4 reasons to make you visit Jordan

Jordan was on my list of places for quite some time Jenna’s not so much! So, why visit Jordan?

All I can tell you is that after our trip, even Jenna fell in love with the country and these 4 reasons will help you book your next trip to Jordan.

Jordan is safe!

I think what happens is most people assume Jordan is not safe because it is in the Middle East, surrounded by countries that are known to have problems (Syria, Egypt and Iraq). I can tell you first hand that it is a very safe country and isn’t like many of the other countries that are part of the Middle East.

Jordan is a very peaceful country and has had ties with the US for many, many years.

Petra & Wadi Rum

Petra is one site in Jordan you absolutely must visit. Click here to read more about Petra and Wadi Rum and why you need to visit there during the day and evening. I am sure those who have watched Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade you will notice the iconic Treasury building.

Visiting the lowest point on earth

I am sure the Dead Sea is on a lot of people’s bucket list. I mean, who doesn’t want to experience the lowest point on earth and get that photo floating and reading the newspaper?!

To read more about this wonderful part of Jordan, click here.


No trip to Jordan is complete without exploring the capital city, Amman. Spend a day exploring what the city has to offer such as the Citadel. Click here to read more about what to do in Amman.

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Do you have travel insurance?

Before travelling, make sure you get a travel insurance policy – you never know when you might need it! Click here for information on travel insurance, what company we recommend and a link to get an instant quote.

Alternative accommodation

If you’re looking for alternative accommodation to either save some money or share with friends or family, click here for information on Air B&B ($50 discount on your first booking), hotel price comparison websites etc.

“There is no moment of delight in any pilgrimage like the beginning of it.” – Charles Dudley Warner







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