חוויות ב-Airbnb

פעילויות מומלצות ייחודיות באזור עמן

להזמין פעילויות בלתי נשכחות בהנחיית מארחים מקומיים ב-Airbnb.

למצוא פעילויות מקומיות מומלצות

פעילויות מומלצות באזור Al Malik Talal

Warm up for a hidden jem Valley and water trail
Join me for a water trail inside a valley that considered as hidden jems in Jordan, you won't believe actually that this is in Jordan. The water trail has a lot of waterfall that come from the side of the valley, it's almost 3 hours trail back and forth. We will start walking for around 1.5 hour inside the valley and after that we will light-up our fire and cook a traditional dish call Sajjyeh and some Hummus. Have some fun-talks and then going back home.
Cook a Traditional Dish with Shereen
Meet your local chef and become her Sous Chef for the day! Learn the recipe of the local dish you'll be making & write it down to take home to cook for friends & family. Prepare the meal & enjoy together. Other things to note Bring your camera to take memorable photos or to document the recipe. Let Shereen know if you're a vegan or vegetarian (she's a very good vegan chef actually)!
Alternative Downtown Tour
On this tour, I will guide you through an in-depth journey through modern Amman focusing on its history. We will highlight the most important historical events of modern day Jordan by visiting places and people that bring these events to life. This tour highlights the differences between the western and less-visited eastern side of the city, the role of immigrants, and economic history that has contributed to the east-west divide. Observing street art, graffiti, and local markets will help us explore the economic realities of each area. We will learn about daily life in east Amman from its residents, including the local art of pigeon breeding and training. I have a passion for storytelling and connecting guests with locals to learn about what life is like in Amman set against the last 150 years of its history. As many of the reviews have noted, guests find this connection to be special and unique, and something that most touristic experiences do not offer. I would love to host you on this tour to meet the beautiful people and learn about the rich history of this city. Sharing a traditional dinner (Iftar during Ramadan) and conversation with a family host can be arranged for a modest additional cost, if desired. Please send a direct message if you're interested. Other things to note: A more suitable time for the guests and the tour guide can be arranged after booking.
Dtour
We will begin our tour at one of Amman's oldest district (Abdali), heading towards the main court of Amman (Palace of Justice) where we will share a little bit of Amman's history and judicial system. Then we will visit a mosque and a church which are located at the same street talking about the diversity in Jordan and sharing the habits and traditions of its citizens. As we continue walking, we will visit the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts which is a cultural, non-governmental, non-profit organisation, founded in Amman, Jordan, in 1979. Its goal is to encourage cultural diversity, disseminate artistic knowledge and promote art from the Islamic and Developing worlds. In 1980 it established the contemporary museum collection of artworks from the Developing World. We will then visit a local jam shop which is a dynamic lifestyle brand from Jordan. Makers of artisan jams, botanical teas and raw honey. they design food experiences inspired by the landscape and my tourists get to buy and taste some of their remarkable jams. The tour will end at Downtown Amman, which we will get to buy going down very unique stairs with graffiti drawings on every wall. We will have lunch at the very famous Falafel restaurant and end it up with the delicious sweet Knafeh. Other things to note It is a walking tour so make sure you come with comfortable shoes!
Float in the White beach of the Dead Sea
Join me on this one-of-a-kind adventure to the White Beach 'Salt-beach' of the Earth's lowest point. Starting from Amman, we will head directly to the Dead Sea. Taking some incredible pictures is a must, and then We'll go floating-swimming, and just relaxing in the water while reading a book. Have you heard about the Dead Sea mud? They say it can bring your skin back to life if you're 6-years-old, so let's have a mud-bath. Finally, before heading home, we watched the spectacular sunset reflecting on the white-crystal salt. And then, it's dinner time at the one of the oldest restaurants in Amman, with best local food.

