QAIA Overnight in Amman Begin your trip with a tour of the Amman Citadel, where civilizations have resided going back thousands of years, including Roman, Byzantine and Islamic eras.Then walk the streets of downtown Amman, tasting the various street foods along the way, including fresh fruit cocktails, Shawarma, Falafel, Knafeh, other sweets and so much more.( If your flight is in the morning) And Begin your culinary journey through Jordan by learning the basics of traditional cuisine as you cook your way through the evening and then sit down to enjoy the meal at beit sitti or antika house . It is set in a traditional house in Amman where you will enjoy cooking Mezz, a main dish, and Jordan’s favorite dessert, like kunafeh ,then go to hotela
Overnight Amman Head north to Ajloun for a walk through ancient olive groves, past local villages. You will visit the soap house, where local women make olive oil soap by hand, incorporating traditional herbs and oils. Then visit the Biscuit House and try some home-baked molasses biscuits and olive oil. Have a traditional lunch at the rest-house along the trail where local women make dishes typical to the area, such as makmoura, which is made up of chicken or meat that is roasted in a pot and served on bread with plenty of olive oil. If it is the season, take part in the olive harvest by helping the locals pick olives.
In the morning, transfer to Aqaba city and enjoy Sayadieh for lunch which is a traditional fish dish with spiced rice and caramelized onions. then go to hotel Receiving the rooms and resting a little, or if someone wants to swim and enjoy the atmosphere of Aqaba.
Explore the beautiful corals of the Gulf of Aqaba with a morning snorkeling trip and a lunch cruise. In the late afternoon head to Wadi Rum, the magnificent desert. Wadi Rum recently became a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to several Jordanian Bedouin tribes. Watch the sunset as you sip on some traditional Bedouin sweet tea and spend the night at a campsite and enjoy a Bedouin Zarb for dinner
Spend the morning exploring the spectacular Wadi Rum desert by 4x4 jeep, then transfer to the World Heritage Site of Petra. Tour the ancient rosered city of Petra, which was built by the Nabataeans more than 2000 years ago. For lunch you will be honing your local cooking skills at the Petra Kitchen. On this night, enjoy a sneak preview of this world wonder by the light of 1000 candles (Petra by Night). Overnight in Petra.
After breakfast,back to Amman then enjoy the heart of Jordan’s national dish – Mansaf. Learn the skill of making Jameed (dried yoghurt), an important ingredient that finishes this popular dish and dig into some Mansaf for lunch.
If you Cancel your Holiday 46 days or more prior to departure date, Initial Booking Amount and additional amount of visa fee will be forfeited (in case visa has been applied). Between 31-45 days: 50% of total tour cost will be charged as penalty. Less than 30 days: 100% of total tour costwill be charged as penalt
46 days or more prior to departure date, Initial Booking Amount and additional amount of visa fee will be forfeited (in case visa has been applied). Between 31-45 days: 50% of total tour cost will be charged as penalty. Less than 30 days: 100% of total tour costwill be charged as penalty.