Full Day Jeep Tour with Overnight
50 JD per guest for 2 guest,
45 JD per guest for 6 guest at least,
40 JD per guest for 8 guest at least,
60 JD for 1 guest
age 6 – 12, half-off; 5 and under free
Guide, 4x4 services, accommodation in fixed desert camp, breakfast, lunch, buffet dinner, mineral water, sandboarding game, bedouin tea, private tent with bed and bedding. The entry into the protected area of Wadi Rum is not included in our rates, and costs 5 JOD per person to be paid upon arrival at the visitor's center. But you don’t need to pay the entrance of Wadi Rum if you have the Jordan pass.
Duration: 1 day/1 night
Activities: Full Day 4x4 Tour, Walking, Sightseeing
Physical Rating: Easy
Meeting Point and Time
Meeting Point: Wadi Rum Visitor’s Center, 9:30 am
Finishing Point: Rum Village, after 9:30 am
Our representative greets you at the Wadi Rum Visitor's Centre and assists you with your journey to Rum Village, where your 4x4 trip begins with one of our expert driver guides. A full-day trip visits 8 to 12 places, including lunch and an hour of leisure time. The amount of locations visited is determined by your preferred pace. The first site you'll see is the Nabatean temple. Then you'll pass past the little settlement and into the Wadi Rum protected region, where your next stop will be Lawrence's Spring. Next, you'll visit the massive Red Sand Dunes stacked against the mountains.
Please let us know if you are interested in trying sand boarding. After that, you'll travel to Khazali Canyon to observe the old rock engravings. Next, we'll travel to the Little Arch, a natural feature where you may snap photos on top. From here, we proceed to Lawrence's home, which is a stone edifice from the Nabatean period. Your guide will then choose a pleasant shaded area for lunch break, where you may rest, eat, and drink tea.
Following lunch, you will explore other amazing locations in the desert. The guide will transport you to Mushroom Rock, a huge natural feature. Then you'll proceed to the Burdah Rock Bridge to witness the formation on top of the mountains. Following that, you will travel to Abu Khashebah Canyon, where you may have a walk in the cold, picturesque canyon. Then, your guide will drive you to the Um Frouth Rock Bridge, where you may climb to the summit. This is an excellent place to shoot photographs.
Now it's time for the sunset. Your guide will drive you to the Um Sabata region, which we believe is the ideal site to see the spectacular sunset in Wadi Rum. While watching the sunset, you'll sip bedouin tea cooked over the fire. Then he will drive you back to our campsite.
When you arrive at the camp, the staff will lead you to your tent, and you will then spend the evening with the Bedouin. We will eat a typical Zarb supper cooked in the Bedouin style of cooking in the ground. After supper, it's time for bedouin storytelling, laughter, and astronomy.
After a traditional breakfast, we’ll escort you back to Rum Village for transport to your next adventure!
A camel ride before returning to Wadi Rum Village may seem like a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. We may arrange an extra 10 JD per person for a half-hour ride, 15 JD for an hour, or 20 JD for two hours.
The second night's stay without a tour can be booked for an additional 15 JD per visitor, which includes breakfast and supper.
Our team of experts is trained to meet all of your traveling needs. Get in touch today for more details.
Sights on the full day tour may include:
Lawrence Spring – clamber up to the mountain spring from which Lawrence is reputed to have drunk
Red Sand Dune climb – a good workout to climb up and even more fun to run down!
Anfashiyeh inscriptions – rock art along the ancient caravan route to Mecca
‘Lawrence House’ – find out the real story of this ancient stone structure!
Rakhabat Canyon – a highlight of Wadi Rum’s red sand desert
Barragh Canyon – a scenic place for a wander
Burdah Rock Bridge – the highest natural arch in Wadi Rum
Um Fruth Arch – a 20 m climb; about 20 minutes up and back; a great photo opp!
Wadak Rock Bridge – an easy climb close to Khazali Mountain
Um Semmen Rock Bridge – an easier climb in the Wilderness Zone’s White Desert
Khazali Canyon – a deep fissure in the red sandstone Khazali Mountain – decorated with a variety of ancient rock art
Mushroom Rock – yes – it looks like a mushroom!
Cow Rock – it’s got two legs and a round body! A great area to climb and look out over the desert
Abu Hasheba Canyon – a kilometer hike through a narrow desert canyon, your guide will meet you at the end of the canyon
Water collection site – take a peek at a Bedouin water collection system
Red Sand Dune scenic views – take a few minutes to gaze out over the desert from the red dunes on the edge of the Wilderness Zone
Al Qattar Spring – across the valley from our fixed camp, a short walk up from the desert, the spring at Al Qattar Mountain affords fantastic desert views