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Land of Prophets and Companions

(7 days / 6 nights)

Arrive at Queen Alia Int’l. Meet, Assist & then transfer to Ahl Al Kahf (Seven Sleepers) whose story is mentioned in the Holy Quran, the story of seven young men during Roman times (Pre-Byzantine) escaping persecution for worshiping only one God. And seeking refuge in a cave, they slept in the cave and when they woke up they had no idea that they had slept for 300 years. The ‘sleepers’ thought they had only slept for a few hours. After their story was widely known, the ‘sleepers’ died. Continue to Amman to visit the Blue Mosque (King Abdullah Mosque). Proceed to your hotel.

Overnight in Amman 

After breakfast, transfer to the Blessed Tree that is situated in east of Jordan, where Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) had taken shelter more than 1400 years ago. After that, he made Dua for this tree. So, believe it, the tree is in the same condition, and yet not dry and withered away. Indeed, this is perfect proof for those, who have faith on one Allah. The Tree is still standing despite of several difficult seasons. Continue to Al Salt City to visit the shrine of Nabi Shuaib (PBUH). He is mentioned in the Quran. He is believed to have lived after prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) and Muslims believe that he was sent as a prophet to a community: the Midianites also known as the People of the Tree since they used to worship a large tree. Continue to the shrines of Nabi Ayyoub (PBUH) and Nabi Yoshaa Bin Noon (PBUH). Back to your hotel.

Overnight in Amman 

After breakfast, transfer to Al Mushattah Palace which is the ruin of an Umayyad winter palace probably commissioned by caliph Al-Walid II (743-744). The ruins are part of a string of castles, palaces and caravanserai known collectively in Jordan as the Desert Castles. Continue to Qasr Al Qastal which was an Umayyad palace. The building was approximately 68 meters square. The outer wall of the palace had 12 semi-circular towers at intervals between four large corner towers. Proceed to Qatrana Castle which was built in 1531 by the Ottomans. Then, transfer southwards to the battle field of Mu’tah. It was fought in 629 (8 AH) near the village of Mu’tah in Karak, between the forces of the Islamic prophetMuhammad and the forces of the Eastern Roman (ByzantineEmpire. During the battle, all three Muslim leaders fell one after the other as they took command of the force: first, Zayd Bin Haritha, then Jafar Bin Abi Talib, then Abdullah Bin Rawahah. Continue to visit the imposing Crusader castle of Karak. Proceed to your hotel in Petra.

Overnight in Petra

After breakfast, visit the Red Rose city of Petra, which was carved out of the solid Rock before about 2000 years ago by the Arab Nabateans. Start the tour on horse-back till the Dam area, then on foot pass by the fascinating narrow gorge (the Siq), which is about one kilometer long and eighty meters high. Once of a sudden you will be facing Petra’s most famous monument the Treasury (el-Khazneh). Free time for exploring the site. Continue to Wadi Rum; one of the world’s most colorful and unique landscapes of desert and mountain scenery. 

Overnight in Wadi Rum (under a tent) 

After breakfast, tour through Wadi Rum colored sands by Bedouin four-wheel drive vehicles for two hours.  Then, continue to Amman.

Overnight in Amman 

After breakfast, transfer to Abo Obaidah Bin Al-Jarrah who was one of companions of prophet Muhammad (PBUH). He remained commander of a large section of the Rashidun Army during the time of the Rashid Caliph Umar and was on the list of Umar’s appointed successors to the Caliphate. Continue to the shrines of Sahabas in the Jordan Valley like Sharahbeel Bin Hasanah & Moath Bin Jabal.

Proceed to the battle field of Yarmouk. The battle was a major battle between the Muslims and the armies of the Eastern Roman Empire. The battle consisted of a series of engagements that lasted for six days in 636, near the Yarmouk River, along what is today the border between Syria and Jordan, south-east of the Sea of Galilee. The result of the battle was a complete Muslim victory which ended Byzantine rule in Syria. Then, you will continue to Ajlun to visit the marvels of nature and the genius of medieval Arab military architecture Salah Eddin Castle, which was built in the year 1184. Return back to Amman.

Overnight in Amman

After breakfast, transfer to Queen Alia Int’l airport for departure.