Jordan Adventure

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8 days/7 nights

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Independent

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DAY 1
Welcome to Jordan, airport pick up and overnight in Amman

DAY 2
Spend the morning exploring the great Roman city of Jerash. In the afternoon, take in the lively street culture of Amman.

DAY 3 - DANA NATURE RESERVE
Walk in Jordan's most beautiful nature reserve, Dana. Spend the night in this scenic village with great views down Dana gorge.

DAY 4 - PETRA (MAIN MONUMENTS)
Explore the astonishing ruins of ancient Petra.

DAY 5 - PETRA (OFF THE BEATEN TRACK)
Walk through a little-known Nabataean processional way into the ancient city, see the High Place of Sacrifice and the tombs of the Wadi Farasa.

DAY 6 - EXPLORING WADI RUM
Go by jeep into the vast rock and red sand wilderness of Wadi Rum, hike across the sandstone mountains and dunes, camp out under the stars in the desert.

DAY 7 RELAX AT THE DEAD SEA
Float in the warm water of the Dead Sea and relax at a comfortable spa / resort hotel.

DAY 8
Departure.


 


Inclusions

Transport
Transportation throughout the trip using a deluxe air-conditioned private charter with driver (sedan or van or a small bus depending on your group size).

Accomodation
3 star Hotels (5nt), 4 star Hotels (1nt), Bedouin campsites (1nt).

Meals
7 breakfasts, 1 lunch & 2 dinners are included as per the itinerary above (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner).

Guides
Local hiking guide in Dana.
Local Bedouin hiking guide in Petra Madras Trail.
Local Bedouin guide/ host in Wadi Rum.

English Speaking Licensed Guide (Applicable for 7 + group size)

Exclusions
Entrance fees
Personal equipment
Flights
Travel insurance
Personal expenditures
Tips

 

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Welcome to Terhaal adventures... we hope that you enjoy exploring Jordan's hidden treasures as much as we do!

Independent holidays 

Travel independently, without groups or guides. We handle all the details and hassles - all you do is have fun. 

Transportation and accommodations are nothing to worry about. You will have a private charter with an english speaking driver to whom we will communicate your itinerary's route, and at each overnight location you will have your room ready. Having us worry about these logistics does not mean you are paying more for something you could have done yourself, on the contrary, we believe this will not only save your time, but also save you money. 

Flexibility is the main key feature of these itineraries. We are happy to amend the program to suit your requirement may you wish to have more time at a certain location, less time at another, finish the program at a different point, etc. 

Once you book your trip, we will send you a special detailed itinerary similar to this document but with more information about the exact schedule and precise directions that you need in order to lead your independent tour program as smooth as possible. However, this document does not substitute having a guide book to Jordan for more information about the places you visit or places to eat, etc. 

Introduction 

This holiday takes you on an exciting historical journey and a splendid adventure including three spectacular and pleasant hikes. Your holiday starts by exploring one of the most impressive and well-preserved Roman cities outside of Rome and an opportunity to experience t the special buoyancy of the Dead Sea-the world's second saltiest lake and the lowest spot on earth-and ends with time to relax at the beach and enjoy the fresh and crispy waters of the Red Sea in Aqaba. You'll be hiking in Dana Biosphere Reserve and experiencing the serenity Feynan eco lodge-rated one of the top 50 ecolodges in the world by the National Geographic Adventure Magazine. You'll be making a unique entrance to Petra through the back door with plenty of time to explore the sites of this UNESCO world heritage site and one of the New 7 Wonders! Your time in Wadi Rum will then immerse you in a splendid ocean of sand and massive sandstone mountains to explore one of the most fascinating deserts in the World! This very unique and rich itinerary encompasses a splendid variety of Jordanian landscape and culture. It is a perfect holiday for those travelers who like a good balance of nature, history, culture and interesting moderate activities!

Itinerary Disclaimer

The itinerary attached is correct at the time of printing. However please note that occasionally our itineraries are updated during the year to incorporate improvements stemming from past travelers' comments and our own research. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you print and review a final copy of your Trip Details a couple of days prior to your trip, in case there have been changes that affect your plans.

Meeting Point

Queen Alia International Airport. Your driver will meet you and transfer you from the airport to your hotel in Amman - a 45 minute drive.

