings stand and blend harmoniously with local coffee shops, tiny artisans’ boutiques and vivid traces of the city’s history.