Petra. The Treasury.Jordan

Petra. The Treasury.Jordan

Petra, Jordan: the best things to do. There is more to see than the Treasury. Visit the awesome Monastery, get a bird's eye view from the High Place of Sacrifice, ride a camel, and meet the Bedoin people.

Petra, Jordan: the best things to do. There is more to see than the Treasury. Visit the awesome Monastery, get a bird's eye view from the High Place of Sacrifice, ride a camel, and meet the Bedoin people.

The Treasury in Petra, Jordan. Photo by: David Crookes

The Treasury in Petra, Jordan. Photo by: David Crookes

Petra at night. I will never forget walking at night in the desert, in silence, only candles guiding me under the stars until you reach the passage and, finally,the treasure. It was beautifully overwhelming.

Petra at night. I will never forget walking at night in the desert, in silence, only candles guiding me under the stars until you reach the passage and, finally,the treasure. It was beautifully overwhelming.

Tiger cave, Petra, Jordan. Credit: Marianna Safronova.

Tiger cave, Petra, Jordan. Credit: Marianna Safronova.

10) Petra, Jordan

10) Petra, Jordan

10 Tips to help you see Petra like a local.  Don't get taken for a ride - know what to do (and what to avoid!)

10 Tips to help you see Petra like a local. Don't get taken for a ride - know what to do (and what to avoid!)

A first-timer's guide to Petra, Jordan – On the Luce travel blog

A first-timer's guide to Petra, Jordan – On the Luce travel blog

Petra, meaning 'stone' is a historical and archaeological city in the Jordanian governorate of Ma'an, that is famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system.

Petra, meaning 'stone' is a historical and archaeological city in the Jordanian governorate of Ma'an, that is famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system.

Petra, meaning stone in Aramaic, a Jordanian city, famous for its rock cut architecture and water conduit system.  Established possibly as early as 312 BC.  Discovered by Swiss explorer in 1812.

Petra, meaning stone in Aramaic, a Jordanian city, famous for its rock cut architecture and water conduit system. Established possibly as early as 312 BC. Discovered by Swiss explorer in 1812.

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