Jordan Photography Tour

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Jordan Photography Tour

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Jordan is a photographer’s delight, rich in spectacular, magnificent mystic landscapes and historic sites.

Tour Highlights:

  • Practice landscape photography, night photography, nature Photography with many chances for stunning and sunset and sunrise photos.
  • Explore the Red rose city of Petra.
  • Hike the backdoor to Petra.
  • Photograph the camels and the vast desert of Wadi Rum.
  • Photograph the night skies and milky way in Wadi Rum.
  • Photograph the Sea salt crystal formations at the Dead Sea.
  • Photograph the Greco Roman ruins of Jerash.
  • Explore the markets of the downtown of Amman and the ruins of the Citadel.
  • Photograph the breathtaking views of Dana reserve and the old ottoman village.
  • Tour Madaba – The City of Mosaics.


Arrive to Queen Alia International Airport. An optional airport transfer can be arranged from QAIA onto Amman (Supplements apply).

Overnight in Amman.

After breakfast, head north to walk through history in Jerash, regarded as one of the most important and best-preserved Roman cities in the Middle East. You will spend your time exploring and photographing the location. Later on, this day drive back to Amman, tour the old city and walk through the old markets, viewing the Al-Husseini Mosque. Your guide will take you through some of the back streets, markets and shops of the old city to practice some street Photography techniques around the city center. Then explore the Citadel where you will get to photograph the Temple of Hercules, a Byzantine church, and the Umayyad Palace and the Roman Theatre, two of the Most popular archaeological sites in the city. Overnight in Amman.

Driving distance from Amman to Jerash – Approx. 1 hour

After breakfast, you start the journey to the south, beginning with Mount Nebo and wonder at the view where Moses looked across to the Promised Land and later died and was buried. Then on to the town of Madaba and discover the amazing Byzantine mosaics excavated from throughout the town. See the ‘Madaba Map’, the oldest preserved mosaic map of the Holy Lands. Continue south to the ancient crusader castle in Karak, exploring the maze of stone-vaulted halls and passageways. The city of Karak was the capital of Moab and the castle dominates the skyline. The castle provides an impressive insight into the architectural and military skills of the Crusaders. Head to the Dana Nature Reserve overlooking the Wadi Dana. Time to explore the old village and stroll around enjoying the fresh air and views. Take Bird’s-eye views photos of Dana Reserve. Drive to the Rummana Campsite. It is located on a very nice place near a cliff where you have great views over the Dana Reserve. Be sure to enjoy both sunset and sunrise photography. Overnight at Rummana Campsite.

Travel distance from Amman to Mount nebo is around 45 mins.

Travel distance from Mount nebo to Madaba is around 15-20 mins.

Travel distance from Madaba to Kerak is around 2 hours.

Travel distance from Kerak to Dana is around 2 hours.

Before breakfast, you will enjoy sunrise photography to experience Dana’s Reserve in all its glory with lots of subjects to photograph like mountains, rock formations and landscapes! After breakfast, you will have a free time to explore and photography the reserve on your own. Then drive to Little Petra, it’s time to start your hike. Enter Petra via ‘The Back Door’ avoiding most of the tourists. Good tracks go pleasantly down Wadi Ghurab amidst sandstone mountains guarding the approaches to Petra. This way follows a Nabataean route out of the valley and skirting around the final mountain on a natural rock terrace which has been ‘improved’ for the safety of walkers. Even so, it still narrows slightly before reaching a hidden plateau high above the impressive chasm of Wadi Siyyagh. Just beyond, carved into the cliff face, ‘The Monastery’ suddenly comes into view, where there is a Bedouin café for refreshments if you would like. Nabataean steps then lead down into ancient Petra; through which the route goes before exiting past ‘The Treasury’ and through the famous ‘Petra Siq’ to the shops, cafés and hotels of Wadi Musa.

Hiking Distance 10-14Km, Ascent 496m, Descent 519m

Driving from Dana to Petra takes around 1 hour.

A Masterpiece half as old as time; The Red Rose city of Petra. Marvel at the beauty of the ‘Lost City’, exploring its many caves and tombs. Walk through the Siq and be astounded at the magnificent Treasury, the entrance guarding the ancient Nabatean city, now one of the Modern 7 Wonders of the World. Time to then explore the city further, such as Qasr Al-Bint or the Royal Tombs. You will spend a few hours touring the ancient city, as you try to absorb the scope of its size while photographing the fascinating scenes that unfold around each corner.

At night, you will experience and photograph Petra by night (run only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays).

Overnight in Petra.

Depart Petra and head to Wadi Rum where you will enjoy a 2-Hour Jeep tour to see the desert. Then you will be transferred to the camp where you will be having your lunch and a free time there. Slightly Before Sunset you will have a 1 Hour Camel ride sunset tour through the desert while the sky lights up in warm orange and yellow tones. Then back to your camp. By night you get a clear view of the Milky Way streaking across the sky, and will recognize shooting stars and volumes of stars. Great opportunity of night/stars photography.

