Jordan has an area of about 35,475 square miles (91,900 square kilometers).
It lies in the center of the Middle East, sharing its northern border with Syria, eastern border with Iraq, it's southern and eastern borders with Saudi Arabia, and western border with the Jordan River, the Dead Sea, and Israel.
Its only seaport is the port of Aqaba.
Jordan has barren deserts, fertile valleys, and colorful rock and sand mountains.
It contains the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, and the Great Rift Valley, which was created twenty million years ago when tectonic plates shifted, stretching from Lake Tiberius south through Jordan and into eastern Africa.