Jordan is considered the gateway to the Middle East for medical tourism and one of the most attractive countries in the world for medical investments and hospital resorts due to the availability of several advantages in it, including medical tourism, health resorts, biomedical research, production and sales of medical equipment and the production of natural skin care products that are used as a treatment for a number of skin diseases extracted from the sea. Dead and rich in concentrated natural minerals.
One of the most important strengths that contributed to the development and progress of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in the field of medical services and health care is the efficiency of the medical and nursing staff working in the health sector.
Jordan is your smart destination for medical treatment
An elegant and clean city - the capital of modern Jordan - and the heart of the social movement, Rabat Ammonites, which was built by the Ammonites to be the capital of their state. Throughout history, it witnessed many waves of humankind, peoples and ancient civilizations, such as the Greek and Roman, and it once bore the name (Philadelphia), meaning the city of brotherly love. In the aspect of its antiquity and its antiquity, it has witnessed in the modern era a huge civilizational prosperity and a great geographical and urban extension. Old talk. It is the capital of Jordan and its vibrant heart. It contains the center of government, ministries, and all state institutions. It is the commercial center of Jordan. Its buildings have a distinctive architectural style dominated by beautiful white stone.
There are huge commercial centers that include the finest international brands, family entertainment centers and restaurants in one place.
The most attractive areas for tourists looking for warmth and picturesque nature in the winter and the strangeness of being a sea in which no living creatures live due to the high density of salts in its waters, and although it is poor in living creatures, the severe salinity constitutes a precious treasure for what it contains of minerals, besides As it has become an important destination for medical tourism, its salty water is a treatment for many incurable diseases such as psoriasis and other skin diseases by taking a shower and using medical products extracted from it and marketed in various parts of the world. Reaching the Dead Sea is easy and affordable, as there is a modern international road with several lanes that connects it from Amman, and transportation is available and convenient, and its prices are reasonable if you wish to use large public buses.
Near the Dead Sea, Ma'in Baths are distinguished by their hot mineral springs, whose temperature reaches more than fifty degrees Celsius, and they have an excellent therapeutic property. These waters flow in the form of a wonderful waterfall. The area has been developed in a modern way, where there is a modern hotel, covered pools and other open ones for treatment and bathing with hot mineral water. All the recreation requirements and medical treatment for diseases of the joints, bones and muscles are available to the visitor under the supervision of skilled doctors and experts.
Petra, the Pink City and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is undoubtedly Jordan's greatest treasure and the kingdom's most important tourist destination. Petra is a spacious and extended city, carved by the Nabateans in the rock, and the Nabateans are Arab traders who settled the region 2000 years ago, to work on turning it into a major center on the Silk Road, the spice route and other trade routes that linked China, India and the south of the Arab region with Egypt, Syria, Greece and Rome .
Entry to Petra is by one road, the Siq; The Siq is a narrow path, one kilometer long, surrounded on both sides by rocky cliffs up to 80 meters high.
Walking through the Siq to enter the city of Petra is in itself an exciting and rich experience, and the rock formations and formations along it are impressive.
When you reach the end of the Siq you will catch your first glimpse of the Treasury; Petra's most famous landmark.