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13-day Aqaba Mukawir Adventure Tour

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Experience the amazing 13-day Aqaba Mukawir Adventure Tour in Jordan. Immerse yourself on a thrilling adventure through ancient history, gorgeous scenery, and amazing encounters. Our carefully prepared itinerary takes you on a tour to the depths of the Red Sea at Aqaba, the beautiful remnants of King Herod’s stronghold at Mukawir, and many more enchanting destinations.
Explore the rich history of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and admire the beautiful rock-carved façade. Explore the picturesque Wadi Rum by 4×4 amid mesmerizing sand dunes. Unwind in the relaxing waters of the Dead Sea, which are famed for their medicinal properties. Throughout your visit, sample exquisite Jordanian food and learn about the warm, welcoming culture.
Our Aqaba Mukawir Adventure Tour is intended to accommodate both experienced travellers and first-time tourists, assuring a wonderful experience for everyone. With our skilled local guides, you’ll discover hidden gems and make unforgettable experiences. Book your 13-day journey now and let Jordan’s stunning beauty fascinate you.


Day 1: Amman – Jerash – Amman,

After visiting the Roman Theatre and Amman Citadel in the morning, travel north to Jerash (Gerasa), frequently referred to as Gilead and the land of the biblical Gerasenes.
It was previously part of the Roman Decapolis and is today the best-preserved Roman city, named the “Pompei of the East.”
Visit its theatres, temples, churches, and colonnaded streets before returning to your Amman hotel for the evening and night.


Day 2: Madaba – Nebo –Kerak (King’s Way) – Dana

Make your way to Madaba, where you may view the famous mosaic map of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Mount Nebo is your next stop, and like Moses, you will get a view of the Dead Sea and the Holy Land. If the sky is clear, you can see Jerusalem, Jericho, and Bethlehem.

The King’s Highway will be the route utilized from now on. The journey will take you into Jordan’s largest canyon, Wadi Mujib. In the afternoon, you’ll tour the massive fortress where Saladin and Richard Lionheart battled during the Crusades, followed by a quick lunch stop in Kerak before arriving in Dana for the night.

Day 3: Dana – Hiking Wadi Dana – Feynan Eco Lodge

In the morning, go to Dana town, which offers a spectacular view of the Dana Nature Reserve. Begin walking Wadi Dana (5 hours) from the guest house to Feynan Eco Lodge, where you will spend the night.

Day 4: Feynan – Wadi Ghweir – Wadi Namala – Petra

After breakfast, travel to Khirbet Feynan’s Roman Byzantine Churches to visit the historic copper mines (8500 BC – 4500 BC, Neolithic ages), then climb through Wadi Ghweir, Wadi Araba, Namala, and Little Petra to Wadi Musa for the night.

Day 5: Petra Monastery

Begin a guided tour of Petra at the main gate, then go through the Siq, a small and twisting fissure between the rocks, to the Treasury, the Nabatean Roman Theatre, the Roman Road (Cardo), the great temple, and the basin.
Next ascend the stairs to the Monastery to enjoy the magnificent view over Wadi Araba, followed by a trek to the Basin and back through the Siq to Wadi Musa to your accommodation.

Day 6: Snake Monument – Jabal Haroun

Early morning hike via Petra Siq to the Snake Monument, Jabal Haroun to Haroun’s tomb, and enjoy panoramic views of Petra and Wadi Araba before returning to Wadi Musa.

Day 7: Petra – Wadi Rum

You will traverse the famous Seven Pillars of Wisdom, as described by Lawrence of Arabia, and explore Wadi Rum by jeep on a full-day excursion to Lawrence Springs and the inscriptions carved centuries ago by the Thamudic and Nabatean people.
Khazali Canyon and Little Stone Bridge.
You may also climb one of the natural rock bridges and sand dunes before continuing to Umm Fruth Bridge, where you will see Lawrence of Arabia’s home, the Burdah rock bridge, and Barrah Canyon before returning to your desert tent for the night.

Day 8: Wadi Rum -Umm Ad Dami

In the morning, take a 4X4 to Umm Ad Dami, Wadi Rum’s highest peak (1830 m). You will ascend the mountain for three hours, a wonderful experience in which you may ponder the tranquilly on top of the sky-high, and then go to Aqaba on the Red Sea for the night.

