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Traveling in Jordan - Places to visit

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Wadi Rum
Wadi Rum Our recommendation Bait Ali Camp
Wadi Rum covers a huge area and is just over an hour away from Aqaba. A fantastic way of enjoying this spectacular area is to enjoy the sunset then spend a night. The views of the night sky are spectacular as there is no light pollution. Make sure that you dont get a stiff neck stargazing! Enjoy the Bedouin hospitality and explore the desert the following day. more pics & info...
Sunset at Wadi Rum
The treasury at Petra
The city of Petra is a "must" visit when you come to Jordan - it is unique! About 2 hours away from Aqaba. The famous colored sand bottles you see in Jordan are all made from the various colored sands you find in Petra. It takes more than one visit to see everything here, in fact you can explore for many days. There is also an animal sanctuary there for donkeys, horses and camels. more pics & info...
Inside the treasury at Petra
Aqaba Palm trees
Aqaba has undergone many changes in the past ten years; the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority charged with developing Aqaba, is encouraging investment and helping businesses. The town has a plentiful supply of good drinking water from Wadi Disi. For more information - Aqaba Tourism website.... But what do you do in the evening after dark?
Aqaba Gardens
Amman Flag
If you are traveling to Aqaba via Amman it well worth spending a day or two exploring the city, the is a lot of culture here and some excellent night spots. Also visit the market in down town Amman - this is where you will pick up those bargains for presents to take home for friends - don't forget to haggle though -- a lot! more pics & info...
Amman Ruins
Dead Sea
The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth and is also the saltiest body of water on the planet. Salts are washed down into the sea from the surrounding mountains, extracted and used for many purposes. You can visit the Dead Sea area and go for a "float" and visit the hot fresh water springs at Wadi Mujib. There is a health spa at the Dead Sea Movenpick hotel and many beauty treatments are possible.
Floating In The Dead Sea
Roman Ruins at Jerash
The old Roman town of Jerash sits overlooking the modern town of Jerash - the contrast is startling. Spend a full day here to thoroughly appreciate the place and visit all areas. Traveling north from Amman it is a 1 hour drive. It has a Mediterranean type climate. The best time to visit is in the spring. There are many good restaurants in the area the bakeries around here make fantastic bread! more pics & info...
Roman Amphitheatre at Jerash