'Ahlan wa Sahlan' is the arabic word you will be greeted with when you are in Jordan. Ahlan is to say "you're like my family"; Sahlan is to say "take it easy"
So it means: "you're like my family and so take it easy."
Jordan has been one of the safest destinations in the region of conflicts. It has been delighting tourists for centuries with its world heritage sites, friendly towns and inspiring desert landscapes. Jordan is a unique destination offering breathtaking and mysterious sights, high standard accommodation, exquisite cuisine and countless activities that can provide visitors with inspiration, motivation, and rejuvenation.
Dead Sea - Lowest spot on earth
At 1,312 feet below sea level, the super-salty body of water (actually a lake) is the low point of any tour in this Middle Eastern kingdom. The Dead Sea, in fact, is the lowest spot on earth.
The Dead Sea is nine times saltier than normal seawater. (Because of the high mineral content, nothing can live in this water-that's why they call it dead.)
Al Khazneh - Incredible edifice
A Roman temple hewn from the rock - Al Khazneh. It is an incredible edifice. Petra was built in the sixth century BC as the capital city of the Nabataean Kingdom, and the "Roman temple" is in fact a Nabataean tomb. The Nabataeans were an ancient people made up of Arabs from southern Jordan, Canaan and northern Arabia who commanded the peninsula's main trading network for over seven centuries. They were sophisticated merchants wealthy enough to buy off threatening Roman armies on more than one occasion.