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Festivals in Jordan are often of a religious nature. Like its neighboring countries, many of its holidays are marked by the Islamic calendar, so some international events such as the New Year have different dates. The country also celebrates Ramadan, as well as all the events related to the Qur'an and its protagonist the prophet Muhammad. Other festivities have political origins, such as Independence Day, which celebrates the end of British rule and the end of Transjordan, as the country was known during the occupation. In its main cities such as Petra, Jerash or Amman, the capital, it is also common to find cultural events where you can enjoy the country's traditions.
Travel to Jordan
“Petra itself was far more extensive than we had been led to believe. The early morning start was certainly justified as it enabled us to see virtually the whole of the ancient city. ”
“The highlight for me was our day at Petra but also loved "bobbing about" in the Dead Sea, visiting Mount Nebo & staying in Wadi Rum desert. I did camel trekking at Wadi Rum which was magical.”
“We had a wonderful time in Jordan. From the moment we arrived at the airport we were looked after amazingly. The desert trip in a 4x4 was also stunning as was the stay over at the wadi camp, ”
“The excursions were very good & conducted by our very knowledgable guide who spoke good English.”
“I thought that the trip was excellent value for money and the itinerary was comprehensive for the number of days we had.”
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