Tour Packages

3 days, 3 nights

Day 1

In the morning we will set off by jeep into the desert. Once in the desert our first stop will Lawrence of Arabia’s Spring. After this we will head to Jebel Khazali canyon. Here we will stop to walk in the canyon for around half an hour. We will then go by jeep to the small bridge (short stop), and then we shall drive to Um Frouth Rock Bridge where we will stop for half an...

4 days, 3 nights

Hiking & Scrambling: Four days / three nights camping under the stars "Wadi Rum Bridges Tour"

Day 1: Arriving in the morning at the Wadi Rum Village for 9:30am, our tours will commence at 10:00am. If you will or want to arrive any later we are more than happy to meet your needs, please just let us know.

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4 days, 3 nights

Camel Trek Adventure: Four Days + Three Nights "Bedouin Caravan tour"

Day 1: Arriving in the morning at the Wadi Rum Village for 9:30am, our tours will commence at 10:00am. If you will or want to arrive any later we are more than happy to meet your needs, please just let us know.

Day 4:...

4 days, 4 nights

Hiking & Scrambling: Four days / Four nights "Bedouin Steps Tour"

Day 1: Arriving in the morning at the Wadi Rum Village for 9:30am, our tours will commence at 10:00am. If you will or want to arrive any later we are more than happy to meet your needs, please just let us know.

Day 5:...

3 days, 2 nights

Day 1

At each stop along the Bedouin Caravan Camel Trek, you will have the opportunity to hike, climb, and explore at your leisure. Highlights include the following:

  • Lawrence’s Spring, where Lawrence of Arabia reputedly washed during the Arab Revolt. Walk through a narrow canyon of rocks and boulders to find naturally occurring water (and a lovely fig tree to rest...
3 days, 2 nights

Lawrence's Road to Aqaba is the desert road from Wadi Rum to Aqaba and has a length of 65km. This road was familiar to the Bedouin people because they used it to travel to the city of Aqaba in order to buy goods. They also travelled to sell goats, camels and items that they had produced such as cheese, milk and carpets, to the people who lived in the city. Their only means of transport was by...

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