פעילויות מומלצות באזור Al Amirah Rahmah

The People of Amman, Downtown Tour
Our goal was to create an exciting experience to connect visitors with locals, artists, and craftsmen. To see this ancient turned-modern city the way we do, as a local and American ex-pat. We start by meeting with an Arabic calligrapher, hearing his stories and the history of this art. We’ll walk into the hustle of downtown to the vibrant souk, to meet the shop owners and taste the spices. Next a carpet maker to appreciate his craft, in a bazaar filled with incredible colors and antiques. During our walk, we’ll try fresh juice or coffee along the way We’ll share our personal stories of living here and you'll be able to see the rich culture of this unique city.
Eat like a Local, Downtown Tour
Join us in our favorite spots downtown, all accessible on foot. From food stands to the largest market downtown. On our walk chat with us about the relationship between culture and food, and learn more about the Levant Arab region as we share stories about living in Amman as a local and American ex-pat. One special stop gives meals back to the community for every dish sold. We end our tour in front of the Roman theatre, where we'll try some of the food carts in this historic park. Eat as the locals do with us! All food is included in the tour.
Amman Nightlife tour
No trip in Jordan is complete without experiencing the rich Jordanian nightlife, this tour throws you deep into The heart of late nights in Amman. This Unique tour Is here to deliver a genuine Jordanian Experience by giving you the opportunity to rub shoulders With the locals on a few carefully selected Bars and rooftops. Amman has some of the best nightlife in Jordan, and with this tour you will crawl experience you'll get to drink your way through some of the finest watering holes. You'll visit places where you can try local drinks, a good places to enjoy nightlife in Amman, a popular local hangout. You will visit the Jordan River experience wine shop! Local bars to try the unique local beer Petra and carackale! experience the best nights of Amman by visiting the highest rooftop in the city 23rd floor. Walk around the west city part and discovere the difference between old town and new town.
Discover Amman through local eyes
We will start This tour driving to rainbow street a popular leisure and culture district with numerous historic houses , then we will go to the historic downtown to see one of the oldest stone houses open to the public, after that we will drive to see the Roman Theatre, then we will go to Jabal Al Qal’a to see the astounding open-air museum “Amman's Citadel” .
Old Amman on foot like no guidebook
We meet up in front of my residence at the indicated day and time, and we head downtown passing through my neighborhood, the trendy artistic Jabal Weibdeh. We descend cute hidden colorful stairs that bring us right into the traditional markets of city center, ultimately leading us to the "Nymphaeum" Roman public fountain and the must-see Roman amphitheatre that can fit up to 6000 spectators! Next, we stretch our legs and climb up to the famous Roman/Islamic citadel (Please note entrance fees to these sites are not included: 2 JDs for the amphitheatre and 3 JDs for the citadel, unless you have purchased the Jordan Pass ahead of time which will grant you free entry). On the way back to downtown, we pass by some famous sweet shops to try the mouthwatering Syrian Halawet Jiben and the famous Palestinian Kunafa, where we end the tour. Other things to note: -Good walking stamina is required. - If you wish to visit the citadel along the way, expect climbing up around 100 stairs. -Walk is highly customizable based on your time and interest. Ladies, try to avoid shorts and revealing clothes, area of tour is traditional and thus conservative.