Finishing Point

Amman - Queen Alia International Airport. Your transfer will be provided from your hotel in Amman to the Airport - a 45 minute drive. 

Arrival Complications

We don't expect any problems (and nor should you!) but if for any reason you are unable to begin your trip as scheduled, please contact us immediately at one of the following numbers:
+962 77 7515919
+962 79 7784433
+962 79 553 6351

Detailed Itinerary 

DAY 1 - ARRIVAL
NO MEALS INCLUDED TODAY
Your driver will be waiting at Amman (AMM) airport to take you directly to your hotel in Amman - a 40-minute drive. There are no activities planned for today. Keep in mind that hotel check-in time is typically after 2.00pm. Early check in is not guaranteed, but if you do arrive early luggage storage is available at the hotel. There will be time to rest and settle in before you meet your cycling guide for the trip. He'll be happy to answer any questions about the journey, and to make sure you're briefed on the program for the journey ahead.

DAY 2 - JERASH AND AMMAN
MEALS: BREAKFAST
Today you'll head north to discover one of the great Roman cities of the Middle East, Jerash. Founded at the time of Alexander the Great, Jerash flourished for around a thousand years as a trade center on the road between Damascus and Petra. The city's colonnaded streets are basically intact, as is the beautiful oval forum and the gateway built to commemorate the visit of the Emperor Hadrian. The theatre, temples, baths, and hippodrome are all well preserved, and there are some wonderful Byzantine mosaic floors from the early Christian period.

In the afternoon there'll be time to explore Amman. Jordan's capital is a real, living city, full of quirky neighborhoods, friendly people, and fabulous food. You can begin up at the citadel, where you can take in the views and explore the Roman and early Islamic ruins. Just downhill is the Roman theatre, built during the reign of Emperor Antonius but now embedded into modern Amman and still used for cultural and musical events. From here you can wander through the markets, maybe stopping in a local café to take in the street scenes, watch the old men playing backgammon, and try Arabic coffee and pastries. This is also a good chance to smoke the scented tobacco of the argeelah or hubbly bubbly.

DAY 3 - HIKE IN DANA NATURE RESERVE
HIKING: 5KM / 3-4 HOURS.
MEALS: BREAKFAST, DINNER
You'll make an early start and head south for a 2.5 hour drive to the Dana Biosphere Reserve, Jordan's largest nature reserve. At the Rummana campsite you'll meet your local guide and set off of a beautiful, gentle walk around the head of the Wadi Dana to the village. There are huge views down the valley and an abundance of birds and animals to see along the way. Your guides are expert at pointing out the tracks of animals and at identifying the medicinal herbs and plants that grow here. The trail brings you in through the irrigated gardens and orchards of Dana village to the visitor center, where you can enjoy lunch and take in the scenery.

Dana village is a cluster of old stone houses built right on the edge of Wadi Dana, a spectacular valley that cuts down almost 1000 meters from Jordan's eastern plateau to the deserts at Feynan. Above the village spring water flows from a fault in the limestone and is used to irrigate gardens of vine and olive, fig and pomegranate. Archaeological evidence indicates that this place has been inhabited for at least 4000 years. Today, it forms the main point of access to the Dana Biosphere Reserve. The village commands magnificent views down towards the Great Rift Valley. You'll stay in the village in a simple but friendly guesthouse.

DAY 4: TOUR PETRA
HIKING IN PETRA - BETWEEN 5 AND 10KM, DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU GO!
MEALS: BREAKFAST
Early morning trasfer to Petra to spend the day exploring the ruins. No matter how many times you've seen it reproduced on film, nothing can really prepare you for the first glimpse of Petra. The classic entry to the city takes you through the long twilight of the siq, a narrow canyon that twists for more than a mile through the red sandstone, and then stuns you into silence with the sunlit façade of the Treasury, a monument cut into the rock some 2000 years ago with a refinement that is scarcely believable.

