A two-day hike in Petra, an after-hours tour of The Colosseum, and a 450-year-old naturally preserved mummy in Spiti Valley—some destinations tell stories as old as time itself.
Home to World Heritage Sites, dramatic deserts and towns that exude oodles of old-world charm, Jordan offers much to justify the curiosity of today’s discerning traveller.
Jordan's pulse is best felt in Amman, a city that rests on seven hills. From its vibrant Rainbow Street to juicy olives, here are six things to do in Amman.
Madaba is replete with many old-world charms, from the Biblical site of Mount Nebo and a Byzantine-era map of the holy land to mind-blowing mosaic masterpieces.
A look at Jordan's dramatic desert-scape, also a Hollywood hotspot, through the eyes of a Bedouin who takes tourists on rollercoaster-like safaris.
It’s shrinking faster than you’d imagine, and that’s precisely why you should head to one of the world’s saltiest water bodies. Floating in it is as thrilling as it's therapeutic.
Tombs and canals carved in red sandstone offer a peek into the life of the Nabateans, who built this ancient city that is now among the New Seven Wonders of the World.
Tourists apart, Aqaba is also most Jordanians' favourite weekend jaunt. They throng here to swim and scuba-dive, shop for less, gorge on seafood, and smoke shisha.
Finding salvation in a region riddled with conflict.