Holidays in Jordan
Looking for a place of relaxation and historical discovery? If so, a holiday to Jordan is the perfect choice. A land of many fronts, this holiday destination has a fascinating history where ancient civilizations originated. To find out more about ancient societies and the way in which they flourished in Jordan, try a holiday to Amman. With the walls and citadel still standing this city makes a captivating tourist attraction. The Mosque of King Abdullah is also a must-see.
Unwind on your Holidays to Jordan
Half an hour from the city of Amman visit the Dead Sea, a popular spot for sunbathing and swimming with both locals and tourists. With the unusual high salt level it is impossible not to float in the Dead Sea’s waters, so lie back and relax like never before with an unusual floatation experience. Nearby you can try a beachside massage or learn about the healing-powers and minerals within the sea salts.
For another awe-inspiring natural Jordan phenomena, visit the city of Petra. This destination demonstrates an incredible combination of natural wonders and man-made intervention. Over 2,000 years ago the Semitic people of North Arabia whittled their city into the mountainside to create an architectural marvel that is a joy to see first-hand. Find more information on things to do in Jordan.
Thrill seekers will not be disappointed by a holiday in Jordan either. Aqaba is the place to go for warm weather all year round and exciting water based activities such as snorkelling, diving and water skiing. The underwater sea life in the Red Sea is stunning with fish, exotic ocean plants and corals that will astound.
Holidays to Jordan for less
Enjoy the wonders of Jordan with easyJet Holidays, Low fare flights, affordable accommodation and the ability to book a holiday length of your choice, no matter how short or long, are just some of the benefits of using easyJet Holidays. You will also make further savings when you book your flights and accommodation together online.
Please note: the month of Ramadan is celebrated in Jordan from 20th July – 18th August 2012. Local Muslims will observe this religious holiday and its customs between sunrise and sunset, and this means that there are certain rules in place on the consumption of food and alcohol during these periods. This will cause minimum impact to your stay in Jordan however some services may be reduced in bars and restaurants.