Burdah Rock Bridge tour


Trip Valid:

This trip is available all the time


1 days



Physical Rating:


Meeting point:

Rum Village(10am)

Finishing point:

Rum Village (3pm)







Reaching the trailhead by the Jeep of Burdah we start our mountain trek towards the famous rock bridge of Burdah. This route involves some relatively easy scrambling across open rock slabs and through a maze of alleys. Our guide will lead us through the best route to a small plateau and into a hidden gulley which offer an awesome view of the bridge above. Then we climb a short steep wall while being safeguarded by a climbing rope and walk over the rock bridge enjoy awe-inspiring views across the whole desert region.

Descending back we have the option of a different route crossing wonderful open slabs of descending by an alternative route, again crossing wonderful open slabs and scrambling down in a steep groove. Back at the mountain foot after a 3-hour round-trip, we will have lunch in the shade and have a siesta.
After the lunch we will come back to Rum village,
but if you wish we can "add in" a night in the desert for the price of 20JD/person.


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7-10 Persons

4-6 Persons

2-3 Persons

1 Person


30 JD/ p.p

40 JD/ p.p

50 JD/p.p

75 JD

The prices

Children under 12 years 50%

Children under 2 years free.

Low season 10% discount.






  • Transport Inside Wadi Rum; Desert Jeep.
  • Accommodations.
  • Bedouin camp (1nts)

Meals :

  • 1 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinners


  • Burdah Bridge guided hike Camping - one night (optional)

Guides :

  • Local Bedouin host


  • Entrance fees to Wadi Rum Protected Area (JD5 per person).
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips





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