Jordan: Out of This World

Per square mile, there’s probably more awesomeness in Jordan than in any other nation in the world. The place is packed with millennia-old archaeological wonders, some of the friendliest people you’ll meet and the most delicious food you’ll ever eat, and the actual, real-world settings of your favorite Bible stories. And it’s all right there, squeezed into a country the size of Indiana.

Here at Matador, we are huge fans of Jordan, and are incredibly honored to be able to partner with the Jordan Tourism Board North America to bring you the content below. Scroll down and find the inspiration to plan your own trip — it’s there in abundance.

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6 ways to make your visit to Jordan more meaningful

In Jordan, tourism is a force for good that’s driving positive social change.

The Jordan Trail: Hiker's guide to crossing the country in 40 days and 40 nights

You haven't really seen Jordan if you haven't hiked (at least part of) this trail.

Beyond perceptions: A Jordan journey

"I just wish I could go back to the beginning and start it all over again." You will too once you watch this video. #MyJordanJourney #siyahajordan #USAID_BEST

25 stunning images from the ultimate Jordan road trip

Per square mile, there's probably more awesomeness to see here than in any other nation in the world. And if you play your cards right, you can take it all in on one epic trip. #MyJordanJourney

20 images of Petra that show just how incredible it is

Jordan's most-visited tourist attraction deserves every pair of feet it gets. Petra is incredible. #GoJordan

15 facts about Jordan that will surprise you

For example, practically all your favorite movies were filmed here. #GoJordan

How to splurge in Jordan

Jordan has the luxury infrastructure to justify a binge. Here are 4 suggestions.

Walking into the Bible, Jordan

When she grows up, my little-kid self is going to be so psyched about this.

7 things I didn't expect to find in Jordan

Wine and whitewater were just the beginning.