The Destination:

Jordan has always been a captivating destination, rich in historical sights, natural wonders and changing images. It is located between Israel and Syria and is home to many points of interest including one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, Petra. It is also known to the world for its borders with the Dead Sea, the Wadi Rum desert and for Mount Nebo where Moses passed away.


December 29 January 04

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7 Days / 6 Nights


Minimum number: 10  Maximum number: 14


  • Economy Class Airline Tickets
  • Entry visa
  • Accommodation in 3*, 4* hotels, traditional Bedouin tents
  • Breakfast
  • 2 Dinners in Wadi Rum including refreshments
  • Buffet with snacks and refreshments on New Year’s Eve
  • Tours and sightseeing tours, based on the program
  • Greek leader
  • Local tour guide
  • Travel Insurance
  • Airport taxes, fuel surcharge, freight


  • Meals
  • Personal expenses (shopping, extra services, bed upgrades)
  • Entrances to areas not mentioned in the program
  • Gratuities


Participants should fill in and print the relevant Declaration Form before their departure.

For this trip, the minimum number of participants is 10 people.

In order to issue the visa, your passport must be valid for six months from the date of your entry into the country.

The schedule may not be followed in the order listed if the need arises for reasons of force majeure.

For your participation to be valid, you must have read, understood, and agreed to the Terms and Conditions, which will be sent to you with the expression of interest for the trip.

The Itinerary

Day 1:
Day 1:

Departure for the capital of Jordan, Amman. Arrival in Amman at noon. Check-in at our hotel, in the heart of the old town. Free time to explore the historic centre of Amman, and the country's largest market.

Overnight in Amman

Day 2:
Day 2:

First stop will be Mount Nebo. The view of the Jordan River Valley, the Dead Sea, and the city of Jericho is simply breathtaking. The next stop is the only Christian city in Jordan, Madaba. The final stop of the day will be the Dead Sea where you will swim and float on its unique waters.

Overnight at Dead Sea.

Day 3:
Day 3:

Head to Al Karak, a crusader castle and one of the biggest in the middle east.The next stop will be Aqaba and its city centre. Later on leaving Aqaba behind, head to the breathtaking Wadi Rum desert where you will spend the night at traditional Bedouin tents.

Overnight in the Wadi Rum desert.

Day 4:
Day 4:

Today our day is dedicated exclusively to the desert experience. The landscapes will leave you speechless, the carriage rides will not only enthral you, but also make you laugh your heart out. After dinner, for those who wish there will be an optional surpriseat the Bedouin village.

Day 5:
Day 5:

Head to one of the seven wonders of the modern world, the imposing Petra. Our visit to Petra will not have a time limit. If you want to explore it beyond the main route, you will have plenty of time. After completing our visit to Petra we will make our wayback to Amman.

Overnight in Amman

Day 6:
Day 6:

You start the day with a city tour of Amman Visit the citadel, the national museum, the Roman Theatre and Jerash. After completing our tour of Jerash, we will return to Amman. In the afternoon we will have free time for our last walks, last shopping, and why not, getting to know other neighbourhoods.

Overnight in Amman.

Day 7:
Day 7:

Early in the morning we will depart from Amman for the return flight to Athens. Our journey is complete. Jordan, although small, generously offers a variety of experiences, each stronger than the other.