JORDANIE DECOUVERTE #Family in Jordan

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JORDANIE DECOUVERTE            #Family in Jordan

Petra : the High Place of Sacrifice and Wadi Farasah

PETRA….The mythical name immediately make people dream of Indiana Jones, hidden cities, hectic battles, mysterious stories … Can you imagine the surprise of young Swiss explorer Burkhard, when he discovered the city in 1812 ? At the time, Bedouins wanted this place to be kept secret, so Burckhardt  was probably Read more…


How to avoid scams when visiting Jordan : our lexicon

Jordan is almost always a very hospitable country. Still, what are the most common scams to avoid when traveling to Jordan? Find our lexicon below.


Sand dunes, sun and calm: how to discover Wadi Araba in Jordan

A vast plain wedged between the rocky foothills of Jordan and Israel, the Wadi Araba connects the Dead Sea to Aqaba. Sand, dunes, wind, lots of sunshine: it is one of those places that many people cross without stopping… But maybe they are wrong, and maybe you should spend some Read more…


Movie selection : 17 films about Jordan or filmed in Jordan

With such wonderful landscapes and an exceptional historical heritage, Jordan is obivously a great place for movie makers: Wadi Rum, Petra, the eastern desert, Amman…


Want to visit Jordan? Think JORDAN PASS to save money !

When planning a trip to Jordan, it is paramount to book a “Jordan Pass” before entering Jordan. This Sesame includes visa fees to Jordan, and access to almost all touristic sites …


Wadi Numeira, a.k.a the “water Petra”. Wonderful, peaceful, colorful !

A new wadi to discover, with a really wonderful ambiance : you feel just as if you were walking in the great Siq of Petra. Plus there is a little stream so that the kids can play watergames on your way in the wadi! 🙂 .


Hiking memo : Petra by the secret back way…

This hike offers the major advantage of bypassing the tourist crowd of Petra to join the famous “Monastery” (ad-deir in arabic), and also to avoid the hard 800ish steps to climb up to ad-deir from the valley of Petra…even if you’ll still have to climb a little bit with this proposed route.


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