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Combine southern Jordan’s greatest natural wonder with a dose of adventure on this private 8-hour trip to Wadi Rum from the Dead Sea. Ride a 4×4 with a Bedouin driver around the UNESCO-listed desert valley, seeing rock formations, canyons, dunes, ancient inscriptions, and more. Upgrade to add a 30-minute camel ride to explore in time-honored Bedouin style. Entrance fees, 4×4 tour, and private round-trip transport with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
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You will meet our driver at the hotel lobby between 9 a.m–11 a.m (your exact timing will be provided by the support team, one day before the tour) after the entail greetings, you start your journey toward wadi Rum about 30min drive.
Your excursion will take you into the majestic Wadi Rum. From Aqaba, it is around a 30-minute drive to
Wadi Rum along the kings highway.
Once we reach Wadi Rum, our Bedouin friend Abu-Yosef will greet us at his home with traditional Bedouin tea (tea made with fresh sage and sugar). After your short rest, you will be set to explore the
immense area of Wadi Rum while in the back of an old 4×4 truck. To discover a landscape that was once described by the British officer T. E. Lawrence as, ‘vast, echoing and Godlike.’ This description
wonderfully summarizes the Wadi Rum experience.
You will notice how the mountains of rock just seem to melt under the sun’s energy, and the tracks of
camels, foxes, and wild dogs sprinkled on the wind-swept sand. The incredible silence will engulf you,
making you feel like part of the landscape around you.
Later, you will be taken to one of the highest points in all of Wadi Rum to witness a spectacular sunset.
Abu-Yosef will prepare us some more Bedouin tea, right in the desert sand, and leave us to watch the
descending sun. As we welcome the moon, a whole new view of the landscape around you emerges and as the darkness creeps in, the sky lights up with millions of stars to cast a silvery light upon the entire world.
After a half day exploring wadi rum, time to return back to Aqaba, the drive once again will be around
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