- 4-day tour from Amman to Jordan’s golden triangle with a private guide
- Take a tour of Petra and see the city’s top attractions: the Treasury, Siq and Royal Tombs
- Camp overnight in Wadi Rum and enjoy dinner under the stars
- Explore Wadi Rum’s desert landscape on a 4x4 jeep tour
- Relax in sunny Aqaba and visit the city’s famous beaches, if you wish
- Enjoy overnight 3-, 4- or 5-star hotel accommodation in Petra and Aqaba
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Get out of the city and see the many different landscapes of Jordan. It’s the perfect experience for relaxing by the beach, seeing the sights and sleeping under the stars!
What You Can Expect
Start your tour with a hotel pickup in Amman, and then travel by minibus to Petra, the rose-tinged rock city in the Jordan’s Shara Mountains. After traveling for around 3.5 hours, check in to your hotel in time for dinner, and then spend the rest of your evening at leisure. Many of Petra’s daytime visitors leave in the late afternoon, so the evening is the best time of the day to explore the streets at leisure.
Overnight: tourist-class Amra Palace, prime-class King's Way Petra, superior-class Beit Zaman hotel or similar in Petra
Day 2: Petra – Wadi Rum (B, D)
Enjoy a hotel pickup after breakfast, and then start your Petra sightseeing tour with a visit to the Siq, the city’s most dramatic natural feature. Acting as an entrance corridor, the 1-mile (1.5-km) gorge – lined by looming sandstone cliffs – leads to the center of the city. Pass its final bend and come face-to-face with Petra’s crowning glory – the magnificent Treasury. Called Al-Khazneh locally, the building is famous for its colonnaded Hellenistic façade, carved into the cliff face to dramatic effect. Pose for photos in front of the monument, and then continue your tour of town, learning about the Nabataeans who built the city.
Visit Petra Church – a beautiful structure, re-designed by the Byzantines – and then walk around the Royal Tombs, a vast burial site just above the valley floor. Take a look inside the ampitheater and imagine it in its heyday when some 3,000 people sat inside it.
After a break for lunch (own expense), return to your minibus and travel further south to Wadi Rum, the vast desert where scenes fromLawrence of Arabia were filmed. Your destination is a large camp site in the middle of the desert, where you’ll spend the night enjoying dinner and sleeping in tents.
Overnight: Wadi Rum camp site
Day 3: Wadi Rum – Aqaba (B, D)
After breakfast, hop inside your spacious 4x4 jeep, and then explore Wadi Rum in a caravan convoy, traveling over red-sand dunes and around the granite mountains that punctuate the desert landscape. After your 2-hour tour of the desert, return to the camp site to collect your bags and then leave Wadi Rum by minibus.
Travel to nearby Aqaba, Jordan’s sunny southern city, and then check in to your hotel. Spend the rest of your afternoon at leisure, and then enjoy dinner at your hotel in the evening.
Overnight: tourist-class, prime-class or superior-class hotel in Aqaba
Day 4: Aqaba – Amman (B)
Enjoy breakfast and then the morning is yours to do as you please. Perhaps visit the city’s famous beaches to lounge at leisure, or pay a visit to Ayla – Aqaba’s ancient church. Meet your guide at the pre-arranged time, check out of your hotel and travel north to Amman. Your 4-day tour finishes with a drop-off at your Amman hotel.
This was amazing. This was a private tour so the tour itself was very flexible in what we wanted to do and amendments to our plan. If you are a couple or a small group - we highly recommend the private tour.
Very good. Interesting and well done. Accommodations were comfortable and food was good.
I suggest you tell guests in advance what to expect to pay out of pocket in JDs and tips. Also, tell guests that
very loud music will be played late into the evening at Bedouin camp so families know what to expect.
Thanks for a good tour.