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Travel in Jordan
St. George and JR Wines are two top wineries in Jordan. Visit their tasting rooms near Amman or visit their vineyards in the northern region.
We hadn’t planned to experience Ramadan in Jordan and Yom Kippur in Israel back-to-back, but the result was a rewarding and unique travel experience.
The once lost city of Petra, hidden in a deep canyon in southwest Jordan, is an archaeological site rivaling any in the world. Here’s an inside look at this magnificent historical treasure.
Elayne Jude offers her fashionable insight on what to wear when visiting a Muslim country.
Most travelers to Jordan head straight to Petra, but don’t miss spending a day in the capital city.
Across Jordan’s vast desert rise mini-fortresses, magnificent palaces that provided escape for rulers long ago.
Petra’s Monastery is one of the most popular attractions in Jordan. But what do you do when you can’t make the 850 steps to the top?