6th to 14th May, 2017

Rs. 71,500 + 9% service tax

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Madaba - Wadi Rum - Petra - Dead Sea - Amman

Located at the crossroads of Asia, Africa and Europe, The Kingdom of Jordan is considered to be among the safest and friendliest of Arab countries in the Middle East.

So much to do, so much to see, whether Roman Ruins, vast deserts, Christian and Jewish holy spots or UNESCO World Heritage sites it be. 
You'll never know if you don't go.
You'll never shine if you don't glow!


Petra is half-built, half-carved into rock and is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges. It’s known as the Rose City due to the color of the stone out of which it is carved. Walk through the ancient city and capture the beauty & grandeur of this UNESCO World Heritage Site to understand why it’s one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.

Dead Sea
At over 400 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the face of the Earth. As it is 10 times as salty as the ocean, plants and animals cannot flourish, hence its name. It’s the perfect place for you to float in the waters, as you read a book or cover your body with its therapeutic mud and maybe get a massage!

Wadi Rum
Known also as the Valley of the Moon, this desert is cut into the sandstone and granite rock. Trace the steps of Lawrence of Arabia and like him, get mesmerized by its majestic beauty. Take a four wheel drive, jeep safari and then camp in tents under the stars, in a once in a lifetime opportunity.


  • Airport pick up from Amman Queen Alia International Airport at 12:00 noon to your hotel on Day 1
     * Recommended flight - Air Arabia (G9-337) arriving at 10:25 AM 
  • Accommodation on a double sharing basis in A.C rooms in hotels for 7 nights and stay in Wadi Rum in double sharing tents for 1 night.
  • All intercity transfers by road (Car / Mini Van):
    • Madaba to Wadi Rum
    • Wadi Rum to Wadi Musa (Petra)
    • Wadi Musa (Petra) to Dead Sea
    • Dead Sea to Amman
  • Activities:
    • Day trip to Umm Qais, Ajloun Castle and Jerash on Day 2
    • Wadi rum jeep desert safari on Day 3
    • Travel and entrance fees for activities listed below:
      • Petra on Day 5
      • Karak castle on Day 6
      • Bethany beyond the Jordan & Mount Nebo on Day 7
    • Entrance to all other sites in the Jordan Pass (Jordan Wanderer)
  • Meals
    • Daily breakfasts – after all it is the most important meal in the day
    • Lunch on Day 3 (Wadi Rum) 
    • Dinner on Day 3 (Wadi Rum) & Day 6 (Dead Sea)
  • Airport drop to Amman International Airport at 7:00 AM on Day 9.
    * Recommended flight - Air Arabia (G9-338) departing at 11:05 AM 


  • Return tickets to Jordan (India – Amman - India), and travel insurance. 
    *Approval of visas is at the sole discretion of the concerned embassy.
  • Transport within cities unless explicitly stated in includes section.
  • All activities unless specifically stated in includes section.
  • Entrance fees and zone fees to the sights unless specifically mentioned in includes section.
  • Trips and gratuities.
  • Meals unless explicitly stated in includes section.
  • Late / early pick up or drop to the airport.

Please note that trip participants must be over 18 years of age.


Madaba, Petra, Dead Sea & Amman: Double Sharing A.C. rooms in hotels.

Wadi Rum: Camping in double sharing tents with beds and blankets provided.


Day 1

  • Arrive at Amman International airport and transfer to hotel in Madaba.
  • Check in and then free time to check out some of the amazing sights Madaba has to offer.
    • We recommend making your way to the Church of St. George to check out the “Madaba Mosaic Map” - the oldest surviving original cartographic depiction of the Holy Land and Jerusalem.
  • Get back to the hotel and eat some authentic Jordanian food.

Day 2

  • Wake up and eat the most important meal of the day - breakfast.
  • Today you take a trip to check out the sights of northern Jordan:
    • Umm Qais: Head north to Umm Qais, and check out the Roman ruins and ancient well preserved theatre. Take in the magnificent view where on a clear day you can see Israel and maybe even Lebanon.
    • Ajloun Castle: Next up is Ajloun Castle, a 12th century castle perched on a hilltop. Built on the ruins of a monastery and also has a museum exhibiting artifacts from the region.
    • Jerash: One of the largest and the most well preserved sites of Roman architecture in the World, Jerash is our last stop for the day. Known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, it’s also mistakenly referred to as the “Pompeii of the Middle East”.
  • Head back to your hotel in Madaba and rest those tired legs!
  • Take it easy tonight cause tomorrow is going to be a super early wake up.

