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If you've taken the time to truly explore the main Petra complex, then the buildings here are just more of the same - and, to get here (unless you rented a car) you paid to hire a taxi or a guide. Not money well spent.
Once you understand the purpose of this place's existence, you'll know immediately why you had to see it. It won't take much time, but the ancient trading post is so cool. Petra itself was a city built for the purpose of death, a burial ground....More
We arrived in the afternoon to Petra, and we said that starting our trek in Petra in the afternoon would be useless (I recommend starting your trek into Petra in the early morning). So we were advised to visit Little Petra, and indeed it is...More
Little Petra is only 15 minutes from Petra and if you’ve already been to Petra it will be a disappointment. It is interesting to see but very underwhelming in comparison to the real deal. You barely need half an hour to visit. Ok, but only...More
As the name implies, a smaller version of Petra but if you have seen Petra it takes the edge off it. Located 15 minutes drive from town, Little Petra was where all the camel trains stopped. Bedouin lived in caves here until fairly recent times,...More