Come for Petra, stay for the people. Jordan is famously home to one of the world’s oldest cities, which was “lost” to the Western world for over a thousand years. But anyone who has been to Jordan knows that there’s so much more to it than Petra – this mythical land is made all the more magical by the pride and warmth of its people. Small in size but not in stature, many Jordanians even hail their country the birthplace of Arab civilization – and who are we to disagree? A Jordan honeymoon is one of exploration and relaxation. Discover ancient architecture and otherworldly landscapes, or relax in
one of the world’s best spa resorts by the Dead Sea. However you honeymoon, let us customise your perfect itinerary and make sure it’s truly one of a kind.
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Our Jordan experts will customise the perfect trip for you, but here are just a few of the many experiences you might enjoy on your Jordan honeymoon with Original Travel:
Relax and rejuvenate in the Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is actually a lake bordered by Jordan on the east and Israel on the west, so named because it is so salty that no marine life could survive. Its saltiness makes it the perfect place to relax; you’ll float effortlessly on its surface. This famous lake has also inspired the creation of many luxury spas nearby, where you can enjoy a full body scrub with salt from the Dead Sea as well as all the usual relaxing treatments you’d expect from a world-class spa.
Camp in the Wadi Rum desert
On your Jordan honeymoon, why not spend a night or two in the Wadi Rum desert – after all, what could be more romantic than sleeping out under the stars? This isn’t any old camping, either – options range from fully kitted out luxury glass domes where you can stargaze from the comfort of your king-size bed, to much simpler, more traditional options.
Explore the famous lost city of Petra
No Jordan honeymoon would be complete without seeing the ancient city of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Carved directly into vibrant red, white, pink, and sandstone cliff faces, the prehistoric Jordanian city was "lost" to the Western world for over a thousand years.