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Discover Jordan- An Amazing Journey

Do you know Jordan? This country of contrasts, this desert wedged between the two seas…. wonder which part to meet some of the most beautiful expressions of nature, caves, trails improvised mountain plateau …

Visiting Jordan, discover the many faces of this country crossroads between the Mediterranean and the east you will live a dream. Lawrence of Arabia said in the seven pillars of wisdom: “All men dream, but unequally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day and find that it was vanity: but the dreamer’s daytime are dangerous men, for they can play their dream with open eyes, to make it possible. That’s what I did. ”

Come dream through its scenery breathtaking. Browse through the Wadi Rum, the unassuming desert, garden and yellow ocher and reassemble its small faults, slide a tray in the back of another stack, find the hole in its vast systems of jumps and ledges where the kid dying of Lawrence of Arabia continues to soar. Come explore this geological curiosity that is the great arch.

Indeed, Jordan has a unique set of sites as gorgeous and fascinating. From the amazing archaeological wealth of Petra with its amphitheater and royal tombs, theaters fairytale of Gadara, a city of miracles through the mild Mediterranean Dana, this country is full of wonders literally equally splendid.

Immerse yourself in the heart of the Middle East, the treasures of history and nature. Amman, the capital of Jordan bewitching welcome you and offer you a unique blend of modern and breathe of ancient remains. This city has seen Roman, Byzantine and number of civilizations; you will tell his story carved in sandstone through its streets and its architectural wonders. But Amman, modern city full of life, you also carry with its shopping, chic restaurants and art galleries.

Your journey to kingdom Hashemite, you keep a lasting memory, hospitality and willingness to treat every visitor as an honored guest you will treasure forever. Bedouins will invite you to welcome move of formulas endlessly to taste their coffee with cardamom in their goat-hair tent. Total immersion in the traditions of the Arab world with hookah, tea tasting and camel rides.

On your trip to Jordan, you will return amazed. You’ll want one, go back and see other landscapes, enjoy other tastes and get drunk again and again, exhaling the perfumes of the streets.

A Complete Travel Guide to Rajasthan in India

India’s best tourism place.

Rajasthan, the largest state of the Republic of India, is the best tourism spot in India. Most of its area is covers by the Great Indian Desert known as Thar Desert which has an edge paralleling Satluj-Indus river along with its borders to Pakistan. It covers an area of 132,150 sq miles. This state constitutes 10.41% of the total area of country.

The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur, also known as the ‘Pink City’. One of the world’s oldest mountain ranges, Aravali ranges, is present in Rajasthan and cradles the only hill station of this state, Mt Abu. There are also two famous national tiger reserves- Ranthambore and Sariska Tiger Reserves and a Keoladeo National Park near Bharatpur which is famous for its Bird life.

Rajasthan Tourism:

Tourism is the most flourished industry in Rajasthan because of its popularity due to enriched culture and a great history. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, forts of Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and other places are the most preferred destinations in Rajasthan that are visited by Indian tourists as well as foreigners. Tourism accounts for 8% of states domestic product.

Rajasthan is famous for the majestic forts, and well decorated ‘havelis’ that were built by Rajput kings in previous ages. Architectural structures like Lake Palace, Hawa Mahal, Mehrangarh Fort, City Palaces, Dilwara temples or Jaisalmer Forts are the true heritage of India.

Jaipur is known as pink city because all the ancient houses are made of a type of sandstone having a pink tone. Jain temples are scattered all over Rajasthan from east to west and north to south; like Dilwara Temple at Mount Abu, Ranakpur Temple dedicated to Lord Adinath near Udapiur.

Rajasthan is often known as paradise for shoppers. This state is famous for its handicrafts, semi-precious stones, textile products. The designs of jewelleries are attractive and have an ancient touch. Jaipur is famous for its jewelleries. Rajasthani furniture is best piece of art and presents the ancient culture. Handicrafts are in international demand because of intricate work done on them. Rajasthan Tours is the most popular place among shoppers because it provides cheap prices for quality products.

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