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This is the Aqaba cruise dock. There are limited facilities available on the dock . Visit the Aqaba cruise port guide here for all the information.
This is the 5th tallest free standing flagpole in the world at a height of 130 meter. Find it right in town.
Arab Revolt Plaza, Aqaba
This is a 720 km2 area of dramatic desert wilderness. If you love geology or the absolute silence of the dessert this is a spot not to miss. It is just over an hour drive from Aqaba and at the visitors centre you can opt to continue by jeep, camel or foot. Wadi Rum – 70 km north of cruise port Aqaba
Wadi Rum Village, Jordan
Did you know you are actually looking at Israel in the back? This point of the Red Sea is a remarkable on. If you are standing on the outside deck you are actually not just looking at Jordan, but also at Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Ride to Petra The 2 hour ride to Petra is absolutely amazing. You are going to get acquainted with the fabulous landscapes Jordan has to offer. You will pass Wadi Rum and later drive by this amazing mountain range. Visitors centre Petra The visitors centre is the start of your journey through Petra. Here you get your tickets and map. From here you start your hike. Facilities at the visitors centre are: information desk, exhibition hall, ticket office, toilets and tour guide office. Petra: The Siq This was and still is the entrance to the city of Petra. Perhaps it is even the most impressive entrance in the world. There is one way in and one way out and back in the days this would ensure that nobody could come in unnoticed. We would highly recommend you to walk through the Siq with a guide to explain you about all the hidden secrets you can find in the Siq. It is just under a km long and at the very end you will catch your first sight of the Treasury. Petra: The Treasury This is the famous picture of Petra and one of the most recognisable structures in the world. […]