Arab weather - the summer season is usually associated with vacation time, entertainment and travel, and when searching for a country to travel to in the summer, we find that there are many Arab destinations that top the list of choices, and Jordan is considered among the most Arab countries visited by Gulf citizens and foreign tourists in summer.. Let's get to know her more.
Jordan is the most visited Arab country in summer and winter for Arabs and citizens of the Arab Gulf. It is one of the friendly and safe Arab countries that enjoys a charming nature and a pleasant climate, and it is also a country that the citizens of the Middle East adore.
There are many reasons that attract Arab and foreign tourists to Jordan, the most prominent of these reasons being its strategic location and the diverse tourist attractions it contains that cater to all tastes. The following are the most important tourist areas in Jordan.
The ancient city of Petra is located in the Ma’an Governorate in southern Jordan, and it is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, visited by groups of tourists from all over the world because of its unique nature. Carved by the Nabateans more than 2,000 years ago, they dug dwellings, temples, and tombs into sandstone, and built an amazing water system that allowed gardens and agriculture to flourish. The Treasury is one of the most prominent landmarks of the city of Petra, one of the most famous human creations in the world, and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World .
The Dead Sea is known as a closed salt lake located in the Jordan Valley on the border line between Jordan and historical Palestine. The Dead Sea has many features that make it a distinctive destination for visitors from all over the world, enjoying its life-giving charm.
The Dead Sea is famous for being the lowest point in the world, as it is about 410 meters below sea level. Because of the low area, the air there contains 8% more oxygen than the air most of us breathe, which contributes to giving you a wonderful sense of joy and health.
Wadi Rum (or Valley of the Moon) is a protected area covering 720 square kilometers of desert wilderness in southern Jordan. It is characterized by wide sandy valleys that mediate huge mountains of sandstone and granite reaching a height of 1700 meters and more. Many of them hide ancient rock drawings excavated by desert peoples over thousands of years.
Although Wadi Rum has a wondrous charm that gives you complete serenity while contemplating its sands, stars and sun, and allows you to enjoy the serenity of the desert that calms the soul and clears the mind, it has adventure and suspense activities that put you in a new and fun experience that does not resemble the pleasure of your experience in any other places.
Wadi Mujib is one of the wonders of nature and the wonderful creation of God Almighty. A river runs through the valley in one of the driest areas in the world. You hear the sound of cool, fresh water flowing in a hot desert environment, between rocky heights decorated with pink colors similar to the pink rocks of the city of Petra.
The deep Wadi Mujib is located not far from the east of the Dead Sea in Jordan, at a depth of 410 m below sea level. Year-round from seven tributaries, the sandy rocky slopes of Wadi Mujib are ideal habitat for one of the world's most important mountain goats: the Nubian caribou.