Lo más destacado de Jordania
El programa se realiza sólo para grupos privados de mínimo 20 participantes
Day 1 – Amman Arrival:
Upon arrival at Amman International Airport, a representative of Aristotle Travel will meet and assist you with your transfer to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay. Enjoy the day at leisure to explore Amman, which is considered to be among the most liberal and westernized Arab cities.
Day 2 – Amman, Jerash, Ajloun, Pella, Um Qais:
Our itinerary in Jordan starts with a tour of the Greco-Roman city of Jerash, where we will see Hadrian’s Arch, and visit the Temples of Zeus and Artemis, Grand Forum, Cardo Maximus, Roman Theatres, the Mile-Long Street of Columns, and several churches that were found in the area. Next we visit Ajloun and the castle that was built there by one of Saladin’s Generals. Afterwards the tour continues to Pella, touring several recently excavated ancient structures, including churches, aqueducts, tombs, gates and public buildings. The final stop on the tour today is Um Qais, known as Gadara in Roman Times.
Day 3 – Madaba, Mount Nebo, Dead Sea:
This morning we begin with the Christian town of Madaba, where we will visit St. George’s Apostle Church, housing the earliest original mosaic map of the ancient Middle East. Continue to Mount Nebo and visit the church where Moses allegedly first saw the Promised Land. Next stop is the Dead Sea, where we’ll have an opportunity to relax in the sun and enjoy the purifying qualities of the water.
Day 4 – Petra, Amman:
Our tour continues today to the “Lost City” of Petra, where we’ll see the Treasury, Roman Theater, Royal Tombs, Courthouse, Triumphal Arch and the Street of Facades, in addition to other temples and water cisterns. We climb the stairs to the High Place of Sacrifice for a spectacular view of the entire ancient city. Following we will transfer to Amman for overnight at the hotel.
Day 5 – Amman Departure:
Transfer to Amman International Airport for departure flight. The tour can be combined with one of our short tours of Egypt, Israel, and Turkey or with a cruise originating in Greece.