Your guide to Jordan’s treasures…

As fate would have it, the careers of two university graduates took them to Amman, Jordan – a country rich in culture, history and art or should we more precisely say a country known for its unconditional hospitality, unique architectural remains and diverse art scene (from the Byzantines to Islamic art), and, on a more microscopic level, you’ll come to…

Hike across Wadi Hidan

A well-travelled globetrotter, hoping to come to Jordan, may already be aware of the country’s most notable hiking destinations, which spread from the verdurous North to the sandy dunes of the South, but he/she will not have come across the lesser known Wadi Hidan, a valley encompassing some of the most beautiful rocks, cliffs and…

The Spirit of Ramadan in Downtown Amman

In light of the Holy month of Ramadan, we wanted to witness the unique and captivating experience of visiting the Old City of Amman, Downtown, both before and after the sunset – the time of day Muslim Jordanians break their fast. Essentially, we sought to capture the soul of the city at its quietest, the…

Full Moon Meditation in Jala’ad

While in Jordan, and if you’re anything like us – a meditation lover and a keen adventurer – we highly recommend attending one of the monthly Full Moon meditation sessions run by the Jordanian Thai Center for Meditation and Self-development. Even if you couldn’t make it to their sessions, try meditating elsewhere – we cannot…

As-Salt: Jordan’s City of Generosity

Within our theme of discovering the unknown, what better place to start than As-Salt! Situated beyond the outskirts of Amman, As-Salt is a city rich in history albeit reluctant to leave the shadows of the capital; few know that As-Salt, also known as Saltus at the time, was once the capital in all but the…