Our Jordan tours and trips , Private Jordan tours and trips , Jordan customized tours and trips , Jordan customized Tours and trips , Jordan Tailor-made tours and more

Jordan Tours from Jerusalem or Tel Aviv

This is a 2-day tour to Jerash, Amman and Petra for those staying in Jerusalem, or other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). It includes the Roman ruins of Jerash and the citadel in Amman, before allowing to explore the wonders of Petra.

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 2-day tour to Amman, Madaba, Mpunt Nebo, and Petra, for those staying in Jerusalem, or other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). You will visit Jordan’s vibrant capital, Amman, as well as the smaller town of Madaba, see the stunning views from Mount Nebo, and finally explore the wonders of Petra.

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 3-day tour starts with visiting Amman, Jordan's capital before exploring the ‘rose-red’ city of Petra, as well as the magic desert in Wadi Rum. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). You will spend one night in Wadi Rum and one night in Petra. 

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 3-day tour for those staying in Jerusalem, and other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies) and we will take you on a journey to explore Jordan’s most beautiful places from the North to the South.

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border crossing (supplement applies). 

This is a 4-day tour for those staying in Jerusalem, and other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies) and we will take you on a journey to explore Jordan’s most beautiful places from the North to the South.

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 2-day tour to Wadi Rum and Petra for those staying in Jerusalem, or other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). Visit the majestic desert of Wadi Rum following in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia, before exploring the wonders of Petra. On this tour you will stay overnight in Wadi Rum and experience the traditional Bedouin hospitality. 

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 2-day tour to Wadi Rum and Petra for those staying in Jerusalem, or other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). Visit the majestic desert of Wadi Rum following in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia, before exploring the wonders of Petra. On this tour you will stay overnight in Petra which gives you the chance to enter the site early in the morning. 

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 3-day tour exploring the ‘rose-red’ city of Petra, as well as the magic desert in Wadi Rum. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). You will spend one night in Wadi Rum and one night in Petra. 

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border crossing (supplement applies). 

This is a 3-day tour which gives you time to float in the Dead Sea, explore the ‘rose-red’ city of Petra and follow in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabic in Wadi Rum desert. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies). You will spend one night in Wadi Rum and one night in Petra. 

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 4-day tour for those staying in Jerusalem, and other points in Israel/Palestine. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies) and we will take you on a journey to explore Jordan’s most beautiful and well known sites including the Dead Sea, Petra and Wadi Rum. 

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border border crossing (supplement applies).

This is a 5 day tour for those staying in Jerusalem, and other points in Israel/Palestine. See the Roman ruins of Jerash in the North, spend time in Capital city where modern living and ancient civilizations come together, the amazing wonder of Petra and the majestic beauty of Wadi Rum. It starts and ends in Jerusalem or elsewhere in Israel/Palestine (supplement applies).

*Please note that on Fridays and Saturdays the King Hussein/Allenby Bridge closes at 1:00pm. Departure can be via the Jordan River / Northern Border border crossing (supplement applies).

Our Clients & Testimonials

Our latest news, travel news, travel advices, blogs & more

Best Time of Year to Visit Jordan

Best Time of Year to Visit Jordan

Jordan is a year-round destination, but there are seasonal weather variations that travelers should be aware of. Spring and fall have the most predictable, pleasant temperatures and are therefore peak travel seasons. Winter tends to be rainy and unpredictable - it even snows in some places. Summer brings hot temperatures, but longer daylight...
Best Time of Year to Visit Jordan
Best Time of Year to Visit Jordan
Coronavirus (COVID 19) Updates

Coronavirus (COVID 19) Updates

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, Jordan is in lockdown with 24 hour curfew in place. All but the essential services are closed including banks and the payment company that process the payments and refunds. The curfew has been extended as off the 30 March until the 15th April., then has been extended till 30th April . If you are following up on...
Coronavirus (COVID 19) Updates
Coronavirus (COVID 19) Updates
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Customer Information Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Customer Information Update

CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL UPDATE Due to the ongoing global impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the likelihood of international borders remaining closed for an extended period of time, Jordan Horizons Travel has suspended all tours globally until at least 30 September 2020 (and for further notice might be after to be updated later ) This global health...
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Customer Information Update
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Customer Information Update
How Many Days Should You Spend in Jordan?

How Many Days Should You Spend in Jordan?

Whether you have two days or two weeks to spend, Jordan is an accessible destination for even the most hurried of travelers. From whirlwind tours of Petra to in-depth Holy Land tours and week-long treks, there's an option that suits every schedule. Jordan is a compact country with more than its fair share of must-see sites. Petra, Wadi Rum and...
How Many Days Should You Spend in Jordan?
How Many Days Should You Spend in Jordan?
How to Visit Jordan from Israel - All you need to know about border crossing logistics and visa requirements

How to Visit Jordan from Israel - All you need to know about border crossing logistics and visa requirements

Get the most out of your time in the region by visiting Jordan and Israel. Both countries are packed with things to do and see, and crossing the border is simple as long as you know what to expect. Read on to learn all about how to travel from Israel to Jordan.   Israel holds a place on the bucket lists of archeology buffs and outdoor adventurers...
How to Visit Jordan from Israel - All you need to know about border crossing logistics and visa requirements
How to Visit Jordan from Israel - All you need to know about border crossing logistics and visa requirements
Jordan’s approach in managing coronavirus crisis

Jordan’s approach in managing coronavirus crisis

*Update : 30 July 2020 The Jordanian Government's very proactive management and handling of the coronvirus Pandemic has seen Jordan praised worldwide for it's strategy. It has led to very few cases thanks to strict quarantine procedures and stringent testing. It has allowed Jordan to recieve the status of being a "Safe Country" to travel to.  The...
Jordan’s approach in managing coronavirus crisis
Jordan’s approach in managing coronavirus crisis
New Travel Procedure to Jordan during Covid 19

New Travel Procedure to Jordan during Covid 19

TRAVEL to JORDAN UPDATE Good news for those who are looking to travel in 2021 - Jordan is opening up for tourism and travel. Come and see the wonders that Jordan has to offer. The people are waiting to welcome you with their famous hospitality.  The Ministry of Tourism for Jordan has announced that there are new regulations (current from the 20th...
New Travel Procedure to Jordan during Covid 19
New Travel Procedure to Jordan during Covid 19
The Bedouins (Bedu) & Bedouin Hospitality in Jordan

The Bedouins (Bedu) & Bedouin Hospitality in Jordan

It is common to encounter some form of Bedouin hospitality in Jordan. The Bedouin, (“Bedu” in Arabic, meaning “desert dwellers”) are nomadic people who live in the desert. They mainly live in the Arabian and Syrian deserts, the Sinai in Egypt and the Sahara desert. In total world-wide, there are about 4 million Bedouin. There are Bedouin living...
The Bedouins (Bedu) & Bedouin Hospitality in Jordan
The Bedouins (Bedu) & Bedouin Hospitality in Jordan
Things To Know Before You Visit Petra

Things To Know Before You Visit Petra

“Traveling is the best form of education.” Here are some of the things you need to keep in mind before you take up a trip to Petra. 1. Best Time- Petra is relatively hot during the summer, meaning that you are better off visiting in the early morning or later in the afternoon if at all possible during the hottest days of the year (July and...
Things To Know Before You Visit Petra
Things To Know Before You Visit Petra