Jordan: land of history and desert
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Our trips to Jordan
This is Jordan: a leap into antiquity in the Roman ruins of Jerash and the Nabatean ruins of Petra, an adventure in the Wadi Rum desert, a float in the Dead Sea and a dive in the Red Sea, chickpea hummus and falef, smiles and great hospitality.
Jordan: a land of trade
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A country that extends in longitude, dividing the European continent from the Asian one, touching the main salidas to the sea: this is Jordan, from the ancient land of trade of traders who bring specialities, tejidos, artesanías to Europe from this country. As you explore Jordania, this mix of cultures will burn and lift you from the Roman ruins of Jerash to the Nabatean ruins of Petra. A mostly rocky and sandy land will welcome you, with the desert of Wadi Rum that has been converted into film platforms like Mars, Indiana Jones or Dune, but whose people are extremely comfortable. Its coasts are bathed by the Dead Sea and the Red Sea, the first - a lake to be told verdad - deprived of life, neither viruses nor bacteria bear its salinity, the second vibrant with colorful fish that inhabit the coral barrier.
The weather during the year
Jordania has a dry and arid climate during most of the year, generally from February to November, but the temperatures vary from one area to another; in winter, in exchange, the climate is harder and can produce storms. In the middle of Amman in black it is 5 degrees, while in July it is 30 degrees. In the Jordan Valley, in the Dead Sea and in the South, the temperatures are in the middle 10 degrees higher. Between the day and the night the thermal amplitude is important, including in summer. Continuation of data is for the Amman area.