Jordan, a landlocked country connecting three main continents of the world, has had attracted tourists for its historical treasures and the peaceful Dead Sea. Start your journey with the capital, Petra, an ancient Arab city with dramatic landscapes of desert mountains, perfect for photographers. This Middle Eastern country is also a paradise for bird watchers. Recorded with over 412 species of birds, Dana Reserve, the wetlands of Azraq and Petra is considered to be ideal spots for bird-watching. Go camping
in Wadi Rum and spend a night under the stars. Roam around the streets of Jabal Amman for local handicrafts and find other interesting things to shop. Experience the best of Jordanian cuisine at the famous restaurant named Petra’s Kitchen, where visitors are also offered cooking classes. Known for its generous hospitality, finger licking desserts, hundreds of historical sites, and local food, a trip to this Biblical land of Jordan is a complete package for travellers looking for historic destinations with pretty
Best time to visit Jordan is from March to June and from October to December. The weather in the desert is extreme with hot winds blowing in the summer months and temperatures dropping well below zero during winters.
For Budget Travellers: ₹ 1,800 - ₹ 2,000 a day For Mid-range Travellers: ₹ 4,500 - ₹ 5,000 a day For Luxury Travellers: ₹ 11,500 and upwards
In Jordan, Indians can get visa on arrival limited to 14 days. To qualify, a traveller must possess a return ticket, a confirmed hotel reservation and sufficient funds to show in your account.