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Adventure in Jordan: Wonders and Traditions

The vast desert of Jordan is a fascinating landscape that offers an unforgettable experience for those who love adventure and nature. From towering sand dunes to breathtaking rock formations, the Jordanian desert is full of natural wonders that will leave you in awe. One of the best ways to explore the desert is by taking a 4x4 jeep tour.

These tours are usually led by experienced drivers who know the area well and can take you to some of the most beautiful and remote spots in the desert. As you drive deeper into the desert, you will see how the landscape changes from rocky terrain to endless sand dunes that stretch as far as the eye can see.

One of the must-see destinations on your desert excursion is the Wadi Rum Protected Area. This stunning valley is famous for its towering rock formations that rise up from the desert floor like natural skyscrapers. The valley has been inhabited by various Bedouin tribes for thousands of years, and their unique way of life can still be seen in the many camps and settlements scattered throughout the area.

No desert excursion in Jordan is complete without a visit to a Bedouin camp. These camps offer a unique opportunity to experience traditional Bedouin hospitality and learn about their way of life. You can enjoy a cup of sweet tea, smoke a shisha pipe, and listen to Bedouin music as you watch the stars twinkle above you in the clear desert sky.

Another great destination to explore is the ancient city of Petra, one of the world's most iconic archaeological sites. This city, which was carved into the red sandstone cliffs by the Nabataean people over 2,000 years ago, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Jordan's most visited tourist attractions.

The city's most famous building, the Treasury, is instantly recognizable and will leave you breathless as you approach it through the narrow canyon known as the Siq.

Be sure to try traditional Jordanian dishes like mansaf, a lamb and rice dish cooked in a yoghurt sauce, and falafel, crispy fried balls made from ground chickpeas.

Overall, a desert excursion in Jordan is an unforgettable experience that offers a unique blend of adventure, culture, and history. From the stunning landscapes of Wadi Rum to the ancient city of Petra, this trip will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. You can do a two day Jordan, but we recommend three days minimum attached with a short visit to Palestine for those who are short on time. Feel free to ask us for an itinerary here at Zaarvel.

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