In a scene from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade they ride down a narrow gorge and discover a huge temple carved into a rock face. This isn't some fancy Hollywood CGI, but Petra, a UNESCO heritage site in Jordan.
But there's more to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan than the ancient city of Petra. In the South lies the vast nature reserve of Wadi Rum. A huge desert dotted with wind carved sandstone rocks towering almost 6,000ft. Whilst in the North you can discover Jerash, one of the the most complete Roman city ruins outside Italy. Of course there's also the Dead Sea - the lowest point on the earth and with water so salty you can float effortlessly.