Ajloun

Ajloun is one the most scenic areas, overlooking the northern mountains of Jordan, dominated by the Ajloun Castle (Also known as Al-Rabad Castle), perched on the highest peak. The Ajloun area has been inhabited by people for over 9 thousand years, with ruins and remains dating back to the Neolithic periods. Today, the area features several historical monuments, and a nature reserve.

Amman

Welcome to Amman. Most visitors to Jordan begin their trip in the capital city of Amman, a city that derives its charm and beauty from being a unique mix of the ancient, and the modern, the old and the new .This north central city is perfectly situated on a hilly area between the desert and the fertile Jordan Valley, and is the most inhabited city in the Kingdom, serving as the Jordan’s economic, political and cultural center. In the commercial heart of the city, ultra-modern buildings, hotels, smart restaurants, art galleries and boutiques rub shoulders comfortably with traditional coffee shops and tiny artisans' workshops. Everywhere there is evidence of the city's much older past. Due to the city's modern-day prosperity and temperate climate, almost half of Jordan's population is concentrated in the Amman area. The residential suburbs consist of mainly tree-lined streets and avenues flanked by elegant, almost uniformly white houses in accordance with a municipal law, which states that all buildings must be faced with local stone.

Anjara

Jesus, his mother, and his disciples once passed through the ancient town of Anjara, located in Jordan in the hills east of the Jordan River Valley, and rested there in a cave, where now stands the Church of Our Lady of the Mount, a site of Christian pilgrimage and an example of community between Christians and Muslims in the area.

Aqaba

A trip to Aqaba is always a fun and leisurely experience for travelers and visitors to Jordan. As a coastal city with a population of 140,000, the city has a strategic location at the northeastern tip of the Red Sea. This beautiful seaside resort of Aqaba is an ideal location for fun and therapeutic and leisurely activities. The main attraction is the Red Sea itself with its stunning coral reefs, combined with incredible and unique underwater life.

As-Salt

The old city of As-Salt established its importance historically a long time ago during Toman times. For many years and under the rule of many empires, it served as a link between the Eastern Desert and the west. Today As-Salt is a town that is known for its unique architecture and rich heritage.

Azraq

Azraq is a an area located in the eastern desert of Jordan, with an oasis that features unique wildlife and a 3rd century historical castle dating back to Roman times, although the current structure was rebuilt in the 13th century. The location was of strategic value due to its location beside the oasis which was the only access to water at the time. The fort also gained importance during the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire when it became the center of operations for T.E. Lawrence.

Bethany Beyond Jordan (Baptism Site)

The site of John the Baptist's settlement at Bethany Beyond the Jordan, where Jesus was baptized, has long been known from the Bible (John 1:28 and 10:40) and from the Byzantine and medieval texts.

Dana Nature Reserve

Dana Biosphere Reserve is the biggest and most famous nature reserve in the Kingdom. Located in the south central area of Jordan in the small village of Dana, the Reserve is situated on the edge of a large natural gorge, with Wadi Dana capturing a breathtaking view over Wadi Araba. Dana is considered one of Jordan’s most valuable jewels with its stunning natural beauty that is beyond compare.

Dead Sea

Not only is the Dead Sea one of Jordan’s main attractions, it is also renowned for being a national treasure. No visit to Jordan would be complete without experiencing the breathtaking views and floating in the eerie waters of this uniquely spectacular sea.

Feynan Reserve

The Feynan Ecolodge which is part of the Dana Biosphere Reserve was established and built by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature in 2005 to incorporate four different bio-zones combining the different landscapes from the region. Since, the Feynan Ecolodge became the first example of this type of Lodge in the region.