Ten reasons you should visit Jordan

1. For a chance to step back in time to a different world… walking through pathways with history embedded in their foundations. What stories these places could tell…

2. For the chance to arrive before the crowds and enjoy peaceful moments with one of the seven wonders of the world…

3. For the stunningly beautiful sunsets…

4. For the rusty red sands in the desert of Wadi Rum…

5. For a chance to float on the Dead Sea, lay back and watch the clouds drift, and forget about your worries

6.  To sit and drink numerous cups of Bedouin tea with the locals…

7. To sit and sleep out in the desert and gaze up at the night sky full of stars…

8. To enjoy some of the beautiful food

9. For the chance to explore the amazing landscape

10. For camel rides in the desert

Check out my other posts about Jordan:

An itinerary for a week in Jordan

Tips on visiting the Dead Sea in a day from Amman

Female travellers- watch out for the Bedouins at Petra

A travel guide to Petra for independent travellers


For more information about Jordan-

Guardian article- Jordan is spectacular and safe
Vogue article – visit Jordan now
Jordan Tourism Board
Lonely planet – jordan is a moment to treasure

About The Author

Dubai Dreamer

Hi, I live and work in Dubai. I enjoy getting out and about and seeing what Dubai has to offer, travelling in my holidays and spare time – prepare for blog posts about this, and cooking vegetarian recipes. I am passionate about travel and animals.



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