Jordan is a Middle Eastern nation unlike its neighbours. Despite being surrounded by countries in conflict, it’s safe and remarkably modern, with a history dating back to biblical times. Stunning sights like Jerash, Kerak Castle and the Amman citadel are dotted across Jordan and their ruins act as windows into the country’s fascinating past.
As one of the driest countries in the world, it’s no surprise that Jordan is home to sweeping deserts and otherworldly landscapes like Wadi Rum. From wandering the world-famous Nabatean city of Petra in the southwest, to taking a dip in the Dead Sea – the world’s lowest point – and tucking into a spicy zarb (Bedoin barbeque), a trip to Jordan is an unforgettable sensory journey. Click here to learn more about when is the best time to visit Jordan.
Considering Jordan’s compact size, this small country is overflowing with stunning historical sites and unique natural features Jerash and beyond Best known for its well-preserved Roman city ruins, Jerash is an archaeology buff’s dream. It was first conquered by Emperor Pompey in 63 BC, when it was known as Gerasa; tod...Read more
Experiencing Jordan during Ramadan and Eid can be a veritable feast for the soul While some people might be worried about travelling to Jordan during holy periods such as Ramadan (and its concluding festival, Eid al-Fitr), it has some unexpected perks – one major advantage is that there are fewer tourists, which mean...Read more
We break down everything you need to know about your first trip to Jordan Nestled between Syria, Israel, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia, Jordan is a neat, compact little country brimming with ancient wonders, historic monuments, and untouched nature reserves waiting to be explored. Jordan is also widely known as a modern, frie...Read more