Madaba to Dead Sea
From: 50 JOD
Suggested time of departure 9:00 Am .
Kindly write in the check out page you preferred time.
The driver will pick up you from your hotel ,please make sure to mention the name of your hotel in Madaba in the check out page.
Driving to Mount Nebo for about 15 minutes from Madaba, you can explore on your own the site for 45 minutes. do not forget your camera, after that the driver will be waiting for you at the Parking lot.
From There the we will drop you at the Amman tourist Beach , for a two and a half hours swimming .
After the Dead Sea Float and sun tan we will drive back to Madaba where you will reach your hotel in the after noon.
Kindly remember to check what is included and not section.
If you want to go to another beach Kindly email us to arrange everything for you.
If you like to be dropped at one of the Hotels in the Dead Sea area, no extra charge for that, But if you want to go To Mujib Reserve it needs to arranged separately.
The Price is inclusive all taxes and the price of the car,gasoline and any driver personal expenses, and does not include entrance fees to sites which is paid directly at each site entrance office.
Choose the date of your flight from the calendar above
Fill in your name, phone and email on the checkout page
Check your mail as the reservation is confirmed immediately
Dead Sea and Mount Nebo
-You will receive immediately a confirmation Email.
-Kindly email us incase of cancellation or changing in schedule.
-The price does not include any entrance fees like sites nor beach.
-Beach prices starts from 20 JD/person.
-Ask you driver for the best place to buy Dead sea cosmetics.
is a small town in central Jordan located south of the capital Amman on the King’s Highway to Petra Jordan. A town with a long history, Madaba is best known as the location of the “Madaba Map”, a 6th century mosaic depiction of Jerusalem and parts of the Holy Land.
It is the lowest point in the world at 394.6 m (1269 ft) below sea level.
To swim in the public beach is at your own risk, and remember there is no showers.
Temperatures ranging from 30°C (86°F) in the spring to upwards of 40°C (104°F) in the summer. The area receives an average of 330 days of sunshine per year. The quality of the Dead Sea sunlight is the real secret behind its mythological curing ability for several diseases, especially skin diseases. This is, in fact, natural phototherapy.