Rakabat Canyon Two Day Tour with Overnight
1 Person 135 JD per adult
2-4 Persons 95 JD per adult
5-8 Persons 80 JD per adult
More than 8 persons 80 JD per adult
Children under 12 years 50%
Children under 2 years free
Jeep driver who speaks English and is also a hiking guide, rental 4x4 jeep
Accommodation, dinner, lunch, breakfast, water, tea, lunch, sandboarding game
2 nights in Wadi Rum Fire Camp
Drive back to the village
Duration: 2 days, 2 nights
Activities: 4x4 Tour, Hiking, Sightseeing
Physical Rating: Moderate
Meeting Point and Time
Meeting Point: Wadi Rum Visitor’s Center, 9:30 am
Finishing Point: Rum Village, after 9:30 am
Our representative meets you at the Wadi Rum Visitor's Centre to help you get to Rum Village, where your 4x4 trip begins with one of our expert driver guides. A full day trip includes 8 to 12 locations, lunch, and an hour of leisure time. The amount of attractions visited is determined by the pace you pick. The first place you will go is the Nabatean temple. Then you'll pass past the little settlement and into the Wadi Rum protected region, where you'll halt at Lawrence's Spring.
Then you'll proceed to see the massive Red Sand Dunes heaped against the mountains. This is an excellent location for sand boarding, so please let us know if you are interested. After that, you will visit Khazali Canyon to observe the old rock inscriptions. Next, we travel to the Little Arch, a natural structure where you may snap photos on top of it. We next proceed to Lawrence's home, which is a stone structure from the Nabatean period. Your guide will then choose a pleasant shaded area for your lunch break, where you may rest, eat, and drink tea.
Following lunch, the guide will bring you to the Mushroom Rock, a magnificent natural feature. Then you'll head to the Burdah Rock Bridge to witness the formation at the top of the mountains. Following that, you will travel to Abu Khashebah Canyon, where you may have a stroll in the cool, picturesque canyon. Then, your guide will drive you to Um Frouth Rock Bridge, where you may climb to the summit. This is an excellent place to snap photographs.
Now it's time to watch the sunset.Your guide will take you to the Um Sabata region, which we believe is the greatest site to see the stunning sunset in Wadi Rum.You will sip bedouin tea cooked over the fire while you watch the sunset.Then he will take you back to our camp. When you arrive at the camp, the staff will show you your tent, and you will spend the evening in a Bedouin tent. After dinner, we typically stay up late around the fire, gazing up at the wonderful night sky.
Our representative greets you at the Wadi Rum Visitor's Centre and brings you to Rum Village, where your 4x4 adventure begins with one of our skilled driver guides. A full-day excursion includes 8 to 12 venues, lunch, and one hour of free time. The number of attractions visited is controlled by the speed you choose. The first destination you will see is the Nabatean temple.
Then you'll travel through the little hamlet and enter the Wadi Rum protected area, where you'll stop at Lawrence's Spring. Then you'll witness the huge Red Sand Dunes heaped against the mountains. This is an amazing sand boarding spot, so please let us know if you are interested. After that, you'll go to Khazali Canyon to see the antique rock inscriptions. We next proceed to the Little Arch, a natural formation that may be photographed from above. We then go to Lawrence's house, which is a stone construction from the Nabatean period. Your guide will then select a lovely shaded place for your lunch break, where you may relax, eat, and sip tea.
After lunch, the ranger will take you to the Mushroom Rock, a stunning natural feature. Then you'll go to the Burdah Rock Bridge to see the formation on top of the mountains. Following that, you'll head to Abu Khashebah Canyon, where you may have a stroll in the cool, scenic canyon. Then, your guide will drive you to Um Frouth Rock Bridge, where you may climb to the top. This is a great area to take photos.
Now it's time to watch the sunset.Your guide will drive you to the Um Sabata location, which we feel is the best place to witness the breathtaking sunset in Wadi Rum.You will have bedouin tea served over the fire while watching the sunset.Then he will transport you back to our campsite.
When you arrive at the camp, the staff will bring you to your tent, where you will spend the evening in a Bedouin tent. After supper, we usually remain up late by the fire, gazing up at the beautiful night sky.
Camel Ride Options:
Camel riding is available for an extra fee during the normal ride. The charge is 10 JD per camel. The length is 30 minutes.
Sunset Camel Ride: You may experience camel riding at sunset. The charge is 20 JD per camel. The length is two hours.
Camel ride by night: You may enjoy a camel ride beneath the stars at night. It costs 20 JD per camel. The length is one hour.
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