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Petra, the Mysterious Jewel of Jordan

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In southern Jordan, just under three hours from capital Amman, one of the most recognisable ancient sites in the MIddle East - and indeed, the world - was rediscovered by archaeologists in 1812. But it dates back to at least the 2nd century BCE and probably earlier, settled by an ancient Bedouin Arab tribe called the Nabataeans, who spoke Aramaic rather than Arabic and grew into a wealthy, powerful kingdom which at its height - and until it was absorbed by the Roman Empire in the

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Now that COVID restrictions are largely a thing of the past, once-in-a lifetime, bucket-list experiences are again within reach - with the caveat that our will to see the world is tempered with an awareness of travel's negative impact. So the pandemic was an awakening.

Offering handpicked riding holidays, specialist tour operator Ranch Rider has rounded up five dream horseback adventures that align with our newfound consciousness:



Siwash Lake Wilderness Resort, British Columbia


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Petra Jordan tourism attraction

Petra Jordan tourism attraction is the most famous destination for tourists from all over the world.

It became one of the Seven New Wonders of the World when it was chosen in 2007 by a vote of 100 million people.

Jordan has many tourist attractions as it passed through many eras such as the Islamic, Ottoman, Nabataeans, Byzantines, and Romans which have left many immortalized traces in Jordan.

Therefore, in this article, we will tell you about the most important place which is petra that you can en

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Jordan is one of the Arab Islamic countries, located in the west of the continent of Asia, specifically on the northern side of the Arabian Peninsula, and it was so named because of the Jordan River passing on its western borders.

Capital of Jordan

Amman is the capital of Jordan and its commercial, administrative, economic, and educational center. It is the largest governorate in the country in terms of population, and the third largest governorate in terms of area, as it is preceded by the govern

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The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, known in Hebrew as Yam Ha-Melakh (the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth.

It is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east, and Palestine and the West Bank to the west.
It’s surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert.


Healing Benefits of the Dead Sea

  • The very salty water can contribute to relieving many health problems, especially those related to the respiratory system, bones, and joints.
  • The high percentage of salts may help relieve the symptoms of some skin prob
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by Inka Piegsa-Quischotte 

Israel’s neighbour Jordan is home to some the most fascinating excursions from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. Top of the list for many, of course, is Petra, the jawdropping, 2nd-century city hewn out of living rock, and nearby Wadi Rum, a mix of dramatic natural scenery and more ancient historic sites.


But many visitors tend to overlook several sites in the kingdom which are just as important and nearly as dramatic as Petra, best done in a two- or three-day itine

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