Azraq Lodge

Address: Azraq Wetlands Reserve, Azraq, Jordan | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Azraq Wetlands Reserve, Azraq, is near Qasr Azraq.
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          Africa once again

          A travel blog entry by ennyv on Nov 09, 2015

          6 comments, 3 photos

          ... to Africa but I needed these on order to get a visa for DRC, Democratic Republic of Congo.

          Burundi stopped this spring giving a visa on arrival but I managed to get one while I was in the USA after I had made sure that I did not need my passport to fly inside the States.

          DRC has a mini embassy in Tel Aviv, it is a small apartment in a regular high rise, old building. No security at all very friendly people and after two visits many ...

          Harry regrets not being able to fist bump Hercules

          A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Oct 30, 2015

          3 photos

          Our final day started on the bus. All the way back to Amman via a couple of souvenir shops where the staff follow you around and state the obvious whenever you look at any item. For example, Pagey picked up a deck of cards. 'It is for play cards' stated Obvious Al Thanksforthat the salesman. We arrived in Amman and were taken to the citadel overlooking the city. More Roman ruins, not as extensive and well preserved as Jerash, but still enjoyable. The highlight was ...

          Desert Castles

          A travel blog entry by allieadventures on Apr 09, 2012

          1 comment, 30 photos

          ... castle we went to was Qasr Kharana. The outside has been restored beautifully. The inside showed signs of vandalism. This castle is located on a trade route and could have possibly been a meeting space for Damascus elite and local Bedouin. The next castle we went to was Qusayr Amra, one of the best preserved desert buildings of floor to ceiling frescos. The consensus amongst historians feel that this was built between AD 705-715. Depicted in this castle ...

          Desert Castle's

          A travel blog entry by cral on Nov 24, 2011

          14 photos

          ... Amra which is the most famous of the desert castles, the building that's left is just a small part of the actually castle but they are restoring it and it has some good examples of early islamic art (when it was secular) decorating the insides. Being only small it didn't take long to look around but we did stop with some bedouin for tea by the fire and were encouraged to try and drum along (poorly) to the radio :D

          We finished the tea and then to Qasr Azraq which ...

          Desert Castles, Jerash and the Iraqi Border

          A travel blog entry by karl.and.kat on Oct 15, 2011

          28 photos

          ... to Canadians….]

          The desert castles- Qasr Kharaneh, Qasr Azraq and Qusayr Amra- are in the eastern desert of Jordan. The term desert castle is a misnomer for both Qasr Kharaneh and Qusayr Amra, since the former’s function is unclear but believed to be a caravanserai ("hotel" for caravans) as well as an agricultural center from the 8th century AD, and the latter was a royal bath house, part of a much larger estate. Azraq fort is ...