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Number of Reviews: 186 Overall score: *****
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A Week in Jordan

A fantastic week

5
Jordan is beautiful, unique and very friendly. The many different cultural influences at incredible places like Jaresh and Petra creates a sense of understanding the interwoven history of the Middle East and the Mediterranean.
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A Week in Jordan

Just go!

5
A week in Jordan is an amazing insight into this wonderful country! Every place is different and is amazing in it's own right! Please don't hesitate to come to Jordan if you are contemplating it, it is extremely safe and I've never met friendlier people.
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A Week in Jordan

An amazing week in Jordan

5
It had been on my ‘bucket list’ for ages and it did not disappoint. It’s a small country but it packs a mighty punch! No pictures can do the sight of Petra justice – it was awesome in the true sense of the word. The scale of it took my breath away. Standing on Mt. Nebo where Moses looked across at the ‘promised land’ gave me goose bumps and I’m an atheist! You could see why TE Lawrence fell in love with Wadi Rum and it’s spectacular mountain range – there is something ‘spiritual’ and ‘powerful’ about being in the desert and looking up at the stars!!
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A Week in Jordan

Jordan in winter

4
Jordan is an amazing country with a huge archaeological offer, almost as interesting as Egypt. Petra, Jerash and Wadi Rum are well worth seeing. It is safe and open but may not be for ever so do go soon.
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A Week in Jordan

A fabulous week in Jordan

4
A real tour of the highlights of all this peaceful country has to offer. Petra, and especially our second day there, was a real highlight but there was nothing to detract from it. Admittedly, perhaps in Madaba we could have taken time to see more that just the (relatively very modern) basilica of St George, but to have seen some of the other mosaics that we passed on our way there. Learning to snorkel and visiting the Red Sea reefs was another highlight for me as was, surprisingly, our camel trek in Wadi Rum - the 4x4 tour the previous evening was limited by the failing light. Overall, highly recommended.
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A Week in Jordan

Fantastic week with a little of everything

4
A packed schedule with archaeology/history, food, culture, walking and snorkelling. Note that the walk on Petra second day is quite tough (with some ascent, scrambling and heights not for the vertigo-sufferer) - not to be attempted without walking boots.
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