Book cheap car hire in Jordan and explore this ancient and remarkable country. Wander through the Siq to Al Khazneh, take a camel ride through the desert, or see the country from a hot air balloon.
Home to Petra, coastal resorts, and ancient monuments, Jordan has lots more to offer. The majority of the country is desert. Tourists who take the time to explore will find wonderful mountain ranges, picturesque beaches, and marvellous castles and churches too. Some of the most popular tourist sites include the 2,000 year old Greco-Roman ruins at Jerash, the ancient dried out river beds of Wadi Rum, the Dead Sea, and the Citadel at Amman. No matter where you end up, you’ll be somewhere special.
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Jordan has two major airports, and Economy Car Hire serves both so that you can get the keys to your rental car as soon as you touch down in this magnificent country.
Amman Airport – The city of Amman is a capital unlike any other across the Middle East. A modern resort in Jordan, the city does away with all the clichés you’ve come to expect from Middle Eastern exoticism and is a must-see during your stay. Bethany, the place where it is believed that Jesus was baptized, and Mount Nebo, where the Bible states that Moses was given a glimpse of the Promised Land, are both within easy reach too.
Aqaba Airport – The Gulf of Aqaba is a truly fascinating place to visit, thanks to its coral reefs which offer some of the best diving and snorkelling opportunities in the world. However, holidaymakers should also take the time out to visit the 2,000-year-old city of Petra while touring this part of Jordan. Famous for its starring role in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the Treasury or Al Khazneh is the undoubted highlight here.
Start planning your holiday to Jordan today by taking a look through our in-depth travel guide of the country. Our guide to driving in Jordan is a must read, along with our guide to etiquette in Jordan too.