• Petra Red Rose City
  • Amman City
  • Dead Sea
  • Jerash
  • Wadi Rum
  • Ajloun Castle
  • Wadi Mujib
  • Aqaba Red - Sea

Jordan The Counrty

Jordan the Country

Jordan is a land rich in history. Since the dawn of civilization, Jordan has played an important role in trade between east and west because of its geographical location at the crossroads of Asia’s, Africa and Europe. It has been home to some of mankind’s earliest settlements and relics of many of the world’s great civilization can still be found today.Jordan played a vital role in roman, Biblical, the early Islamic and crusader periods. From the moment you arrive, you get a sense of the past. All around are remnants of civilizations long since relegated to the history books, yet they still remain, stamped into the very fabric of this amazing Kingdom and etched into the soul of the people who live here.From the ancient Nabataean city of Petra, the miracle of the Dead Sea and Jordan Valley, the wonders of the Red Sea and Wadi Rum to the fine hotels, shopping centers and art galleries of modern Amman, Jordan truly is a nation rich in history and culture.

Biblical Jordan

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, echoes with the stories, recorded in the Holly Bible, of Abraham, Job, Moses, Ruth, Elijah, Johan the Baptist, Jesus Christ, Paul, and many other leading Biblical figures, whose teachings and deeds have ultimately affected and influenced the lives of millions of people around the world.

Through the words of the prophets Abraham, Job, and Moses, the Bible’s Old Testament records that it is in this land of Jordan that God first manifested Himself to Man. Biblical interpretations have even located the story of Adam and Eve and Garden of Eden to an area along the north-west bank of the River Jordan Known as Beysan (Beth-shean). It is also suggested that, when Cain Killed his brother Abel and was banished by God to the area “east of Eden”, he went to one of the three sites east of the River Jordan that would later become Known as the “Cities of Refuge:. A person accused of involuntary manslaughter could seek refuge in one of these cities until a fair trial could be arranged.

Jordan – Nature’s best-kept secret

Jordan is country of outstanding bio-diversity. It is land that encompasses all, from pine-clad mountains, lush green valleys, wetlands and oasis to the breathtaking desert landscapes of Wadi Rum and the kaleidoscopic underwater world of the Red Sea.

Undoubtedly Jordan’s most important and impressive ecological treasure is the unique area and along the eastern coastline of the Dead Sea. Here, 410 meters below sea level, many small streams flow down from the surrounding hills, their mineral-rich waters creating gushing waterfalls and an amazing diversity of flora and fauna. Here too, are hot thermal springs, their health-giving waters having attracted visitors for thousands of years. On the Dead Sea coast nature has taken simple salt, fashioned it into impossible sculptures and imbued them with colours of unbelievable vividness.

Red Sea Aqaba - Berenice Beach Club

The Berenice Beach Club offers a mixed use of beach activities within the context of an authentically styled beach with a panoramic view and an exceptional landscape design. In ’one stop’ Berenice offers state-of-art facilities including a towel from the entrance, changing rooms, showers and restroom facilities, different styles of food & beverage, three swimming pools with abundant space to lounge around, shaded spots at the beach with sun beds and showers at the beach, a separated kids club with outdoor shaded areas, a volleyball and a football pitch.