פעילויות מומלצות באזור Al Mudaraj

Explore Arabic Calligraphy
This experience will give you the basics of calligraphy; aka khat Arabi, an art that has been endorsed for hundreds of years in the region. What will be the focus of this experience? The Deewani script! It is one of the eight common varieties of Arabic script. it has been used for the important "messages" during the Ottoman Empire and is used till now as a smooth, lovely, and brilliant calligraphy font. You will learn about Arabic letters, how to hold an Arabic pen, and to try the other fonts. In the end, you can get your name or any other word you like as a design, you might like to keep it or convert it into a tattoo ;) besides taking a calligraphy pen to practice!
Food Crawl of Melting Cultures
A Food crawl that will give you the chance to fill up on delicious food: Some typical for Jordan and some brought into our country by immigrants from neighboring countries who helped create a unique gastronomic melting point in Amman over the past century. We meet in Jabal Weibdeh, and walk to our first stop where we will try the Armenian Basturma sandwich (seasoned air-dried cured beef), and learn a bit about the history of the largest non-Arab Christian minority in Jordan, who settled here post World War I. We then descend to “Darat Al-Funoon” gallery to enjoy Iraqi, Iranian, or Yemeni tea in their panoramic garden. (Closed on Fridays). We continue our descent to city center to try the most famous Vegetarian Middle Eastern bite of all time: “Falafel”. We taste the freshly-prepared chickpea balls in one of the most iconic shops established in 1948. We continue our path to try out a very famous Levantine sandwich: “Shawerma”, freshly grilled and sliced off a cone-like stack. Our 5th stop is a hidden gem, a Pakistani restaurant. We try delicious selected signature dishes while I tell you the story of how pakistani nationals like the restaurant owner “Abu-Ryad” settled in Jordan as farmers 2 generations ago. Our tour ends SWEETLY with Syrian and Palestinian desserts: Halawet el-Jibn, cheese dow filled with fresh cream, and the infamous Palestinian Knafe!
Cultural Talk on How to Live in Amman
If you are an expat, new to Amman or maybe an exchange student, ill share with you the most important knowledge you need to know to live in Amman :) the city is almost a 4 million people size, which means you will come across different mindsets and separated societies, where everyone got their own unique lifestyle and habbits... We will talk about the society's culture, and how to blend in the community! where to find hidden activities and how to engage with locals properly. Like any other city in the world, Amman has its usual Prejudgments! some would tell you that we use camels for transportation, or that we are always mad or angry, is it safe for women, and if the cuisine is vegan-friendly? What about the language, do you need to learn it? or what is the difference between Arabic and Jordanian "Language"? What about feminism and how we interact with it? is Amman liberal or conservative? we will chat about all these things :)
Learn my old family Jordanian dishes
You will learn how to cook comfort Jordanian dishes from my Grandma’s recipes but with an international modern twist that is very easy to duplicate back home. Examples are (Jordanian Bedouin Sajieh with Pesto or Freekeh risotto). Itinerary: The experience will last for 3 hours per the following: 1) Guest welcome (Jordanian style), with Arabic coffee and dates, while talking about the Jordanian culture and providing few tips about Amman city. 2) Each guest up to six will be assigned her / his tools and have a hands-on cooking lesson. 3) We will cook then eat a Jordanian tray that includes two starters and two main dishes. 4) Vegan and vegetarian dishes are available and can be customized per request. 5) Soft drinks are provided; guests are free to bring their favorite beverages. The cooking lesson will take place in my recently renovated kitchen especially customized to host the cooking experience, I will also explain /talk and provide samples of my grandma’s secret spice recipe, a spice mix that is flavor base for most Jordanian dishes and provide a unique flavor that is not easy to replicate. Other things to note This Experience complies with the Airbnb's Guidelines for Safe Food Handling
Local Food tour at the Downtown with Celebrity Chef Leen
Having a walking street food tour with a local celebrity chef is one great experience to have in any city you visit; trying traditional Jordanian food and telling stories behind dishes, restaurants and different places.. Part of the tour is also into some galleries and historical sites within the area

