A magical opportunity to float in the Dead Sea at the lowest point on earth, 400 metres below sea level.
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In its sheer density of extraordinary historical and natural attractions, the tiny desert kingdom of Jordan stands alone. In just a week, and travelling even at a leisurely pace, visitors may wander colonnaded Roman streets, scale dramatic hilltop Crusader fortresses, traverse the desert dunes of Wadi Rum in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia, float in the bizarrely buoyant waters of the Dead Sea, snorkel amongst Red Sea coral reefs and, at Petra, the astonishing ‘rose red city’ of rock-cut temples and tombs, experience a truly unforgettable travel icon and man-made wonder of the world.
After enjoying breakfast, we journey to the historic desert castles of Qasr Kharaneh, Qasr Amra and Qasr Azraq, before travelling down to the Dead Sea, 400 metres below sea level, where the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah are thought to be buried beneath its waters. The Dead Sea is rich in salt and even non-swimmers can float freely in the water. Return to Amman for dinner and overnight.