Jordan Tours & Holidays

Small Group Tours & Tailor-Made Holidays


Uncover a modern kingdom with an ancient culture, on one of our Jordan tours. With unrivalled landscapes, magnificent ancient ruins and a traditional sense of hospitality, a Jordan holiday will guarantee lasting memories.

This is a land that has been inhabited throughout the centuries by nomads, biblical prophets, merchants of the exotic and conquering armies of Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Crusaders and Ottoman Turks. All have left their mark on the country, from the Nabateans  ...

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Travel to Jordan with like-minded people on one of our small group tours (usually max size 12), featuring knowledgeable local guides and an expert tour leader.


Jordan: Lost City Of Arabia

Combine the ancient sites of Petra and Jerash with a night camping in Wadi Rum, walks in Dana Nature Reserve and a village homestay.
10 days from $2,933


Whether you want to travel on one of our award-winning itineraries or build your own journey from scratch, our expert consultants will help create the perfect private tour for your tastes and budget. Below are a few suggestions of the kind of trips we can offer, all of which can be tailored to you.



Classic Jordan

This 9-day itinerary gives the perfect introduction to Jordan, a country brimming with culture, history, dramatic scenery and delicious cuisine.
9 days from $3,605

Jordan In Style

This stylish journey through the Hashemite Kingdom combines exclusive five-star comforts with a historical pedigree that goes back thousands of years.
10 days from $4,697

Undiscovered Jordan

For those looking to go beyond the highlights, this trip takes you off the beaten track, allowing you to delve deeper into Jordan's culture and communities.
14 days from $4,991



Superior | Guesthouse

Beit Al Baraka, Umm Qais

This lovely guesthouse offers enviable views of Golan Heights with personable service and locally sourced food. Gain an insight into village life through wonderful activities such as home cooking…
Luxury | Tented Camp

Discovery Bedu, Wadi Rum

Discovery Bedu is a new luxury eco-camp run by local Bedouins and set in the majestic landscapes of Wadi Rum. Powered by solar energy the accommodation consists of one communal tent and six tented…
Premium | Lodge

Feynan Eco Lodge, Feynan

In the middle of the mountainous, desert landscape of Wadi Feynan and the Dana Biosphere Reserve lies the Feynan Eco Lodge. Lit by candlelight with serene courtyards and terraces on which to relax and…
Luxury | Hotel

Hotel Fairmont Amman, Amman

A luxurious choice in the 5th circle of Amman, the five-star Fairmont Amman is within a thirty minute drive from the airport. Designed by an award-winning contemporary architecture firm, the hotel is…
Luxury | Resort

Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea, Dead Sea

Set in the shore of the Dead Sea, amidst bamboo and olive trees gardens, the five star Kempinski Hotel Ishtar boasts 318 luxurious rooms and suites segregated between two enclaves. The Arabesque main…
Premium | Hotel

Movenpick Resort Petra, Petra

Situated at the entrance to the magical site of Petra, the Movenpick is arguably the best hotel in Petra and some of the rooms offer good views over some of the ruins. Renowned for its intricate…
Premium | Hotel

Petra Marriott Hotel, Petra

The Marriott Petra is your paradise within the rolling desert hills steeped in history and wonder. Watch the sunset over the mystical valley from almost all of the spacious rooms after spending the day…
Superior | Hotel

Petra Moon Hotel, Petra

Less than a hundred metres from the entrance gates of Petra, is the simple Petra Moon Hotel with fifty rooms spread over five floors. The soundproofed rooms are spacious and classically-styled, each…




Amman is the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and is built upon seven hills. The city is dotted with a number of historic sites dating from the Stone Age to the Greek, Roman, Byzantine and ...

Dana Nature Reserve

A combination of mountains and wadis make for interesting landscapes and the chance to spot a wide range of birdlife - over 214 species have been recorded here including Griffon vultures and other birds ...

Dead Sea

Surrounded by barren mountains, the Dead Sea is the lowest exposed point on the Earth's surface and lies at the bottom of a natural depression that reaches 409 m below sea level. The region is a natural ...


Hidden behind an almost impenetrable barrier of rugged mountains, the rock-carved city of Petra is full of mysterious charm. Petra was the capital of the ancient Nabatean Kingdom and was an important ...

Wadi Rum

Vast, echoing and God-Like' are the words that T. E. Lawrence used to describe one of the Middle East's most spectacular desert landscapes. Wadi Rum is the meeting point of the Rift valley, the Negev ...

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Jordan has long dry, hot summers with chilly nights and during the winter you can still expect plenty of warm weather and sunshine. The best time to travel is during the autumn and winter, September to March. The most fertile part of Jordan is the hilly region in the northwest, which experiences high rainfall between November and March, when weather fronts blow in from the Mediterranean.

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The Backdoor trail to Petra is the best way to see the ancient city. It's a great hike and if you start early, you'll end up with parts of Petra almost to yourself as most tourists come in via the normal Siq route.


Health and Vaccinations 

There are no mandatory immunisations for travellers to Jordan though you should be up-to-date with Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio and Hepatitis A. We recommend you seek advice from your local GP or travel centre as to the correct immunisations and preventative treatments. 


In Jordan the official unit of currency is Jordanian dinar (JOD). To check out the latest exchange rate for the places that you are visiting you can go to

Cultural Sensitivity 

On our guided tours you will frequently interact with local people, each with their own distinct customs and traditions. We therefore ask you to be considerate and to treat them with respect. Your tour-leaders and guides will always be able to advise you accordingly.  

In Jordan Muslim women's clothing often covers their arms, legs and hair. Western women are not subject to these customs, but very revealing clothing is never appropriate and conservative dress is advisable for both men and women in the old part of Amman (Downtown), and outside the cities. Shorts are rarely worn by either sex, and would be out of place in the downtown Amman area. Topless sunbathing is prohibited, and one-piece swimsuits are preferred, although two-piece swimsuits are acceptable at hotel pools. 

Language & Religion 

The official language of Jordan is Arabic, but English is widely spoken - especially in the cities. Many Jordanians have travelled or have been educated abroad so French, German, Italian and Spanish are also spoken, but to a lesser extent.

When Arabic is written in Jordan using the Latin alphabet, English spelling is applied however these spellings can be interpreted in various ways, the spelling for example of street addresses can vary widely. For this reason, the sound of the words is a much better guide than the spelling. Jordan is primarily a Muslim country, although the freedom of all religions is protected. 


Jordan is 2 hours ahead of GMT. A useful website to check the time zone differences is  

Food and drink  

Jordan is not as renowned for its cuisine as its neighbours Lebanon and Syria and this is unfair. Since antiquity, Jordan has been a highway between Europe, Asia, Arabia and Africa. Many different civilisations have come and gone and this influx and mixing of people over many centuries has led to a diverse food culture.

Ingredients include olives, cheese, spices, herbs, both dried and fresh fruit, these give the dominant flavours. Lamb and chicken are the meats of choice. In rural areas, particularly in the north, few of these ingredients travel far, sometimes merely from the nearby fields.