Jeep tours in Wadi Rum

1 Day from Aqaba



Trip Valid:

This trip is available all the time


1 day


Sight seeing, short hike, little climb 

Physical Rating:


Meeting point:

Wadi Rum Visitor Center

Finishing point:

Rum Village

17 s-2



Tour plan:
8:00am your driver will meet you at your hotel to take you to Wadi Rum (1hr). Your local Bedouin host will greet you at Rum Village then head into Wadi Rum by jeep. You will visiting some of the major attractions: Lawrence Spring, Thamodian Scripts, and Lawrence house remains. Then, we will go on a 30 min hike into Jebel al Barra find a shaded spot and enjoy a picnic lunch over looking Jebel Burdah.

We continue on to another 20min hike to Siq Abu Khashaba, visit Um Fruth (known also by the middle bridge) and Al Khazali area. we alse will visit the big sand dune for an opportunity to take-off our shoes and run up and down its soft sand. Sounds childish, but lots of fun!

Later after watching an amazing sunset, your host will transport you to Wadi Rum village, meet your driver again and head back towards Aqaba where the trip ends!

End of your program


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.




  • Transport: Point to point transportation in a private car with an English speaking driver, Gas Included.


  • 1 Lunch - Tea is complimentary.


  • Jeep tour Hiking
  • Sightseeing


  • Local Bedouin host


  • Travel insurance Entrance fees to Wadi Rum Protected Area (USD7 per person).
  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks
  • Tips





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 :::