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Archaeological Site Tour – Baraka Destinations
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Archaeological Site Tour

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1082
1.5 hours
Beit Al Fanan
Min Age : 6
Max People : 12
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Enjoy an hour and a half site tour by local guides and archaeologists, taking you back in time to relive history through their eyes and personal experiences.

 

Within the hills, caves and stones of Pella lies the story of mankind since we began to settle. Pella is in fact one of the most significant of Jordan’s historic sites. Ruins, artifacts and evidence clearly show that Pella has been continuously inhabited for nearly 9000 years, if not longer.

 

Starting with the stone and Neolithic, through the copper, bronze, and iron ages, and into the modern era, the story of Pella spans all of history. The ancient civilizations of the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, as well as the more recent empires of the Byzantines, Mamluks, Umayyads, and Abbasids all converged in this one small location; at the crossroads of time.

 

What’s included:

  • Experienced local tour guide
  • First aid equipment
  • Walking sticks

What’s excluded:

  • Tips
  • Transportation if required

What to bring:

  • Backpack
  • Sun protection
  • Warm fleece or sweater (fall through spring)
  • Waterproof jacket or poncho (fall through spring)
  • Camera and/or mobile phone
  • Identification (ID or passport)