In Jordan, history runs deep and strong. The country was the stage for thousands of years of humanity’s story – now, it’s perfect for tourists.
Most scholars agree that it was at this spot on the Jordan River where Jesus was baptised. Now you can see it for yourself.
Um er-Rasis is one of Jordan’s World Heritage Sites but few tourists see it. When you visit, you’ll discover the amazing story of the Stylite Tower!
These ancient desert castles in Jordan are from one of the greatest empires you’ve never heard of.
Could the beaches and diving sites near Aqaba in Jordan become a new winter escape for European travellers?
This stunning desert landscape in Jordan is a World Heritage Site and the setting for 12,000 years of human development!
Jerash is one of the best-preserved Roman cities in the world. So why is it not better known and why is it not a World Heritage Site?
I’ve wanted to visit Petra for a long time and, let me tell you, it exceeded all my expectations! Here’s why.