Day 3

  • Wake up at stupid o'clock and head to the gorgeous Wadi Rum desert to see the dramatic sandstone mountains.
  • Reach the Village of Wadi Rum get onto your 4*4 jeep safari:
    • Drive first to Lawrence’s Spring a natural water resource made famous and named after Lawrence of Arabia. It’s a short 20 minute climb to the watering hole.
    • Move onto the red sand dunes of Wadi Um Ishrin and to Jebel Anafishiya and take in the beauty of the desert.
    • Up next we go check out Lawrence’s House where Lawrence of Arabia is said to have stayed and stored weapons for this war.
    • From there we go to see the beautiful Barragh Canyon and have a nice little picnic lunch and rest a little.
    • In the afternoon we drive up the mountain where we have a view of the bridge on Jebel Burdah, and then to Um Fruth Bridge (which you can climb if you wish - it is about 20 meters high) and Khazali Canyon before heading back to our camp in the desert.
  • You’ve earned yourself some chill time and what better than a bonfire in the middle of the desert while you enjoy a locally cooked meal and a sky full of stars at a authentic Bedouin camp.

Day 4

  • Wake up and have breakfast at the camp before heading out to Wadi Musa (Petra).
  • You’ve earned yourself a free day to do as you please.
  • For those choosing the additional add on activity of Petra by Night we recommend catching up on some sleep during the day.
  • We recommend taking it easy today cause tomorrow you are going to be walking A LOT!

Day 5

  • Wake up early and grab breakfast so we can get to Petra before the 'junta' arrives.
  • Today is the day you go check out the most famous site of Jordan, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Petra.
    • Check out this ancient city that is half-built, half-carved into rock and is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges.
    • Walk around till your legs can’t walk anymore and be enthralled by the sites and architecture Petra has to offer.
  • Return to Wadi Musa by early evening and maybe try a hamam (Turkish) bath to get rid of the ache in your legs.

Day 6

  • Wake up, eat breakfast and check out.
  • Journey northwards to Kerak Castle – a crusader castle and spend an hour exploring it.
  • Journey onwards to another highlight of your trip. The Dead Sea – the lowest point on the surface of the planet.
  • Take a dip in the Dead Sea and lie on your back while soaking in the minerals and rays of Jordanian sun.
  • Spend the rest of the day chilling in one of the many pools at the hotel or if you like, treat yourself to a massage at the spa. You’ve earned it.

Day 7

  • Wake up at leisure, eat some breakfast and maybe go for one last swim before you check out.
  • Check out of the hotel and continue further north, towards Amman. Today we check out some of the most religious locations in both Christianity and Judaism:
    • Around a half an hour into your journey you’ll arrive at Al-Maghtas aka Bethany Beyond the Jordan – the location where Jesus himself is said to have been baptized.
    • An hour onward we reach Mount Nebo – get to the top of this ridge and get a view of the promised land as Moses did thousands of years ago.
  • Continue onwards to Amman, check into your hotel on arrival and get some rest.
  • Maybe head out at night for some drinking and to check out the nightlife.

Day 8

  • Today is a free day to as you please. There are a lot of options based on your interest:
    • For those wanting even more history you visit the Citadel - It’s one of the worlds’ oldest continuously inhabited places and includes the pillars of the Roman Temple of Hercules. You can also check out the Roman Theatre, a 6,000 capacity amphitheater built in the 2nd century AD.
    • For automobile lovers you can visit the Royal Automobile Museum - showcases the private collection of cars and motorcycles of the late King Hussein.
    • Food lovers can spend their time on Mezze. Mezze is traditionally an assortment of hummus, fattoush, falafel, baba ghanoush, tabbouleh, olives and pickles - a vegetarian’s dream!
    • Spa lovers can go to a Hamam – Turkish Bath. After a hot jacuzzi, warm and cold saunas and a full body scrub, you leave feeling fresh.
  • Do some shopping for your homies who didn’t come along with you for the trip.
  • It’s the last night of your trip so make the most of it – must get drunk with your new homies.

Day 9

  • Wake up and check out.
  • Drop to the airport for your flight – it’s time to go back home yo!

Optional Activities

Jordan Visa
Visa on arrival with meet and assit services at Queen Alia Airport.
INR 3,600 per person

Petra by Night
Lit by thousands of candles, visit Petra for an after-dark guided excursion into the ancient city that adds an entirely new dimension to your experience in Petra. To add to the magic, a Bedouin musician plays on a pipe, and you will be entertained with a story about Petra and the Nabateans.
INR 1,300 per person


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