Jordan has an exceptional range of climates for such a small country. This is heavily influenced by the country’s diverse levels of altitude. You have the higher northern and central regions, which between December and February can be quite cold; while at the same time, lower areas such as the Gulf of Aqaba and the Jordan Valley are boasting a comfortable average of 23°C. In summer, these lower regions become humid and extremely hot and are best avoided between July and August.
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10 - Therapeutic tourism
You may be surprised that Jordan is a place to consider when looking for medical care abroad. It has first-class health care providers; rated number one in the region, and fifth worldwide, as a tourism hub for medical treatment. Jordan offers superior medical care that rivals that of the USA and Europe, at a fraction of the cost. And while you’re enjoying your savings, you can revel in the incredible culture and sites too! The package could not be more complete.