The last days of my Jordan Road Trip were spend at Amman, the capital of Jordan. I visited both the old town center as the new part Al Abdali.
The best way to experience Wadi Rum is by camping with the Bedouins and do a guided jeep tour. Mostly the Bedouins offer a jeep tour first followed
I did a full day jeep tour at the Wadi Rum desert. An incredible experience and the images don’t do it any justice, but I did my best! Go see it in real life to understand what I mean!
Petra in Jordan is a place that is on many people’s bucket list. Not only is it one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, the caves, temples and tombs that are carved in the white and red sandstone speak wildly to the imagination. Petra still keeps a lot of secrets. Only 15 percent of the city is uncovered. This is the part you can visit today. Which means that 85 percent is still hidden underground.
My very first time camping had to be with the Bedouins at a Wadi Rum desert camp! Enjoy!
Amman was never really on my bucket list, but when I booked my trip to Jordan I knew I couldn’t skip its capital city. I spent one day in Amman and was actually pleasantly surprised about what this vivid city had to offer. It isn’t really known for its famous monuments, so I had no idea where to go. But after doing some research and spending some time in the city I discovered some cool places to visit.
The second day at Petra I did some serious rock climbing to get another awesome view on the Treasury. From there I climbed some more to the High Place of Sacrifice. Enjoy!
Petra is spectacular in so many ways. “The red-rose city”, completely overwhelmed me with its greatness and fascinating carved structures. I’m a big fan of epic views, so luckily I did some research first to find out where to find the best places to go. Otherwise I wouldn’t have seen the great places I visited! Below I listed some of the best views in Petra and how to reach them, because they are not always easy to find!