Jordan Dana Reserve Tour


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Jordan Dana Reserve Tour

Dana Biosphere Reserve is Jordan's largest nature reserve, located in south-central Jordan. Dana Reserve has a variety of terrain from sandstone cliffs over 1700m high near Dana village to a low point of 50m below sea level in Wadi Araba. These mountains and Wadis are home to an abundance of flora and fauna including 700 plant species, 190 bird species and 37 mammal species. Wildlife ranges from eagles, falcons and owls to hyenas, foxes and ibex. 

Begin in Amman, take a tour to see ancient Roman ruins, the impressive 8th-century Umayyad Palace complex and various contemporary art galleries. Take an optional excursion to Jerash, one of the best-preserved Roman cities in the Middle East. Then visit Petra and Wadi Rum, dotted with red sand dunes, canyons and natural springs. Next, transfer to the beautiful Dana Biosphere Reserve, an area of great natural beauty and diverse ecosystems. 

And, also visit a private beach on Dead Sea and visit Anantara Spa.

What We Love
  • Visit Jerusalem where the entire Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Take an excursion to the Dead Sea and relax in the salt- and mineral-laden waters.
  • In Tel Aviv, enjoy world-class nightlife and food you can only dream about.
  • Explore Wadi Rum, ‘Valley of the Moon’, cut into the sandstone rock in southern Jordan.
  • Visit Petra, the world's most famous archaeological site in Jordan's southwestern desert.
What to Know
  • This is a relaxed tour and designed for maximum outdoor experience.
  • Exclusive tour; guided privately by a multilingual guide throughout the trip.
  • Travel any day – shorten or lengthen the tour to suite your wishes.
  • We carefully select the world's best boutique tour companies in each destination.
  • We offer 24/7 support to give you complete peace of mind during your holiday.

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Jordan Dana Reserve

Amman, Wadi Rum, Petra, Dana Biosphere Reserve, Dead Sea
(8 Days – Travel Any Day)

Day 1 – Arrive
Amman Arrival private transfer to hotel for 2 nights. Introductory city tour.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice.

Day 2 – Jerash Tour
Amman Begin in Amman, the modern capital of Jordan. During flexible introductory touring, see ancient Roman ruins, the impressive 8th-century Umayyad Palace complex, lively souks and shopping streets, or various contemporary art galleries. One day,enjoy optional excursions to Jerash, one of the best-preserved Roman cities in the Middle East, located amid the rolling, verdant hills and lush valleys of northern Jordan; Mount Nebo, with its Memorial Church of Moses containing exquisite ancient mosaics, and boasting gorgeous panoramic views of the Jordan River, Dead Sea and beyond; and Madaba, known for its famed Mosaic Map housed in a church.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice (B)

Day 3 – Wadi Rum Tour
Wadi Rum Continue into Jordan's southern desert to explore the spectacular natural environment of Wadi Rum. Perhaps most famously known as the setting of Lawrence of Arabia, this vast area is dotted with red sand dunes, canyons, natural springs, strangely shaped mountains and naturally formed rock bridges. Spend the night at a luxury Bedouin tented camp, where dinner is served under the stars. The next morning, rise early to view the magnificent scenery of Wadi Rum from a hot-air balloon.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice (B)

Day 4 – Petra Tour
Petra Transfer to Petra, one of the world's most impressive archaeological sites. The Nabataeans created this ancient city between the 3rd century BC and the 1st century AD, sculpting monuments and tombs into the surrounding mountainside—the most spectacular of which is the pink-hued Treasury. Learn about the history, beliefs, architecture and daily life of the Nabataeans during private touring of this fascinating ancient wonder. If desired, also enjoy a tour of Petra by night, when hundreds of candles create an otherworldly atmosphere.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice (B)

Day 5 – Dana Biosphere Reserve
Petra Next, transfer to the beautiful Dana Biosphere Reserve. An area of great natural beauty and diverse ecosystems, Dana is home to an abundance of flora and fauna. Over 700 plant species have been recorded in the reserve, and wildlife ranges from eagles, falcons and owls to hyenas, foxes, wolves, porcupines, and ibex.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice (B)

Day 6 – Dead Sea Resort
Dead Sea Stay at a luxury ecolodge committed to environmental sustainability and community empowerment, where the friendly staff is more than happy to teach you about local Bedouin culture.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice (B)

Day 7 – Dead Sea Resort
Dead Sea Conclude at the Kempinski Hotel Ishtar, the most luxurious resort on the Dead Sea. You will have ample time to enjoy the resort's lavish facilities, including an Anantara Spa, several restaurants and pools, and private beach—where you may relax with a float in the salt- and mineral-laden water, famous for its buoyancy and therapeutic qualities.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice (B)

Day 8 – Depart
Amman Take a private transfer to the airport and connect with your onward flight.


Make this your holiday

  • Exclusive Tour: your own private multilingual guide throughout the trip  
  • Price Guarantee: costing 25-30% less than similar tours of the same flexibility and quality
  • Tailor Made: customised itinerary to create your dream holiday
  • Duration: shorten or lengthen the tour to suit your wishes
  • Dates: depart and return whenever you choose
  • Hotels: change hotel grade to suit your budget
  • Group Discounts: call 020 8350 6199

When to go March–May: The best time to visit Jordan is spring, when the worst of the rain is over; the temperatures are warm, wildflowers are out everywhere and the valleys running down the centre of the country are lush and gorgeously colourful. However, a desert wind, loaded with dust and grit, can blow in spring or early summer and last for a few days.

June–Sept: In summer, the heat increases from June to August. However, this is dry heat (unlike being humid) which is not so uncomfortable. But the hotels tend to decrease their rates accordingly. Travelling to the Dead Sea and Aqaba in summer can be hot but cool wind blows in high places. Starting September, the temperatures begin to ease down.

Oct-Nov: Autumn isn't always a particularly distinct season in Jordan, although it falls roughly from the end of September through to the end of November. Temperatures have cooled and the first rains fall in early or mid-October, making the parched countryside bloom again. If you catch it, this can be a lovely time to visit.

Dec–Feb: December is the start of the winter season in Jordan, with temperatures plummeting and rain and snow often falling throughout the country. This is the low season. During winter, Amman can be desperately chilly, with biting winds sweeping through the valleys, rain showers and even snowfall, although the sun is still never far away. Wadi Rum is more temperate, but Aqaba makes a fine retreat, with sunshine and warmth even in the depths of January.

Getting There Flying to Amman from London there are nonstop flights daily from Heathrow on Royal Jordanian and British Airways and thrice-weekly from Gatwick on easyJet. The flight time is five hours.

If you’re starting from elsewhere in the UK you could opt for a shuttle flight into Heathrow or Gatwick to pick up a connection, or explore options on Lufthansa via Frankfurt, Austrian  via Vienna or Air France  via Paris. Alternatively Turkish Airlines has some decent fares from Birmingham, Manchester and Dublin to Amman via Istanbul.

Visa British Nationals need a visa to enter Jordan. You can get a single entry visa valid for 1 month on arrival at the airports or the Sheikh Hussein/North Border crossing at the Jordan/Israel border.

If you wish to combine travel to Jordan with a visit to Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, it’s usually better to get a multiple entry visa before you travel from the Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in London.

Passport validity: Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Jordan.