Where the waves of The Red Sea meet the desert sand of Wadi Rum
Marḥaba from a desert nation that feels like a living museum. Shaped by its invaders, Jordan is home to some of the most stunningly preserved ancient architecture, from crusades castles to Roman amphitheatres. But it’s Petra, a city carved from sandstone in the 3rd Century BC, that is most awe-inspiring. Labeled a World Heritage Site, it is a maze of temples, palaces and caves. But don’t mistake Jordan for a historical artefact; Amman is a bustling modern city filled with international restaurants, nightclubs and high-end shopping. So whether you want to trek through the desert with Bedouins like Lawrence of Arabia, or view the Promised Land from the top of Mount Nebo, VISIT JORDAN!