Average of 4.2 /5 based on 24 reviews
Had a great time in Jordan. Best part I think was the visit to the Dead Sea, which is a lake actually. We enjoyed just floating there, there is no need for you to know swimming even. Quite a great expression, very few places like these exist in the world. we got a package from HolidayMe, which was also great.Reviewed On : 28 Jun`16
Wow, I don’t even have words to describe what I feel when I seeing Dead sea and it is not really sea but actually it is a lake or river I think which has so much salt in it that everybody even peoples who don’t know how to do swimming can easily just float, I saws many people just floating with a book or a news paper in his hands and it was really nice to be there. We got a package from HolidayMe and it was really great, we got a good hotel close by but it was not very close.Reviewed On : 19 Jun`16
Wow, just got back from Amman. Nice trip organized by HoidayMe, only problem was the hotel, it was not up to the mark. Staff didn’t care abt my room cleaning but its ok. Tri was quite good so no complaints.Reviewed On : 19 Jun`16
We went to Jordan for our annual vacation because we had heard a lot about it, but we didn’t know that the famous dead sea is in Jordan. HolidayMe people told us and arranged for a trip there to be a part of our package. We enjoyed a lot, and we had great service from all the hotels that we had stayed in.Reviewed On : 21 Jun`16
Nature’s wonders never cease do they? Dead Sea is a superb example of that, it was really really nice to be there and see such wonderful things. It is a very beautiful place, but it is also way too crowded. There are just so many people over there, and everybody wants to get in the water at the same time, that it becomes very very crowded in the lake as well. But its ok, I didn’t mind but there really should be timings for people to come, or we will lose this beautiful wondr of nature very soon. We got the package form HolidayMe.Reviewed On : 26 Jun`16
Very good trip frm HolidayMe, cheap cost and nice hotel from them. Amman hotel is also the very nice, and also very nice room. Happy to be here. Feel good on meeting relatives after much long time for many years.Reviewed On : 19 Jun`16
What a trip. spending vacation in Jordan after a long time. here in Amman after many years with cousins and friends. Got a good trio from HolidayMe, very nice hotel in Amman. Cant wait to start the sightseeing, and the rest of the tour.Reviewed On : 31 May`16
My second visit to Amman and everytime I go to the Citadel always bothered by fake guides. Citadel is interesting ruins with lots to see and views are the best from here. Skip the museum here, Jordan museum is way much better than this. Jordan Museum has good, labeled, neat and clean collection. Rainbow street is very crowded and noisy.Reviewed On : 07 Dec`16
A Middle East marvel, Jordan is one of the most prosperous countries in the region and is classified as a country with ‘high human development index’. Bordered by the mighty Saudi Arabia to the south and east, Iraq and Syria to its north east and north respectively, and Israel and the West Bank to its west, Jordan is one of Middle East’s most mystifying places.
The magnificent city of Petra is just one amongst the glorious attractions of Jordan. Dating back 300 B.C, this stunning ancient city was the capital of Nabatean Kingdom, and is half-built, half-carved into pink sandstone rock, earning it the nickname of ‘Rose City.’ The country attracts tourists on the weight of its glorious history. Officially called the Kingdom of Jordan, the country has a constitutional monarchy. The king holds wide legislative and executive powers. The country is amongst the freest economies of the world and has an ‘upper middle income’ economy. Though the country is located in the vicinity of countries like Iraq and Israel, there are no disruptions or any conflict in the Jordanian territory.
The Akkadian, Neo-Babylonian, Hittite and the Ancient Egypt Empires have left a lasting imprint on Jordan’s history. Post World War II, Jordan became an independent nation in year 1946.
Though the official language is Arabic, the commonly spoken version also includes words from the Turkish, French and English languages. The latter is also largely understood and spoken by a majority of locals. The Jordanian cuisine is unique for the extensive use of the grill and bake method of cooking. A dry spell spreads across the country during summer, with the maximum temperature reaching the mid-thirties. In winter, the temperature dips to around 13 degree Celsius. About 92% of the population are Muslims, while 6% are Christians and others form the remaining.
A holiday to Jordan with HolidayMe typically ranges from