A stunning blend of cultural highlights and natural beauty, this eco journey through Jordan’s ancient landscapes combines the unmissable treasures of Petra and Jerash, the unique setting of the Dead Sea and the charming hospitality of the Wild Jordan range of properties.
From Amman you will venture into the spectacular Roman ruins of Jerash, before moving on to explore the fortress of Qa’lat Al Rabin at Ajloun. Staying in cabins and guesthouses on the edge of some of Jordan’s most captivating wilderness, you’ll then spend the following days exploring the trails, villages and landscapes around Ajloun and the Dana Nature Reserve. See the income-generating projects run by local women in the village of Rasun during your trek.
After a chance to enjoy a candlelit evening and some star gazing at a remote eco-lodge, you then move on to the stunning spectacle of Petra, one of the region’s most remarkable archaeological sites. Entering by way of the lesser known trails that lead in from Little Petra, you’ll have time to explore the city and its rock carved temples, before continuing to the saline waters of the Dead Sea and the tranquil setting of the Mujib Nature Reserve.
This is an example itinerary to give you an idea of what we can offer.
*Please note the prices shown are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room