Amman, the national capital, is located 60 miles (97 kilometers) northeast of Ma'In.
Don't just limit yourself to Ma'In; the wider region has been blessed with numerous natural and man-made attractions which await the savvy traveler. Examples of places in the vicinity of Ma'In are Dead Sea North, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest, and Sweimeh, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest.
Amman, is another good place to head to. It is approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Ma'In and offers a great selection of points of interest, for example Plaza Mall, International Stadium and Abu Darweesh Mosque. King Hussein Mosque, Royal Culture Center and University of Jordan are other good spots to visit.
Every destination has its fascinating history and this area has its own stories to tell. The ruins in these parts provide a fascinating window on the past.
Have an adventure you'll always remember while you are in the area. Connect with your inner-daredevil and go hot air ballooning!
Sampling local food is usually about more than just satisfying appetites. It offers a window into the regional character. Among the variety of ingredients frequently used in this part of the world are chicken and lamb. Maqluba (meat, rice and fried vegetables) and falafel sandwiches are popular with vacationers and residents alike. Harissa (honey, semolina cake), a good way to finish your meal. To finish your experience, try a shaneeneh (aged goat milk yoghurt). This is a frequently consumed non-alcoholic beverage here.
If you intend on traveling by plane, it's good to remember that the handiest major airport is Ben Gurion Airport, 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the north of Ma'In.