Amman to Jerash Ajloun Um-Qais
From: 90 JOD
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-The price is for the whole car up to 4 persons in a private car.
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-Entrance Fees are not included, around 10 JOD per person for all sites.
The Price above is for the whole car up to 4 persons in a private car.
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what is the exact time you prefer and your pick up location ?
-09:00 Am The driver will pick you up from your hotel reception.
-11:30 Am visit Um-Qais Ruins for 45 minutes.
-12:30 Pm Visit Ajlun Castle for 45 minutes.
-02:00 Pm Visit Jerash for 2 hours.
-06:00 Pm Back to your hotel in Amman
Jerash Roman Ruins
Located 48 km (30 miles) north of the capital Amman, Jerash is known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa. Jerash prospered during the 1st century BC due to the spice trade route from the Arabian Peninsula to Syria . Jerash was a favorite city of the Roman emperor, Hadrian. The Muslims took over in AD 635, but the final blow to the city was dealt by Baldwin II of Jerusalem in AD 1112 during the Crusades. Do not forget to see
the majestic Hadrian arch, the hippodrome and the temple of Zeus.
The castle was built in 1184-1885 AD and was built to protect the country against Crusader attacks. It also controlled the iron mines in the area. The castle is an example of medieval Arab-Islamic military architecture.
Do not forget to check, The pigeon posts which allowed messages and signals to be transmitted from Damascus or Euphrates to Cairo, Arrow slits to see all the vast surroundings, The channel for dumping boiling oil over the main entrance.
Umm Qais Historical town Ruins.
Umm Qais, previously known as Gadara according to the Bible, it was in Gadara that Jesus performed one of his greatest miracles – casting demons from two men into a herd of pigs. In Umm Qais you could look down and see Lake Tiberius, which was once known as the Sea Galilee.
Gadara was long the seat of a Christian bishop but with the conquest of the Arabs, following the Battle of Yarmouk in 636, it came under Muslim rule. Around 747 it was largely destroyed by an earthquake, and was abandoned.