Travel and Leisure
Tracing not only hiking paths, but also the region’s rich cultural and historical heritages, Michaela Trimble followed the Jordan Trail from Dana to Petra. Read more
The Washington Post
Travel journalist Anja Mutic discovers the small city of Umm Qais – the northern starting point for both the Jordan Trail and the Jordan Bike Trail – where tourism projects have brought new life and economic perspectives. Read more
Michaela Trimble reports about American’s increasing interest in traveling to the Middle East. Don’t miss Matt Loveland’s statement about Jordan as a safe and uniquely diverse traveling destination! Read more
“In May, I had the bracing experience of hiking a 45-mile section of the rugged Jordan Trail, recently named by National Geographic Traveler as one of the best hikes in the world. […] As I walked in amber sandstone Wadis, past sparse Bedouin settlements and up craggy narrow slopes, I felt the dusty layers of thousands of years under my feet.” – Mona Gable about hiking the Jordan trail Read more
Traveling Jackie – Blog
Blogger Jackie took a group of seven travelers on a 9-day trip to hike the Jordan Trail, discover Wadi Rum, float in the Dead Sea and experience many other adventures. Read more
Voyageons Autrement (in French)
Voulez-vous decouvrir la Jordanie “autrement” – de manière plus douce, plus authentique, plus active? Gagnez d’inspiration pour votre prochain voyage de cet article de journaliste Florie Thielin.
Would you like to discover Jordan in a “different” (i.e. softer, more authentic and active) way? Let this article by travel journalist Florie Thielin inspire you. Read more
The Land Beyond: A Thousand Miles on Foot through the Heart of the Middle East
The Land Beyond is a journey through time, from the quagmire of current geopolitics to the original ideals of the faithful, through the layers of history, culture and religion that have shaped the Holy Land. But at its heart, it is the story of people, not politics and of the connections that can bridge seemingly insurmountable barriers.