Skip to main content

Things To Do In Jordan

From Desert Adventure to Cultural Delights

Embark on a journey to Jordan,
a land that seamlessly blends ancient traditions with modern marvels.
From the breathtaking vastness of the desert
to the vibrant tapestry of its cultural heritage

Hot Air Balloon ride over Wadi Rum

Take a sunrise or sunset hot air balloon ride over the stunning red desert landscape of Wadi Rum. It’s a truly unforgettable experience that offers incredible views of the area.

Night time visit to Petra

Petra is amazing during the day, but it’s even more magical at night. Take a candlelit tour of the ancient city and see the Treasury, the Monastery, and other sites illuminated by thousands of candles.

Take a cooking class

Take a cooking class

Jordanian cuisine is delicious, and there are many cooking classes where you can learn how to make traditional dishes like mansaf, falafel, and kunafa. Food is commonly used by Jordanians to express their hospitality and generosity. Jordanians by nature are very hospitable people and, often, it is presented within minutes of a person's invitation to a local house. No matter how modest their means; it is with pride that Jordanians fill your belly with food and your spirit with Joy. A 'Jordanian invitation' means that you are expected to bring nothing and eat everything. This invitation is followed by the popular Arabic phrase “Sahtain wa 'Afiya.”

Ma'in Hot Springs

Visit the Ma'in Hot Springs

Relax and rejuvenate in the natural hot springs of Ma’in, which are known for their healing properties. There are several luxury resorts in the area that offer spa treatments and other wellness activities.


Scuba dive in Aqaba

Jordan has a small but vibrant diving scene in the Red Sea town of Aqaba. Explore colorful coral reefs and underwater wrecks with experienced diving instructors.
Due to its ideal water temperatures and shallow waters, The Red Sea is one of the world’s premier locations for diving. Aqaba has multiple dive sites that provide surreal experiences of submerged boats, a tank, and even a Hercules C103 airplane.

Ma'in Hot Springs

Visit the Ajloun Forest Reserve

Take a nature walk in the Ajloun Forest Reserve, which is home to a variety of wildlife, including rare birds, wolves, and hyenas. You can also explore the ruins of the Ajloun Castle, which was built by the Arabs in the 12th century.