|Day Tour to Little Petra, Shoubak, and Dana Biosphere|
|Explore the wonders of Little Petra, Shoubak Castle, and the Dana Biosphere Reserve on an exhilarating day trip from Petra. Start your adventure at Little Petra, a tourist destination that is often missed. Explore the intricately carved architecture of the Nabatean city and the constrained rock formations that once provided resting places for traveling caravans.
After that, proceed to Shoubak Castle, an amazing fortification that the Crusaders constructed in the 12th century as a strategic defensive position against their adversaries. The castle is enclosed by high walls and turrets, sitting on a rocky hill and providing beautiful views of the surroundings. Its architecture blends elements of Crusader and Arab design.
The carved inscription “In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate” is one of Shoubak Castle’s most notable features. Only God is the conqueror. This inscription reflects the castle’s history as a place of battle and conquest, where it was challenged by Crusaders, Muslims, and other groups throughout its existence.
Our next stop is the spectacular Dana Biosphere Reserve, where you will be surrounded by breathtaking landscape and a diverse range of animals. The reserve is home to a wide range of flora and animals, including rare and endangered species such as the Nubian ibex, Syrian serin, and sand cat.
In addition to its natural beauty, Dana Biosphere Reserve is home to various ancient historical artifacts, including a Byzantine church and a Nabatean settlement.
Because it includes knowledgeable guides and luxurious vehicles, this day trip is the ideal way to discover Jordan’s beauty and history in a single day.
Don’t miss out on the chance to visit these gorgeous destinations and create lifetime memories.
Make your reservation as soon as possible!
|Little Petra, Beer Al Arayes, the Markets, Siq al Barid, Nabatean guest houses and temples, Shoubak castle Montreal, Dana Biosphere.|
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|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 winter, bring warm clothes, and caps.
In the summer, wear loose or cool clothing, caps, and suntan lotion.
|These sites are spread out across a large region at various heights and places, thus a comfortable walking footwear is required.|
|Minimum amount of walkiing is expected.|