“Sarha” is an Arabic word that encapsulates the spirit of our trips:
“To go on a sarha was to roam freely, at will, without constraint. The verb form of the word means to put the cattle out to pasture early in the morning, leaving them to wander and graze at liberty. The commonly used noun sarha is a colloquial corruption of the classical word. A man going on a sarha wanders aimlessly, not restricted by time and place, going where his spirit takes him to nourish his soul and rejuvenate himself. But not any excursion would qualify as a sarha. Going on a sarha implies letting go. It is a drug-free high ... ”
Jordan’s wilderness and countryside are the secret jewels of Jordan. Known for its historical and archeological sites, it is less well known for its natural wonders. Some have become world famous, namely Petra and Wadi Rum. However Jordan has much more to offer. From the wadis and rugged deseret of the Jordan Dead Sea Rift area, to the Mas’uda mountains south of Petra to the lush greenery of the north of Jordan.
Visiting Jordan by foot is a different experience. It gets you to areas where the coach tourist does not
Our trekking programs involve walking several days with vehicle support for luggage and food.
Jordan has no shortage of places to discover and explore for families. In vacations, weekends, or days off
Aquatrekking is walking in canyon streams. It does not require the use of ropes or technical expertise.
The Dead Rift Valley offers a multitude of opportunities for canyoning with deep gorges cutting
Wadi Rum is a world class climbing area discovered by Tony Howard and Di Taylor in 1984. One of the best
Cycling is a new activity in Jordan. However it is getting quickly very popular.
Wadi Rum needs little introduction. It offers a combination of dramatic desert scenery with the Bedouin
Northern Jordan – the area from Jerash to the Syrian border – is the most fertile region of Jordan.
Jordan, as with any country, offers a diversity and uniqueness that is beyond encapsulating in a menu of