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Amman is a city renewed. It has variously been controlled by the Egyptians, Nabateans, Classical Romans, Byzantines, and Arab Umayyad and Abbasid empires. A series of earthquakes reduced it to ruins until the late 19th century, when firstly Circassian refugees, and then the Ottoman railways brought it back to life. It is now the efficient, thriving capital of a modern state.

From there you can strike out for Jerash, the best preserved and extensive Roman city of the Near East, and to Petra, to spend days exploring this Nabatean city carved into solid rock.

Jordan is also rich in sites of revelation, conversion, and miracles of crucial importance to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Prophets of all these great religions walked the land and crossed the Jordan River as they spread their word among the people.

But Jordan’s natural wonders compete fiercely with the man-made - from the spas of the Dead Sea, to the living coral reefs at Aqaba and the painted sunsets of the true desert at Wadi Rum, Jordan is a country to be explored.

See the map above for an idea of where things are, and Email Us to see some recommended itineraries.