7 Days trip in Jordan

Budget: 550 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities Historical landmarks Outdoor adventures Shopping Wildlife exploration Food exploration Festivals/events Cultural experiences Spa and wellness retreats City sightseeing
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Jordan is a country with a rich history, stunning landscapes, and a vibrant culture. From the ancient city of Petra to the majestic desert landscapes, Jordan offers visitors a unique and memorable experience. With its warm and welcoming people, it is a destination that embraces both its past and future.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to JOD
JOD 0.710
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Day 1

  1. Citadel Hill

    120 minutes

    Explore the ancient Citadel Hill and enjoy the stunning views of the city from above.

  2. Rainbow Street

    120 minutes

    Stroll along the colorful Rainbow Street, shop for souvenirs, and taste delicious traditional food.

  3. Pasha Turkish Bath

    120 minutes

    Relax at the Pasha Turkish Bath, which is a 600-year-old bathhouse and a cultural landmark.

Day 2

  1. Petra

    360 minutes

    Visit the famous ancient city of Petra, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and marvel at its remarkable architecture and rock formations.

  2. Wadi Musa

    120 minutes

    Try traditional Jordanian cuisine at one of the local restaurants in Wadi Musa.

  3. Petra by Night

    120 minutes

    Attend the magical Petra by Night event, which involves candlelight and music performances at the Treasury site.

Day 3

  1. Dead Sea

    240 minutes

    Relax on the sandy beaches of the Dead Sea, which is the lowest point on Earth, swim in the salty waters, and enjoy spa treatments.

  2. Salt

    120 minutes

    Visit the charming town of Salt, which is known for its traditional architecture, handicrafts, and local cuisine.

  3. Jordan Valley Park

    120 minutes

    Visit the Jordan Valley Park, which is a natural reserve with hiking trails, picnic areas, and occasional festivals and markets.

Day 4

  1. Aqaba Marine Park

    360 minutes

    Visit the Aqaba Marine Park, which is a protected area with coral reefs, mangroves, and marine creatures, and go snorkeling or scuba diving.

  2. Aqaba Castle

    90 minutes

    Explore the Aqaba Castle, which is a medieval fortress built by the Islamic armies in the 7th century, and learn about the history of the region.

  3. Aqaba Souk

    120 minutes

    Shop for souvenirs, spices, and jewelry at the vibrant Aqaba Souk, and taste traditional snacks and drinks.

Day 5

  1. Dana Biosphere Reserve

    360 minutes

    Take a nature walk or a jeep tour at the Dana Biosphere Reserve, which is a stunning desert landscape with canyons, mountains, and diverse flora and fauna.

  2. Little Petra

    120 minutes

    Visit the Little Petra site, which is a miniature version of Petra with narrow rock passages, carved facades, and ancient granaries.

  3. Stargazing at Wadi Rum

    180 minutes

    Experience the breathtaking starry sky at Wadi Rum, which is a desert valley with sand dunes, rock bridges, and Bedouin camps.

Day 6

  1. Jordan Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the Jordan Museum, which is a modern building that showcases the history, culture, and art of Jordan from ancient times to the present.

  2. Jabal Amman

    120 minutes

    Explore the trendy neighborhood of Jabal Amman, which is full of cafes, galleries, boutiques, and restaurants with local and international flavors.

  3. Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts

    120 minutes

    Visit the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, which is a space for contemporary and traditional artists of Jordan and the Arab world.

Day 7

  1. Roman Theater

    90 minutes

    Visit the Roman Theater, which is a 2nd-century amphitheater with 6,000 seats, and a remarkable example of the architecture and culture of the Roman Empire.

  2. Al-Hussein Public Parks

    120 minutes

    Relax and picnic at the Al-Hussein Public Parks, which is a lush green space with fountains, playgrounds, and monuments in honor of the country's leaders.

  3. King Abdullah Mosque

    60 minutes

    Visit the King Abdullah Mosque, which is a magnificent structure with a blue dome, minarets, and intricate decoration, and a symbol of the Islamic architecture of Jordan.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD (per night)
50-100 USD (per night)
30-80 USD (per night)


10-30 USD (per ride)
Public bus
1-3 USD (per ride)
Private car with driver
70-150 USD (per day)


Street Food
2-5 USD (per meal)
Mid-range restaurant
10-20 USD (per meal)
Fine dining
40-70 USD (per meal)


Petra entrance fee
60 USD (for one day)
Wadi Rum Jeep Tour
50-150 USD (per person)
Dead Sea Spa
70-150 USD (per person)

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