Jordan 360°

8 days (7 nights)
Reserve your spot by paying a
deposit from £ 100
Nature and Adventure 80%
Monuments and History 90%
Relax 20%
City and Culture 50%
Party & Nightlife 10%

Jordan 360°: the perfect tour to discover the suggestive Wadi Rum desert, the ancient beauty of Petra, and much more. 

Visiting Jordan is one of the most fascinating things that everyone has to do once in their life.You are probably wondering "Why?". Well, that's easy: because this country keeps several passions! During our tour in Jordan, you can range from well-preserved archaeological masterpieces to trekkings, from natural wonders excursions to ancient historical sites, from camels trek in the desert to some time to relax. 
Do not forget to float in the Dead Sea and enjoy mineral-rich mud baths, it's one of the most peculiar attractions. It will be a tour like no other: this beautiful country leaves a memorable impression on everyone.

Travel mood

During this trip, there are many transfers and different accommodations. For these reasons, a backpack is mandatory - let’s say it’s better if you leave your big luggage at home!

Travel Difficulty

This trip includes some light hiking.Wadi Mujib trail is  optional.

Giordania 8 days
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Deposit £ 100 - Balance starting from £ 1,149

Departures from11/07
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Welcome to Jordan

Day 1 - details

Roundtrip flights are not included in the TO Services so that you can choose where from, when and with whom you want to fly. All of that is up to you!

Hotel check-in in Amman. Time to start this trip right: what a better way than with food? Tonight our welcome dinner awaits us: we'll be able to try out some specialities of the local cuisine.

Included: welcome dinner

Take a dip in the Dead Sea and discover Wadi Mujib Reserve

Day 2 - details
Dead Sea

We set off early so we could make the most of our day, which will see us literally floating on the sea ... our first stop is the Dead Sea, where the water is ten times saltier than the ocean and our body floats. Here we could also have the famous natural mud bath.

Mujib Nature Reserve

Let’s our first adventure begin! After relaxing, it’s time to hike the Wadi Mujib. It is a natural reserve that flows into the Dead Sea with its wonderful landscapes. We go up against the river current, climbing on the rocks (be prepared to get wet) until the grand finale....a dip into the impressive waterfall! It will be so exciting!

No worries, there are several routes with various difficulties, we could decide together which one is the best for us 😊, because, for the hardest one, it’s required a little athletic effort.

Included: a minivan with driver. Money Pot: local guide and admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages Note: Wadi Mujib hikes are closed from October to March. For the departures between these months, the Travel Coordinator will organize alternative excursions.

Kerak Castle on the journey to Petra

Day 3 - details
Kerak Castle

We leave early because today we walk several kilometers towards Petra! Kerak Castle is the second largest castle in the region and, after the Syrian one, is the most important crusader castle in the Middle East. It was considered virtually impregnable, the most strategic place of the country. Its European, Byzantine, and Arabic styles, make it unique in its kind.

Little Petra

Siq al- Barid is located a few miles from Petra, where we could find the rock-cut building, like the ones that we will see in Petra, but smaller. The atmosphere takes us back in time, thanks to the ancient divinity depictions carved in stone. Now it’s time to discover the handcrafted stalls with souvenirs and local product made by Bedouin😊

Petra here we come!

Included: a minivan with driver. Money Pot: local guide and admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages

The breathtaking city of Petra

Day 4 - details

This city will leave us breathless….at first we see Dijin House and Obelisk Tomb, the Siq, an impressive narrow gorge that takes us to the treasury. This ancient main entrance with its impressive rocky landscape, contains numerous testimonies to the religion and bas-relief depicting camel caravans and Kings half busts. The Treasury is a carved stone structure, built to house the Areta III tomb.

Let’s continue our visit entering the Street of Facades, here there are more than 40 tombs, carved into the rocks. After that, we reach the top of the Jebel Madbah and then down to temples, tombs, triclinium, palace and Byzantine Church, famous for its floor mosaics.

The ancient Theater hosts around 3000 audience and the orchestra section was carved from the rock!

In the old Roman part of the city,with entrance on the Roman road Via nova Traiana, we could admire the Great Temple, dedicated to the Nabatean divinities, Qasr al-Bint

ruins, the palace of Pharaoh's daughter and the medieval castle ruins.

Along the path that leads to the Monastery, we could see the biggest monument of the entire site: the Winged Lions Temple.

And now… it’s selfie time! The most popular place, with an amazing view on the hills and the Treasury of Petra.

Included: a minivan with driver. Money Pot: local guide and admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages

Discovering the Wadi Mujib desert on the Um Fruth Bridge

Day 5 - details
Wadi Rum Village

Let’s start with another adventure, Wadi Rum here we come! It’s an amazing desert surrounded by bright colour rocks and impressive mountains.

