Surface:The total land area of Jordan is around 89,206 sq km
Population: The population of Jordan is 6 million.
System of government: Jordan is a constitutional monarchy.
Capital: Amman, with a population of over 2 million inhabitants, is the capital of Jordan.
Religion: 93.6%25 Sunni Muslim, 5%25 Christian
Official Language: The official language is Arabic. English is widely spoken.
Government: Jordan is a constitutional monarchy.
Climate: Summers are hot, with temperatures reaching 36°C. Winters are cold and are accompanied by strong wind and rain or snow.
Units of measure and electricity: Jordan follows the metric system of measurement and the official electricity unit is 230V, 50 Hz.
Time Zone: The Jordanian standard time is GMT + 2
Currency: Jordanian Dinar (1 € = 0.94 JD).
Travel documents required: All nationals require appropriate visa documentation before entering Jordan.
Wadi Musa, ("???? ????" in Arabic, translated as "Valley of Moses"), is the name of a town located in the Ma'an Governorate in southern Jordan east of Petra at latitude 30.317N and longitude 35.483E.It is the nearest town to the archaeological site of Petra and hosts many hotels and restaurants for tourists visiting this place. Approximately 2 kilometers from the main town, there is an important Bedouin settlement.The name Wadi Musa means Valley of Moses in Arabic, it was report that prophet Moses passed through the valley and struck water from the rock for his followers at the site of (Ain Musa) Moses water Spring (Moses's Well). The Nabateans built channels that carried water from this spring to the city of Petra. Wadi Musa was also nicknamed the Guardian of Petra. Aaron, the brother...
The trip where I got myself pushed to its limits and beyond, motivated by my bro Zikry Kholill. This what happens when two co founders decide to go for a short fun adventure, Yes! we've been there several times before but, it's obviously we just can't have enough of this magical place. Coolest part where we met a lot of nice people, well... mainly they were encouraging me to climb up the 1000 stairs to the monastery :P and of course we took the chance to talk to some people about Incitement world wide and what we Incitement Jordan are doing here ;) So whenever you get the chance to visit Jordan I highly recommend you guys to visit the wonderful Petra.