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Holidays in Jordan

The extraordinary historical and natural attractions to witness in the desert kingdom of beautiful Jordan will wow even the most seasoned travellers – in what other country can you enjoy colonnaded Roman streets, scale dramatic Crusader fortresses, or stand and enjoy the view from where Moses was believed to have surveyed the Promised Land.
History is juxtaposed with nature, as you experience the buoyancy of the Dead Sea and take a jeep safari deep into the desert of Wadi Rum, famed for being where much of David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia was filmed. Staying in the 'old' world, view what only a few have had the chance to see, the ancient city of Petra, which lay beneath the desert sands for centuries and was only rediscovered in 1812.
Book an escorted tour with Titan Travel and you’ll enjoy handpicked itineraries specifically designed for British travellers, with carefully selected excursions and an experienced Titan tour manager and local guide to ensure everything on your holiday runs smoothly. Jordan is an experience that will give you a refreshing insight into the times of old.




Tipping is customary for obtaining good service. For service in restaurants etc. 10-15% is usual.


Hello- Salam
Goodbye- Ma'a salama
Please- Min fádlak (to a man)/ Min fádlik (to a woman)
Thank you- Shúkran
Yes- Náam
No- La


GMT + 2 hours


220-240 Volts, 50 Hz. 2 round pins.


For the latest country specific information please check the website for National Travel Health Network and Centre

Passports and visas

Visas are arranged as a group and are free of charge if travelling with the group on all sectors of the trip. Clients with extended stays or holiday additions, therefore, have to
pay JD40 or US$58 per person, for a visa issued on arrival. A standard 10 year British passport is required for all holidays, which must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your planned date of return travel.

Flight time

From London to Amman is approx 5 hours.

Wadi Rum
The desert of Wadi Rum is famed for being the filming site for David Lean’s ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ masterpiece and you can enjoy a jeep safari deep into the desert still inhabited by the Bedouin tribes. Also known as The Valley of the Moon, it is the largest wadi in Jordan, and besides Lawrence of Arabia, it has also been used in various other films and productions including Antony Hoffman’s Red Planet.

The ‘Rose Red City’ or Ancient City of Petra, was only rediscovered in 1812, after being hidden beneath the sands for centuries. It is recognised by UNESCO as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. It’s spectacular temple, Treasury and Monastery have been hewn out of solid rock. Jordan itself, due to its strategic location in the middle of the ancient world was the heart of famous civilisations of old, including the Babylonian, Greek, Persian, Roman and Byzantine empires.