Petra is now a ruined city of the Nabataeans, located in the south-west Jordan. It is located in a rocky valley, which leads one narrow road among the rocks gorge As-Sik. Petra is famous for its buildings carved into the rocks. In ancient times, during the period from the third century BC to the first century AD, the city experienced its glory days, being the capital of the Nabateans. They called themselves the Nabataeans Petra RQM (Rakmu), which means “multicolored”.
Departure from Sharm el Sheikh, about 3:00 in the morning. Transfer to the port of Nuweiba (approx. 45 min.). In Nuweiba change the hydrofoil, which transports tourists to the coastal city of Aqaba-Jordan (90 min.). Then drive to Petra (ok.2h) air-conditioned coach. When you arrive on foot crossing to Petra through a narrow canyon that leads to the Red Rock. Walking the Treasury (Khazaneh), the Roman Theatre and the caves in the rocks of impressive monuments. On the way back from Petra dinner in the hotel restaurant included (drinks extra cost.). Drive to Aqaba, a return trip by hydrofoil to the port of Nuweiba and then return to Taba bus around 21:30.Remarks:
By bus and hydrofoil – $ 250 (Tuesday, Friday)
Children from 2 to 12 years – $ 250
- Price includes visa fees and taxes border in Jordan
- The trip should take your passport and pick up from hoteu breakfast package which zamwaia themselves for the reception dinner.
- We advise you to bring comfortable shoes.
- To participate in the tour enough free visa “Sinai Only” issued at the airport upon arrival. Pay Egyptian visa expires if you are going on a trip to Petra. On his return is issued free visa “Sinai Only”. Therefore, if you want to see both Petra and take part in excursions, which paid a visa is required, traveled to Petra should be planned as the last, so as not to expose themselves to additional costs.