Places To Visit in Jordan

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Here are the top 6 tourist places in Jordan

1. Amman

4.2 /5

1 out of 6
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Amman is Jordan's capital city and one of the most westernized cities in the Middle east. This historic city serves as one of Jordan's most popular tourist destinations, a beautiful mix of ancient ruins with a modern, cosmopolitan vibe. It is the perfect place to enjoy the Middle East...

Best Time: March to May, September to November

2. Petra

4.4 /5

2 out of 6
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Petra is an archaeological city in southern Jordan, located amidst rugged canyons and mountains. Constructed in pre-historic times, Petra's distinctiveness lies in being half built and half carved into red, white, pink and sandstone cliffs. The red colour of the stone has led to Petra being referred...

Best Time: March to May, September to November

3. Aqaba

4.0 /5

3 out of 6
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Aqaba is the only coastal city in Jordan located between Asia and Africa on the northeastern tip of the Red Sea. Aqaba is popular for its beaches, seafood cafes, stunning desert scenery and friendly locals. 

Best Time: April to June and September to November

4. Dead Sea

4.3 /5

4 out of 6
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The Dead Sea JORDAN is a salt lake located in the Jordan Rift Valley, around 400 meters below sea level. It is a mesmerizing tourist destination, with its unique salt-saturated waters, therapeutic muds, and abundant sunshine. The breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and mountains, as well a...

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5. Madaba

3.9 /5

5 out of 6
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Madaba, a city located in central Jordan, is known for its religious significance and its breathtaking ancient churches. It is renowned for its breathtaking mosaic map of the Holy Land, believed to be one of the oldest maps of the region. It is also known for its ancient ruins and its beautiful chur...

6. Wadi Rum

4.7 /5

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Situated in the south of Jordan, Wadi Rum is a stunning desert valley, boasting glorious landscapes and breathtaking views. Famed for its red sandstone mountains and other-worldly landscapes, Wadi Rum is a must-visit destination for any traveler.

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FAQs on Jordan

What is the currency of Jordan?

Notes are in denominations of JD 50, 20, 10, 5 and 1. Coins are in denominations of JD 1, 1/2 and 1/4; 10, 5, 2 and 1/2 piastres; and 1 and 1/2 qirsh. The dinar is also known as the Leerah in the local language. All foreign currencies can easily be exchanged in Jordan.

What is the history of Jordan?

Jordan has a very interesting history. Before the 20th century, Jordan was seen as part of the Syrian region. It is one of those places where the Stone-Age hunters gathered and settled for the first time. During the Iron Age, Jordan fought against Israel, Syria, Babylon and Persia before finally being occupied by the Greek. In 106 AD the Romans absorbed the Nabatean kingdom, building new roads across Jordan, beautifying cities and fortifying the desert frontier. After the Ottoman Turks were defeated during the Great Arab Revolt of 1916-17, Jordan won independence, first as a British colony in 1923 under Abdullah I and then in 1946 as an independent kingdom.

What is unique about culture of Jordan?

Islam is the majority religion in Jordan with over 92% Sunni Muslim, about 2% Shi'a and Druze Muslim population along with a Greek Orthodox Christian minority of 6% of the population. The official language is Arabic. Other languages spoken include English, French, ItalianÊGerman,Êand Spanish. The culture in Jordan does not impose Islam on the residents. The people are open-minded and tolerant of other religions. They are generally very helpful and act as great hosts and guides since Hospitality is a very important part of their culture.

How is Jordan divided into regions?

Jordan is divided into four regions: Northern Jordan, King's Highway, Eastern Desert and Southern Desert. As the names suggest, Northern Jordan marks the Northern region of the country and Eastern and Southern Desert regions mark the respective regions of the Wadi Rum. King's Highway is the region that extends from Madaba to Petra. It has been named so after an ancient trade route that followed the same path.
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