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Jordan's only port Aqaba lies on the northern tip of the Red Sea. The waters of the Red Sea are crystal clear and have an abundant marine life. The Red Sea is home to more than 140 species of coral and countless species of brightly coloured fish. And if you are lucky you may also expe...

Baptism Site

"Bethany beyond the Jordan, where John was baptizing", is mentioned in John 128 and 1040. It is the place where John the Baptist baptized Jesus as well.   Bethany and other nearby places formed part of the early Christian pilgrimage route between Jerusalem, the Jordan ...

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea at Jordan's western frontier is known to be the lowest spot on earth, 400 meters below sea level. The Dead Sea is one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes on earth. The unusually salty and mineral rich water, the rich black mud along the shoreline, the therm...


The crusades mainly took place on what is nowadays Jordanian territory. When the Arabs attacked the holy places of the Byzantines, they called the crusaders to their aid. The crusader fortress of Karak is built very strategically on top of a mountain along the King's Highway. It was t...

Desert Castles

Scattered throughout the black basalt desert, east of Amman, the Desert Castles stand as a testament to the flourishing beginnings of Islamic-Arab civilization. These seemingly isolated pavilions, caravan stations, secluded baths, and hunting lodges, were at one time integrated agricultural or...


Madaba, biblical Medeba, is renowned for its spectacular Byzantine and Ummayyad mosaics. Literally hundreds of mosaics from the fifth through the seventh centuries are scattered throughout Madaba's churches and houses. In the church of Saint George you may see the sixth century map of Jeru...

Umm Qays

Umm Qais was one of the cities of the Decapolis, just as Amman and Jerash. In earlier times it was known as Gadara, where Jesus miracle sent the demented spirits out of two men into a herd of swine who ran down the hill and drowned in the Sea of Galilee (Matthew 828-34; Mark 51-20; Luke 826...

Wadi Mujib

When you leave the rolling hills of Moab behind, the road plunges down into the Wadi Mujib. The canyon is mentioned in the Bible as the Arnon river (Numbers 2126-31, Isaiah 151-9).   The Mujib canyon is sometimes called the Grand Canyon of the Middle East, and with reason.   I...

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