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7 Nights / 8 Days
Departure Dates


Aug 20

Tour Highlights

 Visit :



 Wadi rum

 Dead sea



Upon arrival and after you have cleared customs and immigration, our representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel. Overnight in Amman
Meals: Dinner


After breakfast, drive to Jerash, the “Pompeii of the East” which is perhaps, the best preserved of the provincial Roman towns. Around its colonnaded main street, see the Cardo, South Theatre, Temple of Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch, the Artemis Temple and the Nymphaeum. The city’s 14 churches date from Byzantine time and are filled with fine mosaics. Continue westward to Saladin’s 12th century Arab castle, Qalaat al Rabad (Ajloun), one of the finest examples of military architecture. Then drive to Amman hotel for overnight
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


After breakfast transfer to Petra en-route visiting Madaba, Mount Nebo and Kerak (Kings Highway). The trip south from the Dead Sea takes us to the 5,000-year-old King’s Highway, one of the most memorable journeys in the Holy Land, passing through a string of ancient sites. The first city you come upon is Madaba, “the City of Mosaics”. Madaba’s chief attraction, in the contemporary Greek Orthodox Church of St. Georg, is a wonderfully vivid, sixth-century Byzantine mosaic map showing Jerusalem and other holy sites. Ten minutes to the west is the most revered site in Jordan: Mount Nebo, the memorial of Moses, the presumed site of the prophet’s death and burial place. A small, square church was built on the spot by early Byzantine Christians and later expanded into a vast complex. Later proceed further south to Kerak. Kerak lies about 150 Km south of Amman. It is famous of its crusader fortress in the center of underground galleries, rooms and secret passageways and its thick defensive walls pierced by narrow arrow slits where crusader archers held out bravely but in vain for over 100 years. It was the crusaders who made Kerak famous. The fortress was built in 1142 by Payen Le Boutellier, the lord of Montreal. He made Kerak the new capital of the province because it was situated on the king’s highway, where it could control all traffic from north and south. After the tours, proceed to Petra for check in and overnight
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


After breakfast, enjoy a guided tour of the many sites of Petra. Petra was carved into the rose-red Sharah Mountains by the Nabateans and lost to Civilization until re-discovered by the Swiss Burkhardt. Around 11,000 BC Stone Age man was already exploiting the abundant natural resources of the Petra region, particularly wild goats and by 7000 BC some of the world’s earliest farmers were living in a walled village at Beidha, cultivating cereals and collecting nuts and fruits. But Petra really came to prominence in the 7C BC when the Edomites settled on Umm al-Biyara and other mountain strongholds and built a town at Tawilan above ’Ain Musa, in the hills to the north. Subject to Assyria, Babylonia, and then Persia, Edom in the 3C BC became the nucleus of an Arab state, the Nabateans kingdom and its capital at Petra. Originally from North Arabia, the Nabateans are first mentioned by the 1C BC historian Diodorus, who relates that in 312 BC Antigonus, the One-Eyed sent his general Athenaeus against ‘the land of the Arabs who are called Nabateans’, at that time a nomadic people who raised cattle and sheep and could survive for long periods in the desert, where they created a network of secret underground reservoirs. Athenaeus attacked a certain strong, though un-walled rock, perhaps the great massif of Umm al-Biyara at Petra, where the Nabateans had left their valuables, elders, women and children while celebrating a festival, killed some of the Arabs there and made off with vast quantities of frankincense, myrrh and silver. Some 150 years later the Nabateans had settled and Petra was the capital of an organized state, walk through the Siq, a narrow and winding fissure between the cliffs, to reach the Treasury, the Roman Theatre, the Courts, Qasr Bint Pharaoun, Temple of the Winged Lion and other monuments. Overnight in Petra.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


After breakfast, a ten-minute’ drive north of Petra is Siq Al-Barid, which is also referred to as ‘Little Petra’ due to similarities with the main site. It is thought to have been an important suburb of Petra and is entered through a narrow opening, similar to Siq but of a much smaller scale. The site includes tombs, temples, water channels and cisterns carved out of the rock as well as the remains of frescoes on plaster. This is one of the most important features of Beida and is where many religious activities were held, including the Feast of Drink, when the king of the Nabataeans hosted celebrations and provided drinks for his guests. There is also a cave with the remains of a fresco painted by the Nabataeans that represented grape vines, which confirmed the view that Beida was the area of wine production. In the Siq Al Barid the Nabataean irrigation system, which distributed water through long channels, reservoirs carved into the rock, and dams, is evidence of the greatness of this sysstem. Drive southwards this morning to Wadi Rum, a moonscape terrain of ancient river beds, wind-sculpted mountains, vast desert vistas and smooth, pastel-collared sands. You will meet long skirted legionnaires offering cardamom-spiced coffee at the “Beau Geste” outpost. Enjoy with 02 hours jeep tour at this oasis home to the film “Lawrence of Arabia.” A truly “out of this world” experience! Then drive to Wadi Rum Camp for dinner & overnight.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


