There is nothing more exciting to me than visiting new places and getting to learn about other cultures first hand. I love active travel and I am always on the search for finding the perfect hikes as there is no better way to discover a country than by foot!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Jordan, active travel, canyon hikes, local communities, hikes, nature, Wadi Rum, Petra, trekking, historical sites"
How did you get involved in travel?
"While living in Jordan I was introduced to the Tourism Industry by coincidence but loved it from the very first second! The buzz and excitement you get when creating the perfect trip for other people is what got me hooked!"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Many many years ago I did my first 'wet wadi (canyon) hike' in Jordan. After a very hot and very strenuous uphill hike, we arrived at the entrance to the Malaqi trail. We walked into a narrow gorge and within minutes we stood in a small, but fast flowing stream. The next few hours were just mesmerizing! While following the river on its descend to the Dead Sea, we had to climb over rock formations and slide down some pretty wild waterfalls and the winding gorge surprised me over and over again. After this first wet canyon trip, I hiked many many more but I will never forget the excitement of that very first one!"
Featured trips & expertise
From desert camps to quaint guesthouses to art-inspired city hotels, Jordan offers a variety of accommodations for visitors to enjoy. Here are some of the best boutique hotels, from north to south.
There are plenty of typical hotels in Jordan, but this destination also offers a plethora of unique, experiential lodging options that you won’t find anywhere else. From local homestays with Jordanian families to a certified ecolodge on the edge of the Dana Biosphere, these incredible alternatives throughout the country will make you rethink your usual travel routine.
How to Visit Jordan from Israel - All you need to know about border crossing logistics and visa requirements
Planning a trip to Israel? Get the most out of your time in the region by paying a visit to neighboring Jordan as well. 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.
Jordan is a compact country, roughly the size of Ireland, with more than its fair share of must-see sites. Petra, Wadi Rum and the Dead Sea are all world-renowned attractions and are located within just a few hundred miles of each other. This, combined with the fact that Jordan’s roads are of excellent quality, means that it’s possible to see all of Jordan’s top spots in about 3 days. This doesn’t mean that we recommend spending 3 days only, since there is a lot more to see, and the top sites are worth spending more time at than just a quick visit.
A short trip to Jordan to visit Petra and Wadi Rum is a great extension to a holiday in Israel. This trip gives you a good impression of the rich cultural heritage of Petra and natural beauty of Wadi Rum in just a few days.