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Jordan: Plan Your Trip!

Wendy Perrin | January 3, 2017

Your Trip to Jordan Begins Here

Just 70 years old, Jordan is one of the world’s youngest countries but holds some of its most ancient relics of civilization, including the spectacular Nabatean ruins at Petra, as well as fantastic natural landscapes like the Dead Sea and the red desert of Wadi Rum, made famous in the west through Lawrence of Arabia. Jordan is also a small pocket of relative calm in a region thick with strife. Sure, it’s possible to land in Amman, rent a car, and drive yourself around the country—but without the right travel planner to guide you, you likely won’t get to share a tent with Bedouins, discover the secret to seeing Petra without the crowds, or discuss contemporary Jordanian life with the country’s most experienced guides. Wendy can point you to just the expert to make your dream trip to Jordan a reality.

Alone in Petra at sunrise

The ruins at Petra, Jordan.


 

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