Two Day Two Night and Two Hour On A Camel Tour

 
 

Price

120 JOD per person for 2 people
110 JOD per person for 3 people
100 JOD per person for 4 people or more

Price includes

Jeep driver who speaks English and is also a hiking guide
Dinner, breakfast, water, tea, lunch
2 nights in Bedouin Fire Camp
Drive back to the village

Overview

Duration: 2 days, 2 nights
Activities: 4x4 Tour, Walking, Sightseeing
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

Program details

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Day 1

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. Please let your guide know if there is a site that you don’t want to miss! (Check the list of the sights below)

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DAY 2

After the breakfast, we head south to reach the mountain of Jebel Hash. Climbing of Jebel Hash for a great view over the Wadi Rum to the north and south of Saudi Arabia (4-5 h). After lunch, we will choose another mountain to climb on or just relax. Afterwards, we go back to the camp for diner.


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DAY 3

After breakfast, departure by camel to visit new places of your choice and back to the village at 11:30 AM.

 
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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

 

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