Discover Jordan's epic landscapes and amazing ancient architecture with your family, on a Prima tour visiting Amman, Jerash, Petra and the Wadi Rum desert
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From the vast Wadi Rum desert, which was the backdrop for
Star Wars Rogue One, to the ancient and mysterious city of
Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site carved into the sandstone hills
that featured in Indiana Jones, Jordan is home to some of
the most magical landscapes in the Middle East.
That's why we've chosen it as the ideal setting for a family
adventure that combines sun, sea, sand, city tours and camping out
in the desert. You'll spend eight days exploring everything Jordan
has to offer, on a cultural odyssey with plenty of down time.
Discover the historical monuments of Jerash and the heavenly Red
Sea coast, as well as Jordan's exciting capital Amman - one of the
oldest cities in the world.
Family camp out in the desert
You'll spend a night in the Wadi Rum desert, alongside the
Bedouin people who will host you in your camp. You'll also explore
the moonscape-like area, enjoy a four-wheel-drive desert safari and
take a camel ride.
Explore Jerash's history
Marvel at Greco-Roman ruins in Jerash, one of the best examples
of a Roman city in the Middle East, including striking archways,
public buildings and colonnaded streets. The city achieved such
prosperity that emperor Hadrian visited around 129 AD and you can
see the arch that was built in his honour.
The Red and Dead seas
The waters of the Red Sea offer some of the best coral reef
snorkelling outside Australia's Great Barrier Reef, making them a
great place to visit for a spectacular underwater view. For an
altogether different experience, you'll visit the Dead Sea, the
lowest elevation on land, to float in the super-salty inland