From the mysterious wonder of Petra, to the most incredibly modern shopping complexes, with car hire, Jordan is waiting to be enjoyed...
Once you have arranged your car hire in Jordan there are hundreds of fascinating historical and natural wonders to explore. To the south is the ancient city of Petra, which was carved out of sandstone. As one of the new seven wonders of the world it is one of the most popular attractions in the country, achieving UNESCO World Heritage status in 1985.
Wadi Rum is a desert valley featuring spectacular scenery. It is one of the most isolated and inhospitable parts of the country, yet the large numbers of Bedouin tents pay homage to the tenacity of the human spirit. Despite its remoteness it is easily reached when you hire a car and 4x4 tours can be arranged to explore the vastness of the desert and this traditional way of life.
The Dead Sea is another immensely popular tourist destination as its high saline content enables swimmers to float barely submerged in the water. The mud surrounding the shore line is well known for its therapeutic benefits and there are a large number of museums, archaeological sites and the spectacular Wadi Mujib Nature Reserve, which is a popular destination for the growing trend in adventure tourism.
Pre-booking car rental is the best way to secure a great deal. You can collect your vehicle at a range of handy locations across Jordan, from the airports to locations in downtown areas.
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On the whole, the roads around Jordan are of a good standard and the most popular tourist destinations are all well signposted. There are a huge number of natural wonders to explore, such as the Dana Nature Reserve and the Azraq Wetlands – a beautiful desert oasis.
Other sites to be explored while you are on vacation in Jordan include Mount Nebo, Karak, Madaba and Jerash. You will find there are archaeological wonders from practically the whole of human history, including plenty of Crusader castles, biblical sites, Roman cities and desert Citadels.
Jordan also offers some world-class attractions that many people will not even have heard of. A good example is Jerash. It is one of 10 cities founded in ancient times during a period of Roman and Greek cooperation. It is remarkably well preserved with superb ruins, such as Hadrian’s Arch, that would rival much of Rome itself.
There is so much to see in Jordan and it is one of the most welcoming countries in the whole of the region.