What if you had 10 days to get to know someone, is it enough? Well, that’s exactly at least how many days you need to experience Jordan.
Of course, we tasted local food and coffee, tried snorkeling in the Red Sea and floated in the Dead one. But the deepest emotions were accumulated on the more remote places of Jordan while establishing a genuine connection with the locals. After all, Jordanian culture is still full of vivid joy and kindness which we found as another wonder of the world.
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Exploring dusty desert dunes awe-inspiring canyons and rocks.
Canyon leading to the famous Treasury of Petra.
Wadi Rum desert. Spending at least one night in the sandy horizons accompanied by the valleys of silence is a must.
Camping in Wadi Rum.
Leaving a mark in a place which supposedly was home to the Lawrence of Arabia.
Friendly Petra cave dwellers sharing their tea on the top of the mountain.
Petra is still home to Bedouins, which were forced to move to the village outside of Petra by the government.
Hiking to Petra backward is a must.
Local Bedouin showing us places were lot’s of Roman and Nabatean archeological treasures simply lies on the ground.
The Ancient City of Jerash.
The ruined city of Jerash is Jordan’s largest and most interesting Roman site.