• Should I Rent a Car or Hire a Driver for my Jordan Tour? While renting a car and driving yourself around Jordan may seem like a good idea, supposedly allowing you to maximise your time and be flexible in your visits, the challenges of driving in Jordan can negatively affect or even ruin your vacation. Driving in Jordan requires strong […]

  • Home » Jordan Culture » A walk through Jerash Upon visiting Jerash, you can easily see why it’s one of the country’s most popular spots to visit; vast green fields, 360-degree scenery, and scattered hilltop temples. The city is one of the oldest in the world, which is clear once you arrive – its ancient spirit lives on thanks to the fact that generations […]

  • Celebrating Christmas and New Year, Jordanian Style Christmas is very visible in Amman and both Christians and Muslims enjoy celebrating the festive season. The shopping and dining complex at the Boulevard in Abdali area turns into a strip of kiosks and markets with lavish decorations and carol singers. This year The Boulevard hosts its third Christmas festivities, with groups singing […]

  • With 1,001 different delicacies to try when visiting Jordan, here is a look at the best venues to feast on regional delights. Beginning on the southernmost tip of this small kingdom, the Syrian Palace Restaurant in Aqaba manages to concoct dishes that arc the very essence of Middle Eastern cuisine, generous, sumptuous and served with unwavering Jordanian hospitality. The setting […]

  • Jordan Pass is great for visitors to save time and money when traveling to nearly 40 of the country’s best-known sights. The new Jordan Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ scheme is the best way for visitors to maximize their Jordan experience during a visit to the Kingdom. Perks of the pass include skipping the ticketing Queues, and free entry into […]

  • Petra is the most famous archaeological site in Jordan. Its worldwide reputation is due to the funeral monuments carved into coloured sandstone cliffs by an ancient caravan people, the Nabataean. Petra site was occupied since the prehistoric time and became during the Antiquity an important crossroad between the Arabian Peninsula, Egypt and the Mediterranean world. Nabateans elevated the place to […]

  • The World Economic Forum took place in the heart of the Dead Sea for the 9th time from the 21st till the 23rd May 2015, with full support and presence of Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania. More than 800 leaders and ministers from 180 countries attended this conference. His Majesty King Abdullah opened the World Economic Forum reaffirming […]

  • Tourism is one of Jordan’s most important resources, and is the largest generator of foreign currency in the kingdom, therefore, it rightly receives a great deal of attention by the Jordanian government. In order to encourage more tourism to Jordan, the Jordanian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is considering lowering the entrance fees to one of the world’s wonders; namely […]

  • Jordan’s tourism is about to gain a significant boost from increased direct flights between Aqaba and Istanbul. The new route gives millions of travelers direct access to Jordan along with a superb location to three of the country’s key tourism attractions. The launch of Turkish Airlines Aqaba flights marks a historic moment for Aqaba; the first foreign international network carrier […]