Arabic courses + Tourism

Offer 1 :

1 month of Arabic  courses, including a taxi pick up at the airport, accommodation (sharing flat with foreigners and/or Arabs next to the University of Jordan) and a weekend in  the North of Jordan 2 days (Jerash, Ajloun, Jordan Valley, Pella and Um Queis).

 

Offer 2 :

2 months of Arabic courses, including a taxi pick up at the airport, accommodation (sharing flat with foreigners and/or Arabs next to the University of Jordan) and 2 weekends in the North, East and West of Jordan 4 days (Jerash, Ajloun, Jordan Valley, Pella, Um Queis, Desert Castles, Amman, Madaba, Mount Nebo and Dead Sea).

 

Offer 3 :

3 months of Arabic courses, including a taxi pick up at the airport, accommodation, (sharing flat with foreigners and / or Arabs next to the University of Jordan) and 3 weekends in the North, Center and South of Jordan 7 days (Jerash, Ajloun, Jordan Valley, Pella, Um Queis, Desert Castles, Amman, Madaba, Mount Nebo, Dead Sea, Kerak, Showbak, Petra, Wadi Rum and Aquaba).

 

Offer 4 :

4 months of Arabic courses, including a taxi pick up at the airport, accommodation (sharing flat with foreigners and /or Arabs next to the University of Jordan) and 3 trips to discover Jordan from the North to the South and from the East to the West, 7 days (Jerash, Ajloun, Jordan Valley, Pella, Um QueisDesert Castles, Amman, Madaba, Mount Nebo, Dead Sea, Kerak, Showbak, Petra, Wadi Rum and Aquaba). .

 

– The prices for all offers above include trips’ transportation, entry tickets, and meals. When we are sleeping out of Amman, tent and hotel nights stay will be also included.

– If  you travel with a group and have a hotel stay, you share the room with someone. However, if you would prefer to be alone in the hotel room or in the tent  you have to pay 20 JD/ 29 USD extra.

– A guide (your teacher if possible) goes with you.

 

The 3 trips for Offer 4:

First weekend

Day 1 : Amman – Jordan Valley – Pella – Um Qais – Amman

We will leave in the morning to the Jordan Valley which has a historical and religious heritage, via Salt, the first capital of Jordan.  Stop at Pella which has relics from the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods.  Then, visit Um Qais, the old Greco-Roman city which offers a beautiful panorama on the Lake Tiberias, the Jordan Rift Valley and the heights of Golan.

 

Day 2: Amman – Jerash – Ajloun – Amman

We will leave in the morning to Jerash, one of the most wonderful Roman cities preserved in the Near-East. Called the city of the 1000 pillars, this Greco-Roman city has been embellished successively during its “Pax Romana” (“Roman Peace”), then under Hadrian’reign, the well-read traveler.

You will discover its colonnades, its temples, its theaters, its churches, the cardo-maximus, the tetrapyles and the souk.

Lunch then drive to Ajloun and its amazing landscapes to visit the castle restored by Qala’ at ar-Rabad located on the top of a hill, where where you will have an impressive view over the Jordan Rift Valley and the Judea. Return to Amman. 

 

Second weekend  :

Day 1 : Amman – Desert Castles – Amman

We will leave in the morning to the arid East in order to visit the Desert Castles:  Qasr Al Kharaneh, Qasr Amra and Qasr Al-Azraq, the varied architectural hunting lodges that were built by the Umayyad caliphates of Damascus in the 8th century.

Lunch and return to Amman scheduled in the afternoon to visit  the antique and current capital of Jordan, built on seven hills. Discovery of the Citadel, located on one of the highest hills. Visit of the Roman Theater, the archaeological museum, the museum of Popular Traditions and the King Abdallah mosque .

Day 2: Amman- Madaba- Nebo- Dead Sea- Amman

We will leave in the morning to Madaba where you will see the unique map of the Holy Land in St. George Church 6th C. AD. Then, we will continue heading to the Sanctuary at Mount Nebo, the Memorial burial place of Prophet Moses.  Lunch and bathing at the Dead Sea. Return to Amman scheduled in the afternoon.

 

Third weekend:

Day 1: Amman – Kerak – Showbak – Beidha – Petra

 

We will leave in the morning to Kerak to visit its castle established by the crusaders and renowned to be impregnable, a fortress of the 7th century. Lunch on the road and driving southward to visit Showback where is located the 2nd crusaders‘castle. Then, visit of the small Petra which was used as a caravanserai during the Nabateans‘period. Arrived at Petra, dinner and hotel stay. After arriving in Petra, we will have dinner there/at the hotel.

 

Day 2: Petra – Wadi Rum

 

Free day dedicated to the touching ‘Pink City’, sworn UNESCO World Heritage. This outstanding troglodyte city is a unique place, built 2000 years ago by the Nabateans.

You will have the chance to cross the Siq, famous narrow pathway between two mountains and you will see the Treasury, the obelisks ‘ tombstone, the jinns ‘ tombstone, the theater, a church, the Romans’ ruins, the Monastery (a Nabatean tombstone turned into a church at the byzantine time), etc. Lunch while visiting, drive to Wadi Rum in the afternoon to have dinner in the tent followed by a dance.

Day 3: Wadi Rum – Aqaba – Amman

 

Breakfast, free morning to discover the exceptional landscapes of Wadi Rum – we suggest you to have a walk or a camel ride or a 4×4 tour, committed to your charge.

It is enjoyable to admire the sand plains, the unusual rock formations eroded by sand and wind.

Lunch and bathing at Aqaba, return to Amman scheduled at the end of the afternoon.