Getting There Aqaba
Standing proudly on the northern tip of the Red Sea, Aqaba is your southern doorstep into simplicity, purity and splendor. Walk through its streets and explore the hidden treasures of this truly fascinating city. Adorned with the kindness of its people and the hospitality they offer, Aqaba will embrace you with its own brand of magic. It is a cool base for some sun and beach time. Enjoy the crystal waters of the Red Sea and experience the corals dancing to the warmth of the penetrating sun. The warm waters of Aqaba provide a perfect habitat for an array of unique and dazzlingly colored fish. Thanks to Aqaba's clear waters, this rainbow of colors can be experienced without even having to enter the water.
Trade and pilgrimage routes over land and by sea led here from Egypt, Arabia and north. Nowadays Aqaba is both a bustling resort city and a tourist center .The land of eternal sunshine pampers its visitors with a spectacular landscape, a beautiful bay and mild weather that blesses the city all through the year.
Aqaba has much more to offer than just fantastic year around weather and luxurious resorts; it is chockfull of aquatic attractions which make any vacation exemplary. Aqaba is easily accessible from around the world by air, land and sea. There are flights from all major airports to Amman the capital of Jordan or direct to King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba, visitors arriving from different destinations into Queen Alia International Airport in Amman on Friday evening can then fly to Aqaba on Saturday at 1:15 am and arrive there at 2:10 am , where the flight stops from July till end of August and from January till end of March.
You can also access Aqaba from Israel overland across south Wadi Araba Crossing border. The option is also available to travel via ferry or speedboat from Taba and Nuweiba in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula to Aqaba.