Jordan’s geographical position at the crossroads of the Middle East region has placed this small country in a strategically vital position for communications and trade throughout the region and indeed the world over the course of history.
This is a country that is brimming with fascinating culture and history; boasting some of the most significant ancient relics, archaeological sites and natural wonders in the world. From the rose red Nabataean city of Petra to the ancient city of Jerash, recognised as one of the best preserved Roman provincial towns in the world and only excavated over the last 70 years, there is ample opportunity to view historical settlements of great note.
In terms of natural wonders, Jordan also can be proud. From the waters of the Dead Sea, a wonder of nature, which in itself has attracted the great and good over centuries to bathe in the therapeutic waters to the dramatic scenery of Wadi Rum, a vast wilderness where time has stood still and the lunar landscape of monolithic rockscapes rising from the earth create a slightly surreal experience.
Of course, the country is also home to many sites of strong religious significance and this additional aspect makes Jordan one of the most fascinating countries of the Middle East region and a must visit.
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