Private Full Day Jerash And Amman City Sightseeing Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 6 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    9:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Your centrally located Amman hotel
  • Return Details :
    Tour returns to original point of departure
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Witness the classical antiquities of Amman and Jerash on this 6-hour private tour. Traveling between the sites by air-conditioned vehicle, take guided tours of the sun-burnished ancient ruins of Amman Citadel and see the citys stellar Roman Amphitheater, a 6,000-seater stadium from the 2nd century. Then, drive to the spectacular ruins of Jerash, one of the Middle Easts best-preserved Roman cities. Stroll around the semi-crumbled temples, fountains, column-ringed Oval Plaza and, other relics as your guide tells fascinating stories of the city, once a prosperous outpost of the Roman Empire.

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Begin your 6-hour private tour with a pick up from your central Amman hotel, and travel by comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle to the hilltop Citadel that rises up over the Jordanian capital. On route, hear interesting facts behind this rock-top collection of Roman, Byzantine and early Islamic ruins and head inside to explore. See the stunning Roman temple, colonnaded streets and other relics as a guide unravels the history of each monument. Continue to Ammans spectacular, 2nd-century Roman Amphitheater, once part of the ancient city of Philadelphia that once stood on the site of todays modern capital. Admire the scale and symmetry of the stunning, 6,000-seater arena, and hear from your guide how it was built to face north to shelter spectators from the fiercest heat of the sun. Having explored here, sit back and relax as you leave Amman and drive to the archaeological ruins at Jerash. Soak up the views of the passing towns and desert landscapes, and along the way, hear the history of Jerash. Largely established by Alexander the Great in the 2nd century BC, this ancient city was one of the most prosperous in the Roman Empire, and was covered by sand for centuries until its remnants were discovered in 1806. Head through the ancient city gate and walk around the well-preserved ruins as your guide tells you tales about the city in its heyday. See its arches, theaters and elegant colonnaded street and snap photos of the stunning Oval Plaza, the intriguing egg-shaped public square framed by standing columns. After your walking tour, return to Amman where your experience finishes with a drop-off at your hotel.


Hotel pick up and drop off

Private Transfer by air-conditioned vehicle according number of participants

English-Speaking Driver

Local English-Speaking Guide at Amman Citadel and for the classic visit of Jerash

Entry/Admission - Roman Amphitheater

Entry/Admission - The Citadel

Entry/Admission - Jerash Ruins


All type of meals, unless option with lunch selected (Vegetarian meal by request)

All type of beverages

All type of gratuities (Tips to the Driver) Recommended

Personal Expenses

Anything else not mentioned

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

For clients holding Jordan Pass, the corresponding entrance fees to be returned directly in destination.

Pick up and drop off from Amman Queen Alia International Airport available by request for lay over day tour.

Local SIM cards and Wi-Fi are available upon request and can be subject to a small additional charge approximately: 20 USD. (Prices subject to change by the communication company).

Tours with lunch: Most local tourist restaurants in Jordan are non-alcoholic.

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Traveler Reviews

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  • 08-Sep-2017

    Must see! Highly recommended. However tourism board's guide at the site was only interested in tips and started discussing tips right from the start of the tour.

  • 17-Jul-2017

    What an amazing historical site! Absolutely amazing.....beautiful!

  • 09-Apr-2017

    Tour driver was more than a half hour late picking me up, and when I called the local tour operator number it was out of service, I had to call Viator for help. When I asked the driver how long it would take to drive to Jerash he told me a landslide had blocked the main road and it would take 2-1/2 hours each way, well more than the time I had just to drive to and from. I wondered if, had I not inquired, he would have just started driving me there anyway! He took me on a tour of Amman and some locations south of Amman toward the airport, from which he had picked me up on a private arrangement. The driver was not knowledgeable of the places he took me and I mainly figured out what I was seeing myself. Driver spent a lot of time on what appeared to be personal cell phone calls. While taking me back to the airport the driver pressured me to write, sign and give to him an evaluation while I was still dependent on him getting mew back to the airport in time for my connecting flight, so if he shows that as proof what a great job he did, it was coerced. I made the best of a bad situation. I still have confidence in Viator but would not recommend this driver or this local provider.

  • 21-Feb-2016

    This tour was very expensive.

  • 31-May-2014

    Excellent tour! This reminded me of Pompeii, but in the middle of the dessert! great tour guide!

  • 16-Jan-2014

    The Amman City part of this tour was not too great but Jerash made up for that. One of the better things to see in Jordan.

  • 29-Nov-2012

    Top rating for such experience, one of the best guide and highly professional drive. Impressive historical site in perfect condition.

  • 14-Apr-2012

    You get the loveliest travel guide if you manage to get Shaadi, in saying that Jerash is lovely, you will get a guide who expects a tip (as do most people in Jordan) but Amman, not much to see and glad we left it to the last day as we were a tad exhausted by that stage. Shaadi was accoomodating of our request to see the experience the real food of Jordan, went to a lovely restaurant serving local food and eating with the locals.

  • 25-Jan-2012

    It was an Amazing, But I did not like the Tour Guide telling me he depends on tips to survive and demanding a tip from me. Very unprofessional and a complete turn off.

  • 23-Jun-2011

    I saw a lot and it was a good tour.

    I payed for the driver in this package. This tour was very expensive because I was by myself.

    I did not like the driver telling me he depends on tips to survive and demanding a tip from me. Very unprofessional and a complete turn off.

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