Discover Jordan’s varied and intoxicating natural landscapes by hiking a long section of the Jordan Trail. The new national route was mapped by climbing and hiking enthusiasts in Jordan to make the most of the country's astounding potential for adventure travel, following the Great Rift Valley as it makes its way from the northern border to the Red Sea in the south.
While the whole trail stretches 600km and can take up to 40 days to complete, this Jordan walking holiday offers a taste of the trail by following a specially selected section that covers some of the country's most scenic ecosystems and tourist attractions.
Hike from the valleys and rock-strewn landscapes of Dana Nature Reserve to Ancient Petra and the striking red desert of Wadi Rum. Descending from the high Monastery, discover the iconic Nabatean civilisation carved into the canyon at Petra before taking a jeep through the shifting sands of Wadi Rum and enjoying a little well-earned relaxation time in the Dead Sea.
This tour is perfect for keen walkers and lovers of the great outdoors. Accompanied by naturalist guides, you'll get up close with the local flora and fauna and learn of the ancient history as you journey through Jordan. Nights are spent in remote wild camp dome tents initially, before reaching comfortable hotels in Petra and at the Dead Sea.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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