When is the best time to visit Jordan?

Jordan is one of the jewels of the Middle East and are many a bucket list for so many reasons, but when is the best time to go, somewhat of a chameleon Jordan, has many completely different sides from ancient monuments to sweeping deserts.

Eerie moon escapes to the Dead Sea travelers can experience the modern, safe city of Amman in one day and walk through a window to the past. The next Jordan might be a desert country, but his experiences, the Four Seasons quite differently.

In summer temperatures saw all over the country and from Petra to the Dead Sea. The midday heat means you might need to keep most of your exploring to the beginning and end of the day. However, it is a dry heat rather than a humid and the low season lack of crowds mean you might have the sites all to yourself.

In the city of Amman summer, temperatures are around 31 degrees in Petra. They are similar an in warding room, a couple of degrees warmer on the Dead Sea. They spike up to 39 degrees. Luckily, there is plenty of water around to take a dip.

In autumn the temperatures become a little milder and it’s. A more popular time to travel the June’s of Wadi Rum at sunrise will be spectacular, the ancient ruins of Jerash can be comfortably explored and Petra can experience a little rain autumn.

Temperatures in Amman dropped down to 27 degrees in October. Petrol will be around 26 degrees, the Dead Sea, 34 degrees and woody room 28 degrees December brings a start of the winter season in Jordan and surprisingly, the desert temperatures drop quite a lot with some very cool nights and even some snow around the majority of Jordans Rain also falls during this period.

Winter in Amman is around 12 degrees, Petra and Wadi room around 13 degrees during the day, and the Dead Sea is warmer and more pleasant at around 20 degrees, as the country comes out of winter and into spring temperatures become warmer in the day, but can still Be a little cool at night until the end of the season, wildflowers start to pop up in the valleys and the desert, and the landscapes are quite lush after the winter rain.

The Dead Sea is one of the warmest parts of the country to visit. At this time, the sights in Petra and Amman are enjoyably explored in around 22 degrees in spring, and the desert camping around Waddy room will be warmer and around 24 degrees.

The Dead Sea is already back into the 30s. Your experience in Jordan will be nothing short of diverse in the best way possible. Now you just have to decide. When will you go?

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