Follow Indiana Jones' footsteps into the lost city of Petra
From US $990 8 days ex flights
Tailor made:This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
reviews for Family vacations in Jordan
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I am reborn! Simply the best vacation I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
All of it! We all had our personal highlights though. Hannah (11) loved swimming in the Dead Sea, Ciaran (15) loved climbing, the cycle ride and the history in Jerash, Little Petra and Petra, Luke (51) loved the camel journey, Jo (50) loved sitting round the fire with the Bedouins and trading gifts and tea with the Bedouin women in their tents.
Be flexible, open minded and be up for the challenge!
Yes, we came away feeling that the... (more)Jo Tunmer
At the risk of sounding over the top with enthusiasm I would answer "All of it" to this question. We went to Jordan and returned renewed, stimulated and educated and with a new understanding of the culture, history and politics of the Middle East. This was in in no small way due to the effort and enthusiasm of our guide, Usama Awad. Are all of this companies guides as brilliant as he was? (more)Fiona O
It was a very inspirational vacation...Staying at Dana guesthouse supported a very important nature biosphere. (more)sharyn hall
This trip delivered everything we wanted, adventure, relaxation, new experiences - without having to think too much after a busy year, thanks to our wonderful guide. (more)Tania Riddiford
Being up in a hot air balloon at sunrise over the river Nile floating over the Valley of the Kings. Quiet, magical and some wonderful views.
Take a little bit of time to read up on Egypt before - you will get more out of the trip.
Yes it benefitted local people. The people in the places that we visited desperately need more people to come and visit.
As good and as memorable as any place that we've been to.
This... (more)Kulbir Natt