Jordon is one of the most popular touristic destinations in the Middle East. Featured for its remarkable historical sites and astonishing natural phenomenon, many travelers from all over the world come to enjoy their vacations in Jordon.
Away from the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth and the saltiest water surface around the globe, the other major attraction tourists who travel to Jordon, would surely love to explore is Petra.
Cut out of the rocks of mountains, Petra is popular for its matchless pink structures. Founded during the 4th century BC, by the Nabataeans Dynasty, Petra was included in the UNESCO World Hertiage Site in 1985. Discovered at the beginning of the 19th century, several tourists who spend their holidays in Jordon love to explore Petra.