Petra Transportation

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  • 1. Camels & Horses

    The Camel is the main beast of burden of the middle east and north africa and even in Petra, you will see a lot of Camels in the Complex and you can take the slow tour of petra complex riding the tall...

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  • 2. Taxi!

    Hello everybody. It was great to read your reviews. I wonder if you could give me some advice, just to sum up what I think I've understood and what I haven't. I'll be flying into Eilat airport, and my...

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  • 3. Petra Horse Carriages

    The Horse Carriages of Petra are an icon in their own right, the horse carriages are the main mode of transport from the entrance to Petra up to the Front of...

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  • 4. Big Tour Buses

    Petra is the main highlight of Jordan and it their most famous tourist spot. There are many tours coming to and from amman to petra and most are via Big Tour...

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  • 5. HOW I GOT HERE!

    I drove here from Amman! I drove along the King's Highway from Amman. I saw Madaba, Mt. Nebo, the Dead Sea and the Crusader Fort at Karak on the way here. All...

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  • 6. Walking

    Of course we chose the easiest way for us which was by walking down the canyon and back. It is not any physical hard demanding, any normal person can do the...

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  • 7. Bus

    You can get to Petra by driving there, by bus or taxi. We used the tour bus that was waiting for us in the Jordanian side of the border and drove us on a smooth...

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  • 8. How to get Petra from Aqaba

    The most of tourists usually get to Petra from Amman. We got to Petra from Eilat via Aqaba. That was a one-day excursion. Petra is located 135 km from Eilat and...

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  • 9. Tripping

    The Treasury is not the ancient city. At the end of the (inner) Siq there are tombs, of which the Treasury is one. You're then are about halfway the ancient...

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  • 10. Busses

    I had problems getting a bus to go to Petra from Amman. According to the information fro the hotel where I stayed, there is only one Jett Bus, which leaves...

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  • 11. Donkey rides

    This is probably the most convenient way to move around the Petra site. Riding a donkey is easy and generally more safe then riding a camel (horses are not...

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  • 12. From Petra to Amman

    You can take the JETT bus service from the car parking next to the Petra entrance. It leaves every day @ 5 p.m. and cost 5 JD.You can also go to Petra bus...

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  • 13. Bus from Petra to Amman

    Buses for Amman leave from the bus station described above. The first bus leaves at about 6am, the second at about 7am and the third one at about 8am. After...

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  • 14. Transport to the Treasury

    If you are not good on foot you should not really take the long walk all the way down to the Treasury. However one can hire carriages that transport one down as...

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  • 15. Road to Petra

    We drove from Aqaba on the main highway number 15 that leads to the Jordanian capital Amman. Turn left simply following the sign "Petra". If you should be...

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  • 16. From Cairo to Petra via Nuweiba

    I just recently traveled Cairo to Petra via Nuweiba. It was painful. 8 hour bus ride from Cairo to Nuweiba (7 USD). An overnight stay. Next day, 4 hour "fast"...

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  • 17. Horse & Carriage

    Horse and carriage are available from the gate to the Treasury only. You can also set up an appointment to have one pick you up at a certain time at the...

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  • 18. Bus to Petra

    I took the small bus from Amman to Petra, having used a taxi to get from my hotel to the Wahdat bus station, just at the edge of the city. The station was quite...

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  • 19. DONKEYS AND CAMELS

    Inside Petra, you can easily hire a camel or donkey to move around or climb up to the high points....A very good option if you are in Petra in the summer like...

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  • 20. Buses from Aqaba to Petra

    Buses start from Aqaba to Petra at about 7am. After that they are a bit uncertain, since this depends on how many buses have come from Petra - if one doesn't...

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  • 21. To Petra from Wadi Rum

    The bus that arrives from Petra returns there at about 8.30am every day. This is the ONLY bus from Wadi Rum to Petra.It leaves normally from the Visitors'...

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  • 22. Getting to Wadi Rum

    The bus from Petra to Wadi Rum is the only direct bus there from anywhere except Aqaba.It leaves in the morning somewhere around 6.30am, but since it will come...

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  • 23. Bus from Petra to Aqaba

    Buses leave Petra for Aqaba at 6.20am, at 8am and then not until 3.30pm (15H30 if you prefer)Be sure to be on time and preferably early, it might not wait for...

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  • 24. Bus station in Petra

    There is now a bus station in Wadi Mousa, the village nearest to Petra.It's about 200 meters from the main street; go along the street in front of the mosque...

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  • 25. Buses : from Amman to Petra

    Buses leave Amman for Petra from the south bus station - tell a taxi driver "al mujamma al janoob" (although probably "bus for Petra" would do just as well)They...

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