7 Day Cycling Tour in Jordanoffered by supplier M19120 (read about supplier)
Tour Duration: 5 - 10 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 50 people
Specialty Categories: Bicycle Touring Archeology/History
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 1080 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 1950 US Dollar (USD)
Day 1: Amman Airport – Amman.
Welcome to Jordan! Upon arrival at any time, you will be met and assisted by our representatives there in Amman airport. After that we will be transferred to our hotel in Amman for dinner and to stay overnight. Includes: (HB).
Day 2: Amman – Madaba – Mt. Nebo – Dead Sea – Kerak.
After breakfast in our hotel, we will move ahead to Madaba to act a visit to the Mosaic Christian Church and Mt. Nebo. There, our cycling tour starts to cycle downhill to The Dead Sea to swim for some time in the salty water under the sea level with about 240 m. After that we will move ahead on our bicycles to Kerak; we visit Kerak Castle and have dinner and stay overnight in a hotel OR a camp. Meanwhile, we will find the best place for lunch time. Includes: (FB).
Day 3: Kerak – Dana N.R.
After breakfast, we will act cycling sport for sometime in Kerak in a very good place for such sport and after that we will go, cycling, to Dana Nature Reserve through Tafila. In Dana, we will have dinner and stay overnight in a simple hotel since there are only 1* hotels in there. Meanwhile, we will find the best place for lunch time. Includes: (FB).
Day 4: Dana Village – Shawbek – The Little Petra.
After breakfast in our hotel, we will, on our bicycles, pass by Dana Village and Shawbek until we reach the Little Petra, which is very near to Petra – the site. We will stay there in a camp after having dinner with Bedouin Music. Meanwhile, we will find the best place for lunch time. Includes: (FB).
Day 5: Petra.
After breakfast, we will, hiking, move to Petra – the site, which is very near, to act a full-day visit to the marvelous Nabatean city you have ever seen. We will go on the back way through the Monestry, the second best place after the treasury. We will continue our way (visiting Petra City Center; The Tomb, The Court, The Theatre – 3000 seating, The Caves) till we reach the Treasury. Then we go through the Siq up to the city of Wadi Musa where we will stay overnight in a hotel after having dinner. Meanwhile, we will find the best place for lunch time. Includes: (FB).
Day 6: Petra – Wadi Rum.
After breakfast, we will move to someplace near the city of Wadi Musa by bus to act Cycling sport for two hours. Then, our cycling tour ends up because we are moving to Wadi Rum where one cannot ride a bike. In the great Valley of Wadi Rum, we will act a six-hour 4 X 4 Jeep tour into The Marvelous Jordanian Desert with its fascinating sand dunes. We will have dinner and stay there in Wadi Rum in a tourist camp. Meanwhile, we will find the best place for lunch time. Includes: (HB).
Day 7: Wadi Rum – Amman Airport (Departure). In the other day morning after breakfast, we will be transferred to Amman Airport for departure. Includes: (BB).
Supplemental Tour Information:
- We can increase or decreases the tour days upon the clients request or rather make mixed tours: jeeps, horse, and camel riding or classic tours. That will be extra for the payment.
- Our professional leaders will help and assist your groups
- They will be with the group escorting them all the time
- (FB) Meal Basis = Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- (HB) Meal Basis = Breakfast and dinner
- (BB) Meal Basis = Breakfast only.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- Meet and assistance
- Escorting guide
- Lunch during cycling tours
- Tickets for Petra
- Luggage transfer
- Expert mechanic for bicycles.
- Departure tax.
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We are local people from Petra – Jordan. We love our country and its people. We are committed to serve our guests and clients the best way we can. We wanted to be very close to our guests in Petra where they spend most of their time and of course because of the strategic location of Petra in relative to the other...