Two days Jeep and Scrambling


19Day 1: Upon arrival at Rum village, then you are invited to drink tea at Ayesh house in Rum Village. This tour starts by visiting the Lawrence's Spring, Khazali Canyon,  "The Map", the Sand Dunes, the Anfashieh inscriptions, Lawrence's House, Um Frouth Bridge, the red and white deserts (one hour hiking in the desert) and the red sand dune (a specialty our Trips). You will then arrive at our camp where you can relax with traditional Bedouin food and music. The best place to see the sun set is Umm rashed. After dinner you can sleep in your own Bedouin tent or outside under the millions of stars.

Day 2: after the break fast we start by the jeep to burdah bridge we scramble up to the arch, to cross it. then We go down by the same way or, if you are really comfortable with heights, by a long crack after that we  have the lunch then we go back to rum village




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.



  • Inside Wadi Rum; Desert Jeep.


  • Bedouin camp (1nts)


  • 1 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinners


  • Jeep tour
  • Jabel Burdah guided.
  • Camping - two nights


  • Local Bedouin host


  • 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 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 :::