I recently traveled to Jordan a month ago and spent a few weeks there. It was not the best experience I had traveling anywhere and I am sorry to say that I would never willingly go there again. While Amman itself seems nice enough, it was tough finding good venues to go to besides the usual McDonalds, cafes, and random bars which Im not into.Petra and the Dead Sea were beautiful but other that that did not find Jordan impressive at all. The Dead Sea Hotel is a must and from my understanding the least expensive of all the other hotels in the area. For Petra, Sofitel was amazing.Good food, great room, good services. Best to wake up very early and start checking it out though due to the hot weather during the day and also to avoid the throngs of tourists that start venturing out to there. I would also advise to wear protective clothing against the sun. Perhaps my most biggest disappointment was the way foreign Arabs treated the place.Seeing Saudis and such people enter mosques and then exit them to go to the nearest go go bar at the end of the block disgusted me.I did not feel comfortable and safe as well in this city.Perhaps with time as things become more developed and people become more open to the rest of the world things might change. Who knows. The worst possible tourist spot of all time though was Bayt Ali a camp in Wadi Rum. The owners of the place were not welcoming at all and barely acknowledged us. The place itself was poorly equipped. I did not get the sense that they cared about their guests. Dinner was measly,a few kebabs hummus salad and spaghetti with a ketchup and sauce base. Yuck! The natural beauty of the area was lovely but the camp itself was horrible and disgusting. I strongly recommend anyone to try out other camps in the area. We give it a 1 out of 10 overall. http://www.baitali.com/ Horrible!