Two Day Two Night and Two Hour On A Camel Tour
120 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
2 nights in Bedouin Fire Camp
Drive back to the village
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
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)
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.
After breakfast, departure by camel to visit new places of your choice and back to the village at 11:30 AM.
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