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Spring Trails – 7 Days

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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.

Tour Highlights:

Amman attractions 

Um Qais hike

Jordan eco-park 

Pella hike

Dana Shag Al-Reesh hike

Petra back trail 

Wadi Rum 

Full-day jeep tour 


7 Days
21+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
  • Included
    All Museum Tickets
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    Typical Souvenir
Day 1: Arrival to Amman - Amman tour
The city has so many must-see attractions, and things to do, that you can easily spend a pleasant day or two. Downtown Amman is a must-see. At the bottom of the city’s many hills and overlooked by the magisterial Citadel, it features spectacular Roman ruins, an international-standard museum and the hubbub of mosques, souqs and coffeehouses that are central to Jordanian life.   Elsewhere, urban western Amman has leafy residential districts, cafes, bars, modern malls and art galleries; and in earthy eastern Amman, it’s easy to sense the more traditional and conservative pulse of the capital. Pass by the hotel to get rid of your luggage then head to east of Amman to see it's beauty Will provide you with a digital map with all the attractions, restaurants, and must see places. Enjoy your adventure.
Day 2: Umm Qais
Leave Amman heading north to Umm Qais, In the northwestern corner of Jordan, in the hills above the Jordan Valley, are the ruins of the Decapolis city of Gadara, now called Umm Qais. The site is striking because of its juxtaposition of Roman ruins with an abandoned Ottoman-era village, as well as its tremendous vantage point, with views of three countries (Jordan, Syria, and Israel and the Palestinian Territories), encompassing the Golan Heights, Mt Hermon and the Sea of Galilee.   According to the Bible, it was here that Jesus performed the miracle of the Gadarene swine: casting the demons out of two men into a herd of pigs.   Today Umm Qais is at the forefront of community-tourism development in Jordan, and it's worth staying a night or two to enjoy an increasing array of options, from hiking and biking to beekeeping, foraging and cooking classes. You'll hike around the area to see all the  places mentioned above then after having a local lunch with the guide family we will go to Jordan valley to stay in Jordan eco park, a leading model of environmental eco tourism The reserve has multiple options for adventure, zip line, cycling, giant swing and they have an eco lodge so you can stay there. Will stay there for the night. Elevation: 140m Length: 10km
Day 8: Day 3 Ziglab to Pella and local lunch
Stay in the surrounding area to do another hike between the mountains of Jordan valley Will walk from there towards the ruins of Pella where Alexander the Great was born. The city was one of the Decapolis cities in ancient Roman times Then will have the lunch in Abu Naeem's house, he is a local living Infront of Pella and he is the most friendly person ever, even without knowing how to speak english Then will go to Jordan eco park again to enjoy the place If we have still have time and energy they have the longest zip line in Jordan (500 m) And they offer cycling tours in the area. Elevation: 230m Length: 11km  
Day 4:
Leaving our cabinet in the eco park heading to Dana reserve, the largest nature reserve in Jordan Will hike the most famous trail in the area, Shag Al-Reesh, the trail is a very unique in the spring, the diverse flora, magical rock formations and the views are magnificent  We will hike around 12 to 14 kilometers depending on weather  Then will head to Petra, if we have time we can enter from it's front door to see the treasury  Or if we are lucky enough we can go to Petra by night. And will stay in a local camp in the area. Elevation: 180m Length: 13km
Day 5: Petra back trail
Early in the morning we will leave our hotel at Petra heading to Baidah village where little Petra is Starting from Little Petra we will hike the city towards the back door passing by all the attractions in the way from Adair to the Monastery The hike is around 12 kilometers classified as moderate hike with elevation of (+250 m) Then will head to Wadi Rum desert to stay there for the night and enjoy stargazing and bedouin nights.  Elevation: 540m Length: 14km
Day 6: Wadi Rum full day jeep tour
The desert is limitless, start it active by doing a long jeep tour to explore the desert and mountains and also a small hike You'll have local lunch made by your bedouin guide in the desert and go after to your location to help prepare you stay, you'll spend the night in the same camp in the desert and the sky above your head and enjoy your dinner with the trib. Elevation: 95m Length: 6km  
Day 7: Departure from Aqaba or Amman
Depending on your flight details you leave Wadi Rum before 8 hours of your flight time.

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Value for Money

During the tour, you will stay in unique eco-camps and hotels that are run by locals. In Amman, you are staying close to the center in downtown or Al-Webdeh, so according to your arrival time you can enjoy exploring a bit of Jordanian hospitality. In Jordan valley you will stay in a leading model of an eco-friendly park or in a traditional local stay so you can explore nature in Jordan. In Petra you will stay in a local camp that is run by the Bedouin community of that area. Or in a unique hotel in the area, we know a couple of good cozy friendly places in the area  In Wadi Rum you will stay in bedouin camp deep inside the desert, where the nights are dark enough to see the stars like never before, and enjoy your night having Bedouin tea around the fire with Bedouins and other travelers and share your stories about jordan.
Included excursions
  • 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 2 

Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Day 3

Breakfast lunch dinner

Day 4 

Breakfast, lunch box.

Day 5 

Breakfast, lunch box.

Day 6 

Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Day 7 

Health, Hygiene and Safety
  All 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 
What's included
  • 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
How to get there
  Arrival by airplane Please book your flight to arrive at Queen Alia International Airport (AMM). Jonavigators can arrange pick-up and transport in Jordan from anywhere if you are already in Jordan, or if you want to stay longer and travel around after.   Amman: Queen Alia International Airport  Aqaba: king Hussain international airport
Cancellation policy
  Early reservations are highly recommended A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price. The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled before 21 days of the trip The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.