In Wadi Rum, your clients begin their journey through the desert aboard Bedouin-driven 4×4 jeeps (or ride in on camel back!). The safari stops at points of interest, including many cited by Lawrence of Arabia in The Seven Pillars of Wisdom.
We deliver your clients to the shores of the Dead Sea just in time for a refreshing dip in the buoyant waters as the sun goes down over Jerusalem. As they emerge, a ’Bedouin beach party’ is ready to begin.
o visit Petra during daylight is awe-inspiring; to experience it at night by the light of 1,800 candles is truly out-of-this-world! Walk through the Siq to the Khazneh following a candle-lit path and enjoy the haunting music of the Bedouins at the Treasury.
Clients arrive in Jerash (or Umm Qais) to enjoy an authentic ’ancient Roman’ banquet served on cushions by staff dressed Roman-style, who rinse the guests hands and feet with cool scented water, to the tune of flutes and finger cymbals.
Nawafir tours with the Jordan Heritage Revival Company aim to create, engender and administer a self-sustaining historical revival sector in Jordan and to create greater economic activities for local communities and military retirees.
If clients are bored with modern spas, they must try the traditional Turkish hammam, recreated in the middle of old Amman. Once they have been steamed, soaped, scrubbed and polished, your clients will be wrapped in enormous towels,
Escaping the crowds at Petra, your clients arrive at night in Beidha, a nearby Nabatean site, also known as Little Petra. Following a guide through the pitch darkness, they enter a short, narrow passageway (siq) into the center of Beidha,