Here are five reasons why you should visit Jordan
Float in The Dead Sea
Fancy going to the lowest point on earth? The Dead Sea whose banks are more than 400 meters below sea level is well known for its hyper-saline water making floating incredibly easy. The Dead Sea also offers healing properties as its mineral-rich black mud is used for therapeutic and cosmetic treatments.
Carved into a rock face over 2,000 years ago, Petra is now one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tombs and monuments of the centuries-old city, imprinted profoundly into the rose cliffs, are like nothing else on this planet.
Try The Delicious Middle Eastern Food
Jordanian food is some of the tastiest and healthiest in the Middle East. You must try the rice- and meat-based Mansaf and Maqloube, as well as fresh salads, such as tabbouleh, and the ever-present falafel and hummus, served with a stack of pita. Also, try the delicious dates, and, if you’re visiting around Ramadan, don’t miss the evening Iftar.
Camp Under the Stars
Keen on chilling out by the desert fire, enjoying an authentic Jordanian dinner, and sharing experiences with your mates under a starry sky? Jordan ticks all of those boxes. In this instance, you get a feel for Bedouin life in Wadi Rum. A tented campsite enables you to spend the day and night wandering this protected wilderness, which beings have occupied since ancient times.
Explore Amman, Which Is A Hub Of Middle Eastern Culture
The capital city of Amman is a real hub for the arts and culture, with refugees from across the region bringing a wide variety of ideas, especially in the areas of Jabal Amman and l’Weibdeh. Also there are lots of colorful souks selling mounds of spices, nuts, olives, and fresh produce, which are also the best place to experience the hospitality and kindness of the Jordanian people.