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Jordan & beyond is a relatively young DMC company with passion to serve guests of Jordan, the experience of our staff extends for more than 10 years at least in travel and tourism business in the middle east area. We are professional inbound with a team with experience over 10 years in the tourism field.

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Address: P.O. Box: 2870 Amman 11941 Jordan Amman Jordan

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JABBOK RIVER

JABBOK RIVER

Jabbok means emptying. In Ge 32 Jacob took his two wives, and his two slave-girls, and his eleven children. And he passed over the ford Jabbok. There Jacob wrestled with God and with men, and prevailed. And God blessed Jacob there. And Jacob called the name of the place Penuel,…

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JERASH

JERASH

A visit to the spectacular Roman ruins of Jerash immediately transports the visitor two thousand years back in time. The city's many splendid monumental remains, still retain the atmosphere of the once thriving metropolis, famous in its own time for magnificent temples, amphitheaters, and plazas. From the buildings and the…

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JORDAN RIVER

JORDAN RIVER

One of the most famous rivers in the world, the Jordan River links Lake Tiberias, the Biblical Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea. Flowing over a rocky bed, its banks laced with reeds the river is the habitat for many birds and animals. Running down the full length of…

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KERAK CASTLE

KERAK CASTLE

Karak castle is first, and most impressively, visible on the approach from the east, its restored walls and glacis looming above the ravine below. Access is from behind the Castle Plaza complex, across a wooden footbridge spanning the moat. The castle has seven levels, some buried deep inside the hill,…

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KING ABDULLAH MOSQUE (BLUE MOSQUE)

Close to the Jordanian Parliament, capped by a beautiful blue, mosaic dome, is one of the most famous and most recognizable structures in Amman: the King Abdullah Mosque. It was built by the late King Hussein between 1982 and 1990 - as a memorial to his grandfather and can accommodate…

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KING’S WAY

King's Way: The King’s Way has always been a trade route and pelgrim’s way. It run from Heliopolis, Egypt, eastwards to the Sinai desert to Eilat and Aqaba. Nothwards through the Araba, Petra, Ma’an to Udruh, Sela and Shawbak. Passing through Kerak, the land of Moab to Madaba, Amman, Jerash,…

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Little Petra” (Siq Al-Barid)

Little Petra” (Siq al-Barid)

Petra’s northern suburb of Siq al-Barid, 9km north of Wadi Musa town, is often touted to tourists as “Little Petra” – which, with its short, high gorge and familiar carved facades, isn’t far wrong. However, although it sees its share of tour buses, the place retains an atmosphere and a…

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LOT’S CAVE AND MONASTERY

Lot’s Cave and monastery: Sodom and Gomorrah were two of the wickedest cities in the world. God therefore decided to destroy them both, but there was just one good family in the city, so God decided to save them. Lot and his family were told to flee the city, but…

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