Petra Rose City
The city of Petra (English: Petra), which was recently included in the list of world heritage, is an archaeological historical city built by the Nabateans in the third century B.C., and is distinguished by its amazing and amazing architecture, as it was carved in the pink sandstone, and this treasury is one of the most prominent The pink city, which can be reached by walking along a long path known as the “Siq”, which extends 1,2 km in a rocky slit. Other notable landmarks in Petra are the Qasr al-Bint (the majestic Nabataean Temple), the monastery, as well as graves, palaces, warehouses, and others.
The ancient city of Jerash
Jerash (English: Jerash) is an ancient historical city inhabited by man for more than 6,500 years, as the city was previously subordinate to the Roman Empire, and this is evidenced by the ancient ruins that are still visible in that region, where there are large clusters of buildings and Roman monuments, Such as: huge stone pillars scattered along the old street, wide courtyards, historical palaces, towers, and fountains.
Ajlun Castle (English: Ajlun Castle) is considered a historical archaeological castle built on the top of a high mountain, with the aim of protecting the commercial roads that reach Syria, knowing that tourists can visit this castle, and enjoy the wonderful views, and the scenic, which is the integration of history with nature.
Aqaba is considered (English: Aqaba) the port, and the only outlet for the Kingdom of Jordan on the Red Sea, and it is visited by large numbers of tourists and the residents of Jordan; to enjoy the wonderful atmosphere and the scenic view of the sea, and visitors can also practice various water activities, such as: surfing Diving, snorkeling and boating.
The Dead Sea is considered the lowest point in the world, and its waters are characterized by a high salinity rate, as bodies float on its surface easily, and the Dead Sea enjoys a large number of tourists and residents of Jordan, in order to enjoy the scenic views and benefit from the rich mud With minerals, which are used for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes.
Al Shomary Reserve
Al-Shomari Reserve (English: Shawmari Reserve) was established in Jordan in 1975, with the aim of creating an appropriate environment for living threatened species in various parts of the Middle East, where the reserve seeks to ensure the presence of animals that have become rare to continue across generations to come, and these animals: the Arabian deer, Ostriches, Oryx, and others. It should be noted that the reserve is considered as an important tourist destination for those wishing to see some local wildlife.