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Iconic Sites of Jordan

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The peaceful kingdom of Jordan often makes bucket lists for Petra, an awe-inspiring collection of ancient tombs and temples carved into sandstone cliffs. But there are many more archaeological—and ecological—wonders for discerning travelers to enjoy. From north to south, this small country offers an outsize array of dramatic landscapes, therapeutic waters, and historic landmarks that testify to Jordan’s rich heritage. Start here.
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Wadi Musa, Jordan
Petra flourished more than 2,000 years ago, trading with Rome as an equal before being abandoned after a series of earthquakes in the 4th and 6th centuries C.E. It wasn’t until the 19th century, when European explorers...
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محمية ضانا, Dhana 66666, Jordan
Dana Biosphere Reserve is the largest nature reserve in Jordan. For hikers and trekkers, it’s one of Jordan’s top places to get out into the wilderness, but even the less adventurous will enjoy a stop here simply to enjoy the...
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Levant
If you don't have a huge amount of time, the quickest way to cover a decent stretch of territory in Wadi Rum is to take a jeep tour. Even with just one afternoon at your disposal, you can make it to the major highlights including Khazali Canyon,...
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The Dead Sea, which borders Israel and Jordan, is the lowest point on earth, sitting 1,410 feet below sea level, and continuing to drop as both countries divert water from the River Jordan. As one of the world’s most saline bodies of water...