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Journeys in Time

Journeys in Time

Each of our adventures is a journey in time; immersing you deep in history, and leaving you with an unforgettable experience. In each adventure, the places you visit, the people you meet, and the battles you witness, are all elements of the same story, a story that happened once upon a time, and will happen here once again. The only difference being: you are now part of it.

 

Wadi Rum

In Wadi Rum, one of the most breathtaking places on earth, and the filming location of some of Hollywood’s finest films, events that shaped the Middle East as we know it today had taken place. In 1916, Arabs launched a revolt against the oppression of the Ottoman Empire’s government, demanding freedom and independence.

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Petra

Carved in stone more than 2500 years ago, the once lost city of Petra is today considered one of the new seven wonders of the world. This magnificent city was once capital to the Nabateans, and was a major trade hub and an oasis for traders and their caravans. Known for its peaceful culture and religious tolerance, traces of all religions and Gods worshipped at the time can be found in the scriptures on the walls of the rose-red city.

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Shobak

Located in the south, at one of the highest elevations above sea level in Jordan, is Shobak, a city deeply rooted in history. This geographic location as a link between the Levant and Egypt gave Shobak a strategic value. That’s why the Crusaders built the Montreal castle there almost a thousand years ago, and their loss of Montreal to the Ayyoubids contributed to the eventual defeat of the Crusaders. But again, when the Ayyoubids lost Montreal to the Mamloukis, it was a matter of time before their reign ended.

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Umm Qais

Situated in the North of Jordan, Umm Qais is another city rooted deep in history. Standing on top of one of its hills, visitors can enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the sea of Galilee and the Golan heights. The old city, Gadara, dates back to more than 2400 years, when it was one the Roman Empire’s Decapolis, and had a special strategic importance as it was the crossing of numerous trade routes between Palestine and Syria. Umm Qais’ importance continued through history, to become an important financial center for the Ottoman empire, and most recently, one of the most advanced fronts in the six-day war between Arabs and Israelis in 1967.

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