Jordan’s only port is located in Aqaba, which can be reached from Amman by road or air. It has grown considerably over the past few years, both as a port and as a tourist center, due in part to its excellent beach and watersports facilities, and its low humidity and hot climate. The town has a variety of small shops and several good restaurants. You can enjoy within your stay many beach activities, these include windsurfing, scuba diving, sailing and fishing. Aqaba's unique water holds many secrets and astonishes you with the world's most fascinating views ever, it's simply an underwater spectacular world that catches your breath and leaves you in a wonder world of beauty and charm. Most hotels have swimming pools, and offer continental and traditional cuisine. Some provide business and conference facilities and excursions to Amman, Petra and Wadi Rum. Aqaba’s Church, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 363 AD, was recently dig out and is one of the oldest buildings in the world. Aqaba offers a wonderful sea life that embraces sea turtles, dolphins, sea nocturnal creatures, crabs, shrimp, lobsters and countless types of marines.