In no particular order, we’ve come up with fifty things to do on your trip to Jordan. We’ve tried to come up with a good mix of adventurous activities, culinary experiences, interesting historical encounters, and more. Some of these activities are almost certainly already apart of your Jordanian itinerary whereas others are more off the beaten path.
You’ve surely heard of Petra, but have you heard of Little Petra? If you haven’t, it’s not really surprising. Even though it is located very close to Petra, Little Petra often isn’t considered when visitors are planning their trip to Jordan. Today, we’re writing about this “off the beaten path” destination which is quite easy add to your Jordanian itinerary.
There are five UNESCO World Heritage sites in Jordan; four of the sites are considered cultural sites and the fifth is a mixed site, qualifying as both a natural and a cultural site. In this post, we’ve written a little bit about what makes each site special as well as how to get to the site.
The King Hussein International Airport (AQJ) is about to get a lot busier! Until now, the Aqaba Airport’s only regular flights have been limited to other places in Jordan and the Middle East. Starting at the end of October and beginning of November 2018, three budget European airlines will begin flying directly to Jordan’s gateway to the Red Sea.
For our first article, we’ve decided to write about our top five destinations to visit in Jordan. Of course, there are many great things to do in Jordan that didn’t make the list, but we believe that this list is a great starting point for people who are trying to plan their trip. We have included lots of links in this article so that you can read more about whatever piques your interest. We hope you enjoy :).