Discover the Levant Region
JORDAN (Al-ʾUrdunn | الأردن)
A Beacon of Peace & Stability
Home to the one of the seven new wonders of the world, Petra (right), Jordan is a small and diplomatic country in the Middle East. Since it’s inception in the 1920s, Jordan has generally been a peaceful and tolerant country in a seemingly unstable region.
Lacking the natural resources of a major economy, Jordan relies on its authentic hospitality, serene nature, but most of all its young & eager people.
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth at roughly 1,400 ft below sea level. Also known as the Salt Sea, for its high salinity, visitors can effortless float while enjoying the stunning sunset or just a really good book!
PALESTINE (Filasṭīn | فلسطين)
Religious Capital of the World
An ancient prehistoric land with a rich history, three of the world’s most prominent religions (Islam, Christianity and Judaism) call it's capital city, Jerusalem, home. Throughout its complicated history, Palestine has been ruled by numerous civilizations, including the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Egyptians and Crusaders.
The Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, which is considered the birthplace of Jesus Christ, is regarded as a sacred place by both Christians and Muslims alike. It is also one of the world’s oldest churches!
LEBANON (Lubnān | لبنان)
Switzerland of the Middle East
One of the world’s smaller sovereign states, Lebanon been long distinguished as the commercial and cultural center of the Middle East.
Beirut, it’s capital, attracted so many tourists in the 1960, earning its name as the Paris of the Middle East. Lebanese culture reflects the legacy of civilizations dating back thousands of years. Today, modern Lebanon continues to be celebrated for its flourishing art, music, film and literature scene.
Gibran Khalil Gibran was a Lebanese-American writer and poet, known best for his world-renowned book ‘The Prophet’. Translated into more than 100 languages, the profit is one of the most translated books in history.
SYRIA (Sūriyā | سوريا)
Capital of the Levant