Located between two seas, one Red and the other Dead, Jordan is a small country invaded by the desert and long inhabited exclusively by nomads, a crossroad between the Mediterranean world and the East, where many civilizations followed one another. They have left some splendid remains, among the most important of the Middle East: the Roman city of Jerash, cross fortresses, the Umayyad castles of the desert and, of course, the wonderful Petra, city dug in the rock by the Nabataeans.

Jordanians treat each visitor as a VIP guest. Some Bedouins will also invite you under their tent. You will then understand what hospitality means in this magical country.