From the postcards, you'd think this was what you'd come to see. But it's just the beginning. Petra is a vast archaeological site, most of it still unexcavated; you could spend days exploring the ruins and still not see it all. It was built by the Nabataeans, an Arab tribe who began as tent-dwelling Bedouin but soon came to dominate the most lucrative trade of the ancient world: incense. They used the money to create this city and to build an empire that extended from the Red Sea to Damascus. They also absorbed architectural ideas from Egypt, from the Babylonians, and from the Greek cities of the Mediterranean, using them to create the hybrid culture that you see in these ruins. The Temple of the Winged Lions, the High Place of Sacrifice, the Roman theatre, the Garden Tomb, the Byzantine church - any one of these monuments would be an archaeological treasure in its own right; in Petra, you can explore them one after another, and find them all set into one of the finest desert landscape in the Middle East.

Out of Petra, you'll check into your hotel in Wadi Musa where you'll be staying for the coming two nights.

DAY 5: PETRA MADRAS TRAIL AND WADI RUM BEDOUIN CAMP
HIKING: 8KM / 4-5 HOURS
MEALS: BREAKFAST
You'll begin today's walk following the crowds through the main gates, but almost immediately you'll leave them all behind and strike out on your own into a silent, unspoilt desert landscape. Your trail follows an old Nabataean processional route towards what was once the city's sacred center, the High Place of Sacrifice. Along the way there are traces of ancient stone steps, and eroded relief carvings of deities or ‘god blocks' cut into the rock walls. The route brings you out above the High Place of Sacrifice, from where you can see down across the whole of Petra and west towards Jebel Harun, Petra's highest peak. From here you descend through the Wadi Farasa, which has some of best temples in the city (including the Garden Tomb and the Roman Soldier's Tomb), emerging right in the heart of Petra. This is a wonderful walk, well away from the crowds, and leaves you plenty of time to explore the tombs and temples of Petra before leaving the site through the main siq.

DAY 6: WADI RUM
Early morning transfer down to Wadi Rum, the most beautiful desert landscape in the Middle East.

Every guidebook to Wadi Rum repeats the description written by T.E. Lawrence of Arabia almost century ago, and with good reason. "The Arab armies would have been lost in the length and breadth of it," he wrote, "and within the walls a squadron of aeroplanes could have wheeled in formation. Our little caravan grew self-conscious, and fell dead quiet, afraid and ashamed to flaunt its smallness in the presence of such stupendous hills. Landscapes, in childhood's dream, were so vast and silent."

Bedouin guides from the Howeitat tribe (the same tribe that guided Lawrence) will meet you at Rum Village and drive you by jeep into this spectacular desert. You'll spend the morning exploring Wadi Rum's mountains and sand dunes, stopping to take in the views and to look at the inscriptions chipped into the rock over thousands of years. After a picnic lunch in the shade, followed by a cup of tea and a rest, you'll drive on to the great red dune, where you can kick off your shoes and run down the soft, warm sand. In the late afternoon you'll arrive at your camp in the heart of the protected area, where there'll be time to relax and take in the sunset before enjoying a Bedouin feast of meat and vegetables cooked in the zerb, an oven of fire-heated sand and stone. If you're still not tired out by the day's adventures you can stay up round the fire, talking and laughing with your Bedouin hosts and watching the night sky.

Your accommodation is a simple but comfortable Bedouin campsite, with a traditional goat hair tent divided into twin ‘rooms.' There are proper toilets and showers on the site (go easy on the water), as well as shaded seating areas for relaxing and dining.

DAY 7: DEAD SEA
After breakfast your Bedouin hosts will drive you out to Rum village, from where you'll head north by road to the Dead Sea and check into a comfortable resort / spa hotel. Floating in the warm, intensely saline water of the Dead Sea is an unforgettable experience! This is the lowest point on the surface of the earth (some 400m below sea level) and contains mineral-rich muds that have been recognized since antiquity for their curative properties. This mud costs a fortune in Europe, but in Jordan you can scoop it from the seabed and cover yourself with it! The blue water, the white salt-encrusted shore, and the red desert mountains also make this an outstandingly beautiful place.

DAY 8: DEPARTURE
MEALS INCLUDED: BREAKFAST
A single group transfer will be provided from your hotel to AMM Airport - a 40-minute drive. We wish you a safe homeward journey and hope to see you again in Jordan soon.

 

Inclusions

Transport
Transportation throughout the trip using a deluxe air-conditioned private charter with driver (sedan or van or a small bus depending on your group size).

Accomodation
3 star Hotels (5nt), 4 star Hotels (1nt), Bedouin campsites (1nt).

