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Spend two nights in the ancient Red Sea city of Aqaba on this independent trip from Amman. Soak up the sunshine on the Red Sea’s beautiful beaches at your leisure. Discover vibrant coral reefs, explore ancient ruins at Ayla or Aqaba Fort and take night-time strolls through the city streets. Browse the bustlnig markets and perhaps haggle for souvenirs among the busy shoppers and traders — your time is yours to spend how you like! Afterward, meet your guide at the pre-arranged time and return to your hotel in Amman.


  • 2-night independent trip to Aqaba from Amman
  • Explore the Red Sea city at your own pace
  • Lounge on Aqaba’s beaches or visit one of the nearby diving or snorkeling sites, if you wish
  • See the city sights while strolling around at leisure, like Ayla and Aqaba Fort
  • Spend two nights in your choice of 3-, 4- or 5-star hotel accommodation in central Aqaba
  • Enjoy round-trip transport by luxury minibus with a private driver

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This tour offers you the flexibility to do whatever you want in the beautiful beachside city of Aqaba.

What You Can Expect

2 Nights in Aqaba with Round-Trip Transport from Amman

Explore the beautiful beachside city of Aqaba

Day 1: Amman – Aqaba (D)
Start your 2-night tour with a pickup from your Amman hotel, and then travel south by luxury minibus. After a 4-hour journey, arrive at the Red Sea city and then check in to your hotel. Enjoy dinner at your hotel, and then spend the rest of your afternoon and evening at leisure.

Day 2: Aqaba (B)
After a relaxing breakfast in your hotel, the day is yours to spend at leisure. The Red Sea beaches are one of Aqaba’s biggest draws, and the waters – with their impressive coral reefs -- hold untold appeal for underwater enthusiasts. So, perhaps take a stroll to the beaches to bask on them at leisure, or even dive or snorkel independently (own expense).

Alternatively, check out some of Aqaba’s sights, like the ruins of Ayla – an intriguing old church near the city marina – or Aqaba Fort. The small (yet impressive) castle is said to have been built around the 16th century, when it was used as a pilgrimage stop for pilgrims making their way to Mecca.

Return to your hotel for dinner and then spend your evening doing whatever you please. The streets are pleasant for a nighttime stroll, and many of the outdoor coffee shops (with chairs on the pavement) stay open until late.

Day 3: Aqaba – Amman (B)
Check out of your hotel after breakfast, and then spend your morning at leisure. Shopping in Aqaba is fun, so maybe head down to the souq (market) to haggle for souvenirs such Dead Sea skin-care products or jewelry.

Meet your guide at the pre-arranged time and return to Amman by minibus. Your experience finishes with a drop-off at your Amman hotel.

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