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FROM Dead Sea | PETRA City Tour In One Day | Lunch & Admission fees included

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From the relaxing shore of Dead Sea and through the beautiful landscapes of Wadi Namala. Visit the ancient city of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage site filled with beautiful, sandstone ruins with this private tour from Amman. Your guide will take you through the site, showing you fantastic spots such as the Treasury, the Roman Theater, and the Temple of the Winged Lion, with time left over to enjoy a traditional lunch in Petra.

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Stop At: Petra - Wadi Musa

Walk through the 1200m (2/3 mile) Siq to see the Treasury, the Street of Facades, passed the Theatre and down the Roman Street and have a panoramic view of the Royal Tombs. - Depending upon time available your will either have a lunch in a local Wadi Musa restaurant or a packed lunch - so as to maximise your viewing time

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Al-Khazneh

As the Siq becomes narrower and darker in the last few metres, the Al-Khazneh (Treasury) suddenly lights up at the end of the cleft. To stand in front of one of the most famous facades in the world is a magnificent experience, provided you get there before masses of tourists block the view. The Nabataeans had staged this overture when entering their capital from the east in a far more imposing manner than the present sight suggests. The forecourt lay about 6 m lower, was paved, and might have contained a pond. An open staircase about 13 m length and more than 5 m width led over older graves (see below) to a terrace in front of the portico. The magnificent rock-cut mausoleum (25 m wide, 39 m high) was probably built during the second half of the reign of King Aretas IV (ruled 9 BC - 40 AD), but it is not known for whom. Traces of burnt incense found on the plaza suggest that Al Khazneh was an important pilgrimage site.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Siq

It is the ancient main entrance leading to the city of Petra, starts at the Dam and ends at the opposite side of the vault, a split rock with a length of about 1200m and a width of 3 to 12m, and height up to about 80m; most of the rock is natural and another part was sculptured by the Nabataeans. The Siq, the main road that leads to the city, starts from the Dam and ends at the Treasury. It is a rock canal that measures 160 meters in length, 3 to 12 meters in width and reaches up to 80 meters in height. The main part of the Siq is created by natural rock formation and the rest is carved by the Nabataeans. At the beginning of the Siq, one can still view the remains of the city’s gate. On both sides of the Siq, there are channels to draw water from Wadi MAusa (the Valley of Moses), from outside the city to the inside.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Dead Sea Region


Duration: 15 minutes