wolf grotto is one of the most known nature sanctuaries of the Crimea.
national park of Wadi Rum – one of the largest nature reserves of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan – has important historical and cultural value. There is it in the South of the state, near the seaport of Aqaba that is located opposite to the Israeli Eilat through the gulf, and near frontier with Saudi Arabia. First of all, Wadi Rum is well-known for the unique nature, however in his territory there are many historical monuments which definitely should be visited in case you appeared in this corner of Jordan. To reach here by public transport rather difficult though nearby and there is a branch of the Hijaz railroad, regular buses do not go here therefore it makes sense to rent the car or to reach as a part of excursion group. Quite often tours in this direction will be organized from the Jordanian capital of Amman and combined on a visit in Petra who is a little to the north of Wadi Rum. So, what represents this park and what today it can be attractive by?
is absolutely ambiguous city where centuries-old history intertwines with modern architectural and technology solutions. This mysterious city attracts to itself millions of tourists annually. We advise you to be prepared for a travel beforehand, in the capital of China without detailed plan of excursions it is possible to be lost simply many local attractions.
Jordanian Petra – the ancient city lying in the south of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan near the Aqaba gulf, anyway, is known to much. Its quite often separate monuments appear on various cards, calendars, and other printed materials concerning Jordan. They are without fail presented both in tourist brochures and on websites of the tour operators providing tours to the Middle East. However hardly at least one photo is fully capable to transfer that atmosphere to which the tourist who decided to visit this place gets. It is possible to reach Petra from the Jordanian capital of Amman, from the Israeli Eilat, or the ferry through the gulf from Egyptian Charm of el-Sheikh, than the considerable number of compatriots uses.