WADI RUM HIKING

Jebel Um Adaami

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Trip Valid:

This trip is available all the time

Duration:

1 days

Activities:

Hiking

Physical Rating:

Easy

Meeting point:

Rum Village(10am)

Finishing point:

Rum Village (4pm)

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We can start this trip in the morning from the village or from the camp if you wish to add, for example, a day walking in the mountain to the Jeep tour or camels tour.

Jebel Um Adaami is located near the border of Saudi Arabia. Although it is the highest mountain in Jordan (1.823m, the village of Rum is 1.000m), itís not difficult to climb at all. Itís a walk in a mountainís path to the top, where you will have beautiful views over the red landscape of Wadi Rum and over the first black mountains of Saudi Arabia. Usually people take 3 to 4 hours to go to the top and back, after lunch we will comeback 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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Prices

7-10 Persons

4-6 Persons

2-3 Persons

1†Person

Persons

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.

Inclusions :

  • Transport
  • Inside Wadi Rum; Desert Jeep.

Accommodations :

  • Bedouin camp (1nts)

Meals :

  • 1 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinners

Activities :

  • Jabel Um Adaami guided hike
  • Camping - one night (optional)

Guides:

  • Local Bedouin host

Exclusions:

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

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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 youíre being greedy!

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Much of David Leanís 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 :::