Unravel the secrets of Petra:  The Rose-Red City of Wonder

21st March, 2024


Carved into towering cliffs, Petra was sculpted by the Nabataeans, masters of trade and water engineering.

It was a thriving crossroads of cultures: Roman, Byzantine, and Arab influences left their mark.

The Siq, a narrow canyon passage, leads you on a breathtaking journey into the heart of Petra.

Petra's water system was an engineering marvel in the desert, sustaining a thriving city.

Beyond the Treasury lies a world of hidden tombs, temples, and the vast Monastery perched atop a mountain.

Lost to the West for centuries, Petra was rediscovered in 1812, revealing a world frozen in time.

Petra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a treasure of history, architecture, and enduring human spirit.