Meals
7 breakfasts, 1 lunch & 2 dinners are included as per the itinerary above (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner).

Guides
Local hiking guide in Dana.
Local Bedouin hiking guide in Petra Madras Trail.
Local Bedouin guide/ host in Wadi Rum.

English Speaking Licensed Guide (Applicable for 7 + group size)

Exclusions
Entrance fees, personal equipment (see the What to Take section below), flights, travel insurance, personal expenditures & tips.
Entrance fees per person are estimated as follows: Jerash = JOD8, Petra 2 day pass = JOD55, Wadi Rum = JOD5.

What to Take

You will be on the move a good deal, so pack as lightly as possible (try to stay around 10 kg /22lb). Suitcases are definitely not recommended for our trips! It is also important that your bags can be locked, as wyou are trekking your luggage will be transported separately from the group. The smaller your bag is the better, for when it comes to travelling its usually only the smaller bags that will fit into the storage areas. So to get maximum comfort, pack small and light! You will also need a day pack/bag to carry water and a camera or whatever you need along the trail.

Temperatures in Jordan can be hot and with little rain. This can become extreme towards and during the summer months of May to August. In the months of November to March it can be very cool at night particularly in the desert where night temperatures can drop to 5C or less. Even in the hot months out in the desert it can sometimes get cold at night.

Jordan is an Islamic nation and tends to be quite conservative so you should dress accordingly. As a general guideline, shoulders and knees should be covered at all times. The wearing of shorts is not allowed away from the beach or pool as it will restrict your entry into buildings of a religious nature and family homes. A light water and windproof jacket is useful and a hat essential. From mid-November to late February a sleeping bag is essential for your nights in the desert. At other times a sleeping sheet will suffice.

Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot climate.

 

For this trip you will need the following equipment:

> Comfortable lightweight walking boots suitable for rough terrain and easy scrambling,
> lightweight waterproof jacket,
> lightweight, loose-fitting clothing appropriate to warm conditions,
> fleece jacket or similar. body warmers and gloves if in winter, 
> a daypack of around 20 - 30 liters,
> torch and batteries,
> 2 water bottles,
> sunhat,
> sunglasses,
> sun cream,
> Insect repellent,

 

Also, this is a checklist of other things to remember:

> Travel documents: passport, visa, travel insurance, air tickets etc.
> Health requirements arranged
> Money: travelers cheques/cash/credit card
> Money pouch
> First aid kit
> Alarm clock and torch/flashlight (headlights are best)
> Tampons can be difficult to buy in rural areas or in the desert
> Lock for your bag
> Small travel towel
> Your personal hygiene kit
> Toilet paper
> Foot powder or Vaseline can be useful against blisters.
> Dates, fruits, or candy bars (to provide instant calories during outdoor activities)

 

Health

It is recommended that all travelers be in good physical health prior to embarking on a Terhaal trip as all our trips are active/adventurous. We also advise all our guests to consult their doctor beforehand. Group leaders reserve the right to exclude any guest from a trip whom they believe may be of an unjustifiable risk to themselves or to the rest of the group without refund.

 

Physical Preparation

This is an active holiday. It involves hiking in hilly country. That will require a decent level of fitness to be enjoyable. We recommend you objectively assess your fitness level in conjunction with reading the itinerary to ensure this trip is right for you. Make sure to read the Physical Rating section above.

 

Safety

Jordan is generally considered to be a very safe country however we recommend that you bear the following in mind when visiting:

Be sensible how you store or carry around your passport, wallet and any valuables.
During some parts of the trip you will be given some free time to wander around on your own, relax or explore at your own leisure; at these times we recommend that you use your good judgment as to what activity(s) you choose to do. Our Group Leader / guide will be ready at all times to help you decide how you spend your time.
Please make sure you have adequate footwear and clothing for the hiking trips you will be taking.

Local Culture

Jordanians are typically very friendly and welcoming of foreign guests, especially in rural areas and villages, and it is not unknown for a Jordanian to invite a foreigner he has just met into his home.

During the month of Ramadan Muslems refrain from eating or drinking during daylight hours. Business hours are shortened, including opening hours at all popular tourist attractions. Alcohol is not permitted during daylight hours [except in 5 Star Hotels] and many restaurants will be closed. While you definitely need to expect some delays and inconveniences during this period, the month of Ramadan is a fantastic month to travel to Jordan as it offers a chance to witness an enticing culture experience before and after the fast is broken.

