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Itinerary Jordan

How to get there?

There are international flights to Amman (Queen Alia Airport) from many cities and often tickets are not very expensive. Even Ryanair offers flights from several European cities to Amman. We flew with Royal Jordanian. Mainly because of the good flight hours. It is always nice when you take a round trip that you don't have to recover from the flight for the first few days. 

Good to know

To travel to Jordan, you need an international passport. You also need a visa. You can buy this on arrival. An alternative to this is a Jordan Pass, this pass includes not only the visa but also gives you access to popular places such as Petra, Jerash and Wadi Rum. Money can easily be exchanged in the airport or in a bank (keep an eye on additional fees you have to pay for exchanging money!).  

10 days itinerary

On our 10-day trip, we rode a total of only 800 km. Jordan is a small country. The relatively small distance between all points worth visiting makes traveling through Jordan easy and not very tiring. Also the good roads and beautiful views along the way make traveling very pleasant. 

Our stops were:

- Amman

- Jerash

- Madaba

- Mount Nebo

- Dead Sea

- Petra

- Wadi Rum

Amman

Amman, an immense city, chaos too, but also with some beautiful and charming places. Here you can immerse yourself in the real Jordan. We did not stay here a very long time, simply because it is not my favorite city. Just a bit too chaotic and if your sense of orientation is not too good you can get lost for hours without having the slightest idea where you are!

Jerash

Madaba

Mount Nebo

Dead Sea

Petra

Wadi Rum

Hi! We are Bart, Kris, Lore and Ruben. We are a family of 5, yes, we also have a dog named Spike.

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