Footsteps of Faith in Jordan

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8 Days, 7 night

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people


English, Francais

Program Brief
Welcome to Amman
Amman Umm Qais – Pella- Ajloun
Mar Elias- Anjarah – Jerash- Madaba
Madaba – Nebo –Mukawir- Petra
Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum – Bethany – Dead Sea
End of Your Trip

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Day 1:Welcome to Amman

Welcome at the airport by our team, help with formalities and transfer to the hotel. : upon your arrival at the airport, you will be greeted by our representative who will hold a sign with your names. He will then guide you to the parking lot where your driver will be waiting for you who will take you to your hotel

Day 2:Amman – Umm Qais – Pella- Ajloun

Today, we embark on a journey to Umm Qais, formerly known as Gadara, renowned for its association with the "miracle of the swine" and its rich cultural heritage, attracting poets and philosophers like Theodore. This site offers breathtaking views of the Jordan Valley and the Sea of Galilee and features a vaulted terrace, colonnaded streets, and the remnants of ancient theaters.
Next, we travel to Pella, a site of great archaeological significance and mentioned in Christian texts as a refuge for early Christians fleeing Jerusalem during the Jewish-Roman War. Pella's historical and religious importance makes it a poignant stop for those interested in early Christian history.

You'll delight in your lunch at a restaurant conveniently located near the Pella site.
Our journey continues to Ajloun, where we will visit the renowned Ajloun Castle, a remarkable example of 12th-century Islamic architecture. From this fortress, enjoy spectacular views of the Jordan Valley. We will then proceed to our countryside chalet, a haven of tranquility and relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of city life. You will savor a delicious homemade dinner with a local Christian family and have the opportunity to share a glass of wine with them, enhancing the experience with genuine hospitality and cultural exchange.

Day 3: Mar Elias- Anjarah – Jerash- Madaba

Begin your journey at Mar Elias, the revered birthplace of the prophet Elijah. This site offers a rich historical and spiritual experience, where you can explore the ruins of two Byzantine churches and ancient mosaics that depict the site's significant past. The tranquil setting provides breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape, making it a perfect starting point for your pilgrimage.
Continue to Anjarah, a town known for the Shrine of Our Lady of the Mountain. This shrine is an important pilgrimage destination for Christians, dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It is famed for its peaceful ambiance and accounts of miraculous events. The shrine offers a place for reflection and prayer, adding a deeply spiritual dimension to your journey.
We will enjoy lunch at Beit Khairat Souf, where women prepare traditional cuisine to enhance their livelihoods and preserve local heritage.
Proceed to Jerash, one of the best-preserved Greco-Roman cities in the world. As you wander through Jerash, you will be captivated by its extensive ruins, including grand temples, impressive theaters, spacious public squares, and colonnaded streets that showcase the city's historical significance and architectural prowess. Jerash vividly brings to life the splendor of Roman urban planning and culture.
Conclude your day in Madaba, a city renowned for its rich biblical heritage. Visit the Church of St. George, home to the famous 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land. This intricate mosaic provides a fascinating glimpse into the ancient geography of the region and is a testament to the city's historical and religious importance. Madaba's blend of history, culture, and spirituality offers a fitting end to your day's exploration.

Day 4: Madaba – Nebo –Mukawir- Petra

After enjoying breakfast, our journey begins in Madaba, famous for its 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land at the Church of St. George, and its rich biblical heritage.
Continue to Mount Nebo, where Moses is believed to have seen the Promised Land, offering stunning views of the Jordan Valley and ancient mosaics at the memorial site.
Next, visit Mukawer, the hilltop fortress known for the imprisonment and execution of John the Baptist, providing panoramic views of the Dead Sea.
Conclude your journey in Petra, arriving in the late afternoon.

Day 5: Petra

Commencing at the main entrance of Petra, our guided tour begins. We will traverse the famous Siq, leading to the Treasury of Petra, also known as El Khazneh, a magnificent rock-carved facade. Our itinerary includes exploration of the Greco-Roman amphitheater and onward to the High Place of Sacrifice, offering panoramic views. Additionally, we'll visit the Byzantine Church in Petra for a moment of praying and reflection.
Lunch will be enjoyed as a picnic, featuring fresh fruits, Tona, fruit juice, bread, vegetables, cake, cheese, and disposable cutlery, perfect for outdoor dining in Petra.

Day 6: Wadi Rum

Embark on an in-depth exploration of the lunar landscapes of the desert. Along the way, we'll make a stop at Um Fruth, a small arch rising approximately fifteen meters from the ground, easily accessible and traversable.
Moving away from tourist crowds, our journey continues southward, crossing two valleys with dazzling white sands and incredible rock formations adorned with hues of blue, pink, and white (Umm Muqur).
A picnic lunch will be enjoyed during the excursion. In the late afternoon, we'll board 4x4 vehicles for a 4-hour journey to a secluded spot, away from the tourist hustle, where we can witness the sunset in tranquility.
Afterwards, we'll return to the campsite for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 7: Wadi Rum - Bethany – Dead Sea

After a hearty breakfast, we'll begin our journey with a visit to Bethany, a site steeped in historical and spiritual significance. Believed to be where Jesus underwent baptism by John the Baptist, Bethany offers a profound opportunity for reflection and exploration. Wander amidst the archaeological remnants and ponder the profound events that unfolded in this sacred locale. This pilgrimage promises to be an unforgettable blend of spiritual enlightenment and historical immersion.
Following our visit to Bethany, we'll continue to the Dead Sea, renowned as the lowest point on Earth. Immerse yourself in its tranquil waters, celebrated for their therapeutic qualities that have been revered for over two millennia. Revel in the unique sensation of effortlessly floating atop its surface, courtesy of its remarkably high salt content.
Dinner and overnight stay in Dead Sea

Day 8: Departure

Transfer to the airport and assistance with departure formalities.
Safe travels!

  • Reception and assistance with entry formalities;
  • The Jordan Pass including visas and entries;
  • Entries to the sites mentioned in the program;
  • Transfers ;
  • Accommodation in the hotels (classification in local standards) mentioned in the offer (or similar) with breakfasts;
  • The meals mentioned in the offer; Reception and assistance with entry formalities;
  • The Jordan Pass including visas and entries;
  • International and domestic flights;
  • Drinks other than those mentioned above;
  • Tips for the driver and the local guide;


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