Jordan Cruise Deals
Virtually all of Jordan’s landmass is land-locked, with just a tiny stretch of coastline meeting the Red Sea. Here you’ll find the ancient city of Aqaba, over 6,000 years old, and your gateway to Jordan’s wonders, including the sandstone cliffs of Petra, the desert valley of Wadi Rum, and the salt waters of the Dead Sea. Aqaba takes your breath away from your very first sighting across the deep blue waters of the Red Sea. The city is a startling mix of ancient and modern. Journey further into Jordan to see the ancient sandstone city of Petra, an incredible wonder in a country full of amazing sights, described as the ‘rose red city, half as old as time’. Jordan’s Mediterranean-style climate provides hot and mostly dry summers, with temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius, and cool, humid winters, when temperatures average in the mid-teens.