Two Day Two Night and Two Hour On A Camel Tour
115 JOD per person for 2 people
110 JOD per person for 3 people
100 JOD per person for 4 people or more
Jeep driver who speaks English and is also a hiking guide
Dinner, Breakfast, Water, Tea, Lunch, Camel Ride
2 nights in Bedouin Fire Camp
Drive back to the village
Duration: 2 days, 2 nights
Activities: One Full Day Jeep Tour, One Day Hike to Jabel Al Hash, Sightseeing and Two Hour Camel Ride
Physical Rating: Moderate
Meeting Point and Time
Meeting Point: Wadi Rum Visitor’s Center, 9:30 am
Finishing Point: Rum Village, at 11:30 am
Our representative meets you at the Wadi Rum Visitor’s Center to assist in your transfer to Rum Village, where your 4x4 tour begins with one of our professional driver guides. A full day’s tour covers between 8 and 12 sites, including lunch and an hour of rest time. The number of sites visited depends on the pacing you choose. The first site you will visit is the Nabatean temple. Then you will head through the small village and into the Wadi Rum protected area where your next stop will be at Lawrence’s Spring. Next, you will go to enjoy the large Red Sand Dunes piled up against the mountains. This is a great place to try sand boarding, so let us know if that is something that interests you. After this, you will head to Khazali Canyon to see the ancient rock inscriptions. Next we drive to the Little Arch, a natural formation where you can have a photo taken on top of the arch. From here we move on to Lawrence’s house which is a Nabatean era stone building remains. Your guide will then find a nice shaded spot for lunch break where you can relax a bit, eat and enjoy tea.
Following lunch you will visit more interesting places in the desert. The guide will drive you to the Mushroom Rock which is a large natural formation. Then you will go to the Burdah Rock Bridge where you can see the formation at the top of the mountains. After this you will head to Abu Khashebah canyon where you can take a walk through the cool beautiful canyon. Then your guide will drive you to the Um Frouth Rock Bridge where you can climb to the top. This is a great spot to take photos.
Now it is time for the sunset. Your guide will take you to the Um Sabata area, which we think is the best place for viewing the magnificent sunset in Wadi Rum. While enjoying the sunset you will sip the bedouin tea made over the fire. Then he will drive you back to our camp.
Upon arrival to the camp, the staff will show you your tent and then you will enjoy the evening with the bedouin. We will have traditional Zarb dinner prepared in the bedouin way of cooking in the ground. After dinner is time for bedouin stories, sharing laugh and stargazing.
After breakfast we will drive you by jeep to Jabal Al Hash, located in Al Forah area, close to the Jordanian-Saudi Arabian border. This mountain is very easy to climb for anyone who is inexperienced or who would like a simple hike. You and your guide will start hiking from the eastern side of the mountain in the Um Snenah Valley and go through the valley to the top. Then we will take you down from the north-western side of the mountain by Wadi Nuqra. In total this hike takes approximately 5 hours. This is probably the most beautiful mountain in Wadi Rum to hike on, because when you arrive at the highest point (1700m above sea level) you will see all the different colours that encapsulate Wadi Rum. After reaching the top, you will desend the mountain and your guide will start cooking your lunch and you can rest for 1 hour. After that you and your guide will walk about 3 hours around the mountain. Finally, we will back to the camp and wait for the sunset, and then you can enjoy the dinner and music.
For the second night stay without a tour, it is available to book at an extra 20 JD per guest with additional breakfast and dinner.
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Sights on the first 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