Jordan It is located in the northwest of Saudi Arabia with a terrain that is mainly desert. Since independence from Great Britain in 1946, Jordan began to carry out different economic reforms to control the public deficit, promote tourism and increase investment to help offset its lower supply of natural resources. The capital is Amman.
Its currency is the Jordanian Dinar. Regarding the climate, Jordan is characterized above all by having an arid desert climate with a season of rains in the west from November to April. Amman is a city with a long history. It is known in the Bible as Rabbath-Ammon. It has many attractions, including the Roman amphitheater, the headquarters of the Museum of Cultural Folklore and the Museum of Popular Traditions, the Archaeological Museum, which houses some of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the ruins of the Citadel.
Aside from the ruins and history, King Abdullah Mosque and Husseini Grand Mosque are two perfect Muslim shrines where you can take more than one photo. Any trip to Jordan must include Petra, partly because of the beauty of the pink stone buildings, and partly because it was lost over a thousand years ago and was rediscovered in 1812. Another place is Aqaba, in the Red Sea.
This area has a good climate and impressive waters. It is an essential destination for divers. If you are brave, you can go to the desert of Wadi Rum, where Lawrence of Arabia hid. Jerash is another site of ruins about 30 kilometers north of Amman.
Top 10 Places to Visit in Jordan | Things to do in Jordan | Top Attractions Travel Guide (February 2024)