Jordan Packages For Small Group Travel

Discover Jordan Travel Packages For Small Communities

From the rose-red city of Petra to the glittering waters of the Dead Sea, Jordan, the country that captivated Indiana Jones himself beckons you to find its hidden treasures.

Come and discover Jordan's colorful interplay of its modern day culture with its ancient heritage. Visit the baptism site of Jesus Christ, snorkel through the Red Sea amidst a kaleidoscope of fish, explore Crusader castles and make like Lawrence of Arabia in the dramatic desert scenery of Wadi Rum. No matter which of Jordan's treasures call out to you, its colour, culture and history guarantees you a wealth of experience.

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If you’re vegetarian and planning a trip to Jordan, you’ve got nothing to get stressed out about. Jordan offers some of the most lip-smacking vegetarian food out there.

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Experience The Essence Of Jordan

Travel Tips

Packing light can save time, money, space and backaches.

  • Clothing (preferably light-colored & cotton)
  • Long sleeved t-shirts and tops
  • Pants, leggings, capris or long skirts
  • Scarves or stoles
  • Swimming attire (for the Dead Sea)
  • A lightweight jumper or sweater
  • Hiking boots or sneakers and a pair of flip-flops
  • If you take prescription medications (such as for hypertension, blood sugar and diabetes), please carry them without fail!
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Your Indiana Jones-style fedora
  • Plug adaptor: As electrical outlets are one of three types, we recommend taking a universal adapter and converter.

What’s the food like in Jordan? Seriously tasty. Whether you’re vegetarian or non-vegetarian, you’re sure to eat and drink well.

Mansaf : This Jordanian national dish is made of tender lamb cooked in a sauce of dried yogurt, topped with rice, almonds and spice.

Maqluba : An upside-down casserole made of layers of rice, vegetables and meat.

Hummus : Chickpeas blended to perfect smoothness with tahini paste, garlic, olive oil, lemon juice and topped with a little parsley.

Fattoush : A salad made from toasted or fried pieces of pita bread with mixed greens and other fresh vegetables, such as lettuce, radish and tomato.

Kanafeh : A cheese pastry soaked in sweet sugar-based syrup.

Arabic coffee :  Ground fire-roasted beans and cardamom served in espresso-sized servings.

Here’s what you should bring back for friends and family:

  • Decorated sand art bottles
  • Traditional Jordanian headscarves
  • Skin products from the Dead Sea
  • Arab pop culture t-shirts
  • Personalized silver jewellery
  • Hand-crafted mosaics

The language spoken in Jordan is Arabic. Here are a few easy Jordan phrases that you can learn:

Good Morning  Sabah El-khair

How are you?   Keef halak(m)/ Keef halek (f)

Thank you  Shukran

My name is...   Ismi …

Please  Min fadhlik

I don’t speak Arabic   Ana maba aaref ahkee arabee

How much is this?  Bekam hada?

Too much  Kteer

How do I get to ...?  Kiif awsal ...?

I'm a vegetarian.  Ana nabaati

Where's the toilet?  Ayna al-hammam?

Tipping is a token of appreciation for services rendered. If you’d like to tip your guides and driver in Jordan, please set aside USD 6 per day.