Wadi Rum Full-Day Jeep Tour

7-hour private jeep tour with Bedouin-style lunch

  • 83 euros
  • Meeting point: Wadi Rum Rest House's Parking

Service Description

Itinerary: The first stop at the Nabatean Temple, an ancient temple built by the Nabateans between 9BC and 4AD dedicated to the goddess ‘Allat (Lat), It also functioned as a civic and administrative center.​​ A tea break at the Bedouin tent in Lawrence's Spring (Abu ’Aina), a natural spring where you can find Thamudic inscriptions on a boulder nearby. Named after T.E Lawrence, who mentions it in his famous book, Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1926). Visiting the most popular attraction in Wadi Rum, the Khazali Canyon/Siq which is a narrow, easy to access canyon where you find on both sides Thamudic and Kufic inscriptions along with a visually impressive collection of rock art of people, feet and animals. Climb the Khazali's Dune's soft golden sand on the side of a big rock to enjoy a fantastic desert view. A short stop at the Little Rock Bridge for an easy climb (5 minutes) to reach a small natural arch with a lookout for an outstanding desert view. A lunchtime stop at Abu Khashaba Canyon for the Bedouin-style lunch which your guide will prepare it on the fire while you enjoy walking around this 700-meter long canyon and observing natural plants, and feeling the real spirit of Wadi Rum nature. After lunch, you will visit the second largest natural rock bridge in Wadi Rum, Um Frouth Rock Bridge, where you can climb and cross it easily. It's an excellent place to take unforgettable photos on the top of the arch and enjoy the view from the top. A quick stop next to Burdah Rock Bridge to take photos from the ground for this 35-meter high natural arch on the top Burdah mountain which is considered one of the highest rock bridges in the world. Visiting the Mushroom Rock which is a pedestal rock that naturally deformed during thousands of years by weathering and erosion which resulted in a beautiful mushroom-shaped rock. The last stop will be at Lawrence's House which is a building ruin built over a Nabatean water cistern, local people believe that Lawrence stayed here during the Arab Revolt. Near the ruins, a Nabatean inscription mentions the area's ancient name "Iram", besides the historical value, the place located on a high hill which makes it a great place to watch a fantastic red dune's landscape.

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+962 7 9585 9226

visitwadirumm@gmail.com

13 Wadi Rum Rd, Wadi Rum Village Aqaba Jordan wadi rum rest house