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Ultimate Jordan:
Amman, Wadi Rum, Petra & Dead Sea
This epic itinerary lets you explore four must-visit destinations in Jordan including an unforgettable stay at a luxury desert camp in Wadi Rum. Marvel at wondrous ancient ruins, immerse yourself in the country's vibrant culture, learn more about the region's rich history, and enjoy some well-earned relaxation time at one of the finest Dead Sea resorts. For travelers who are searching for the 'ultimate' itinerary that delivers a comprehensive range of quintessential Jordanian experiences, look no further.
• 2 Nights Amman
• 1 Night Wadi Rum Desert Camp • 2 Nights Petra
• 2 Nights Dead Sea
• Private Jerash & Amman City Tour
• Wadi Rum Jeep Tour
•1 Dinner at Wadi Rum Desert Camp
• Private Petra Tour with 2 Day Entrance
• Private Madaba & Mt Nebo Tour
• Private Transfers Throughout
• National English-Speaking Guide Throughout
• Daily Breakfast
Arrive Amman:

Arrive in Amman and meet your driver for a private transfer to your hotel. After checking in, the remainder of the day is open, and you are free to relax or explore the city on your own.

(Accommodations, Amman)


After breakfast, meet up with your English-speaking guide and proceed to Jerash - Jordan's second-most popular attraction after Petra. Hidden beneath the shifting sands for hundreds of years, the well-preserved ancient city was re-discovered in 1806. Jerash was once a significant provincial jewel during the Roman Empire and was visited by the likes of Alexander the Great and notable Emperors such as Trajan and Hadrian.

Return to Amman where you'll spend the rest of the day exploring the Jordanian capital. Amman is a fantastic blend of both ancient and modern characteristics; despite being created mostly during the 20th century. People have settled in the area as early as the Neolithic Age, but it was only in 1921 when Amman kickstarted its rapid growth and transformation into the city that it is today. Still, the city is dotted with historic sites filled with Roman, Byzantine, and ancient Islamic artifacts. Buzzing with lively energy, Jordan's capital is a diverse destination that is definitely worth exploring.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Amman)


After breakfast, make your way to the red sands of Wadi Rum where you'll take an exhilarating 2-hour romp across the dry landscape before spending the night in a luxurious desert camp.

Often referred to as the 'Valley of the Moon', this protected region is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and features towering sandstone mountains, dramatic rock formations, and steep canyons. Wadi Rum's otherworldly quality is simply breathtaking. It is a beautiful destination that must be visited in order to be fully appreciated.

(Breakfast, Amman; Dinner & Accommodations, Wadi Rum)


After spending the night glamping in the wilderness, journey towards the lost city of Petra. Check into your hotel then meet up with your guide to begin your first day of exploring Jordan's most famous archaeological site located in the country's southwestern desert.

Dubbed as the 'Rose City', Petra's amazing red and pink hues are a result of the red sandstone upon which the ornate temples and tombs were carved into. Saunter through the narrow canyon called Al Siq to access Petra's most famous structure, Al Khazneh - a temple with an elaborate Greek-style façade. This fascinating construct is also referred to as 'The Treasury'.

(Breakfast, Wadi Rum; Accommodations, Petra)


Gear up for your second visit to Petra where you can see and learn more about the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site that was once the capital of the ancient Nabataean Kingdom. It has been speculated that over 85% of the lost city is still buried underground!.

The remainder of the day is open, and you are free to spend it however you like. You also have the option to add a trip to another archaeological destination known as 'Little Petra' if you wish. You can also go for extra add-ons such as a cooking class on traditional Jordanian dishes.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Petra)

Petra to Dead Sea:

After breakfast, you'll travel to the legendary Dead Sea. En route, you'll visit two religiously important destinations.

Stop at the old town of Madaba and visit the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George - a house of worship that's famous for storing a 6th-century map of the Holy Land, complete with detailed depictions of major biblical places. You'll then proceed to Mount Nebo, the holy burial site of Moses and the same location where he was granted a view of the Promised Land.

Arrive in the Dead Sea and check into your accommodation. Landlocked between Jordan and Israel, the Dead Sea is a salt-lake renowned for being the lowest place on land with an elevation of over 1,300 feet below sea level. The lake's intense salinity leads to incredible buoyancy - it's very easy for swimmers to float even without much effort! The mineral-rich mud is also ideal for rejuvenating spa treatments.

(Breakfast, Petra; Accommodations, Dead Sea)

Dead Sea:

The whole day is open. You are free to take advantage of your hotel's spa (and other amenities) or choose to float away your worries while relaxing at the Dead Sea.

(Breakfast & Accommodations, Dead Sea)


After breakfast, you will take a private transfer to the international airport in Amman for your flight home or proceed to your next Avanti Destination!

(Breakfast, Dead Sea)

** Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change