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3-Day Amman, Madaba & Petra Tour
  • Tour Category

    Group Tour

  • Tour Types

    Archeology, Culture, History

  • Duration

    3 Days

  • Activity Level

    Easy

  • Language

    English

Description

Visit Amman, Madaba, and Petra on a 3-day tour. Explore Amman and see the Temple of Hercules. See the church of the Virgin Mary at Madaba. Drive to Petra, and discover the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom. Discover the oldest and most famous castles, old towns, and other attractions in Jordon.

  • Day 1 : Visit Amman expand_more
    • Start from Amman, the capital of Jordan by driving an hour to the north towards Jerash, the most well-preserved Roman city in the whole world.

    • Return to Amman.

    Overnight at Amman.

  • Day 2 : Visit Madaba expand_more
    • In the morning after breakfast, start from Amman and drive towards Madaba city.

    • After one hour of driving, see the old map decorated with mosaic, showing the holy places in Jordan spotting Israel, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria. 

    • Move towards Nebo mountain, see the place where Moses died at the top of the mountain.

    • Drive towards Karak for about two hours through the king's highway, which is very old and interesting.

    • Cross old towns.

    • In Karak, see the Crusader Castle.

    • Drive to Petra.

    Overnight in Petra.  

  • Day 3 : Petra Tour expand_more
    • Spend the whole day in Petra and visit its glorious attractions.

    • Rest in Petra or drive back to Amman. 

What's Included
  •  Guiding service.

  • Transportation.

  • Tickets.

  • Lunch.

  • Petra by night.

  • 900$ per person.

What's Excluded
  • If you wish, you can exceed your trip by one day for rest in hotel in Petra.

Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Price Details
Adult
1 To 4 USD 950 Per Person

This is a group tour

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