Women's Escorted Tour
Beauty Tours has a special tour for women who want to see the very best
of Jordan: from the outset whether alone or in a group you will be
met and assisted at the airport, transferred directly to your hotel and
escorted the entire trip.
itinerary is a sample and can be tailored to your requirements for
example it is possible to visit a Bedouin family, and have a traditional
meal with them. And we look forward to showing you our beautiful
Meets and assist at Queen Alia Airport, assist with Visa formalities,
transfer to Amman, check in at your hotel, dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Amman - Ajloun - Jerash - Amman
After breakfast, transfer to Rabad Castle (Ajlun castle) you will visit
the Islamic military castle of Ajloun. The castle was used by the
Islamic armies of Saladin to protect the region against the crusaders.
And next destination will be Jerash You will visit Jerash, the Pompei of
the East. You will enter Jerash through the monumental South Gate and
find yourself wandering around in a Roman city. You will walk in the
Oval Plaza surrounded by colonnades, visit the Roman theatre and
Byzantine churches with mosaic-covered floors. Enjoy a stroll along
Jerash’ main road the Cardo and pass by the Nymphaeum. Jerash has been
covered by sand for centuries, the main reason why it is still so
well-preserved. You may experience the marvellous acoustics of the
theatre, the stage of the Jerash music festival which takes place every
year. And see for yourself how the Romans built the earthquake-proof
columns of the colonnaded streets. Evening back to Amman, enjoy the
night highlights of the capital of Jordan, dinner at your hotel or at
nice restaurant, overnight
Day 3: Amman - Madaba - Nebo - Kerak - Petra
After breakfast transfer to Madaba and visit the famous mosaic map of
Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Your next stop will be Mount Nebo, where
like Moses you will be able to overlook the Holy Land and the Dead Sea.
If the sky is clear Jerusalem, Jericho and Bethlehem will meet your eye.
The journey will continue along the King’s Highway. On the way you will
pass through Wadi Mujib, the grand canyon of Jordan. You will stop in
Karak for lunch (Optional). In the afternoon you will visit the huge
castle where Saladin and Richard Lionheart fought during the crusades.
While enjoying the beautiful landscapes the journey continues along the
King’s Highway to Petra, your final destination for today.
Day 4: Petra
In the morning a local guide will escort you into Petra and show you the
highlights of the Nabatean city. You will enter the city through the Siq
and be rewarded with the most astonishing and dramatic monument in
Jordan: the Treasury. You will also visit the theatre, the tombs and
façades and the colonnaded street. You will have lunch inside Petra and
climb the stairs to the Monastery and admire the splendid view over the
Wadi Araba. Evening back to your hotel, dinner and overnight.
Please Note: The local guide in Petra is not included and if you want
private tour guide we will add 50JOD.
Day 5: Petra - Wadi Rum
In the morning you will be transferred to Wadi Rum. You shall pass the
famous seven pillars of wisdom, described by Lawrence of Arabia and
explore Wadi Rum by jeep, escorted by a Bedouin guide. You shall see the
house where Lawrence of Arabia lived, and the inscriptions made by the
Thamudic and Nabatean people centuries ago. And you may even climb one
of the natural rock bridges. We will check in at deluxe campsite, (all
suppliers and equipment are available), dinner Bedouin BBQ, overnight at
the campsite in the middle of Wadi Rum.
Day 6: Wadi Rum - Aqaba ( water activities )
In the morning travel to Aqaba, Directly to your Hotel. Free day in
( Aqaba is a coastal town in the far south of Jordan . It is the capital
of Aqaba Governorate. Aqaba is strategically important to Jordan as it
is the country's only seaport. The town borders Eilat , Israel , and
there is a border post where it is possible to cross between the two
countries (see Wadi Araba Crossing). Both Aqaba and Eilat are at the
head of the Gulf of Aqaba . The town is best known today as a diving and
beach resort. However, industrial activity remains important to the
area, and the town is an exporter of phosphate and some shells. The town
is also an important administrative center within the far south of
Day 7: Aqaba - Dead Sea - Amman
In the morning travel via Wadi Araba, ( where you will enjoy the sand
dunes ) and the costal between Jordan an Israel, where peace signed in
1995, and will arrive Dead Sea the lowest point on earth, and will have
free time for swimming float, mud, late afternoon drive to Amman, check
in at your hotel, dinner and overnight.
Day 8: Free day in Amman ( For city tour and shopping )
day of tour is for shopping in Amman, however, if you prefer
instead of shopping you could for example, visit the Desert Castles and
wetlands at Al-Azraq; and you could shop in the late afternoon/evening.
Day 9: Departure
Breakfast and checkout of hotel, followed by transfer to the airport for
your departure. End of the tour.
The most commonly questions asked about traveling in Jordan are answered
below, however feel free to email us for any other information you may
arriving into immigration, you must firstly change money to
20 Jordan Dinars for visa, only cash is accepted.
to immigration once visa is in your passport.
Driver will be waiting after you have
collected baggage near the main gate, holding sign with your
*For groups of
5 or more, this is normally arranged with your travel agent,
and/or us if you book your group directly with Jordan Beauty
Tours. Visas are arranged for free, providing we are
given passport information in advance.
will met at immigration by the representative who will
provide the documentation for visa. You will proceed through
immigration, baggage claim and then be taken to your driver
for transfer to your hotel.
people are friendly, helpful and respectful of guests to
their country. Good security in the country, low crime rate.
In every city/town visited there are both metropolitan
Police as well as Tourist Police to assist should you need
Jordan Beauty Tours provides a bi lingual driver who will
stay with you the entire trip so you know you will be in a
safe pair of hands.
is much information written about wearing clothes to be
respectful of our culture, however, Jordanians are more open
minded about Western styles of clothing, therefore we
recommend the following:
time (November – February) warm jacket, cotton clothes, long
trousers, good comfortable walking shoes. Then evening
clothes as you desire.
(February – April) lightweight jacket, same as above,
(May – September) loose cotton clothing, modest shorts,
comfortable sandals, T-shirts.
(October) weather changeable, advisable to bring clothes you
For those who
like to shop the following is available:
(Duty free) clothing, alcohol, cigarettes, electrical items,
Skin products (creams, soaps, black mud, oils etc)
The Souk, local handicrafts and souvenirs, and gold.
Souvenirs and handicrafts run by Queen Nour's Women's
do in the evening
visit coffee shops, smoke the Argela (the pipe), night
water activities can be arranged; small boat hired for
Petra at night and have dinner in one of Little Petra caves
and listen to
4x4 jeep and hiking, sunsets and stargazing
provide female or male tour guide, or only male English speaking
restaurants add a service to the bill.
driver/guide call office so we check you have been happy
with their service, and advise you how much to tip.
We have delicious food and can
cater for both Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian. Please
advise any special dietary needs.
Final note, Jordan is a very safe country
for women to visit alone or in groups and you will encounter street
vendors who want to sell you their wares; and as a woman alone or in a
group, you will attract a little attention However, most Jordanian's are
delighted that you are visiting their country, and may invite you to
sit, talk and drink tea. Should you choose to refuse their kindness,
hospitality or sales pitch, they are respectful and will say, "You are
welcome" and let you move on.