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Tour of Jordan that doesn't do the standard itinerary

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I'm considering a trip to Jordan and Israel in October.

As a solo female traveler in Jordan, I keep going back and forth on whether or not to join a tour. The thing is, I'd like the camaraderie of a group, particularly since it would be my first time visiting the country, but all the tours seem to go to places I'm not particularly interested in. Left to my own devices, I'd do Jerash, Petra, Ajloun, and the Dana Biosphere Reserve. (But I'd skip Wadi Rum and Aqaba, and probably just use Amman as a starting point). Just my personal preferences; time is limited to a week in each country.)

Are there any tours that do anything close to my itinerary? I haven't been able to find them.

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