After arrival in Amman by air, you can take a taxi to transfer to check in the hotel. For the rest of the day, you may choose to have a good rest to recover from the jet lag or tour around the Amman city near the hotel by yourselves.
In the morning, you are going to visit Amman. Amman is a mountain city with long history located on top of the seven hills. It remains a large number of relics from Roman to Islamic period, which makes it seem like a natural archeological museum. You will go to the oldest region of Amman to visit Al Husseini Mosque, which was built in 640 A.D. Before going to the most splendid joint burial, you will have some free time to stroll around by yourselves. Next stop will be Kahf Al Raqim, where has been described in the Holy Quran of Islam. After all the visits, you will go back to Amman.
After breakfast, the bus will take you to Wadi Shuayb, where Shrine of Prophet Shuayb is located in. After visiting here, you will head to Jordan Valley to have a tour of the tomb of Abu Ubaida Amer bin Al-Jarrah, a relative of Prophet Mohammad. Then proceed to visit the tomb of Moath bin Jabal, the translator and compiler of Holy Quran. The last spot you are going to visit today is the tomb of Dear bin Al Azwar. Finally you will return to Amman.
In the morning, you will move southward to Kerak by bus, where you can visit the famous castles and the ancient battleground of Battle of Mutah happened in 629 A.D. Here you will also visit the tomb of Zaid bin Harithah who commanded and sacrificed in this battle. After visiting in Kerak, you will go back to Amman.
There is no scheduled activity arranged in the morning. You can have a good rest at the hotel or go out for shopping. After lunch, you will transfer to the airport for the homeward flight departing from Jordan and put an end to this fascinating journey.