After leaving our car at Visitor Center, we are ready to set off to explore the desert of Lawrece of Arabia by Jeep. The desert is a legendary place for its Lawrence’s springs on the edge of the open sands in front of the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, ideally stopover for caravans.

Khazali Canyon is one of the most unique places of the Wadi Rum rocky desert. It’s a canyon, also known as Siq, where inner walls are covered with numerous of the Nabatean , inscriptions and carvings.

The extraordinary Um Fruth Bridge, a suspended rock bridge in the middle of the desert, is one of the most photographed spots in Jordan 😊.

And after such an intense day full of nature, let’s end with a typical bedouin dinner and be ready to spend the night under the starry sky.Get ready to have the most incredible experience sleeping in a bedoiun tent, enjoy the night in the middle of the desert in camp tents.

The only drawback? No shower for today! The camping has actually been organized with tents and mattresses for the night, everything you need for dinner and overnight.

Included: Minivan with the driver, Jeep excursion, Bedouin dinner, breakfast and nights in a campsite Money Pot: local transports and admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages when not specified

Relax or some sport time on the Red Sea

Day 6 - details

The last stop before heading back to Amman is a must because we deserve a little treat 😉.
Today we enjoy a rest day, with a long and wonderful expanse of golden sand, crystal clear waters which, for snorkelers, are worth trying!

But it’s not just that… we could practice water sports, like sailing, windsurf, kitesurf, jet-ski or the beloved banana boat!

Let’s enjoy the peace and the sea view of this incredible timeless place.

Included: Minivan with driver Money Pot: local transports, local guide and admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages when not specified

Amman city: between the old city and Jebel Amman

Day 7 - details
The old city

We leave early in the morning to reach Amman and finally to discover the secrets and hidden corners of this fascinating city!
Old Amman was built on 7 hills like Rome, with its several Roman ruins, columns of the Temple of Hercules and the Archeological National Museum.

From the panoramic lookout point, we admire the Roman theatre, the public square with its fountain and Odeon, the amphitheatre where musical performances are performed every night!

The other side of Amman

Jebel Amman is a modern district just a few minutes far from the centre….you'll be really surprised! Luxury and glitter, clubs and restaurants, that seems to be in Las Vegas! On our way we stop at the King Abdullah mosque, the only one that is possible to visit.
Shopping paradise
Shopping in Amman is a must, offering goods ranging from international designer clothes to hand made, locally produced items,like precious stones and metals.

Rainbow Street

It is Amman's famous and young stylish street! We could spend our last hours in Jordan hopping from cafes to souvenir shops or restaurants. Let’s have some fun!!

End of services. The itinerary may undergo some variations that differ from what stated above. These variations may not be predictable nor depend on WeRoad’s will, i.e. climate conditions, national holidays, strikes, etc.

Time to say goodbye

Day 8 - details
Check-out and farewell

Time to say goodbye: see you in your next WeRoad adventure! 😊.

End of services. The itinerary may undergo some variations that differ from what stated above. These variations may not be predictable nor depend on WeRoad’s will, i.e. climate conditions, national holidays, strikes, etc.
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travel coordinators

Our coordinators are selected becuase they are people like you, passionate travellers, able to share the tour as one of your travel mates but with the professional experience of a tour leader to let you live the travel experience at its best.

Tour price

What’s included

  • Accommodation in shared bedrooms
  • All breakfasts
  • Welcome dinner
  • Minivan with driver (from day 2 to day 7)
  • Wadi Rum Jeep Safari (day 5)
  • Wadi Rum Night Camp and bedouin dinner (day 5)
  • Farewell dinner
  • Travel Coordinator services


What’s not included

  • Roundtrip flight to/from destination;
  • Jordan Pass (includes tourist sites, visa fee and the visit of Petra);
  • Food and beverages when not specified;
  • All extras you'll be able to fit in your backpack
  • All not mentioned in "what's included"

Money Pot Includes

  • Local guide;
  • Coordinator's money pot share;
  • Tips for local suppliers, who will make our journey unique! Here tips are a large part of the salary;
  • All extra activities that each member of the group agree on doing and the coordinator's fee as well

The Money Pot is approximately 150 pounds and is collected on-site by the Coordinator. The amount of the Money Pot may change due to the numbers of activities and extras that the group decides to do. The spare money (if any) will be returned at the end of the trip.

  • Accommodation

    Small hotels, apartments and Bedouin campsite (Wadi Room).
    No-sharing Room Option is not available for all tours.

  • Transports

    Private minivan with driver.

  • Staff

    You'll travel with a WeRoad Coordinator, which is more or less the best travel buddy one can wish for.

  • Visas and Vaccinations

    Before booking, please make sure to check what documents, visas and vaccinations are required to enter the country. If you have any questions, please contact us.