The city of Petra, once the thriving capital of the Nabataean Arabs, stands as a globally renowned archaeological wonder. Situated 240 km south of Amman and 120 km north of the charming red sea town of Aqaba (refer to the Map), Petra’s allure transcends borders and draws visitors from all corners of the world.

Beyond its stunning archaeological remnants, Petra reveals a tapestry of human history spanning over 10,000 years. This landscape seamlessly interweaves natural, cultural, archaeological, and geological wonders