Visas

Please make sure to consult your nearest Jordanian embassy for any visa requirement that you may be subject to.

Most nationalities are able to obtain a single-entry visa at the airport, land borders, or port in Aqaba, valid for 14 days and costing JOD20.

Departure tax

You will be required to pay a JOD5 Departure Tax upon leaving Jordan (does not apply when exiting through airports but budget airlines travellers, such as Easy Jet, may be required to pay it).

Money Exchange

The Jordanian Dinar is fixed at a rate of JOD 0.709 against USD 1.

Spending Money

Each traveler has his or her own spending habits and we recommend that you consider yours when allowing for all the daily expenses you will be incurring i.e. drinking, eating, shopping etc.

Emergency Funds

Please also make sure you have access to an additional USD400, to be used when unforeseen incidents or circumstances outside our control (eg. a natural disaster) necessitate a change to our planned route. This is a rare occurrence but it is well worth being prepared!

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. When travelling on a group trip, you will not be permitted to join the group until evidence of travel insurance and the insurance company's 24 hour emergency contact number has been seen by your leader. If you have credit card insurance your tour leader will require proof of purchase of the trip (a receipt of credit card statement) with a credit card in your name. Contact your bank for details of their participating insurer, the level of coverage and emergency contact telephone number.

Emergency Contact

In case of an emergency Terhaal's Amman Office can be reached on

+962 7 77515 919
+962 7 95547 137
+962 7 72130 935

Alternatively you can email emergency@terhaal.com

Your Fellow Travelers

As you travel on a group trip you will be exposed to all the pleasures and maybe some of the frustrations of travelling in a group. Your fellow travelers will probably come from all corners of the world and likely a range of age groups too. We ask you to be understanding of the various needs and preferences of your group - patience with your fellow travelers is sometimes required for the benefit of everyone's travel experience. Remember too that you have responsibilities to the group. If you are requested to be at a place at a certain time, ensure that you don't keep the rest of the group waiting. We have found time and time again that the very best trips we operate are those where the dynamics within the group work well - this takes just a little effort on your part.

Responsible Travel

We believe strongly in low impact or rather positive impact tourism. Broadly speaking this means that we try to minimize the negative aspects of tourism on the local cultures and environments that we visit and highlight the positive aspects. Jordan is a small country with little natural resources. Water scarcity is a big issue in the region so make sure you adapt a conservative attitude towards water consumption. Along the trip your tour leader will highlight such issues.

Terhaal plans its operations in a way that maximizes benefits for local communities; whenever we can, we hire staff locally in the areas where we operate, our guests stay in locally owned hotels and we attempt to organize our holidays around volunteering activities such helping farmers to harvest their apples, olives etc, and the like. Terhaal also contributes towards efforts that strengthen environmental advocacy and environmental education for children.

A Couple of Rules

Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Our philosophy of travel is one of respect towards everyone we encounter, and in particular the local people who make your destinations such special places. Our group leader has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession.

Consuming alcohol or being under its influence during our hiking activities will not be tolerated.

Participation form

All Terhaal travelers are required to sign a Participation Form on day 1 of the trip. Please note that signing the form is a prerequisite of travelling with Terhaal. To read the full document, please follow this link http://www.terhaal.com/travel-jordan/adventure/participation-form

Feedback

After your trip we hope you will send us your photos and any stories or feedback you may have. We would appreciate it if you could take a couple of minutes to complete our feedback form, just follow this link: http://www.terhaal.com/content/feedback-form. Your feedback will not only help us improve, but will also help other travelers make their decisions after reading your feedback/ testimonial.

Our blog

Our blog, Treks & Trails of Jordan (www.terhaal.com/blog), is a collection of stories posted by a variety of people that reflect the natural, environmental and cultural aspects of Jordan vis-à-vis first hand experiences.

It is also a great tool for documenting your feedback to communicate and share your Jordan experience with others. All you need to do is write one or two paragraphs about your trip with Terhaal, attach some photos if available and send it to us at blog@terhaal.com to have it published on our blog under your name.

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The information in this document has been compiled with care and is provided in good faith. However it is subject to change, and does not form part of the contract between the client and Terhaal.