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At 17 Jordanian dollars you don't get much of a show. Atmospheric with candles but light "show" was poor.
Go to Tower of David in Jerusalem and see what a wonderful light show can look like. If petra used this technology they could put on...More
Petra by Night could be a magical experience if people knew how to behave. The whole concept is that you walk along a dark-ish candle-lit way towards the Siq, and soak in the experience. This point is completely lost in 95% of people. People will...More
I was really looking forward to this experience. What a disappointment! A 2 kilometre stumble over uneven surfaces through the Siq (better experienced in the daylight). Boring performances and an anti climatic light up of the Treasury and a cup of sweet tea. Then the...More
This is one of those experiences which presents the traveller with a dilemma. It is probably going to be a tourist rip-off, but at the same time its a unique tourist rip-off, and when will you ever be back in Petra? I had envisaged it...More
I was expecting more but it was still an okay show. It’s a 2-kilometre walk from the entrance to The Treasury building lit only by candles. I would suggest to bring a flashlight to avoid tripping hazards.
At The Treasury building, you sit on mats...More
Well, it was Petra and it was at night, and there were candles so it does not contravene the trades description act. Having said that it took 40 minutes along the dimly lit Siq to get there, and when you arrived at the Treasury someone...More
I did this tour on my first day in Petra, before doing the trails. It was a good idea, as I was not as tired, and it did not 'spoil' my visit on the following day, as Petra by night and by day are completely...More
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Yes it is open in October, it only is on 2/3 nights a week so go into Petra by night been site to check out which days, I know Wednesday and Friday it's on, so be aware you really need to be able to walk particularly steep... More
Yes it is open in October, it only is on 2/3 nights a week so go into Petra by night been site to check out which days, I know Wednesday and Friday it's on, so be aware you really need to be able to walk particularly steep coming back and take a torch.