Top 10 things to do in Jordan

Sunset at the High Place of Sacrifice


    1. Breathe With Us

      Hi Mellissa,

      It’s a very interesting experience, but also one needs to be careful not to swallow the super-salty water. The water was at a very comfortable warmish temperature.

      Petra is otherworldly. If you go there, try to stay more than one day. It’s worth it.

  1. Zofia Bałdyga

    I’ve been obsessed with a trip to Jordan since I went to Lebanon this spring. I’m dying to see the desert castles and Petra. I’m also curious to discover Amman food scene, I’ve heard a lot of good things. Your post brings new places to my list, thank you.

  2. aliceteacake

    My friends visited here recently and spoke very highly of it! It hasn’t been on my bucket list but I think it’s going on there now! Thank you for telling me more about Jordan 🙂

  3. sophierose233

    Jordan has been on the list for years but i’ve never found the right time to go. It’s my dream to go to Petra and see it at night. It sounds so amazing. And i’d love to go to the Dead Sea and just float there all day!

    1. Breathe With Us

      When you do make it there, remember that visiting Petra at night is not available every day, so plan accordingly. Other than that, it’s an amazing experience!

      Floating the whole day may be a bit too much!

  4. Tim Kroeger

    Thanks for the great tips. I wanted to go to petra while I have been in Israel earlier this year. Unfortunately it was way too expensive. So now I am planning a whole trip to Jordan and can use your tips pretty good.

    1. Breathe With Us

      You’re welcome Tim! It gets quite expensive for day-trips, but since you’re planning to travel to Jordan now, it makes it all easier.

      Make it a couple of days if you can. It’s the best way to explore Petra.

  5. Melek

    I stayed 1 month and 20 days in Jordan in 2012. I wish I could stay even more. I had an amazing summer there. Jordanian food was too delicious so that I gained 4 kilos. Spending one night in Wadi Rum is unforgetable, it’s absolutely worth it!

    Cafe Jafra at Wasat al-balad and Rainbow street (a small and lovely street, it’s like a mix of European and Middle Eastern cultures) were my favorite places in Amman.

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