Jordan has an abundance of archaeological sites and natural wonders. I had a great time travelling around the country. I visited all the top sites, Petra, Wadi Rum, Jerash, Amman, and made many stops along the way.
The King's Highway in Jordan as it descends into Wadi Mujib Somewhere along the road Madaba is famous for its ancient mosaics, which I duly visited. This photo was taken from the belfry of the church that houses the shrine of the beheading of John the Baptist. The vaulted underbelly of the church, which contains a 3,000 year-old well is also worth a visit. These photos were taken from the belfry of the church that houses the shrine of the beheading of John the Baptist. Notice the water tanks. Bedouin camps in the desert Tafila is situated along the King's Highway, between Karak and Wadi Musa/Petra. There's not much to see, which is why I made a brief stop to shoot some ordinary Jordan scenes. Butcher in Tafila. A highly effective way of showcasing fresh produce. Notice the decoration.