Spring trails – 7 days
Jordan has a relatively short spring, from February to May, but when it’s spring in Jordan everything is green and fresh, especially in the north region, where it’s great for hiking on the mountains and enjoying the views over Jordan valley and the great landscape in the areas between.
The nature it self is another story of diverse flora ranges from middle Eastern desert plants growing side to side with Mediterranean plants
The diversity and inclusion takes your breath away
This collection of trails are the hikers and professional adventure guides choice based on their experience for the last 20 years
Most of the hikes are the moderate ones with the most enjoyable environment, culture and the most beautiful areas
Jordan has three major physiographic regions (from east to west): the desert, the uplands east of the Jordan River, and the Jordan Valley (the northwest portion of the great East African Rift System).
The desert’s northern part is composed of volcanic lava and basalt, and its southern part of outcrops of sandstone and granite. The landscape is much eroded, primarily by wind. The uplands east of the Jordan River, an escarpment overlooking the rift valley, have an average elevation of 2,000–3,000 feet (600–900 meters) and rise to about 5900 feet (1,854 meters) at Mount Um Addami, Jordan’s highest point, in the south. Outcrops of sandstone, chalk, limestone, and flint extend to the extreme south, where igneous rocks predominate.
The Jordan Valley drops to about 1,410 feet (430 meters) below sea level at the Dead Sea, the lowest natural point on Earth’s surface.
We will enjoy the country’s beauty, and engage with people and culture and discover the geology.
Starting from the capital with its malls and souks and people, going to the most remote areas with their solitude and quietness.
From the capital’s most new and trendy choices to the oldest rock formations, heritage sites, and bedouin traditions.
Um Qais hike
Dana Shag Al-Reesh hike
Petra back trail
Full-day jeep tour
DeparturePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Departure TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
IncludedAll Museum TicketsMealsPersonal GuideTransportation/Car
Not IncludedAccommondationTypical Souvenir
Day 1: Arrival to Amman - Amman tour
Day 2: Umm Qais
Day 8: Day 3 Ziglab to Pella and local lunch
Day 5: Petra back trail
Day 6: Wadi Rum full day jeep tour
Day 7: Departure from Aqaba or Amman
- Umm Qais hike or cycling
- Ziglab to Pella hike
- Local lunch with a family in the north
- Dana hike
- Little Petra hike
- Wadi Rum full day jeep tour
Day 2Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 3Breakfast lunch dinner
Day 4Breakfast, lunch box.
Day 5Breakfast, lunch box.
Day 6Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Health, Hygiene and SafetyAll of jonavigators staff is already fully vaccinated and they get tested constantly. Cleaning Uses cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus. Linens, towels and laundry washed in line with local authority guidelines. Guest accommodation is disinfected between stays. The accommodation partners we work with follow the guidelines of local authorities. Equipment for activities is disinfected before and/or after use. Physical distancing Cashless payment available. Drivers, guides and staff maintain a distance from the clients at all times possible. Activities take place outside mostly. Safety features Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by the local government. Hand sanitizer available in guest rooms, vehicles and key areas. First aid kit available. A room is available to isolate suspected or infected COVID-19 patients. Protective masks are available for all staff. Outdoors safety and first aid ENSA Chamonix school certified guides along the trip with wilderness rescue and first aid certificates. All staff have first aid training. Clear details about activities difficulty, length and elevation. Clear instructions before activities. Written details about what to wear and what to bring to the trips. Guides are trained to read maps and navigation. Weather forecast reading before any activity to take place. Small groups policy to help the guides focus on the group.
Things to do (optional)
- Day 1
- Amman tour
- Day 2
- Cycling, zipline
- Day 4
- Petra by night
- Day 6
- Hot air balloon
- Star gazing at astronomy Rum
- Airport meet and assist
- Airport pick up
- Private new vehicle with driver - AC - WiFi - Complimentary water
- Accommodation in all mentioned places
- Lunch with local people
- Entrance fees to Dana reserve
- Hiking guide in Umm Qais
- Hiking guide in Pella
- Local Guide in Dana
- Local Guide in Petra back trail
- Full day jeep tour in Wadi Rum
- Airport drop off
What's not included
- Any personal expenses or gifts
- Amman tour
- Petra by night