What is Wellness Tourism?
The Global Wellness Institute defines wellness tourism as travel associated with the pursuit of maintaining or enhancing one’s personal wellbeing. Wellness tourism brings the promise of combating negative qualities and turning travel into an opportunity to maintain and improve our holistic health.
The Dead Sea
The unique area along the eastern coast of the Dead Sea is without a doubt Jordan's most important and impressive ecological treasure. Many small streams flow down from the surrounding hills, 400 meters below sea level, their mineral-rich waters. Nature has sculpted impossible sculptures out of simple salt on the Dead Sea coast, imbuing them with colors of incredible vividness.
The Dead Sea's major must experience, of course, its calming, naturally salty water. The salt concentration of the water is 31.5 percent, making it easier to float. The Dead Sea water also includes 21 minerals, including significant quantities of magnesium, salt, potassium, and bromine, 12 of which are found nowhere else on the planet.
Wadi Rum ( The Valley Of The Moon )
Wadi Rum's lunar-like terrain, it is a unique location in the globe. Wadi Rum's desert is interspersed with giant mountains that are tinted red, yellow, and orange. Their magnificent colors bleed into the sand dunes that surround the desert, as well as the horizon of its breathtaking vista. The best chosen place to do your Meditation in the middle of the gigantic red mountains. Usually spiritual and meditation events take place in this location for its great energetic resonance. This is a location where tourists may get one with nature, where the towering mountains humble them and the calm and quiet mood of this amazing site mesmerizes them. Wadi Rum's eco-system is home to numerous rare and indigenous plants, spring in this location brings hundreds of varieties of wild flowers. The region has been home to around 120 bird species, including the Griffon Vulture, Fan-Tailed Raven and Hume's Tawny Owl, You can also find a presence of the Grey Wolf, Blandford's Fox, Sand Cat, and Ibex in the region.
Petra, Jordan's most priceless gem and most popular tourist site, is without a doubt the world's marvel. It is a vast, one-of-a-kind city carved into the sheer rock that is built by the Nabataeans, an industrious tribes who settled in this location over 2000 years ago, making it an important junction for the silk, spice, and other trade routes that linked China, India, and southern Arabia with Egypt, Syria, Greece, and Rome. Regardless of the fact that much has been written about Petra, nothing truly prepares you for this beautiful site. To be believed, it must be seen, so plan a trip as the first step to your wellness journey!
In the south of the kingdom you will find the beach town of Aqaba , it offers the ideal setting for leisure and relaxation on the Red Sea's coastline. Furthermore, it provides first-rate scuba diving and snorkeling with some of the world's most stunning and well-preserved coral reefs. Many activities such as swimming, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, water skiing, or take a glass-bottomed boat trip to see the busy aquatic life.