Jordan’s Natural Beauty

13 days

Indicative cost incl. flights:


A typical 4* holiday costs from

£4,200 per person


(Based on two people travelling. Low season can be a lot cheaper, and peak season or 5* hotels can be substantially more expensive.)

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Day 1
Fly from the UK to Amman, where you'll be met and transferred to your Amman hotel for a three night stay. Click here for our personal pick of the Amman hotels.
Day 2
Tour the capital today, taking in the temples and mosques atop the main hill dominating the city as well as some of the city's museums. This afternoon you may wish to head out to the Azraq Wetland Reserve to observe the local birdlife and explore the trails.
Day 3
Spend the morning touring Jerash, the Classical city which is almost as impressive as Petra, before moving on to Ajloun to see the Arab castle there. Also at Ajloun is the Forest Reserve, where trails cross the hill slopes dominated by fragrant oak, pine and pistachio trees.
Day 4
You head down the King's Highway today, stopping to see the famous mosaics of Madaba and the deliciously unexcavated Crusader castle of Shobak, before spending three nights at Petra.
Day 5
You have a tour of the ancient city of Petra today, beginning along the Siq Canyon, to the Treasury Tomb and through the heart of the site to the huge Qasr El Bint temple.
Day 6
Visit Little Petra this morning, before you climb over the mountains following the back route to Petra via The Monastery.
Day 7
Head to the Wadi Rum today for a two night stay in this amazing place.
Day 8
Spend the whole day out exploring deep into the wadi, seeing canyons, rock bridges and jaw-dropping landscapes.
Day 9
You're taken to the Dana Nature Reserve today where you walk the White Dome trail around the head of this remarkable canyon. You spend the night at the RSCN's Dana Guesthouse.
Day 10
With your guide you walk down the dramatic canyon, Wadi Feynan, to the amazing Feynan Eco-lodge, also run by the RSCN. If you've time and energy you can explore the old copper workings and Byzantine settlements in the area.
Day 11
Start the day driving over the stunning Mujib Gorge, before descending to the shores of the Dead Sea, via the informative Panoramic Complex, to your Dead Sea hotel where you spend the final two nights of the tour.
Day 12
At leisure to relax by the pool, take some spa treatments or perhaps visit the nearby site of Christ's baptism at Bethany-on-the-Jordan.
Day 13
You have a transfer back to Amman Airport today for your flight back to the UK.

Everything we do is tailor-made; our itineraries are just suggestions to give you an idea of what is possible. Please contact us so we can tailor the perfect holiday exclusively for you.

Founded in 1966, before the environmental movement really got going, the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature was ahead of its time and has helped preserve the ecological heritage of Jordan. This tour aims to showcase the fruits of their labours, taking you round the best of the beautiful reserves as well as covering some of the other main highlights of the country. Ajloun Forest Reserve is a great way to kick start your ‘Natural Beauty’ tour with various trail walks on offer, each offering up their own spectacular views across the reserve. With Petra speaking for itself, you travel onto the desert which offers some breath-taking views and night sky’s to get lost in. Move onto the biggest reserve in Jordan, the Dana Biosphere Reserve with stretching views across secluded land of which is home to many Bedouin communities. Your nature trail ends in the lowest point on land, the Dead Sea, from where you step into the natural phenomenon of floating un-aided.

3 nights Amman – 3 nights Petra – 2 nights Wadi Rum – 1 night Dana – 1 night Feynan – 2 nights Dead Sea

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