Interaction with Syrian Refugee in IIPT Anniversary

The International Institute for Peace through Tourism will collaborate with the El Awon  Charity in Azraq, Jordan to help the Syrian refugees in the area. This tour will be an opportunity to interact with the children who attend classes provided by the charity and you will learn about the difficulties they face and the efforts to assist them.


Day 1

Depart from international locations

Air arrangements are the responsibility of the traveler.

Day 3

Jordan Peace Park

Day 5


Azraq tour, Azraq Community Center O/N Azraq Lodge


Madaba/Mt. Nebo late departure

(An optional extension for Petra, Wadi Rum and Aqaba will be available)


  • visa and exit fees
  • transfer
  • accommodations
  • breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Admissions and driver
  • English-speaking guide

Day 2

Arrive Amman

Met by Near Eastern Tours representative, transfer to the Dead Sea O/N Dead Sea Moevenpick

 Day 4

RSCJ luncheon at Wild Jordan Cafe, Tour Amman, Amman Moevenpick

Amman, RSCJ luncheon at Wild Jordan Cafe, Tour Amman, Amman Moevenpick

Day 6 

Peace Park

Peace Park dedication at Azraq Wetlands Reserve 

Syrian refugee students print their hands with colors on their school walls at the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) at the Zatari Syrian refugee camp near Mafraq city, Jordan, 19 March 2014. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) held a series of activities for children and youth in its educational center in the Zaatari Refugee Camp, which included tree planting and hand painting to remind the world that they ?were here?. The event comes to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of the Syrian revolution. EPA/JAMAL NASRALLAH