Day Tour of Amman

Length of tour: 8 hours                             
Departure time:
4.30pm (16.30)


• $100 per person - more than 6 people  

• $110 per person - 3-6 people          
• $130 per person - 2 people          
• $200 - 1 person

Pickup at your hotel • Lunch • Private transportation •  Entrance fees • English-speaking guide 


Roman Theater  •  Citadel • Folklore Museum • Souks & Markets  •  Refugee Camp

This tour is a great introduction to Amman. Our guide will pick you up and start with a drive through New Amman ending up in the downtown area.

You'll then spend about 3 hours walking and visiting the Roman Theater, Citadel, and Temple of Hercules. In addition to visiting the historical sites, the guide will discuss the varieties of peoples who live in today's Amman, their histories, challenges, and political status. There will also be time for
shopping in the ancient souks.

Then off to a Palestinian refugee camp for lunch and discussions with refugees and representatives of a self-help organization in the camp.
You'll take a short walking tour in the camp.

You'll be dropped off at your hotel at the end of the day

Amman is a city of contrasts, a confluence of modernity and ancient traditions. The municipality is host to a wide variety of communities - from the aristocratic and traditional Bedouin, Palestinians originating from the Ottoman and British Mandate periods, and Palestinian refugees from the war and Nakbah of 1948 which led to the creation of Israel. There are also refugees from the six-day war in 1967 . More recently there has been an large influx of people from Iraq, fleeing the chaotic transition there, and seeking better opportunities. Together, the communities create a vibrant dynamic and a burgeoning cosmopolitan environment - Middle East style.

Make a Reservation

Fill out your details then pay the deposit to confirm your tour. 

•  Deposit for 1 person - $60 
•  Deposit for 2 people - $60
•  Deposit for 3 or more people - $20 per person

You will receive an email tour confirmation and an email receipt. The balance of the tour fee is due in cash at the tour, either in $US or Jordanian Dinars.