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How plan your entire Jordan trip within 30 days with a limited budget

How plan your entire Jordan trip within 30 days with a limited budget
How plan your entire Jordan trip within 30 days with a limited budget

I’d be happy to help plan a 30-day trip to Jordan on a budget! Here’s a sample itinerary:

Day 1-3: Arrive in Amman, check into budget accommodation (cost: around $20-25 per night)

  • Travel method: Fly into Queen Alia International Airport, then take a taxi or bus to your hotel (cost: around $10-15 for a taxi)
  • Activities: Visit the Roman Theatre, Amman Citadel, and explore the city.

Day 4-6: Take a bus or car to Petra

  • Travel method: Take a bus or rent a car from Amman to Petra (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Treasury, Monastery, and take a hike through the Siq.

Day 7-9: Take a bus or car to Wadi Rum

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Petra to Wadi Rum (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Khazali Canyon, Lawrence’s Spring, and take a camel ride through the desert.

Day 10-12: Take a bus or car to Aqaba

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Wadi Rum to Aqaba (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Aqaba Fortress, Tala Bay, and take a snorkeling trip in the Red Sea.

Day 13-15: Take a bus or car to Jerash

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Aqaba to Jerash (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Hadrian’s Arch, Temple of Artemis, and take a walk through the ancient city.

Day 16-18: Take a bus or car to Amman

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Jerash to Amman (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the King Abdullah Mosque, Royal Automobile Museum, and take a walk in the Rainbow Street.

Day 19-21: Take a bus or car to Madaba

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Amman to Madaba (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Madaba Mosaic Map, Saint George’s Church, and take a hike to Mount Nebo.

Day 22-24: Take a bus or car to Karak

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Madaba to Karak (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Karak Castle, Al Khazneh, and take a hike to the Karak Wadi.

Day 25-27: Take a bus or car to Dana

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Karak to Dana (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Dana Reserve, Feynan Ecolodge, and take a hike in the Dana Biosphere Reserve.

Day 28-30: Return to Amman

  • Travel method: Take a bus or car from Dana to Amman (cost: around $20-25 per person, or $30-40 for a car rental)
  • Activities: Visit the Jordan Museum, Al-Hussein Mosque, and do some last-minute shopping.

Note: This is a sample itinerary and can be adjusted to your preferences. Prices and activities may vary depending on the season, please check the current situation before planning your trip. Also, please note that the cost of accommodation, food, and other personal expenses are not included in this budget. Some additional activities you could consider are visiting the Jerash Festival, the Dead Sea or taking a cooking class. It’s important to book accommodations and transportation ahead of time as it can save you money and also make sure you have a place to stay. Also, It is important to note that getting around Jordan can be cheaper by using local transportation such as buses and cars instead of flying. Additionally, Jordan offers a variety of sites and activities to see and do, like visiting the Wadi Mujib, the Dead Sea, the Royal Automobile Museum and the Jordan Museum. Hiking, camel or horseback riding, and snorkeling are some of the activities that can be done during your trip. However, please be aware that some of these activities may have additional costs. It is important to research and budget for these extra expenses before your trip.

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