Day 9: Aqaba Free Day

You will be free to spend the day anyway you like. We recommend diving, snorkelling, or just relaxing on one of the beautiful sandy beaches.
Alternatively, you might take a glass boat excursion to see the breathtaking coral reefs, followed by dinner and an overnight stay at an Aqaba hotel.

Day 10: Aqaba – Wadi Araba – Lot’s Cave – Wadi Mujib – Dead Sea

In the morning, go via Wadi Araba to Lot’s cave in the little town of Zoar (modern-day Safi), see Lot’s wife pillar, descend down Wadi Mujeb (lower portion), and spend the night in the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth.

Day 11: Dead Sea Free Day – Overnight Dead Sea

Free time for swimming, floats, and mud. Evening trip to Amman for the night.

Day 12: Dead Sea – Baptism site – Desert Castles – Amman

In the morning, you will visit the “Bethany beyond the Jordan” River, where John baptised Jesus Christ.
Then, you will drive to the eastern desert of Jordan, where you will see three well-preserved desert castles: Qasr Al-Harrana, Qusayr Amra, and Qasr Al-Azraq.
Qasr Al-Azraq was built in black basalt and has been in continuous use since Roman times. During the Arab Revolt, it served as the headquarters of Lawrence of Arabia.

Day 13: Hisban – Mukawir – Umm Ar-Rasas – Amman

You will begin your day by visiting Hisban, which is positioned on the edge of the highland plateau and overlooks the northern edge of the Dead Sea and the Lower Jordan Valley.

The Amorite King Sihon commanded the province of central Jordan from his capital at Heshbon (one of the Cities of the Plain), commonly associated with modern-day Hisban because to the similarity in names, then visit Mukawir, a castle located on a steep hill near the Dead Sea.After seeing Umm Ar-Rasas, return to Amman for the night.

Tour Highlights:

Amman, History, Roman Heritage, Karak Adventure, Spiritual Ascent. Desert Odyssey, Mountain Summit, Nature’s Beauty, Eco Lodge, Dead Sea,  Madaba, Karak, Petra, Petra’s Wonders, Wadi Rum, Petra visitor center, The Siq, The Treasury, Facades Streets, The Theater, The Royal Tombs, Petra Church, The City Centre, Roman Road, Petra Basin.

The program includes:

  • Pickupand drop off.
  • Transfers by air-conditioned vehicle.
  • English-speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to the sites.
  • Meals.
  • 13 – night accommodation 

The program does not include:

  • Personal travel Insurance expenses.
  • Tips / gratuities.
  • Government tax, Value Added Tax (VAT), or compulsory charges introduced after publication.
  • Optional excursions and activities (are subject to availability).
  • Any beverages with meals, unless mentioned and upon request.
  • Carriages and camel rides.
  • Extra costs due to unanticipated changes in the itinerary for reasons beyond our control.
  • Any other items not listed in the “includes”.

Tour options:

  • Optional activities are subject to availability.
  • Optional private or onsite local guides.
  • Guides in languages other than English are available upon request and subject to availability.
  • Optional special private vehicles are available upon request.

Changes overview:

The itinerary may change due to unanticipated circumstances, factors beyond our control, or at the guide’s discretion.

Important notes:

  • Staying Healthy
  • The time frame for this tour is approximate and subject to change according to the client’s preference.
  • The tour itinerary is subject to change due to factors beyond our control and event of unforeseen circumstances or at the guide’s discretion.
  • In the event of an increase in fuel prices, Via Jordan Travel & Tours reserves the right to raise the prices for its services without prior notice.
  • Optional excursions and activities are subject to availability.
  • Optional special private vehicles available upon request.
  • Copies of your passports are required in advance to issue port permits (if needed).
  • You need to take your passport or a good quality photocopy of it with you.
  • Reservations made less than 20 working days before the start of the service may be subject to change.
  • Your booking is confirmed only upon the provision of 50% prepayment.
  • Using sufficient amount of sun protection lotion is essential for avoiding sun burn.

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