When your cruise ship docks in Aqaba, take a private full-day shore excursion to Petra. Traveling past Wadi Rum and the Sharah Mountains by air-conditioned car or minivan, arrive at this rose-red city, carved by the Nabataeans some 2,000 years ago. Tour the highlights with a local guide; walking through the Siq canyon to witness the Treasury, tombs, amphitheater and Roman street. Learn about Petra’s history, and afterward, savor lunch at a local restaurant. Enjoy a flexible itinerary, with the opportunity to customize your sightseeing to your interests.
Visit Wadi Rum on a full-day, private tour that starts with pickup at Petra, and ends in Amman at your hotel or the airport. Combining the two journeys into a single booking gives you time for a 4x4 tour of Wadi Rum's magnificent dunes and cliffs while ensuring that you’ll still make it to Amman in a single day—not an easy feat if you don’t have a car.
Visit the ancient city of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a private, full-day tour from Amman. The flexibility and convenience of a private tour mean you’ll have more time to explore, joining a local guide for a 4-hour tour of the site, and leaving the crowds behind as you hike to the spectacular hilltop Monastery. With pickup and drop-off at hotels in Amman, this full-day Petra tour includes all transport, entrance fees, and lunch at the Basin Restaurant that's just outside Petra.
Travel to Petra to explore its UNESCO-listed rock city on a full-day private tour from the Dead Sea. Journey south by private, air-conditioned minivan and on arrival at the 2,000-year-old rose-red city, enjoy a privately guided tour. Navigate the Siq entranceway to see highlights including the Treasury, tombs, amphitheater, and more. Finish with lunch at a local hotel before returning to the Dead Sea. Lunch with drinks, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Visit Petra on a private shore excursion from Aqaba that’s tailored to your schedule and preferences. You’ll travel through the desert in a well-appointed Mercedes van, then explore the best of the ancient city, whose monuments are carved into soaring cliffs and caves. Walk the winding siq into Petra as you learn the stories behind the Treasury, royal tombs, and more, discovering Petra's most spectacular places. This full-day Aqaba to Petra shore excursion includes all entrance fees and round-trip transport from the cruise port, as well as lunch at the luxurious Mövenpick Resort.
See the stunning rock-carved monuments of Petra
Go to the Dead Sea and “swim” in its mineral-rich waters
Spend the night at a Bedouin camp in Wadi Rum
Visit the Red Sea on the Gulf of Aqaba during summer
Experience Petra day tours from Amman. Our Driver will pick you up by our air-conditioned vehicle from your hotel and drive about 03 hours to the Rose Red City of Petra, Jordan’s largest attraction. First started in the 6th century B.C. by Nabataean Arabs the city boasts beautiful facades carved directly into the walls of the mountainsides. Arriving at the visitor’s center it’s a 700-meter walk to the Siq entrance which is an impressive 1200 meter long gorge of a kaleidoscope of colors the towers more than 80 meters above you. As you exit the chasm you’re instantly transfixed by the beauty of Petra, chosen as one of the New World Wonders, the place speaks for itself. After your time at Petra, you make your way back through the Siq before returning to Amman.
Visit the ancient city of Petra with a full-day, private luxury tour from Amman for your group of up to 8 people. You’ll make the 3-hour trip from Amman to Petra in a comfortable Mercedes van, then tour the very best of the UNESCO World Heritage Site on foot, walking to the Treasury, Amphitheater, and Royal Tombs, all carved straight into rosy sandstone cliffs. Following the guided walking tour of Petra, pause for lunch and drinks at the Mövenpick Resort before returning to Amman.
Your trip is fully customizable - we can pick you up from anywhere in Jordan and will help you create a tour package that suits your interests. Your driver/guide has local insider knowledge and can give you a deeper understanding of Jordanian culture and history.