Petra Explorer – 4 nights

Private Tour featuring Petra.  Start at Amman Airport.

Day 1       You are met at Queen Alia Airport Amman, and assisted on arrival with customs and with Jordanian Visa processing . Visit Mt. Nebo and Madaba, a short drive away as you commence your exploration of Jordan, proceeding later to Petra for overnight.
Day 2       Breakfast.  You have a full day exploring the ancient Nabataean capital, with entry by the Siq and visits to the Khazneh, Theater, Colonnaded Street, Museum and ad-Deir, Petra’s largest carved façade. Overnight Petra.
Day 3 Breakfast. Second visit to Petra, with visits to High Place of Sacrifice, Wadi Farasa, Great Temple and Royal Tombs. Overnight Petra.
Day 4 Breakfast. Transfer to Amman for city tour including Citadel, Archaeological Museum, Theater, Folklore Museum, souks and modern city. Overnight Amman with breakfast.
Day 5 Breakfast. Transfer to Airport.






“I was especially interested in the unique rock colors and formations and so our Guide took us to particular area to see more – just like that!”




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Legendary capital of the Nabatean Empire, the rose-red city of Petra is a marvel too marvelous to rush through. You’ll want more than one day to visit this site.


The traditional entry to Petra is through the mile-long winding chasm called the Siq. This is a must-do walk; the extravagant colors of the sandstone walls, and many remains of the Nabatean shrines, water channels, wall carvings and some of the original paving stones make the Siq an archaeological wonder in itself—and then there is the heart-stopping moment when you suddenly reach the end of the canyon and face the towering Treasury, the memorable carved façade of Indiana Jones fame.

Ready for more? We still haven’t touched upon Siq al Barid (the Cold Canyon, also known as “Little Petra”), the city’s northern customs outpost, and Sabra, the southern customs point. Within the ancient city itself you can also visit two Crusader fortresses, al Mudhlim (the tunnel), Kubtha Mountain, Wadi Turkomanieh, al Madras, Wadi Siyagh, the Zantour villa, Wadi Maesrah…….well, you get the idea. It’s virtually impossible to run out of places to visit here. And the savvy traveler will want to leave time to just perch on a comfortable ledge and watch the mountains and monuments change color as the sun moves across the sky!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe’ll be happy to give you as much of Petra as you think you can handle. Our recommendation is that you plan to spend at least two or three full days inside the site. If you’re reasonably fit, our guides can lead you through a number of alternate entry and exit routes, once you’ve made that first never-to-be-forgotten trip down the Siq. Even in the highest of high seasons, Petra is large enough that you can escape the herds and go one-on-one with history.

While a week would be needed to visit all the highlights of the almost 40 square mile Petra basin, 2 full days allows enough time for the central monuments:  the dramatic “Treasury,” tombs, temples, theaters and waterworks.  Entry through the ¾ mile long mountain fissure “siq” at dusk either on foot or horseback makes a travel memory for a lifetime. So we suggest a minimum or 2 and preferably 3 nights in Petra.


Based on 2 people sharing a double room

Land Only

Low Season

20 May to 19 Sept  &            21 Nov to 23 Dec







High Season

21 March to 10 May,               1 Oct to  11 Nov        &          24 Dec to 4 Jan







Discount for 4 sharing 2 rooms 25%
Discount for 6 sharing 3 rooms 30%
Single Room Supplement 20%
Single Traveler Supplement Available! Please ask.

Includes – Complete sightseeing program including all entrances and fees – Private Tour – English Expert Guide* – All travel, transfers – Hotels with breakfast – Services of our Jordan office Based on double occupancy   …just ask for Single Supplement.

Excludes – Meal not mentioned – International flights – Travel Insurance – Tips for Guides & Drivers etc – Other personal extras


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