Dead Sea North Vacation Packages
Amman, the national capital, is situated 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Dead Sea North.
Dead Sea North isn't the only place in Jordan worth seeing; visitors should also head off and experience the charms of the nearby countryside, cities and cultural attractions. Madaba, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west, and Wadi Musa is located 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast.
Rent a vehicle and spend half a day in Amman, a regional center, situated 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Dead Sea North. This bigger city offers a range of tourist attractions, for example Byzantine Church, King Hussein Mosque and Abdoun Mall. If you have enough time, be sure to visit National Archaeological Museum, Coptic Church and Mecca Mall before returning to Dead Sea North.
The area around Dead Sea North is known for its fine ruins; these are often windows into the area's rich history.
If you're seeking an escape from sightseeing, why not take advantage of a local watersport? Swimming and scuba diving are both available within the region.
A way to experience the true nature of a place is by exploring the restaurants in the region. Try some food and chat with locals. Chicken and also lamb are popular ingredients here. There are lots of popular dishes here. Try out maqluba (meat, rice and fried vegetables) or falafel sandwiches. To end your Jordan experience, be sure to try harissa (honey, semolina cake). Taste a shaneeneh (aged goat milk yoghurt), an non-alcoholic drink that is very common in Jordan.
If you intend on arriving and departing by plane, take into account that the most convenient major airport is Queen Alia International Airport, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the east of Dead Sea North.