- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
- Trip Excludes
This trips takes you to the beautiful North of Jordan. Apart from the stunning highlights such as Petra and Wadi Rum, Jordan has wonderful scenic nature spots in the North. When you visit those places in Spring, you might forget for a while that you are in one of the driest countries in the world. The North is filled with greenery, rivers and even forests such as the Aljoun Forest Reserve, a protected nature reserve about 1.5 hours away from Amman.
Not far from the Forest Reserve, Ajloun Castle is located on top of a hill and marking one important Muslim strongholds protecting the valleys in the Ajloun area. It is built on the ruins of a monastery in the 12th century. The location on top of the hill allow for spectacular views over the green valleys of Ajloun and its surroundings.
From the castle we will cycle South through forests and remote areas. There is a good mix of up- and downhill sections. The ride is rather difficult and therefore targeted at advanced cyclists. If you take on that adventure, you will be rewarded with great views along one of the greenest cycling routes in Jordan. After a long descent at the end we will reach the Zarqa river West of the King Talal Dam.
No details found.
- Meet & Assist at Amman Airport.
- Individual transfer from/to Amman Airport.
- Watter Bottle
- Meals (as indicated)
- local English-speaking guide
- Cycling guide / mechanic for cycling days who cycles with the group.
- Support cycling truck for cycling days.
- Bike (Scott Aspect 740 27,5″ or Sub cross 30) and helmet hire on cycling days.
- Snack breaks on cycling days
- Accommodation as per itinerary, sharing in a twin room with another member of the group of the same gender. (A supplement applies for a single room, available on request).
- Airport drop off
- Tips for service providers (drivers, guides, camping/ hotel staff, etc.).
- International flights
- Domestic flights
- Travel insurance.
- Alcohol drinks.
- Visa fees
- Any airfare.
- Any optional services.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
No Details Found