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WADI RUM

Is a Jordanian coastal city situated at the northeastern tip of the Red Sea, about 330 km from the capital Amman (4 hours by car, 45 minutes by plane). Aqaba is the largest city on the Gulf of Aqaba and Jordan's only coastal city. The city of Aqaba is the capital of Aqaba Governorate. 

Aqaba is one of the major tourist attractions in Jordan, and famous for its warm water and rich marine life. It is best known today as a seaside and diving resort and also as a home for Jordan's mega projects. 

They are known resorts on the sea as well as the sport of diving and is considered as the homeland of the giant projects in Jordan. 

It is a center of industrial and commercial activities important, given the strategic location of the city as the only port in the country. 

Aqaba and is famous for its luxury tourist resorts and high-service hotels and especially for those who Abjthon for water sports such as windsurfing and scuba diving, and fun Ahatye.oeugd Aqaba many local and international cafes and restaurants that offer meals, especially fish restaurants.

 There is finally a tourist landmarks of the city such as the private applicable to aquatic organisms and the museum and the castle popular Turkish bath built in the year 306, which acts performed Visitors to relax after a hot day.

Is also called the Valley of the Moon because for similarity of the topography of the valley with the topography of the moon, it is a scenic valley situated in the south of Jordan , at 70 kilometers north of the coastal town Aqaba . Wadi Rum is the most visited tourist site in Jordan , and the tourists comes from all the world to see this natural site which is made by nature, which is considered one of the most beautiful and amazing deserts in the world. Wadi Rum is a paradise for the nature lovers .. with the presence of high mountains with an altitude of over 1800 meters. and because the hotels are not allowed to build in this nature reserve , it abounds in tourist camps can provide meals and other services, where visitors can also spend the night and make a Bedouin evenings.

 The desert of Wadi Rum is an obsession for adventure lovers , riding it there , ride the camels, safari jeeps 4 x 4 , climbing , ballooning, and hiking. This is a stupendous, timeless place, virtually untouched by humanity and its destructive forces. Here, it is the weather and winds that have carved the imposing, towering skyscrapers, so elegantly described by T.E. Lawrence as “vast, echoing and God-like..."

A maze of monolithic rockscapes rise up from the desert floor to heights of 1,750m creating a natural challenge for serious mountaineers. Hikers can enjoy the tranquility of the boundless empty spaces and explore the canyons and water holes to discover 

4000-year-old rock drawings and the many other spectacular treasures this vast wilderness holds in store.Also known as ‘The Valley of the Moon’, this is the place where Prince Faisal Bin Hussein and T.E. Lawrence based their headquarters during the Arab Revolt against the Ottomans in World War I, their exploits intrinsically woven into the history of this amazing area.There are several options for exploring Wadi Rum. 

Visitors should head for the Visitors' Centre where, apart from visitors’ facilities, they can hire a 4x4 vehicle, together with driver/guide, and then drive for two or three hours into the Wadi system to explore some of the best known sites. Alternatively they can hire a camel and guide. The duration of the trip can be arranged beforehand through the Visitors' Centre, as can a stay under the stars in a Bedouin tent, where they can enjoy a traditional campfire meal accompanied by Arabic music.Once transport has been arranged, there are various excursions available - for example, a trip to Burdah Rock Bridge, the highest in Wadi Rum, via the Seven Pillars of Wisdom and many other interesting sights, is a full day by car or an overnight trip by camel.

There are many alternative routes and information on these is available from your tour operator or from the Visitors' Centre on-site. The Bedouin people that inhabit the area still maintain their semi-nomadic lifestyle. They are hospitable and offer a friendly welcome to visitors, often inviting them to sit and enjoy a coffee or even a meal.

PETRA

 Is the treasure of ancient world, hidden behind an almost impenetrable barrier of rugged mountains, boasting incomparable scenes that make it the most majestic and imposing ancient site still-standing nowadays.. It has been said "perhaps there is nothing in the world that resembles it", actually, for sure, there is nothing in the world that resembles it. The rock-carved rose-red city of Petra is full of mysterious charm, it was "designed to strike wonder into all who entered it". Petra is considered the most famous and gorgeous site in Jordan located about 262 km south of Amman and 133 km north of Aqaba. It is the legacy of the Nabataeans, an industrious Arab people who settled in southern Jordan more than 2000 years ago. Admired then for its refined culture, massive architecture and ingenious complex of dams and water channels, Petra is now a UNESCO world heritage site and one of The New 7 Wonders of the World that enchants visitors from all corners of the globe.The approach through a kilometer long, cool, and gloom chasm (or Siq) a long narrow gorge whose steeply rising sides all but obliterate the sun, provides a dramatic contrast with the magic to come. Suddenly the gorge opens into a natural square dominated by Petra's most famous monument, The Treasury (El-Khazneh), whose intricately carved facade glows in the dazzling sun