Drive from Petra to Wadi Rum takes around 2 Hours. Overnight in Wadi Rum.

Wake up in the beautiful desert with its awe-inspiring cliff sided mountains – the Wadi Rum UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today we’ll explore by Jeep Safari, stopping in various places with time to explore and take photos of the sand dunes, rock bridges, mountains, white desert and ancient inscriptions. Lunch will be served while on the tour, in the middle of the desert. Overnight in Wadi Rum.

After having breakfast in Wadi Rum, you will drive to the lowest point on earth to float and relax at the Dead Sea. Enjoy the sunshine and view whilst trying out the invigorating mud bath to cleanse the skin. Before Sunset time we will transfer you to the Dead Sea salt formation spot where you will have the chance to capture some long exposure seascape photos and practice blurred water effects, combining slow shutter speeds and ND filters. Bringing your polarizing and neutral density filters is highly recommended. Overnight in Dead Sea.

Driving distance from Wadi Rum to the Dead Sea around 4 hours.

Make your own arrangements to Queen Alia International Airport. An optional airport transfer can be arranged from the Dead Sea onto QAIA (Supplements apply).

You will need to be at the airport 3 hours prior your flight.

Drive from the Dead Sea to QAIA takes around 45 Minutes. End of service


  • Accommodation: 8 nights (See Accommodation tab for more).
  • Meals: 8 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches, 6 Dinners (See Food tab for more)
  • Transportation as per itinerary from Days 2 – 8
  • English-Speaking Licensed guide from days 2-8.
  • Full day Jeep tour in Wadi Rum on day 7.
  • 2 Hour Jeep tour in Wadi Rum, 1 Hour Sunset Camel ride and 2 Hour night photography on day 6.
  • Entrance fees to the sites not included in the Jordan Pass.
  • Jordan Pass – “Jordan Explorer” (Visa & Entrance Fees to the sites included in the Jordan Pass)
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off
  • Tips for service providers (guides, drivers, hotel staff, etc.)
  • All personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic drinks and Personal Expenses
  • Ticket to Petra by night event (Runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays).
  • Travel and health insurance
  • Any airfare
  • Exit tax from Jordan
  • Soft drinks with meals.
  • Travel and Camera Gear Insurance.
  • Special entry permits to Petra, Jerash and Citadel.

Starting Location: 1st night’s hotel. (If the airport pick-up option is selected, then the starting location is at the airport.)

Ending Location: Last night’s hotel. (If the airport drop-off option is selected, then the ending location is at the airport.)

See below the list of meals included in our itinerary

Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 3: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Breakfast


On days when lunches, dinners are not included, you will have meals on your own so as to give you some flexibility with your dinning options. We strongly encourage you to explore around and try out local restaurants.

*Vegetarian and vegan options are available.

Day 1: 3-star hotel in Amman (twin-share)

Day 2: 3-star hotel in Amman (twin-share)

Day 3: 3-star hotel in Amman (twin-share)

Day 4: 3-star hotel in Petra (twin-share)

Day 5: 3-star hotel in Petra (twin-share)

Day 6: Bedouin Camp in Wadi Rum (twin-share) with shared toilets and showers.

Day 7: 5-star hotel at the Dead Sea (twin-share)

Day 8: 3-star hotel in Amman (twin-share)

Day 9: N/A

  • Good fitness level is required. You will need to be comfortable with longer days of touring (both walking tours and coach/transport time).
  • Expect to stay up late and get up early for Sunrise and Night Photography.
  • Beginner, amateur, enthusiast, semi-pro photographers and pro photographers. Non-photographers are also welcomed.
  • The classic Tent features a comfortable bedroom with 2 beds with no AC and shared toilet and showers.
  • Upgrade to Deluxe tents is optional (supplements apply). Deluxe Tents are classic style Bedouin tents with AC and Private bathroom NOT a Bubble, Dome or Martian tents style!
  • The Rummana Campsite and all the hikes within the campsite area are open from the 15th of March until the 31st of October, dates are subject to amendment based on weather conditions.
  • Rummana Campsite contains 20 standard tents (with maximum capacity of 60 persons per night). Electricity is not available at the Rummana Campsite, it is advised to bring your own torch. Towels are not available. Toilets are shared.
  • Camera gear. (Recommended Camera Gear: DSLR camera with tripod and remote shutter release.
  • A telephoto zoom lens, such as a 70-200 mm, ND Filters.
  • Additional Batteries & Memory Cards
  • Wide angle lens low f-stop (f1.4-f2.8) Preferably
  • Camera lens cleaning equipment as it can get dusty in the desert

Here are some things you are not allowed to bring to Jordan:
1- Drones
2- Binoculars

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