I will be coming to Jordan for a few days in the second half of June. Was wondering if anyone else will be there at the same time and maybe want to share a private taxi to and from Petra?
Hi im doing a trip to Jordan and only get 3 days for the country so my plan is
Day 1 land 9am go to the dead sea and amman.
Day 2 got to Petra on the Jett bus spend the day there and then stay the night at wadi rum doing a 4x4 tour.
Day 3 explore Petra again. Get the Jett bus back to amman and then fly out at 2am.
Is it possible to do all that in the time frame?
How hard is it to get from petra to wadi rum?
Hi everyone. I'm traveling too Jordan next month from the NYC. I'm a little concerned about checking my high end camera and mini iPad. Has anyone had any issues with there devices being stolen or damaged?
On Saturday May 20th a friend and I are travelling from Petra to Amman.
I know that there is a JETT bus at 5PM, but we want to travel in the morning.
I've read that there are minibuses; does anyone know what times they run?
Hope you all are doing good. Following is the itinerary I plan to undertake in Jordan.Please suggest me if it is feasible and what should I add or remove.
Day 1: Amman
Day 2: Jerash and Pella ( night at Amman)
Day 3: Desert Castles ( night at Amman)
Day 4: Madaba and Mount Nebo ( night at Amman)
Day 5: Dana Reserve via Dead Sea
Day 6: Dana Reserve
Day 8: Petra
Day 9: Wadi Rum
Day 10: Wadi Rum
Day 11: Aqaba
Day 12 : Amman
Day 13: Departure
Please suggest any budget hotels to stay at Dana…
I just wanted to share some recent info. I went to the Jordanian embassy in Ramallah to get a visa and found out that if you have a Jordan pass (can buy it online), you don't actually need to get a visa in advance to cross at King Hussein, contrary to what it says on the Jordan Pass website. Which is what I did about a week ago. Check with the Embassy before you do though. Note: if you decide to get the visa in Ramallah, it's more expensive than normal because you pay in NIS with a very…
Hello guys. There really are not a lot of information about this airport on the internet.
I would like to know whether the retails and beverages in this airport accept currency other than the local ones? If not, I believe it is probably better to exchange some jordan dinar back at home (as most exchange rates in airports are not that great).
How much though, should I exchange, if I want to be able to have a breakfast and maybe grab some souvenirs such as those dead-sea-muds and stuff?
I will be arriving in Amman on the 28th and staying for 2 nights before moving South, eventually crossing to Eilat on the 6th of May (if possible).
My plan was to do some hiking while there, and the canyon of Wadi Musjib as well as Dana Biosphere Reserve piqued my interest.
Is it possible to go Amman > Musjib > Dana > Petra > Wadi Rum in 8 days?
I would leave Amman the morning of the 30th.
What would this cost? I am a solo traveler trying not to break the bank while out here…
I'm just back from 10 days in Jordan. The highlights without a doubt were Petra and Wadi Rum, followed by a few days in the pleasant seaside city of Aqaba. Highlights of my trip below!
Trip report here:
I will be in Jordan May 5- 24 and would love to take a 5 day scrambling tour in Wadi Rum. I have emailed dozens of tour operators, but no one has a departure so far and I don't want to go on my own (because that would just be really boring (and also too expensive)). All the tour operators will email me when they have a group booking in, but I was wondering if someone here is planning to go to Jordan that time and wants to go on such a tour with me?