Pedestrian path from north to south
It is a very long path that extends over a distance of 675 kilometers, and adventure and sports enthusiasts generally like to pass through it for varying distances, whether by bike or on foot.
This corridor crosses the entire country from the green Umm Qais in the north, to Aqaba in the south, and crosses 75 Jordanian cities step by step.
Amidst the landscape, the passers-by meet the inhabitants of that land.
They are magical and picturesque heights at any time of the day, but perhaps more specifically at the end of the day, just before sunset, the facade of the Petra Mountains is revealed after a one kilometer walk in the Siq Valley, a narrow valley cut into the pink rocks.
The expansive site is a delight for hikers who can sometimes follow steep paths to reach the top of the cliff opposite the monument, set out to explore the Tombs of the Kings and Street of Facades, or climb the mountains to Deir Somaa on challenging but fun and scenic adventures.
The Jordanian city of Petra, which is deeply rooted in history, is not only available on the mountains, but also on the coasts and marine tourist areas. Divers find their way to discover the coral reefs of the Red Sea, in the protected waters of the Gulf of Aqaba, and discover an incredible wealth of the seabed, which is among the The most beautiful places in the world.
Exploration on islands of dense coral reefs amidst fish of all colors and types: boxfish, clowns, lionfish, as well as algae, sea anemones, and amazing mollusks The most experienced and professional scuba divers can enjoy even deeper and more impressive things, such as shipwrecks sunken during wars And bygone times, planes, etc.
Coral reefs of the Red Sea
It is often referred to as the Red Planet.. The stunning desert of Wadi Rum has served as the setting for many films such as Sand Dunes, and also the Star Wars IX tape.
There are abundant compact or carved vertical rocks, vertical rocks, and red sand dunes emerge against the blue sky so that the scene there is encouraging to make a thousand ways to discover it either on foot, or on camel back, or on horseback, or in a four-wheel drive vehicle, or From the heights of the sky, on a light balloon or in a small helicopter.
Visitors to the Wadi Rum area can share a night with a Bedouin family over cardamom coffee or tea or a traditional dinner around a campfire.
Wadi Mujib, a 70-kilometre-long river that flows into the Dead Sea, provides a great place for a kayaking trip. It is a matter of exploring the rapids that drop a few dozen meters to reach a magnificent waterfall, where visitors either enjoy a walk and abseil or a mud bath followed by a short bath. in the Dead Sea.
During your stay with the locals, you can learn to cook delicious and wonderful local Jordanian dishes: mansaf, lamb with rice that is a festive dish, or a spicy sauce (based on tomatoes, garlic, onions and chicken), or savory beans (white beans in a sauce), without ever Forget other foods that have a delicious and special taste such as hummus, mutabal, tabbouleh or dolma (stuffed grape leaves), and they are eaten with pita bread and always