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Full Day Jeep Tour with overnight

Full Day Jeep Tour with Overnight

From the village of Wadi Rum you and your guide will first go by jeep to visit the Lawrence Spring. Then you will go to see the Map and afterwards the Sand Dunes, which is a large area of sand dunes piled up against the mountains. It’s fun to climb to the top and then race down. You’ll have about half an hour in this area for climbing and exploring the dunes, and then you will go to see the Ancient Inscriptions. After viewing the inscriptions left by ancient trade caravans, you will travel to see the Lawrence House followed by Burrah Canyon which is a long, deep canyon between dramatic mountains. It is very beautiful in early morning or late evening, when the sun turns the rock deep orange. Here you will have a bedouin lunch with bedouin tea. Then your guide will take you to see Burdah Canyon. From there, you will continue to the Um Frouth Rock Bridge and afterwards to the Small Arch. The next site you’ll visit is Khazali Canyon, where you can walk inside to see the inscriptions. We finish at the camp, where you can enjoy the spectacular sunset. After sunset, you will enjoy a delicious bedouin meal, as well as bedouin songs and music.

On the next day, after breakfast, we’ll drive you back to Rum village.

Price:

1 Person 90 JD

2- 3 Persons 50 JD per adult

4-8 Persons 45 JD per adult

More than 9 adults 35 JD per adult

Children under 14 years 50%

Children under 4 years free

The price includes:

-Full day jeep tour with a driver who speaks English

– Overnight stay in theCamp with Bedouin dinner, breakfast, Bedouin tea and water

-Bedouin Lunch.

– Drive back from the camp to Wadi Rum village


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The tours can fit your own plans and days spent in Wadi Rum. For more information, please contact us personally so that we can arrange your journey accordingly.

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