This is the tour operator’s first foray into Asia, the new horseback adventures including opportunities to follow in the footsteps of the Nabateans and the Bedouin. Both Jordan holidays last for 10 days and include six days of riding, with the option of a Red Sea or Amman extension. Prices start from £1,500pp (two sharing).
Sandra Potter, Marketing Director at Ranch Rider comments, “Whether we are talking about its wealth of history, dating back to the Paleolithic period, archaeological treasures or otherworldly lunar-like landscapes, Jordan is larger than life. Almost made to order for clients looking to travel in the post pandemic era, on our horseback journeys you are free to explore unhindered. For example, each of our rides includes the option to canter across lengthy stretches of the Barragh Canyon, the longest canyon in Wadi Rum. Authentic travel at its best, we traverse vast swathes of desert with the Bedouin tribe, who are our guides and camp hosts, many of the locations we visit, known only to these nomadic peoples.”
“Following the trail of Lawrence Of Arabia, watching the sun set over a mass of towering canyons, marveling at the Rose Palace of Petra and sleeping under the uninterrupted starlit skies are of course key highlights. But what singles this out as a life enriching experience, is the opportunity to appreciate the wonders of Jordan through the eyes of the Bedouin.”
All of Ranch Rider’s Jordan riding holidays start and finish in Amman with guided visits to Madaba and Petra. Agent commission is 10% and is offered on all bookings.
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