Jordan Highlights Tour by Wiktor Czerwinski (912) 2010-01-17 - 2010-01-24
Itinerary: Amman (Airport) - Aqaba - Wadi Rum - Petra - Dead Sea - Jerash - Amman - Amman (Aiport).
Sorry. This travelogue is under construction. The headline photo is temporary. I'm waiting for uploading of more pictures. (21 photos)
Middle East with a P&S camera by Jorge Muller (6658) 1994-03-01 - 1994-03-31
These photos were taken during my first backpacking solo trip, visiting Syria, Jordan, Egypt, and Pakistan in 1994. I took all these pictures with a Point & Shoot film camera. The story of the travelogue can be read as you check each photo. (6 photos)
La Jordanie en un mot...Petra ! by julien al (332) 2007-05-05 - 2007-05-13
J01 : Vol pour Amman.
J02 : Amman -> Jerash -> Ajlun -> Amman.
J03 : Mer Morte -> Mont Nebo -> Madaba -> Pétra par la route des Roi.
J04 : Randonnée dans Pétra par la rue centrale, jusqu'au Deir, puis descente jusqu'au "petit petra".
J05 : Randonnée dans Pétra par les chemins oubliés.
J06 : Pétra -> désert du wadi Rum.
J07 : Randonnée dans le wadi Rum.
J08 : Wadi Rum -> Aqaba -> Amman.
J09 : Vol retour depuis Amman. ... (full story) (8 photos)
9 DAYS TO DISCOVER JORDAN by Steven Le Vourc'h (9271) 2005-09-17 - 2005-09-25
DAY 1 – AMMAN-PETRA
We landed at 1:00 AM and slept in Amman before leaving the city at 10:00 AM for Petra where we arrived 2h30 later through the modern highway. We reached the Petra Palace hotel (great place) which was conveniently located at the entrance of the Petra site (300m).
We dedicated the afternoon for a preliminary walk in Petra. We met Aaron a very kind Bedouin which made us discover few monuments. He suggested organizing a camel ride which would bring us to the Aaron mount where we could discover different landscapes and the tomb of Aaron, Moise’s brother.
DAY 2 ... (full story) (20 photos)
Jordan by Adrianne de K (154) 2004-04-01 - 2004-04-18
In april 2004 I made a trip with a Belgian group. We saw all the highlights of beautiful Jordan but also got off the beaten track...and had some special encouters.
Jordan is a country with many faces. Traditional and modern. Wet and dry. Water and sand. Low and high. Nature and culture. Mountains and plains. Rich and poor. Idols on tv and bedouin music. Warm and arrogant.
These contrasts made it a very interesting country to visit. Never boring, always challenging. Jordan is nature and culture at its most beautiful. (8 photos)
Iran, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan by Linda Cetacea (401) 2002-12-12 - 2003-01-18
2 of my friends and I traveled through the Middle East for a month earlier this year. As tourists, we definitely stood out, but we felt completely safe. We were overwhelmed by the region's natural beauty, rich culture, and most of all, the hospitality of the people. (7 photos)