Dynamix in Jordan

With a rich background in education, sports, adventure travel & events management makes our “Dynamix in Jordan” team a professional in the fields of experiential learning, team development, expeditions & adventure.

Fourteen days Adventure Tour in jordan

Day one:

Our adventure tour in Jordan begins by Arriving to Amman (The capital): short tour down town subject to arrival time.

Overnight in Amman hotel. HB (HB=half board).

Day two:

Heading north to Ajloun nature reserve to walk the prophet’s trail. The trail leads through fig and pear orchards, amongst forests of oak and oriental strawberry trees. The stonewalls that crisscross the valley guard the farmers' crops inside from both the winter rains and wild boar. Relax in the shade with a glass of tea before climbing to the hilltop ruins, which provide sweeping views of the surrounding area. The hike also includes a locally prepared picnic lunch near the ruins”. This hike will be for about 3 Km – Moderate – 2 Hours, After a quick lunch we will be heading to Visit Ajloun Castle: ‘This huge fortress was built by Izz al-Din Usama, a commander and nephew of Salah ad-Din al-Ayyubi (Saladin), in AD 1184-1185. The fortress is considered one of the very few built to protect the country against Bisan in the west.

Overnight in Nature reserve Bungalows or in Amman hotel HB. (depends on season)

Day Three:

Climbing day in Rasoun or Fuhais rated easy to moderate: Two breathtaking sites for climbing, routes are suitable for teaching climbing basics, easy for beginners up to difficult.

Overnight in Amman hotel HB.

Day Four:

Heading to Azraq wetland: Azraq Wetland Reserve to conserve the uniquely precious oasis located in the heart of Jordan’s eastern desert, between a limestone desert in the west and a basalt desert in the east. It is distinguished by lush marshland and natural water collections that form glittering pools and streams, giving Azraq its name, which is the Arabic word for ‘blue’.

Heading to visit the desert castles: Scattered throughout the black basalt desert, east of Amman, the Desert Castles stand as a testament to the flourishing beginnings of Islamic-Arab civilization. These seemingly isolated pavilions, caravan stations, secluded baths, and hunting lodges, were at one time integrated agricultural or trading complexes, built mostly under the Umayyads (661-750 AD), when Muslim Arabs had succeeded in transforming the fringes of the desert into well-watered settlements.

Overnight in an Amman hotel HB.

Day Five:

Canyoning in Zara Canyon Thermal Springs full day: Wadi Zarqa Ma’in (Valley of the God) is supposed to be a camping place. Zarqa Ma’in – a magnificent gorge; but there are only tombs to be seen in it. Thence a steep and difficult path leads to the hot springs of Callirhoe. In this valley we will have easy walk, and the last 4km will be trekking to Ma’in Spa.

Overnight in a Dead Sea Hotel HB

Day Six:

Without a doubt the world’s most amazing place, the Jordan Rift Valley is a dramatic, beautiful landscape, which at the Dead Sea, is over 400m (1,312 ft.) below sea level. The lowest point on the face of the earth, this vast stretch of water receives a number of incoming rivers, including the River Jordan. Once the waters reach the Dead Sea they are land-locked and have nowhere to go, so they evaporate, leaving behind a dense, rich, cocktail of salts and minerals that supply industry, agriculture and medicine with some of its finest products.

The Dead Sea is flanked by mountains to the east and the rolling hills of Jerusalem to the west, giving it an almost other-worldly beauty.

Overnight in a Dead Sea hotel HB

Day Seven & Eight:

Canyoning & camping in Hasa Canyon: Wadi Hasa magnificent hanging gardens, narrow gorges and hot springs. Its upper reaches are carved into white limestone, creating a playground of giant boulders. A dramatic change of scenery is displayed along its lower course, where the wadi cuts a spectacular canyon in red sandstone. The drainage basin of Wadi Hasa extends over 3,200 sq. km, far bigger than most of the wadis in Moab or Edom and second only wadi Mujip. Its discharge is about 20 million cubic m per year and the temperature of its hottest spring is about 54 C. A rare tropical tree (Dalbergia sissoo), not known elsewhere in Jordan grows in its bed.

We will hiking this 20 Km canyon with full gear, magical place and considered Jordan’s water park, we will be camping in the middle of it.

Day Seven will be camping in the canyon

Day Nine:

Full day Aqaba for some water activities in the red sea.

Overnight in Wadi Rum camps HB.

Day Ten:

Driving to Wadi Rum: Wadi Rum is a protected area covering 720 square kilometers of dramatic desert wilderness in the south of Jordan. Huge mountains of sandstone and granite emerge, sheer-sided, from wide sandy valleys to reach heights of 1700 meters and more. Narrow canyons and fissures cut deep into the mountains and many conceal ancient rock drawings etched by the peoples of the desert over millennia. Bedouin tribes still live among the mountains of Rum and their large goat-hair tents are a special feature of the landscape.

Hiking in Raqaba Canyon followed by a 4x4 jeep tour.

Overnight in Petra Hotel HB

Day Eleven:

Driving to little Petra (Beda) Full day: our hike starts from little Petra going through the rough terrain with magestic views to enter Petra (the main city) through a back door from Al Deer and finishing at the main gate.  “Petra, the world wonder, is without a doubt Jordan’s most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction. It is a vast, unique city, carved into the sheer rock face by the Nabataeans, an industrious Arab people who settled here more than 2000 years ago, turning it into an important junction for the silk, spice and other trade routes that linked China, India and southern Arabia with Egypt, Syria, Greece and Rome.

Overnight in Petra Hotel HB

Day Twelve:

Exploring Dana

Dana Biosphere Reserve is the largest nature reserve in Jordan, covering over 300 square kilometers and all four different bio-geographical zones of the Kingdom. In the east, elevations reach 1500 meters before descending through canyons and gorges to the low elevations of Wadi Araba. Dana is one of the most biologically and historically rich areas in Jordan. The area is one of the oldest continuously inhabited areas in the world and boasts Neolithic villages, ancient copper mines, Roman aqueducts and Byzantine churches. The diverse landscapes, wildlife and cultures offer a micro-paradise for adventurers, history buffs,
archaeologists, hikers, and nature lovers.

Overnight in Dana Nature reserve camp. HB

Day Thirteen:

Heading to Karak & canyoning Ibn Hammad canyon: Without a doubt the world’s most amazing place, the Jordan Rift Valley is a dramatic, beautiful landscape, which at the Dead Sea, is over 400m (1,312 ft.) below sea level. The lowest point on the face of the earth, this vast stretch of water receives a number of incoming rivers, including the River Jordan. Once the waters reach the Dead Sea they are land-locked and have nowhere to go, so they evaporate, leaving behind a dense, rich, cocktail of salts andminerals that supply industry, agriculture and medicine with some of its finest products.

Overnight in Amman  hotel HB

Day Fourteen:

Departure.


Please note that this Adventure is rated physically moderate .

More activities can be added upon request such as caving, technical canyons, sport climbing multiple days hiking, Rappelling etc. Please fill out the Preliminary Booking Request to provide details of your request


Pricing

Included in the prices are:

  1. Accommodation (Half Board)
  2. All transfers airport to airport
  3. Packed food during hiking, fruits & drinking water.
  4. Airport assist.
  5. Guides.
  6. Photo and video coverage.
  7. All safety equipment when needed (ropes, helmets, harnesses, other gear).
  8. Entrance fees.

 

All our prices are in US Dollars. Prices are/participant

14 days / 13 nights

 

Please fill out the Preliminary Booking Request to provide details of your request

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