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Jeep Safari In Wadi Rum:

This is the most popular way to visit Wadi Rum desert.
Indeed, this activity makes you discover a lot of different places by covering a long distance in a short time.
You will visit cultural sites and you will meet Bedouin families still living in the desert grazing goats and camels.
You will spend the evening and the night around the fire in our Bedouin camp, listening for the song and the stories of your Bedouin guide
 

Our Jeep Safari Tours:

2-hours Jeep tour with overnight stay

From the village of Wadi Rum we'll go to visit the Nabataean Temple. Thamudic and Kufic rock art cover the area surrounding the temple. The temple was erected around the first century BC, and the Latin inscription on the altar depicts that the temple was used until the first half of the third century. After leaving the Nabataean Temple we will drive to Lawrence Spring with a short stop. Following this we will climb the Red Sand Dunes. Here a large group of sand has piled up against the mountains. It's fun to climb to the top and run down. We'll have 20 minutes in this area, before moving to the next site, Khazali Canyon. We'll spend about a half-hour here walking through the canyon. Then we'll go to the camp where you can put you things in your tent, take a shower, and sip Bedouin tea before viewing the setting sun at gorgeous(Al Ghuroub). If you arrive at the camp early you may walk to this site or take a leisurely hike in the area.

The next day after breakfast, we'll drive you back to Rum Village, or you can ride a camel back to rum village. (25 JD per camel).

3-hours Jeep tour with overnight stay

From the village of Wadi Rum we'll go to visit the Nabataean Temple. Thamudic and Kufic rock art cover the area surrounding the temple. The temple was erected around the first century BC and the Latin inscription on the altar depicts that the temple was used until the first half of the third century. After leaving the Nabataean Temple we will drive to Lawrence Spring with a short stop . After this we'll go to the Small Arch which we can climb. Following this we will climb the Red Sand Dunes. Here a large group of sand dunes has piled up against the mountains. It's fun to climb to the top and run down. We'll have 20 minutes in this area, before moving to the next site, Khazali Canyon. We'll spend here about half-hour walking through the canyon. Then we'll go to the camp, where you can put your things in your tent, take a shower and sip Bedouin tea before viewing the setting sun at gorgeous Al Ghuroub. If you arrive at the camp early you may walk to this site or take a leisurely hike in the area.

The next day after breakfast we'll drive you back to Rum Village, or you can ride a camel back to rum village. (25 JD per camel).

4-hours Jeep tour with overnight stay

From the village of Wadi Rum we'll go to visit the Nabataean Temple. Thamudic and Kufic rock art cover the area surrounding the temple. The temple was erected around the first century BC and the Latin inscription on the altar depicts that the temple was used until the first half of the third century. After leaving the Nabataean Temple we will go to the Lawrence Spring. We'll stop here to look at the map. Following this we'll climb the Red Sand Dunes. Here a large group of sand dunes has piled up against the mountains. Then we'll go to see the Ancient Inscriptions followed by the Lawrence House. We'll go to the Small Arch where you can climb for 20 minutes, then head to Khazali Canyon. We'll spend here about half - hour walking through the canyon. Then we'll go to the camp, where you can put your things in your tent, take a shower and sip Bedouin tea before viewing the setting sun at gorgeous Al Ghuroub. If you arrive at the camp early you may walk to this site or take a leisurely hike in the area.

The next day after breakfast we'll drive you back to Rum Village, or you can ride a camel back to rum village. (25 JD per camel).

Full Day Jeep tour with overnight stay

A whole day tour will take you to a majority of important sites within the main Wadi Rum area. From the village of Wadi Rum we'll go to visit the Nabataean temple; the Nabataean Temple is located near the Rest House in Rum village. Thamudic and Kufic rock art cover the surrounding area of the temple. The temple was erected around the first century BC. The Latin inscription on the altar depicts that the temple was in use during the first half of the third century. Next we'll drive to Lawrence Spring with a short stop, and we'll go to see the map and then the sand dunes which are a large area of sand dunes piled up against the mountains. It's fun to climb to the top. Then we'll go to see the ancient inscriptions, the next phase in this program is Lawrence House. Next we will go to the Burrah Canyon where we will drop you off with a map and you'll hike for about two hours in this beautiful setting. At the end of the hike you will have lunch, Bedouin tea and then continue to the Burdah Mountain where we'll see the big bridge from the ground. After that we'll go to Um Frouth Rock bridge. We'll climb the bridge for about 20 minutes. Next is the Small Arch Bridge which we will climb. After this is Khazali Canyon. We'll spend about a half-hour walking through the canyon. Then we'll go to the camp where you can put your things in your tent, have a shower, sip Bedouin tea before viewing the setting sun at a gorgeous site called Al Ghuroub. If you arrive at the camp early you may walk to this site or take a leisurely hike in the area.

The next day after breakfast we'll drive you back to Rum Village, or you can ride a camel back to rum village.