AQABA PORT SHORE EXCURSIONS
Are you Looking for Aqaba Port Shore Excursions? Enjoy our Tours from Aqaba Port to Witness the amazing and Natural landscapes of Jordan while your Cruise ship docks in Aqaba Port. Enjoy the Rose Red City of Petra, Explore Wadi Rum Desert, Float in the Dead Sea Salty Water and More.!
Petra By Night
In times gone by, a visit to Petra wasn't complete without spending a night in the ruins, wandering the rocky paths by moonlight and sleeping in a tomb cave.
Jordan , You must be Here !
There is no mistaking the fact that Jordan is a Kingdom steeped in history and culture. From the moment you arrive, you get a sense of its rich heritage; all around are remnants of ancient civilizations long since passed, yet they still remain, stamped into the very fabric of this amazing Kingdom an...
Petra
Petra is a famous archaeological site in Jordan's southwestern desert. Dating to around 300 B.C., it was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom. Accessed via a narrow canyon called Al Siq, it contains tombs and temples carved into pink sandstone cliffs, earning its nickname, the "Rose City." Perhaps it...
The Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan River. Its surface and shores are 430.5 metres below sea level; Earth's lowest elevation on land.

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Welcome to Jordan; a country steeped in history and ancient monuments, legendary for its hospitality, and rich with diverse natural beauty. We invite you to come and explore Jordan with us. Be taken back with the wonder of Petra, humbled at the genuine welcome of the People, tick off the bucket list of floating in the Dead Sea, and silenced by the vastness of Wadi Rum and much much more. Wherever you go in Jordan it will be an experience you never forget and leave you longing to return. Such is the ability of Jordan to get under your skin and capture your heart.

Jordan Horizons Tours is a full service travel agency based in Jordan. It was established with multi-lingual team, who are all travel professionals who realized the need of a reliable and professional travel company to serve and lead the high demand in the Middle East travel market.

We at Jordan Horizons Travel & Tours always strive to captivate our clients with unforgettable travel moments that will last, and provide them with an exceptional service that exceeds their expectations, while conserving and presenting the heritage of Jordan & the Middle East.

 

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Jordan Arabic Cuisine

Arabic cuisine in general is influenced by the nomadic Bedouins, and especially the cuisine of Lebanon, Syria and Palestine. Jordan's cuisine is part of this culinary heritage, and shares many of the characteristics. Within the Arabic culture, food is an important aspect and used to express hospitality and generosity.

The national dish of Jordan is Mansaf, a Bedouin dish. A dish of lamb with aromatic herbs, cooked in dried yoghurt sauce (jameed), served with rice and garnished with pine or other nuts. It often symbolizes an occasion like a wedding, and as with most Bedouin dishes, it is traditionally eaten with the right hand.

Another popular dish is Maglouba, made with lamb or chicken and aubergines, sometimes fried cauliflower. Maglouba is translated as "Upside Down", because this dish is inverted after preparation and cooking. A special experience is Zarb, a Bedouin dish. Meat, mostly lamb, is cooked by a unique underground grilling method in a mud oven, served with rice and vegetables. Very similar is Mandi, usually made with a young lamb cooked in a special kind of clay oven. Dry wood is placed in the oven, burnt to charcoal, then then meat will be put inside and the whole oven closed so that no smoke escapes.

Most popular in Arabic cuisine are the starters, known as mezze. Well known is Falafel, a fried ball or patty made from spiced chickpeas and/or fava beans. A popular appetizer is hummus, a puree of chick peas blended with tahina (pulped sesame seeds), lemon and garlic. Kibbeh is a fried ball with a meat and bulgur wheat paste as crust and an aromatic filling of meat. The primary ingredients of tabbouleh, a salad, are finely chopped parsley, bulgur, mint, tomato, scallion, and other herbs with lemon juice, olive oil and various seasonings like black pepper. Fattoush is a seasonal salad made from several larger vegetable pieces, herbs and toasted or fried pieces of pita bread. Foul consists of mashed, brown fava beans, and moutabel is a spicy aubergine dip.

National specialties are Kebabs, consisting of grilled or broiled meats on a skewer or stick. The most common kebabs include lamb and beef. Shish taouk is made by skewering and grilling cubes of chicken. An originally Palastenian dish is Musakhan composed of chicken in olive oil and onion sauce roasted on Arab bread. A popular rice dish is Kabsa, mainly made from a mixture of spices, rice, vegetables and meat, such as chicken, goat, lamb, camel. Waraq Enab (diwali) are grapevine leaves stuffed with rice, minced meat and spices. Mainly in Aqaba you find Sayadiya, fish cooked in layers of rice, fried onions gives it the taste and the brown color.

An Arabic food experience is only completed with a dessert. Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers, filled with nuts and sweetened with honey. Kanafa is a pastry filled with nuts or goats cheese. It consists of a base layer made of cheese mixed with milk or cream, a crispy layer of dried noodles and often topped off with some syrup. Ataif is a small fried pancake filled with nuts or cheese and traditionally eaten during Ramadan. A classic dessert is Mohallabiya, a rice pudding perfumed with rose water or orange, flavoured with spices and garnished with nuts.

Hospitality in the Arab world is expressed by serving a mint tea or a freshly-brewed coffee to every guest. Arabic coffee is strong, served in small cups, sometimes with a taste of cardamom. Although Jordan is mainly a Muslim country, thanks to the Christian minority, the country has a long tradition of wine-production, popular is Mt. Nebo Wine. Another production is Araq, an aniseed-flavoured liquor, usually mixed with water and ice.

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