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Enjoy Jordan Travel & Tourism

ENJOY JORDAN TOURS is an inbound tour company based in Amman - Jordan that offers trips for overseas visitors to Jordan and neighboring countries.

We are dedicated to helping travelers from all over the world have the best possible travel experience. You can count on us to deliver world-class accommodations, exceptional arrangements, and unparalleled service.

ENJOY JORDAN TOURS is first and foremost committed to the safety and welfare of the people who use our services, whether team members or travelers, whilst at the same time, considering the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of our activities on the Jordanian community and environment. You become our guests, and that is the difference - the distinction between a good service and our great one.

OUR STAFF:
Our experienced, knowledgeable and multilingual staff can arrange completely customized travel itineraries based on your specific needs and budget, saving you time and money. Regardless of your trip's distance or duration, we pledge our complete time, attention and resources to the ultimate success of every trip we help plan.

CONNECTIONS:
Our extensive network of service providers spreads across all corners of Jordan to meet our commitment to safety and quality. We work closely with them to make your travel experience to and in Jordan a truly memorable one.

Enjoy Jordan Travel & Tourism is part of the following groups: Israel Travel Agents, Jordan Travel Agents, Palestine Travel Agents

Featured trips & expertise

The Temple of Hercules on Amman's Citadel
Highlights of Jordan & Egypt: Amman to Cairo - 11 Days

Combining cultural landmarks and natural wonders, this whirlwind 11-day itinerary introduces you to the unmissable highlights of Jordan and Egypt. Discover the archaeological hotspots of Amman and Jerash, relax on the shores of the Dead Sea, wander through the ancient city of Petra, and camp under the stars in the Wadi Rum desert. Once in Egypt, you'll check the Great Pyramids off your bucket list before boarding a scenic river cruise up the Nile River to Luxor—stopping to explore the secrets of Abu Simbel and the Valley of the Kings along the way.

Spend three nights crusing up the Nile River
Cairo & Nile River Cruise: Aswan, Edfu & Luxor - 7 Days

Egypt's ancient wonders await on this unforgettable week-long itinerary. After touring the Great Pyramids in Cairo, fly to Aswan to board a three-night river cruise up the mighty Nile. Visit the famed temples of Abu Simbel, Kom Ombo, and Edfu along the way—then disembark at Luxor to discover the Valley of the Kings. Your journey comes to a close back in Cairo, where you'll spend a final morning browsing the treasures of the Egyptian Museum.

Wadi Rum Desert
Jordan & Egypt: Cairo, Amman, Petra, and Wadi Rum - 10 Days

This 10-day itinerary covers the highlights of Jordan and Egypt, with a mix of fun cultural activities and guided tours. Visit the Great Pyramids of Giza and say hello to the legendary Sphinx, camp with the Bedouins in the dunes of Wadi Rum, and explore the ancient city of Petra in a single trip filled with once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

The Monastery, Petra
Petra in December: Travel Tips, Weather, and More

By December, there’s no doubt that winter has arrived. Jordan is at its coldest, the rainy season has begun, and even the first flurries of snow can blanket the land. However, on most days the sun shines brightly in a deep-blue crystal-clear sky. And this is the quiet low season, making a visit to Jordan’s most popular attraction all the more personal.

Spring greenery enlivens the Monastery, Petra
Petra in April: Travel Tips, Weather, and More

By April spring has arrived and with it, high season as visitors flock to experience Petra at the best time of year weather-wise. The Goldilocks temperatures are just right—neither too hot nor too cold. And the landscapes are briefly lush and ablaze with wildflowers. The down side is that Jordan’s most popular attraction is, well… Jordan’s most popular attraction!

Snow at Petra, Jordan
Jordan in December: Travel Tips, Weather, and More

By December there’s no doubt that winter has arrived. Jordan is at its coldest, the rainy season has begun, and even the first flurries of snow can blanket the land. However, this is the quiet low season, making a visit all the more personal. And Aqaba, on the shores of the Red Sea, is still warm enough for sunning and swimming.

Recent Trip Reviews for Enjoy Jordan Travel & Tourism

Everything was great but I will mention 2 thi... · Jordan - Oct 21 - Oct 24, 2021

Traveler: Joyce B. - Local specialist: Samir Bishara

Everything was great but I will mention 2 things. The driver on the first day booked me on a ‘boat tour with lunch and swimming and snorkelling’ out of Aqaba (I had told him that I would love to go snorkelling). It was a disaster, do not recommend again. I was the only one on the whole boat going in the water, there is no reason to snorkel as there is absolutely nothing to see…total waste of time!
The Hotel Kempinski was wonderful, recommendation from the driver to dive with Aqaba Shark... read more

Everything was great but I will mention 2 things. The driver on the first day booked me on a ‘boat tour with lunch and swimming and snorkelling’ out of Aqaba (I had told him that I would love to go snorkelling). It was a disaster, do not recommend again. I was the only one on the whole boat going in the water, there is no reason to snorkel as there is absolutely nothing to see…total waste of time!
The Hotel Kempinski was wonderful, recommendation from the driver to dive with Aqaba Shark diving and Talal was a wonderful experience. Thanks.
The driver that picked me up for my flight back to Amman arrived early, had not been to the airport in over 2 years so not quite sure where to go. He dropped me in a parking spot from where I could not see an entrance. There was nothing happening. The first set of doors that I found, no one there, the nest set were locked. Finally, I followed another van coming in and walked to where they were and found the departures entrance. Nothing was open. I was picked up at 3:15 pm for a 6:25 pm flight and the airport was not even staffed until after 5:15pm. I should have stayed at the hotel and I should have had a driver that knew where the entrance was. I realize that tourism is just reopening but I do think that these two things could easily be improved. Thanks for organizing, thanks for listening. I very much enjoyed my 11 days in Jordan.

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Samir Bishara, local specialist, responded to this review:

Hello Joyce
Very happy to hear from you, I am so happy to know that I participated to give you a nice trip,

Thank you so much for the time you took, and for your kindness to update us with these kickbacks. We will surely do more than our best to avoid them.
Thank you so much for letting us know about them. highly appreciated.

Wish you all the best, till we see you again.

Be well ,
Samir

Terri

Samir was quick to respond and arrange a trip... · Jordan - Oct 15 - Oct 23, 2021

Traveler: Terri H. - Local specialist: Samir Bishara

Samir was quick to respond and arrange a trip that fit our interests. All guides were friendly, pleasant, knowledgeable, professional. Everywhere we visited was enjoyable, especially liked Dana Reserve and Wadi Rum.

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Samir Bishara, local specialist, responded to this review:

Dear Terri
Very happy to hear from you, I am so happy to know that I participated to give you a nice trip, You are now our ambassador to spread a good word about Jordan and about our Services.

Thank you so much for your courtesy and the nice words you put for me, it always helps me to keep going on, helping our dear guests,
thank you so much Terri for travelling with us.
It was our pleasure and honor.

I am looking forward to see you again in Jordan, you will always have friends that you can depend on, be sure.

Wish you all the best, and happy days

Samir