AQABA

Is a Jordanian coastal city situated at the northeastern tip of the Red Sea, about 330 km from the capital Amman (4 hours by car, 45 minutes by plane). Aqaba is the largest city on the Gulf of Aqaba and Jordan's only coastal city. The city of Aqaba is the capital of Aqaba Governorate. Aqaba is one of the major tourist attractions in Jordan, and famous for its warm water and rich marine life. It is best known today as a seaside and diving resort and also as a home for Jordan's mega projects. They are known resorts on the sea as well as the sport of diving and is considered as the homeland of the giant projects in Jordan. It is a center of industrial and commercial activities important, given the strategic location of the city as the only port in the country. Aqaba and is famous for its luxury tourist resorts and high-service hotels and especially for those who Abjthon for water sports such as windsurfing and scuba diving, and fun.  Aqaba many local and international cafes and restaurants that offer meals, especially fish restaurants. There is finally a tourist landmarks of the city such as the private applicable to aquatic organisms and the museum and the castle popular Turkish bath built in the year 306, which acts performed Visitors to relax after a hot day.

The Red Sea - Aqaba

 

 For relaxation, water sports, and winter warmth, Aqaba is warm, sunny and inviting, fringed with palm trees, lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Aqaba, cooled by a steady northerly breeze, and ringed by mountains that change in color with the change of the hours. Snorkeling, water skiing, wind surfing, para-sailing, fishing and a variety of other water sports, including unsurpassed scuba diving are just some of the popular activities to partake in. It is the secrets these waters hold that makes Aqaba unique, for further down the coast are a dazzling undersea world of some of the most spectacular coral reefs to be found anywhere in the world. Often over many hundreds of meters wide, the reef is made up of many delicately hued corals among which live a myriad of brilliantly colored fish.

For history enthusiast are sites reflecting human habitation for at least 5500 years, resulting from Aqaba's strategic location at the junction of land and sea routes from Asia, Africa and Europe.

Of special interest among the ancient and medieval archaeological sites are the early Islamic city called Ayla, the Aqaba Fort, built by the Mamluk Sultan Qansweh El-Ghuri at the beginning of the 16th century, which was originally a Crusader Castle, and a very fine museum at the historical residence of Sharif Hussein bin Ali, great grandfather of King Abdullah II, containing a collection of artifacts collected in the region, including fragments of lusterware from Samaria, Chinese ceramics, Umayyad Islamic archaeological finds, and pottery and coins. The Gulf of Aqaba is a world known diving area and a natural haven for scuba diving, snorkeling and scientific exploration. It offers eager divers a great chance to experience virgin coral reefs, rare marine life forms, and encounters with friendly sea animals like turtles and dolphins. The Gulf's average water temperature of 23 degrees Celsius allows water-activity oriented tourist to enjoy the sea year round. The Red Sea's unique marine ecosystem includes about 110 species of soft corals, 120 species of hard corals and countless varieties of brightly colored fish and other invertebrates, some of which are unique to the region, creating a colorful kaleidoscope. This, combined with the Gulf's depth and its isolation of sea currents, which minimize turbulence and improve visibility, make it one of the most rewarding scuba diving and snorkeling spots in the world.

Aqaba's climate makes it a refreshing location for year-round diving. The water temperature averages 22.5°C (72.5 F) in winter and 26°C (78.8 F) in summer. The prevailing northern winds from Wadi Araba keep the water surface shimmering clean, and the flows within the gulf ensure transparent waters. Aqaba's Royal Diving Center and several other qualified dive operates offer complete diving services including PADI and BSAC courses, equipment rental and fully supervised dives. For those who prefer to see marine life at arm's length, glass bottomed boats can be easily rented. The absence of stormy weather, along with the mild water currents contribute to clear waters, one of Aqaba's exceptional environmental conditions. Warm, clear waters provide a hospitable environment for the growth of corals, and favorable salinity levels provide an environment for myriad varieties of marine-life forms. Contrary to what many people think, corals are not plants but very delicate animals. Due to their slow rate of growth (about 1 cm/year), the corals that are seen today in the Gulf are centuries old.

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