India’s friendship with Jordan is legendary. Now with Indians availing `Visa on Arrival` in Jordan, this Middle Eastern country has taken one more step in strengthening its bond with India. Of course, the Indian tourists need to be in a group of at least five people with confirmed return tickets. This facility extends to MICE groups and FIT groups as well.
Once you are done with all the paperwork at the Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, there’s a lot you can explore in this arid land of biblical fame. The business traveller has a lot to look forward to. State-of-the-art convention centres, resorts for business outings, modern-day business infrastructure and 5-star hotels in its major countries.
Travel to the Dead Sea and pamper yourself with the medicinal properties of the famous mud there. Non-swimmers can venture quite a distance into the Dead Sea without any fear for nobody, yes nobody can drown in it due to the high saline factor. I did that and floated to my heart’s content on both the days that I was there.
The striking and ancient civilisation of Petra evokes awe from every visitor and you’ll bring back cherished memories for a lifetime. Recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site and listed among the New Seven Wonders of the World, Petra is Jordan’s best known tourist attraction. Given its vivid landscape and Nature’s bounty, Jordan is rated as one of the most romantic countries across the globe.
For the spiritually inclined, there’s Bethany, Madaba and Mount Nebo. Jordan is also just the right place for the adventurous. Atop its hilly terrain and deep in the bed of its beautiful waters lie many adventures waiting to be uncovered. Go on, explore!