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Once a sleepy village with an industrial port, Aqaba is quickly turning into an upscale travel destination. The city of 90,000 was declared a Special Economic Zone in 2000, and while downtown still ...
meg1021
07/16
On my bucket list. glad I went Read more
Charlie2dog
05/16
Used Memphis Tours it was great private van for four adults, perfect day. They reserved horse and buggy ahead! Read more
Chekhov
05/16
Very bumpy, rocky roads Read more
Chekhov
05/16
I expected to be able to visit Bedouin homes and see their handicrafts and did not. Read more
npezdek
01/16
It was wonderful except Royal Caribbean chose to dock on Jordan's New Year's Day resulting in unbearable ... Read more
F6969
12/15
Not bad would have been nice if they provided water . Read more
jaxgang
10/15
A little tiring as we were unable to get a horse and carriage but the place is magic and the Treasury is one ... Read more
nasus loves cruising
02/13
we took the shuttle into Aqaba. it was not a good experience. Ladies dress conservatively if you walk ... Read more
laurianna
02/13
Took the shuttle bus to town - at first we thought not much here, then found a few gems as we walked around ... Read more
houseflag
01/13
Aquaba (Jordan) industrial port , bus supplied to take you to hotel car park in town,returning passenger told ... Read more
Sophiesnores
05/12
Jordan - so much cleaner than Egypt Took a private tour (organised by CC member)to Petra - SUPER FANTASTIC Read more
marie cade
04/12
this was an industrial port but very quiet and clean but nothing special to look at as you would expect Read more
JeanneAl
04/12
Aqaba is an industrial port with nothing going for tourists. Read more
Chris Stansfield
03/12
We did not leave the ship this time but a pleasant view . Read more
bsaltman
11/11
Aqaba is a beautiful modern city on its own but the trip to Petra is a must. It is a delightful 2 hour ride ... Read more
Harvo
11/11
Early start to visit PETRA ,when all back on board we sailed back towards the Suez Canal not sure how much ... Read more
holeinone
05/11
If you don't go to Petra where the cost on the Princess Tours was huge and stay in Aquaba you will be ... Read more
alan
05/11
at least the only port you could walk off without been on a trip. Read more
Cymro1953
04/11
This was a holiday resort, though we were not there for that. You can't walk in the port area and have to be ... Read more
JOLLY LACK TAR
04/11
Aqaba,Large town but nothing to write home about, but the shopkeepers were reasonably pleasant. Camels on the ... Read more
Margaret Brown
03/11
Again a very industrial port, but this one had a shuttle bus provided. The Jordanian people were lovely. We ... Read more
Bruce Tucker
02/11
Aqaba itself was not a town that appealed to us but as the entry port for Jordan and Petra was not to be ... Read more
P Nelson
01/11
Aqaba is one of the ports of call that you can go off the ship and the ship provides a free regular shuttle ... Read more
Mrs DE Davies
01/11
Aqaba - nothing much to see - very much what can only be described as an industrial and dirty port. Read more
Jag500
12/10
Aqaba is really only the gateway to Petra - there is a courtesy bus, but it drops you a mile past all the ... Read more
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