Amman Sightseeing – Madaba and Mount Nebo Tour

This is a Private Tour

Rate per person based on 1 PAX USD 285.00
Rate per person based on 2 PAX USD 165.00
Rate per person based on 3 PAX USD 150.00
Rate per person based on 4 PAX USD 125.00

Rates above includes:
- Pick up from Dead Sea hotel and drop off to Dead Sea Hotel
- Deluxe air-conditioned coach during the tour
- Professional English speaking guide during the tour
- Entrance fees to Roman theatre, Citadel, Madaba and Mount Nebo
- International buffet lunch at local restaurant

Amman is the modern and ancient capital of Jordan, known in history as Philadelphia & Rabbath-Ammon in the Roman-Graeco period. Originally spread over seven hills like Rome, Amman now covers twenty hills. The city is crowned by the Citadel, a hill with the ruins of the Temple of Hercules, and a museum with artifacts dating back to the earliest settlement in the region, some 7,000 years ago. At the foot of the citadel lies the 5,000 - seat Roman Amphitheater; while there visit the museum of Popular Tradition and the Folklore museum, one flanks either side of the Amphitheater.

Thirty minuets drive south from Amman, along the 5,000 – year old King’s Highway is the city of Madaba (Madaba of the Bible).

Madaba’s chief attraction is the contemporary Greek Orthodox Church of St. George. The church contains the earliest surviving original mosaic map of the Holy Land dating back to the sixth century. Ten minutes to the west is the most revered site in Jordan: Mount Nebo, the memorial of Moses, the presumed site of the prophet’s death and burial place. The Byzantines built a small church whose floor is still covered with marvelous mosaics.

Baptism Site: (Ten minutes drive from Mount Nebo) Some 2000 years ago, John the Baptist lived and baptized in a settlement called “Bethany Beyond the Jordan” (John 1:28). This important site of early Christianity, which Jesus also visited, has been rediscovered in Jordan, about 1500 meters east of the Jordan River. It has been carefully excavated by international archeologists, receiving pilgrims and visitors.

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