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INCENTIVE TRAVEL TO JORDAN?

Jordan Incentive Travel

Jordan has delighted visitors for centuries with its inspiring desert landscapes, magic sunsets, friendly and ancient towns and one of the 7 wonders of the world. Jordan is home to around 100,000 archaeological and tourist sites. Historical sites like Petra – the Lost city – and Jerash are well-preserved. Petra is an icon for Jordan; this city that was believed to be established in 312 BC, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. It is also believed that it was home to 20,000 to 30,000 people. Did you know that Petra comes from the Greek word for rock ‘petros’. Also interesting to know is that currently only 15% of Petra is discovered; 85% is still underground.
Besides this you can enjoy the great natural experience of floating on the dead sea. The high concentration of salt makes it impossible to swim and sink in these water. Or what about getting a taste of the nomad way of live by local encounters with the Bedouin communities
Jordan also offers some amazing desert experiences, for example Wadi Rum. A ‘wadi’ is a dry river bed. You will enjoy a varied desert landscape by jeep, consisting of a range of narrow gorges, towering cliffs, ramps, natural arches, massive landslides and caverns. Inscriptions and archaeological remains in the site testify to 12,000 years of human occupation and interaction with the natural environment. The site illustrates the evolution of pastoral, agricultural and urban activity in the region.

Possible activities

Petra

Wadi Rum

Dead Sea

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum by jeep

Bedouins

Petra Pink City

Bedouin

Possibilities in Jordan are endless; enjoy a unique dinner at Kan Zaman, a restaurant nestled on the hilltop of an old Jordanian village and enclosed within the stone walls of an ancient settlement. Or be part of a bedouin experience; making kohl for make-up; making Arabic coffee; baking earthy “Arbood” bread; weaving goat hair tents. All proceeds go to the local community. Of course a visit to Petra and Wadi Rum cannot be missed; our guides will make sure you will not miss a thing of these highlights! Combine this with some free time at the Dead Sea and experience floating in the salty waters. You can also try the Dead Sea mud mask!

Practical information

  • Best time to travel: the best time to visit Jordan is spring March-May for coller temperatures.
  • National language: Arabic
  • Time zone: -1 UTC
  • Currency: Jordanian Dinar

An example Incentive trip for inspiration, can be completely customised to your wishes

Program

Day 1: Arrival Amman
Day 2: Bedouin experience + Dana NP
Day 3: Petra + Wadi Rum + Dead Sea
Day 4: Dead Sea + Departure

Day 1 - Amman

Welcome Jordan!

In the waiting hall we will meet the guides for transfer to hotel in the Capital City Amman – Approximate 40 minutes drive.

Dinner at Kan Zaman, a restaurant nestled on the hilltop of an old Jordanian village and enclosed within the stone walls of an ancient settlement. The restaurant’s stable transformed into an elegant dining room with a wide selection of fine oriental food, salt baked fresh seafood, a signature center stage live and a selection of local inspired dishes. Their pastry chefs also prepare a selection of tempting desserts.

Day 1 - Amman

Welcome Jordan!

In the waiting hall we will meet the guides for transfer to hotel in the Capital City Amman – Approximate 40 minutes drive.

Dinner at Kan Zaman, a restaurant nestled on the hilltop of an old Jordanian village and enclosed within the stone walls of an ancient settlement. The restaurant’s stable transformed into an elegant dining room with a wide selection of fine oriental food, salt baked fresh seafood, a signature center stage live and a selection of local inspired dishes. Their pastry chefs also prepare a selection of tempting desserts.

Day 2 - Bedouin experience & Petra

This morning we’ll drive to the Dana Reserve where we’ll have a Bedouin experience;
Making kohl for make-up; making Arabic coffee; baking earthy “Arbood” bread; weaving goat hair tents. All proceeds go to the local community.

In the afternoon we will drive to Petra: the pink city and capital of the Nabataean Arabs, one of the most famous and riches archaeological sites in the world. Petra the world wonder is World Heritage, and is visited from all over the world. Petra is half-built, half-carved into the rock, and is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges.

In the evening we’ll enjoy a unique evening under privatized Bedouin tents, with a Jordanian live band in  “Little Petra”, while eating a delicious dinner.

Day 3 - Petra & Wadi Rum

After a wonderful morning visit to Petra we had to the desert!

In the afternoon we discover the secrets of Wadi Rum Desert through a 2H Bedouin Jeep tour. Weather and wind carved the imposing, towering skyscrapers also know as ‘valley of the moon’! You will see the Um Frouth Arch, the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the Lawrence Arabia House, sand dunes and Nabatean Inscriptions. With 25,000 petroglyphs and 20,000 inscriptions, Wadi Rum desert is a truly unique place on earth. This was one of the reasons for UNESCO to put the desert on the World Heritage List. This tour allows you to visit the main sites as well as reaching some of the far-away attractions of Wadi Rum and beyond you will visit scenic canyons, rock arches, sand dunes and Nabatean sites.
In the afternoon we drive to the Dead sea. Gala dinner Dead sea.

Day 3 - Petra & Wadi Rum

After a wonderful morning visit to Petra we had to the desert!

In the afternoon we discover the secrets of Wadi Rum Desert through a 2H Bedouin Jeep tour. Weather and wind carved the imposing, towering skyscrapers also know as ‘valley of the moon’! You will see the Um Frouth Arch, the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the Lawrence Arabia House, sand dunes and Nabatean Inscriptions. With 25,000 petroglyphs and 20,000 inscriptions, Wadi Rum desert is a truly unique place on earth. This was one of the reasons for UNESCO to put the desert on the World Heritage List. This tour allows you to visit the main sites as well as reaching some of the far-away attractions of Wadi Rum and beyond you will visit scenic canyons, rock arches, sand dunes and Nabatean sites. An experience to never forget!

In the afternoon we drive to the Dead sea. Gala dinner Dead sea.

Day 4 - Dead Sea & Departure

The Dead See is the lowest point on earth (400 m below sea  level) and has unusually warm and mineral-rich water that have attracted visitors since ancient times, including King Herod the Queen, Cleopatra.

Enjoy some free time at the Dead Sea and experience floating in the salty waters. You can also try the Dead Sea mud mask!

Today we will return to the airport for the flight back after a fantastic incentive trip!

HOTEL OPTIONS:

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