After breakfast, transfer to Dead Sea hotel for overnight
Meals: Breakfast, Indian Lunch and Indian Dinner


Free Day at Dead Sea floating and relaxing. Enjoy the sunshine at the lowest point on earth, whilst trying out the invigorating mud bath to cleanse the skin. Watch the sunset over the hills of the Holy Land with Jerusalem in the distance.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner


After Breakfast, transfer to Queen Alia International Airport for departure
Meals: Breakfast
Tour Ends


  • 2 nights at Larsa Hotel – Amman
  • 2 nights at Petra Palace Hotel – Petra
  • 1 night at Mazayen Rum Camp – Wadi rum
  • 2 night at Ramada Resort Dead Sea – Dead sea

Price Includes

  • Return airfare on economy class
  • Jordan Visa Charges
  • Hotel Accommodation on as per mentioned above
  • Sightseeing and transportation as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • (5) Lunches in Local Restaurant.
  • Transportation by modern AC vehicles as mentioned above and as per exact itinerary.
  • Entrance fees as per your program
  • Professional Licensed English-Speaking Guide including his/her meals & accommodations.
  • Horse riding in Petra as part of Petra Entry Ticket during the first visit of Petra only. This is not insured services and upon guests own responsibility, guest can take it or skip it and walk. Please note that the horse boys do expect a tip if you do take the horse ride at around 5$ per way X 2 ways
  • 02 hours tour in Wadi Rum by the open Bedouin trucks (trucks are of different types, models and age, we do not have any control on what type of vehicle will be given to our clients as this is come according to the available vehicles waiting to serve on that day). Each 6 Pax will be accommodated in 1 vehicle (1 Pax in front seat + 5 Pax in the backyard of the jeep)
  • All applicable taxes including, at present 08% government tax and 10% service charges for rooms & 16% government tax and 10% service charge for food & beverage
  • Services of Dewan Worldwide Holidays Tour Manager or Local Representative.

Price Excludes

  • GST 5% as per Govt. of India on total final billing amount
  • Cost of extension / deviation of air ticket
  • Courier Charges if any to be paid for delivering the documents.
  • Any other expenses of personal nature
  • Portages at hotels, Airport and Sea Ports
  • Anything not mentioned in Cost includes box i.e. Travel Insurance
  • Driver Tips
  • Travel Insurance
Payment Terms
  • The following will be the payment terms for booking of Tour packages

    • Rs 25,000 nonrefundable booking amount
    • Balance  full and final payment 60 days before departure date 
Cancellation Policy

The cost of this package is subject to the below cancellation policy.

The booking amount of Rs 25,000 is nonrefundable under any circumstances. The following cancellation charges will be applicable over & above the non refundable booking deposit if any passengers cancel the tour because of any reason including rejection of visa because of any reason.

  • 60 days before departure NIL
  • 30 Days to 59 days before departure 50% of the tour cost
  • 29 days to 15 days before departure  80% of the tour cost
  • Less than 14 days and No show 100% of the tour cost

Since nonrefundable cost of package tour paid in advance to reserve the services for the group, clients are requested to read the above before confirming the tour.

Terms & Conditions
  • Hotel check in time will be 1500 hours and check out time 1100 hours. We don’t guarantee any early check in and early check in if available will be at the discretion of the hotel management.
  • Booking close 60 days before departure
  • No refund for unutilized service
  • All prices above are indicative and subject to change at the time of booking.
  • Package available to passengers eligible for BTQ only
  • Subject to GOI/RBI approval
  • Airport transfers will be provided only if passenger travel with the group. All other passenger arriving /departing separately will have to arrange their own airport transfers.
  • All Hotels, Restaurants, Flight, Itinerary subject to change without notice
  • The cost of Foreign exchange component will be collected in Indian Rupees as per forex card rate as on date of payment from the proceed of foreign Exchange purchased from an authorized dealer under BTQ
  • The Visa Charges once applied are non-refundable irrespective of visa granted or refused.
  • The information regarding documentation provided  is a general guideline. Granting visa is a prerogative of the Embassy in every case. Having submitted “All the documents” does not imply a “Right” for the visa to be granted. The Embassy reserves the right to refuse application with any explanation.
  • All groups’ departures will be subject to minimum 30 passengers. If the group numbers reduce to 30 passengers, we reserve the right to add a supplement.
  • Above cost is based on Rs.1,11,490 + US$ 4175   per adult on twin share and special discount of Rs 30000/- has already been deducted on total package price ( 01 USD =Rs 70)
  • Please check the weather condition of your destination at accuweather.com for the travel period and pack your clothes accordingly.
  • All Tours subject to sixtyplustravel.com Tour conditions