• Amman Citadel

Jordan Tours

Tours of Jordan take you to the stunning desert landscapes of Wadi Rum, UNESCO-listed Petra and beautiful beaches lapped by the Dead Sea. Whether you want to immerse yourself in history or natural landscapes, in a guided group tour or on a private trip, our experts have created some fantastic itineraries to help you get the most from your holidays.

Take in Jordan’s main sights on our Jordan Highlights Tour, which takes you from the historic sights of Amman to the majestic Petra. See some of the world’s most famous rock carvings, before relaxing by the Dead Sea. The Wonders of Jordan Tour offers some unique, majestic experiences. See desert castles, Petra, the coral reefs of the Red Sea in Aqaba and fascinating biblical sights.

History lovers will enjoy our week long Biblical Journey Through Jordan, which begins with Anjar and Our Lady of the Mountain. Marvel at Byzantine churches, see Catholic settlements and more before ending at the Dead Sea. 

8 days Petra by night

Wonders of Jordan Tour

 

Only Jordan can lay claim to the lowest point on the surface of the earth, a rose city carved into the desert rocks, the majestic beauty of reefs in the red sea and the diverse metropolis of a rapidly developing...

Adventure holidays

Wonders of Jordan Tour
6 days Wadi Rum

Jordan Highlights Tour

 

Experience the best Jordan has to offer on this enchanting 5-night private tour. Immerse yourself in the lost city of Petra and the ancient roman city of Jerash. Be rejuvenated by the healing waters of the Dead Sea, the earth's...

Multi centre holidays

Jordan Highlights Tour
7 days

Biblical Journey Through Jordan

 

Take a journey back in time and discover Jordan's incredible biblical history, breath-taking landscapes and famous wonders. Explore ancient Roman cities, follow in the footsteps of prophets and religious figures and walk amongst the ruins of soaring hilltop temples all...

Escorted tours

Biblical Journey Through Jordan

Reluctance to visit Jordon, because of conflict in neighbouring countries, is understandable but Jordan is a peaceful nation, with no threat to tourists. That said, we always recommend checking the latest advice before travelling – the Foreign & Commonwealth Office can be found here.

Along the northeast shores, you’ll find several hotels offering access to the Dead Sea, along with showers and towels, and sometimes even lunch and pots of the so called ‘magic mud’ to slather yourself with. These places will charge. You can, however, head further south to Herodus Spring, which is where the locals go to bathe for free.

Jordan gets incredibly hot in the summer – with temperatures reaching figures of around 40 °C or more – so if that sounds too much for you, avoid June, July and August. Winters are short and cool, with January seeing the coldest temperatures. Generally, spring and autumn are the best times to visit Jordan. 

With ancient cities carved into rock, and rugged desert moonscapes, Jordan is a land of wonders waiting to be discovered. Explore towering Roman ruins in Amman, the world’s oldest city, float blissfully in the Dead Sea, and be made to feel instantly welcome with Jordan’s famously warm hospitality wherever you go.

Why you'll love Jordan...

  • Feeling like Indiana Jones in Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World
  • Letting all your troubles float away in the Dead Sea
  • Experiencing the extreme beauty of the desert at Wadi Rum
  • Stepping back in time amid the vast Roman ruins in Jerash
  • Diving into the colourful waters of the Red Sea
  • Trying the incredibly delicious local cuisine
  • Bathing in the healing waters of the Ma'In Hot Springs
  • Stumbling across the giant hand of Hercules in Amman
  • Exploring the oldest map of the Middle East laid out in mosaic in Madaba
  • Spotting rare, endangered Arabian oryx at the Shaumari Wildlife Reserve
  • Discovering the intricate frescoes inside Qasr Amra, one of the ‘desert castles’
  • Taking a seat in the remarkable Roman theatre in Amman

Did you know? 

  • The Dead Sea coast is actually the lowest point on Earth on dry land, at 420 metres below sea level. 
  • In Jordanian culture, it is considered polite to refuse a meal three times before accepting it. 
  • It is considered bad luck to be excessively admiring and praising of children.