Jordan is a land steeped in history. It has been home to some of mankind's earliest settlements and villages, and relics of many of the worlds great civilizations can still be seen today.


Images of the ancient Nabataean city of Petra, carved from the rock over a thousand years ago, have long been most people’s first impression of Jordan. But while Petra is indeed one of the most stunning attractions in the Middle East, Jordan offers so much more for the modern traveller.

From the haunting, primeval starkness of Wadi Rum, to the teeming centre of urban Amman, from the majestic ruins of bygone civilizations to the timeless splendour of the Dead Sea, Jordan is unveiled as a unique destination offering breath-taking and mysterious sights, exquisite cuisine and countless activities that can provide visitors with inspiration, motivation, and rejuvenation.

For the active, horse riding, 4x4 safaris, rock climbing, diving and hiking are all on offer in abundance. For those who prefer a more leisurely break, nothing on earth compares to the Dead Sea where one can float with ease due to the high concentration of salt in the water, and the Red Sea famous for its colourful underwater world, both destinations boasting many spa facilities.
 
Marveling at herds of gazelles and oryx and migrating birds, camping amidst the grandeur of Wadi Rum or Dana Reserve, trekking the ancient caravan trails from the highlands of Moab and Edom, hiking the wooded hills of biblical Gilead, or experiencing the unique, cleansing mud baths of the Dead Sea are just a few examples of the treasures awaiting visitors to this unique kingdom.
 
An exceptional destination for families with children learning about the ancient civilisations, this is the perfect destination for educational holidays and soft adventure.