Thank you In2Jordan for organising such an inspiring experience!! I had an incredible time discovering Jordan thanks to the organisation of Sandra and her team. It felt really unique to combine the culturally incredible Jordan with amazing yoga and horse sessions! Thank you again for creating such an impact in my travel, the only negative point … More Cécile: “Only one problem: it was too short!”
From when she was young Remaz enjoyed a nice groom with Nour. Yesterday after our ride Nour was welcomed back in the paddock by Remaz grooming him, he returned the favor and she was looking to pass it on to me…. Amazing to be one with nature, to connect deeply with the creatures – well … More One with Nature
“This is a little late, but I just wanted to share how amazing my time was with Sandra and her horses in Wadi Musa. I arrived in April, with the heavy weight of burdens and in need of some gentle time in the desert. Gamar, Sandra’s first horse, came out and we did some exercise … More Jeny: “She was amazing, as was the whole holiday”
We were happy to host Maysar on a tailor yoga & horse consciousness weekend, this is what she had to say about it: “The horse inspiration is the thing that really really stays with me everyday. I think I need even more. And I will” Do you want to experience what Maysar did? Check example … More Maysar: “I think I need even more. And I will”
We wish you a merry Christmas and a great 2016! Read more about what we’re up to next year in our latest newsletter. We hope to welcome you next year in our beautiful country, The In2Jordan Team
The government has decided to change some of the entry tickets for the sites in Jordan. From the 1st of January the following prices have been confirmed: Entrance fees (in Jordanian Dinar per person) Amman city tour: – Citadel: 3 JD – Jordan Museum: 5 JD – Roman Amphitheatre: 3 JD – King Abdullah Mosque: 2 … More Prices for entry tickets 2016
#ThrowbackThursday: Grandma “Oma Dinie” was in #Petra too! The photo was probably taken somewhere around 1967, she couldn’t remember exactly. #TBT #ShareYourJordan
Did you already see our latest newsletter? You find it here. Greetings from Jordan!
We’ve found ourselves a new hobby. We like to call it Wadi Bashing. Every week we’re exploring a new valley in the Petra region and around the Jordan Trail. We’ve come across pools, beautiful colored rock formations, drift sand, are climbing up mountains and abseiling with ropes. You can find the all movies of our … More Wadi Bashing – Exploring new hikes for you!
The In2Jordan team wishes you happy holidays and all the best for 2015! Are you planning to come over? Get inspired with new programs and options. Find them the latest edition of our newsletter: Click here to open.
Experience centuries old Bedouin weaving on the ground loom with the weaving women of Bedoubag. Bedoubag is a sustainable project that aims to empower local women, keep their weaving tradition alive and inspire young women to learn a craft. Meet the women and children in their home, create a (yoga) belt or colorful placemat … More New! – Bedouin Weaving workshop
We are working together with the Syrian Family Aid organization. Syrian Family Aid is a secular, non-profit organization that aims to improve the plight of the growing number of displaced and impoverished people in Jordan. In less than a year, the organization has raised tens of thousands of pounds and has successfully provided clothing and … More Tourists for refugees
Several organizations used to work or are working on animal welfare programs. Examples are Brooke Hospital and SPANA (For the working animals of the world). Not taking good care of the animals is still a problem in Petra. Whether you want to go by donkey, horse, carriage or camel in Petra (Or other parts of … More Animal Welfare
Do you know that you can help a hand in eliminating child labor in Petra? Unfortunately there is still a big group of children (around 400) working in Petra. These kids are day in – day out on the site, while they should be in school. Several organizations such as UNICEF and USAID launched programs … More Child labor in Petra
Will we meet in 2014? Let’s make it happen!
Most people take the access to water for granted. It’s one of the most important nutrients for human bodies and without it agriculture would be impossible. Vital for any activity; Water. While most of Jordan is or has become desert, available water has been pretty scarce for centuries in some areas. Though, many Jordanians have … More Trading Water
We were fortunate enough to get some starting capital to set up our business. If you’re from a remote area, starting your venture is much more difficult. To do something about this and to support Jordan’s entrepreneurs we are lending money to those with a starting business or those who need to make investments to … More Stimulating other entrepreneurs in Jordan
Jordan is slowly changing. Into a democracy? At the moment, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a Constitutional Monarchy. Like Marocco. The parliament of Jordan consists of two houses: the House of Senate and the House of Representatives. This last one is selected by the Jordanian people. The House of Senate is directly appointed by … More The ‘White Revolution’ of King Abdullah II
It has been a while since you heard from us. Why? Because it was high season in Jordan! Not only we were receiving guests in this beautiful Kingdom, we also had a lot of requests for 2014! One of the things we were busy with, is a new cooperation between In2Jordan and Petra Bed and … More Highseason in Jordan