Tourism ministry launches “Urdun Jannah” program

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AMMAN — The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and Jordan Tourism Board launched activities of “Urdun Jannah” program, which encourages domestic tourism, in the cultural square of Karak Castle, said the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The program features multiple musical and folkloric performances, bazaars, and artistic shows at Karak’s archaeological sites, which are scheduled to run to the end of September 2022, according to a ministry statement on Saturday.

Launching these activities is part of efforts to revive tourism in governorates, acquaint citizens with the country’s diverse tourist and archaeological sites, and empower local communities by holding popular bazaars by Karak’s charitable associations.

The ministry said the program’s trips will be launched to attend these activities and tour the attractions and archaeological sites. It said entry to attend the events will be free.

Reservations for the program’s tours, which are jointly subsidized to cover more than 50 percent of the cost of each trip for Jordanians, will be made by travel offices listed on the “” application on smart phones.

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