כל הפעילויות באזור עמן

Warm up for a hidden jem Valley and water trail
Join me for a water trail inside a valley that considered as hidden jems in Jordan, you won't believe actually that this is in Jordan. The water trail has a lot of waterfall that come from the side of the valley, it's almost 3 hours trail back and forth. We will start walking for around 1.5 hour inside the valley and after that we will light-up our fire and cook a traditional dish call Sajjyeh and some Hummus. Have some fun-talks and then going back home.
Cook a Traditional Dish with Shereen
Meet your local chef and become her Sous Chef for the day! Learn the recipe of the local dish you'll be making & write it down to take home to cook for friends & family. Prepare the meal & enjoy together. Other things to note Bring your camera to take memorable photos or to document the recipe. Let Shereen know if you're a vegan or vegetarian (she's a very good vegan chef actually)!
Experience Amman city to the fullest
On this trip we will go in depth into Amman city. I'll show you the historic side of Amman, I'll walk you through every hidden gem in the old streets of Amman. You will experience the outstanding streets, food, archaeological sites, people and some religious sites in Amman like The King AbdAllah Moseqe. We will go through every detail and story of each part of the old city of Amman and you will get to experience the full Amman culture and history trip. The tour will take place in Amman's old quarter, including Jabal Al Webdieh, Al Abdali, Downtown, Amman Citadel and finally Jabal Amman (Rainbow Street). (if the tour time or date is not convenient for you , you can send me a massage to schedule another time and date ) (the price does not include any entry tickets )
Dtour
We will begin our tour at one of Amman's oldest district (Abdali), heading towards the main court of Amman (Palace of Justice) where we will share a little bit of Amman's history and judicial system. Then we will visit a mosque and a church which are located at the same street talking about the diversity in Jordan and sharing the habits and traditions of its citizens. As we continue walking, we will visit the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts which is a cultural, non-governmental, non-profit organisation, founded in Amman, Jordan, in 1979. Its goal is to encourage cultural diversity, disseminate artistic knowledge and promote art from the Islamic and Developing worlds. In 1980 it established the contemporary museum collection of artworks from the Developing World. We will then visit a local jam shop which is a dynamic lifestyle brand from Jordan. Makers of artisan jams, botanical teas and raw honey. they design food experiences inspired by the landscape and my tourists get to buy and taste some of their remarkable jams. The tour will end at Downtown Amman, which we will get to buy going down very unique stairs with graffiti drawings on every wall. We will have lunch at the very famous Falafel restaurant and end it up with the delicious sweet Knafeh. Other things to note It is a walking tour so make sure you come with comfortable shoes!
Alternative Downtown Tour
On this tour, I will guide you through an in-depth journey through modern Amman focusing on its history. We will highlight the most important historical events of modern day Jordan by visiting places and people that bring these events to life. This tour highlights the differences between the western and less-visited eastern side of the city, the role of immigrants, and economic history that has contributed to the east-west divide. Observing street art, graffiti, and local markets will help us explore the economic realities of each area. We will learn about daily life in east Amman from its residents, including the local art of pigeon breeding and training. I have a passion for storytelling and connecting guests with locals to learn about what life is like in Amman set against the last 150 years of its history. As many of the reviews have noted, guests find this connection to be special and unique, and something that most touristic experiences do not offer. I would love to host you on this tour to meet the beautiful people and learn about the rich history of this city. Sharing a traditional dinner (Iftar during Ramadan) and conversation with a family host can be arranged for a modest additional cost, if desired. Please send a direct message if you're interested. Other things to note: A more suitable time for the guests and the tour guide can be arranged after booking.
Eat like a Local, Downtown Tour
Join us in our favorite spots downtown, all accessible on foot. From food stands to the largest market downtown. On our walk chat with us about the relationship between culture and food, and learn more about the Levant Arab region as we share stories about living in Amman as a local and American ex-pat. One special stop gives meals back to the community for every dish sold. We end our tour in front of the Roman theatre, where we'll try some of the food carts in this historic park. Eat as the locals do with us! All food is included in the tour.
The People of Amman, Downtown Tour
Our goal was to create an exciting experience to connect visitors with locals, artists, and craftsmen. To see this ancient turned-modern city the way we do, as a local and American ex-pat. We start by meeting with an Arabic calligrapher, hearing his stories and the history of this art. We’ll walk into the hustle of downtown to the vibrant souk, to meet the shop owners and taste the spices. Next a carpet maker to appreciate his craft, in a bazaar filled with incredible colors and antiques. During our walk, we’ll try fresh juice or coffee along the way We’ll share our personal stories of living here and you'll be able to see the rich culture of this unique city.
Float in the White beach of the Dead Sea
Join me on this one-of-a-kind adventure to the White Beach 'Salt-beach' of the Earth's lowest point. Starting from Amman, we will head directly to the Dead Sea. Taking some incredible pictures is a must, and then We'll go floating-swimming, and just relaxing in the water while reading a book. Have you heard about the Dead Sea mud? They say it can bring your skin back to life if you're 6-years-old, so let's have a mud-bath. Finally, before heading home, we watched the spectacular sunset reflecting on the white-crystal salt. And then, it's dinner time at the one of the oldest restaurants in Amman, with best local food.
