We head to little Petra via Namalah road (ant's track road), we visit the Nabateans ancient caravan station (3 BC century- 1st century AD).Namalah Road is a twisting road ascends from 100 meters above sea level into panoramic views 900 above sea level. After, we walk via the mountains of Almatalah all the way to the monastery in the mountain. Then we descend to the main site. We enter Petra via the Roman part.
The first Nabatean's carved monument we're going to see is the Monastery, a hilltop temple, the largest structure in Petra. Requires a strenuous trek up 800 stairs, with plenty of tranquil spots along the way to rest and admire the views. Then, we head to the Street of Facades, this row of more than forty tombs and other structures lining the cliff walls of the Outer Siq is noteworthy because a few of the tombs are easily accessible. After this, Royal Tombs are our next destination, a collection of particularly large and ornate tombs, thought to be reserved for monarchs and high-level aristocracy. Qasr al-Bint, one of the only free-standing buildings in Petra, this imposing temple was once the primary Nabatean place of worship. Colonnaded Street which is Petra's main drag, is the next. Theater, this huge, Hellenic-style amphitheater near the Street of Facades has a capacity for 8,500 people and was built before the Roman occupation in the first century AD. Treasury will be at the end of the Siq, you'll be welcomed to Petra by The Treasury, a towering and impeccably preserved example of Nabatean rock-cut architecture. Siq, a dramatic passage between two towering rock walls, is the most common way to enter Petra. It's easy to walk.
Accommodation: Fixed Camp: Al-Amareen Bedouin Camp or similar
Meals: Break-fast, lunch, dinner.
Distance: 16 km