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Day 01: Amman
Until the evening welcome meeting and optional group meal, there are no scheduled activities. There isn't a single place to stay in Amman since the city is so large. Instead, hotels can be found all across the city.
Day 2: Amman/Jerash/Dead Sea/
Amman is a great way to go about the city in your own leisure.
In the afternoon, we visit the Dead Sea for a relaxing dip in the salty water.
Travel to Jerash, one of the biggest and best-preserved Roman ruins outside of Italy, for a half-day journey. After that, you may visit the Dead Sea. Soak in the healing waters or slather yourself in the therapeutic clay to benefit from its high salinity. Visit Jesus' baptism location is also an option.
Day 03: Trip to Amman/Karak/Petra
Begin the day with a guided tour of Madaba's beautiful mosaics, followed by a stop at Mt. Nebo's panoramic views and a stop at Karak's crusader fortress. To spend the night at Wadi Musa, go further. The first destination is Mt. Nebo, so get there early. Explore the area's historic past while taking in the scenery. Continue on to Madaba, where you can view the famed Byzantine mosaics, which date back to the sixth century, in their entirety. Next, explore Karak Castle, a medieval fortress erected during the Crusades.
Day 04: Petra
Visit the world-famous Petra as early in the day as possible. After a tour with your CEO, you may go to the top of the Treasury or just wander around on your own. Visit a Turkish bath or Petra at night this evening. There is a lot of ground to cover, so plan on walking for the whole day. You should take it slow, remain hydrated, and make sure you're wearing the right shoes for the activity.
Day 05: Petra and Wadi Rum
Spend the morning in Little Petra instead of Wadi Rum. Explore the desert in a 4x4 vehicle throughout the day, then have a Bedouin meal and stay at a desert tent. Go for a drive across the wide, quiet panorama of old riverbeds that is Wadi Rum, Jordan's most impressive desert scenery. Go on a 4x4 adventure across the desert, seeing notable sights as you go
Day 06: Wadi Rum and Aqaba
On this trip, you'll get to discover the red sea and relax on the beach.
Aqaba, a popular Red Sea vacation destination, may be reached by car. Relax on the beach, take a refreshing dip in the ocean, or take a stroll around the city. Seafood should be part of your meal at the restaurant tonight.
Day 7: Aqaba / Amman, Jordan
Return to the city of Amman. Stop for lunch at a community café funded by G Adventures. Members of the local community in the South Ghour area (south of the Dead Sea) will benefit from the services provided by Safi Kitchen, which is a nonprofit organization. In order to spread the word about the value of the region's natural and cultural treasures, the firm has set out on a mission. In order to further their environmental and social goals, they rely on their tourist program.
Before departing for Amman, have one more night to yourself in the capital of Jordan.
Day 08: Amman