Ruined Roman cities, Crusader castles, desert citadels and powerful biblical sites: the brook where Jesus was baptized, the fortress where Herod beheaded John the Baptist and the mountain top where Moses cast eyes on the Promised Land. Biblical scenes are not just consigned to the past in Jordan; you’ll see plenty of men wearing full-flowing robes and leading herds of livestock across the timeless desert. But it’s not all crusty ruins. Jordan’s capital Amman is a modern, culturally diverse Arab city which is light-years away from the typical clichés of Middle Eastern exoticism. This is where Lawrence of Arabia, Holy land, bible stories,ancient cities, lost cities and Ancient stories are thousands of years old been told ! Jordan is one of the most welcoming and hospitable countries of the world.
this where you get invited by total strangers to their homes to eat and sleep over.