Views Over Amman Photoshoot
Join me as we have a photo shoot and walk of the Amman Citadel. We'll walk around the site and take a variety of shots, and I'll share my personal favorite spots for photography. Afterward, we can stop for coffee or tea. I'll get to know you more, and share my thoughts about living in Jordan as an American ex-pat. Includes 30 photos on a private online gallery. I strive to take flattering portraits with interesting natural compositions. It's perfect for solo travelers who rarely get shots of themselves. Or a great choice for couples and families exploring Jordan together.
Explore Arabic Calligraphy
This experience will give you the basics of calligraphy; aka khat Arabi, an art that has been endorsed for hundreds of years in the region. What will be the focus of this experience? The Deewani script! It is one of the eight common varieties of Arabic script. it has been used for the important "messages" during the Ottoman Empire and is used till now as a smooth, lovely, and brilliant calligraphy font. You will learn about Arabic letters, how to hold an Arabic pen, and to try the other fonts. In the end, you can get your name or any other word you like as a design, you might like to keep it or convert it into a tattoo ;) besides taking a calligraphy pen to practice!
Old Amman on foot like no guidebook
We meet up in front of my residence at the indicated day and time, and we head downtown passing through my neighborhood, the trendy artistic Jabal Weibdeh. We descend cute hidden colorful stairs that bring us right into the traditional markets of city center, ultimately leading us to the "Nymphaeum" Roman public fountain and the must-see Roman amphitheatre that can fit up to 6000 spectators! Next, we stretch our legs and climb up to the famous Roman/Islamic citadel (Please note entrance fees to these sites are not included: 2 JDs for the amphitheatre and 3 JDs for the citadel, unless you have purchased the Jordan Pass ahead of time which will grant you free entry). On the way back to downtown, we pass by some famous sweet shops to try the mouthwatering Syrian Halawet Jiben and the famous Palestinian Kunafa, where we end the tour. Other things to note: -Good walking stamina is required. - If you wish to visit the citadel along the way, expect climbing up around 100 stairs. -Walk is highly customizable based on your time and interest. Ladies, try to avoid shorts and revealing clothes, area of tour is traditional and thus conservative.
Amman Nightlife tour
No trip in Jordan is complete without experiencing the rich Jordanian nightlife, this tour throws you deep into The heart of late nights in Amman. This Unique tour Is here to deliver a genuine Jordanian Experience by giving you the opportunity to rub shoulders With the locals on a few carefully selected Bars and rooftops. Amman has some of the best nightlife in Jordan, and with this tour you will crawl experience you'll get to drink your way through some of the finest watering holes. You'll visit places where you can try local drinks, a good places to enjoy nightlife in Amman, a popular local hangout. You will visit the Jordan River experience wine shop! Local bars to try the unique local beer Petra and carackale! experience the best nights of Amman by visiting the highest rooftop in the city 23rd floor. Walk around the west city part and discovere the difference between old town and new town.
Discover Amman through local eyes
We will start This tour driving to rainbow street a popular leisure and culture district with numerous historic houses , then we will go to the historic downtown to see one of the oldest stone houses open to the public, after that we will drive to see the Roman Theatre, then we will go to Jabal Al Qal’a to see the astounding open-air museum “Amman's Citadel” .
Food Crawl of Melting Cultures
A Food crawl that will give you the chance to fill up on delicious food: Some typical for Jordan and some brought into our country by immigrants from neighboring countries who helped create a unique gastronomic melting point in Amman over the past century. We meet in Jabal Weibdeh, and walk to our first stop where we will try the Armenian Basturma sandwich (seasoned air-dried cured beef), and learn a bit about the history of the largest non-Arab Christian minority in Jordan, who settled here post World War I. We then descend to “Darat Al-Funoon” gallery to enjoy Iraqi, Iranian, or Yemeni tea in their panoramic garden. (Closed on Fridays). We continue our descent to city center to try the most famous Vegetarian Middle Eastern bite of all time: “Falafel”. We taste the freshly-prepared chickpea balls in one of the most iconic shops established in 1948. We continue our path to try out a very famous Levantine sandwich: “Shawerma”, freshly grilled and sliced off a cone-like stack. Our 5th stop is a hidden gem, a Pakistani restaurant. We try delicious selected signature dishes while I tell you the story of how pakistani nationals like the restaurant owner “Abu-Ryad” settled in Jordan as farmers 2 generations ago. Our tour ends SWEETLY with Syrian and Palestinian desserts: Halawet el-Jibn, cheese dow filled with fresh cream, and the infamous Palestinian Knafe!
Cultural Talk on How to Live in Amman
If you are an expat, new to Amman or maybe an exchange student, ill share with you the most important knowledge you need to know to live in Amman :) the city is almost a 4 million people size, which means you will come across different mindsets and separated societies, where everyone got their own unique lifestyle and habbits... We will talk about the society's culture, and how to blend in the community! where to find hidden activities and how to engage with locals properly. Like any other city in the world, Amman has its usual Prejudgments! some would tell you that we use camels for transportation, or that we are always mad or angry, is it safe for women, and if the cuisine is vegan-friendly? What about the language, do you need to learn it? or what is the difference between Arabic and Jordanian "Language"? What about feminism and how we interact with it? is Amman liberal or conservative? we will chat about all these things :)
  1. Airbnb
  2. ירדן
  3. Amman Governorate
  4. עמן