Top 5 Winter Tourist Places in Jordan

طقس العرب GO 2022-10-23 2022-10-23T11:20:12Z
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Top 5 Winter Tourist Places in Jordan

Arab weather - Jordan is characterized by the diversity of its terrain, which gives it a beautiful nature and suitable weather throughout the year, even in the winter season. You find the warm sun and the calm nature that characterizes some areas of Jordan during the winter season, which constitutes an ideal environment for enjoying winter trips, and also gives the available luxury hotels and restaurants. Throughout the country the opportunity to choose between a wide variety of services.

 

In the following lines, we review the most important areas in Jordan suitable for winter trips.

 

Wadi Rum

Visitors and tourists in Jordan usually head to the southern Wadi Rum desert during the fall and winter seasons due to its warm temperature, which gives visitors an ideal atmosphere to enjoy wild trips amid the golden sands surrounded by mountainous heights.

 

During the fall and early winter , four-wheel drive vehicles abound in the desert area, where families spend recreational trips that include tours, some organized by tour guides, horse and camel owners, as well as the opportunity to climb mountains, as well as sessions in Bedouin tents and dining in an atmosphere Romantic, overnight in unique bubble-shaped rooms.

Learn more about Wadi Rum, here

 

 

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is one of the strangest seas in the world, in which truth is mixed with legend, and history is attached to geography in a unique marriage that is less than its counterpart in any part of the world. Where the sun’s rays fall perpendicular to it, and the Dead Sea has unique characteristics that distinguish it from the rest of the lakes and bodies of water in the world, it is the highest percentage of salinity in the Middle East, and one of the most saline lakes in the world, giving any body the ability to float on its surface Easily, as the density of the waters of the Dead Sea and its high salinity turned it into a sea without waves that anyone can swim in without fear of drowning.

 

However, swimming in the Dead Sea requires washing with fresh water immediately to remove the salts that are deposited on the human body from its water, which a person cannot tolerate more than a few minutes.

 

The Dead Sea also has many features that make it a distinctive destination for visitors from all over the world, who enjoy its magic and healing properties, the most important of which is the mud rich in minerals, and the air there contains 8% more oxygen than the air that most of us breathe, and many other characteristics.

 

Learn more about the Dead Sea, here

 

 

obstacle

Aqaba occupies a distinguished position on Jordan’s tourist map, in addition to its economic importance, as it is the only sea port that connects Jordan with the world through the Red Sea, in addition to being an important starting point for visitors to Jordan coming to it by sea to explore historical and archaeological monuments in Jordan’s southern regions such as Petra, Wadi Rum and Dana Protectorate. And other sites where the proximity of areas and the short distances between Aqaba and those places allow the visitor to spend a longer and wonderful time when visiting them. The journey from Aqaba to Petra or Wadi Rum takes no more than an hour.

 

As for the city of Aqaba, this important sea port located on the Red Sea, which is characterized by its mild climate, warm winters, clear waters, calm waves, and clean beaches, has an ideal environment for the growth of coral and various different types of marine life, where friendly dolphins and sea turtles live among dense flocks of rare colored fish. On nocturnal marine creatures such as crabs, lobsters and prawns, these creatures only appear at night in search of their food, and the Gulf of Aqaba is one of the best global sites for swimming and deep diving.

 

Those amazing scenes can be enjoyed by taking a cruise on boats with a transparent glass floor through which he can see the diverse and rare marine life, and after returning from that trip he can relax on its charming sandy beaches or visit marine reserves that contain rare types of fish and marine creatures rare.

 

All services and facilities of international standards and high quality are available in Aqaba. There are a series of international hotels and markets that are packed with many and varied goods at reasonable prices. In Aqaba there are historical monuments that indicate the city’s antiquity and its progress since it was discovered in what is said to be the oldest church in the world, in addition to historical and archaeological sites. other.

 

Learn more about Aqaba, here

 

 

the valleys

The Jordan Valley is known as a low-lying plain located along the Jordan River, and was named by this name in relation to the nature of the low land. The Jordan Valley is located between Palestine and the Kingdom of Jordan. The Jordan Valley is divided into many areas, including the northern valleys, the central valleys, the southern shouneh, and the Karama region.

The Jordan Valley is characterized by several advantages. There are many orchards in it due to the fertility of agricultural lands with water reserves, and because its climate is warm in winter and very hot in summer, so it is suitable for many vegetables, fruits and many other trees. The Jordan Valley also owns the largest tourist museum in which there are many picturesque and archaeological areas, such as: the Al-Maghats area and the Wadi Al-Kharar, and one of the most famous tourist attractions is the Dead Sea.

 

It is worth noting that the Jordan Valley went through different eras, including: the Arab-Islamic eras, the Mamluk era, and the Ottoman era. A destination for religious tourism.

 

blue oasis

The Azraq Oasis is considered the most contradictory and strange part of Jordan. It is a land of salt and water, black stones, springs and lakes, and a land of sand and tall green trees. Azraq Oasis is located to the east of Jordan, 50 km from the Saudi border, and has been known since ancient times as a station for trade convoys between the north of the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq on the one hand and the Levant on the other.

 

It has a Roman fortress known as the “Azraq Palace” that the Romans used as a military garrison and an advanced base in the face of the Persians, while the Umayyad caliphs and princes in early Islam used it like other desert palaces in the Jordanian Badia as stations on the pilgrimage route, and centers for rest and recreation, and it is today one of the most important historical sites in Jordan


The oasis is considered the lowest point in the Levant Badia, which made it a meeting point for rainwater and running torrents, where beautiful lakes are formed throughout the year, which are visited by migratory birds from Russia and northern Europe to South Africa and the Indian Ocean region. It also exposed a station for migratory birds from north to south in winter And returning to their homelands in the summer, and due to the abundance of its water, the desert turned into farms and orchards.

 

Azraq Oasis is considered one of the important desert tourism centers in Jordan, where it is frequented by tourists in the winter due to its mild climate and the availability of tourist facilities in it, such as rest houses, hotels, restaurants and archaeological sites.

 

It is worth noting that valley tourism in Jordan ends at the beginning of the rainy season, with the need to pay attention to staying away from valleys and torrential streams in the event of cases of atmospheric instability, as these cases pose the danger of sudden torrential torrents.

 

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This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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