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The lowest point on the earth's surface at more than 400m below sea level, the Dead sea is a natural phenomena and high on most travellers' bucket lists.
Lucky for us we have a whole day to spend here, whiling away the time bobbing in its mineral-rich buoyant waters and lathering up with a detoxifying mud bath.
Our next port of call is Um ar-Rasas, one of Jordan’s World Heritage sites and once an important stop on the busy caravan routes. Stephen Church features medallions commemorating all the early Christian pilgrimage sites of the region, and the extensive ruins also include one of the area’s earliest Stylite towers, where a Byzantine hermit lived atop the tower and preached to the pilgrimage visitors. Consider doing a Petra by Night excursion (payable locally) for a tantalizing candlelight stroll through Petra’s Siq….a romantic preview of things to come.
Chief among Jordan’s many archaeological riches is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Rose City of Petra.
The city was first settled around the 6th century BC by the Nabataean tribe from Western Arabia.
Rediscovered in 1812, it remains on the list of many travellers.
A vast, silent landscape of ancient riverbeds, pastel coloured stretches of sandy desert and amazing rock formations known as jebels that rise from the desert floor, the desertscape of Wadi Rum represents some of the most stunning countryside on the planet. After breakfast at the campsite, we head north along the Desert Highway to visit Shobak Castle, which is perched dramatically on a hill top and was built by the Crusader king Baldwin I in 1115.
Boarding 4x4 jeeps, we take a safari through the sand dunes, getting up close and personal to the surrounding scenery of Wadi Rum. After exploring the castle we descend some 1300 meters to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on the earth’s surface.
Better known as the Monastery, Ad-Deir has a similar facade to that of the Treasury, but is far bigger and the views from the nearby cliff-tops are awesome. Consider opting for our Petra Kitchen Add-on tonight! A chance to revisit Petra before our afternoon drive to Wadi Rum.of Olives and Bethlehem on the Judean hills just across the wide valley.Later we visit Madaba en route to Petra where we see the Church of St George, the Madaba Archaeological Park, Apostles Church and Madaba Museum.Today we tour the citadel and Archaeological Museum of Amman before we take a walk through the bustling local souk to enjoy typical Jordanian street treats of falafel and hummus at the country’s most popular local street stand.As the pictures on the wall will prove, the unglamorous food stand was a great favourite of the late King Hussein. Nebo, the site from which Moses saw the Promised Land.