This popular tour is great for travellers who want to do lots of hiking and also cover a lot of ground in a jeep. On this tour, we take you to a variety of locations, allowing you to expierience the full diversity of Wadi Rum. You will hike and scramble in some of Wadi Rum's most impressive areas such as Rakkabt Canyon, Burdah Rock Bridge, and Jebel Khasch. Each night will be spent enjoying delicious Bedouin meals and hospitality.
- Rakkabt Canyon
- Jebel Rum
- Um Ishrin
- Lawrence's Spring
- Khazali Canyon
- Lawrence's House
- Red Sand Dune
- Burdah Rock Arch
- White Desert
- Bedouin Dams
- Qatar Spring
- Jebel Khasch
- Am Ingoir Canyon and to the High Place
Day 1: When you reach Wadi Rum you will arrive at the Wadi Rum Visitor Centre, the gateway to the Wadi Rum Protected Area. Here is where you will pay the entrance fees or enter with the Jordan Pass. After the Visitor Centre, you will continue onward for about 6km to the Wadi Rum Village until you reach the Wadi Rum Rest House. Here I will greet you and lead you inside for a short rest and a cup of delicious Bedouin tea. With a map, I will chat with you about the day's plans. Once the tea is finished, we will set off into the desert.
The tour will start from the Wadi Rum Village, scrambling up through Rakkabt Canyon. On this trail, we will see nice views of Rum Village, Jebel Rum and Valley of Um Ishrin. This trail takes about 2 hours to complete. After the canyon, we continue to the sand dune area, where we will have lunch and rest with Bedouin tea. After lunch we will be picked up by a jeep. With the jeep, we will visit many of the famous sites of Wadi Rum including Lawrence's House and Khazali Canyon.
Following the jeep tour, we will make our way to the camp. After the sunset, you will gather in our big tent where we serve a buffet style meal of traditional Bedouin dishes. After dinner, you can enjoy the pleasant atmosphere as your guide plays some local music on a traditional instrument. When you are ready for bed, you can head back to your private tent or camp out beneath the starry night sky.
Day 2: After breakfast, we start by taking the jeep to Burdah Bridge. We will scramble up to the arch and make our way across. Next,we go down via the same route or, if you are really comfortable with heights, by a long crack back to the starting point. After descending, we will find a shady place to stop for lunch and Bedouin tea.
After lunch, we will go by jeep to the White Desert. This area has landscapes that are unique in the Wadi Rum Protected Area. We will make stops at the Bedouin dams, the small bridge, and Qatar Spring. Afterwards, we will head back to the camp for the evening. We will serve another traditional meal before settling in for the night.
Day 3: After breakfast we will drive to Jebel Khasch. This mountain is found in a remote area. We will scramble to the ridge and walk across for a couple of areas. There are fantastic views in all directions. When we get back down, we will find a pleasant place with a nice view to stop for lunch. After lunch we will continue to Am Ingoir Canyon and to the High Place. Here you will have some great hiking and photo-taking opportunities with fantastic views of the landscapes.
After the High Place, we will drive to the ideal place to watch the magnificent sunset. After the sunset we will go back to the camp for our final dinner together. After dinner, you can enjoy the evening in the desert before going to bed.
Day 4: Breakfast will be served around 7:00. After breakfast, we will drive back to the Rum Village, arriving around 8:30.
1 person 400 JD
2-4 person 220 JD/pp
Wadi Rum Entrance Fee
or Free with Jordan Pass
Travelling with more than 4 people? Contact us regarding group rates.
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Do you want to experience riding a camel in Wadi Rum? Check out our Camel Day Tours page or contact us with any questions you may have.
Are you travelling with children? On some of our tours we offer discounts for children under the age of thirteen. Contact us to find out more.