It’s one of the top 30 destinations for 2019.

Planning an EID getaway? You don’t have to venture too far from home to explore one of the millennial-approved locations.

Company müvTravel compiled a list of Top 30 Millennial Travel Destinations for 2019 by analysing the places which are most frequently added to their millennial users bucket lists and Jordan made it onto the number 11 spot beating the likes of San Diego in California and Hokkaido in Japan.

The data collected showed that the millennial jetsetters are seeking “memorable and original moments” and we can say for certain that there won’t be a dull moment in Jordan. Here are our top five suggestions of what to see and do.

Indiana Jones moment

 

 

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Visiting one of the wonders of the world is a must and trust us, your jaw will be on the floor when you get the first glimpse of Petra. The site is a lot bigger than you might expect so get there early and wear comfortable shoes, especially if you want to hike up to the top for the most Insta-worthy view. Our tip is to stay the night at one of the hotels by the entrance and explore the ancient site by candle light.

Night under the stars

 

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You will not appreciate pure silence until you have spent a night under the stars at one of many camps in Wadi Rum. The red sand of the desert will make you feel like you’re on Mars, while the clear skies unspoilt by light pollution will help you not only see the Milky Way but planet Mars itself. Make sure you schedule a lunch with a local Bedouin family for an authentic experience.

In a bubble

 

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Bubble Luxtol Petra takes bubble hotels to a new level by offering rooms with their very own hot tubs – ideal of relaxing after a long day of adventures while enjoying the view over the Petra Mountains.

By the sea

 

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No trip to Jordan is complete without a visit to the dead sea to dip your toes into it’s salty waters. No swimming effort is required on your part, you can simply float away to your heart’s content.

And chill…

 

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Ma’in Hot Springs are just a short drive from the dead sea. Thousands of visiting bathers come each year to enjoy the mineral-rich waters of these hyper-thermal waterfalls and at the Ma’in Hotel Springs you can book in for expert treatments like mud wraps and hydro-jet baths.

Get booking.

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