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King's Highway

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King's Highway

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King's Highway is a region in Jordan. The name comes from the ancient trade route that ran right through it.


  • Madaba — known for its mosaic map of Jerusalem

Other destinations[edit]

  • Dana Nature Reserve — Stay in a village little changed since the 15th century, enjoy unforgettable hiking in an offshoot of the Great Rift.
  • Dead Sea — The lowest point on earth and the most saline sea
  • Kerak — site of a once-mighty Crusader castle


The King's Highway trip to Petra starts from Madaba. It gives visitors a good opportunity to see people in the villages during their daily life, and the landscape is very nice: If you come in April you can see black irises on the way. It's a very nice stop to see the canyon of Wadi Mujeb with a 950-meter depth. Crossing this canyon you get to Karak and do a visit to the castle. After Karak toward Tafila you can do a stop to see the mountains of Dana and then after Tafila anther castle named Shaoubak. Then you get to Petra. This is a nice trip and more worthwhile to do than the desert highway.


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On the King's Highway there are few places to eat. The stop at Karak to visit the castle will give you time to have lunch within some restaurants near the site.

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You can stay overnight in Karak or at Dana Reserve.

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