Live Wadi Rum to the fullest! Enjoy a wonderful jeep tour to visit more sites with a beautiful bivouac lunch somewhere in the middle of the desert. At evening, after a Traditional Bedouin Dinner, you will enjoy a billion stars while camping outside.
The second day you will ride a camel for 3 hours completing this wonderful experience.

Day 1: Full Day 4×4 Tour
Our representative meets you at the Wadi Rum Visitor’s Center to assist in your transfer to Rum Village, where your 4×4 tour begins with one of our professional driver guides.

A full day’s jeep tour covers between 8 and 12 sites, including lunch and an hour of rest time.
The number of sites visited depends on the pacing you choose. Please let your guide know if there is a site, you do not want to miss!

Sights may include:
 Red Sand Dune Climb –a spectacular, huge dune. Just perfect to enjoy the red sand in many ways and at any age. Nice for family fun!
 Anfashiyeh Inscriptions – see what travelers to Mecca wrote on rocks across centuries
 ‘Lawrence House’ – Epic house of an epic Hero!
• Rakhabat Canyon – a beautiful spot to see.
 Barragh Canyon – another interesting rock canyon.
 Burdah Rock Bridge –famous and iconic arch in Wadi Rum 
 Um Fruth Arch – easy to get up this scenic rock   
• Wadak Rock Bridge – another natural arch near Khazali Mountain
 Um Semmen Rock Bridge – this natural arch completes the arch collection.
 Mushroom Rock  guess why it is called like that!
 Cow Rock – even this particular rock offers a beautiful view for a perfect photo.
 Abu Hasheba Canyon – a long canyon, a nice path to walk surrounded by rocks
 Water collection site – see the water plant,  the Bedouin way
 Red Sand Dune scenic views – a breathtaking view at the limit of the wilderness area of Wadi Rum.

It’s time to back to our Camp for sunset gazing sipping a good cup of Bedouin tea, waiting for our Traditional Bedouin Dinner.
After dinner we use to gather around the fire for socializing . Then you will be escorted for camping outside, under the starry night!

Day 2: 3 Hours Camel Tour.
After a traditional breakfast, start your camel tour with one of our professional camel guides. Each of our local guides, all members of the Bedouin tribes indigenous to the area, has a personal and professional knowledge of the reserve and its sites.
Although our camel guides are not fluent English speakers, they have a deep understanding of their profession and their animals.

The tour crosses the red sand desert of Wadi Rum and covers the sites below. Lunch in the desert and an hour of rest time are also included. 
 Lawrence’s spring – a serene mountain spring from which Lawrence is reputed to have drunk
 Khazali Canyon  a deep fissure in the red sandstone Khazali Mountain – decorated with a variety of ancient rock art.

Return to the village in the early afternoon for transport to your next destination.


A traditional Bedouin tent

2 days, 1 night

Tour starts

Day 1 at 9:30 am

Tour ends

Day 2 around 4/5 pm


Easy to moderate


150 JD per person

100 JD 2 or more 

85 JD 5 or more

Children 0-5: free of charge

Children 6-12: half rate

Nr. of people

Maximum of 6


On request

Add ons

Sandboarding; extra overnight

Package includes

• A Bedouin Guide for your Tour;

• The Full Day Jeep Tour with Picnic Lunch;
• 1 half day Camel Ride;
• Drinks (Tea and bottled Water during all the day);
• All Meals:  Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast;
• Stargazing round the bivouac;
• Overnight either Camping Outside or in our tented Camp;
• Buffet Breakfast the morning after;
• Free Transfers from/to Wadi Rum Village. (check-ins within 7 PM!)

Not included

 • The Wadi Rum Protected Area Entrance Fee (to pay at the Visitors Center, free if you have the Jordan Pass);

• The Tip for your Guide (your courtesy!)