We would like to give you a short introduction about us, so you know who is inviting you to spend your holiday in Wadi Rum.

We are Two Bedouin brothers who want to share their love of  Wadi Rum desert and their culture with you. Both speak English . Their unique skills and background provide an experience that goes above and beyond the ordinary desert camping and Jeep tours. 

When we were kids, we used to join Wadi Rum visitors through the desert and the mountains. We were guiding them by Camel, and provided them with food and drinks during their trips.

To be able to join the school, we had to move and settle in Rum village. Here, our family built up a house,

But we are still longing for the quietness of the nature and the desert life. It is difficult for a Bedouin to remain for always in the same place.

Therefore, we decided to offer desert camping and tours through Wadi Rum to our guests. It gives us a chance to return to our places of origin, and in the same time we can impart a good insight into the Bedouin's life and Wadi Rum nature to our visitors.


Our aim is to give our guests a very good insight into Wadi Rum amazing nature, as well as into the Bedouins culture. We wish to treat our guests as individual as possible. Therefore we create our tours according to our visitor's wishes and imaginations. The guest should choose the destinations and the way they want to travel: By Camel, Jeeps, Hiking, Scrambling, Trekking - or a combination of all.

According to the nomber of persons and requirements, we can create an unforgettable holiday.

Length of the trip can be between one and fourteen days.

The tours you find in our descriptions are suggestions from us, leading you through some of Wadi Rum highlights. But they can always be changed and extended - upon request.

All prices are guidelines and may change depending on season and the economical situation. If you need an exact price quote or are interested in pre booking please feel free to e-mail me at any time.



Did you ever hear about Wadi Rum?

Yes I been there already. - 36.1%
Yes. I heard about it. - 49.2%
No. I never heard about it. - 8.2%

Total votes: 61
The voting for this poll has ended on: 10 Jun 2014



A traditional Bedouin coffee ceremony involves 3 cups of coffee - one for the soul, one for the sword, and one because you are a guest...If you ask for a fourth you’re being greedy!


Much of David Lean’s epic 1962 movie "Lawrence of Arabia," starring Peter O'Toole, Alec Guiness and Omar Sharif, was filmed on location in Wadi Rum.

::: Scenes From Wadi Rum :::