Join us for a 4-hour long Tour by 4×4, experiencing the most important sights and the most beautiful and unique landscapes of the Wadi Rum desert under the guidance of true Bedouin guides born and raised inside the Wadi Rum Protected Area.
Where we meet you
When driving towards the Wadi Rum Protected Area you will first reach the Wadi Rum Visitor Center. There, you can purchase your entrance ticket for a nominal fee of 5 Jordanian dinars per person, or simply show your Jordan Pass and enter for free.
After entering the reserve, continue down the road for about 7 kilometers and you will arrive at the Wadi Rum Village. On your right-hand side, you will see the Wadi Rum Rest House, which serves as our meeting and starting point. If you’re coming by car, you can park your it for free in the adjacent parking lot. If you’re arriving by taxi or bus, simply ask your driver to drop you off in front of the Wadi Rum Rest House.
Feras will be waiting for you at the Wadi Rum Rest House to welcome you and provide you with all the information you need for your upcoming tour.
Our Half Day Tour has two potential starting times. In the morning the tour starts at 9:00 am during Winter (from October to February) and at 10:00 am during Summer (from March to September). In the afternoon the tour starts at 12:00 pm during Winter (from October to February) and at 2:00 pm during Summer (from March to September).
The Main Part of our Tour
Experience 4 hours filled with excitement, stunning views, and much more as you hop on to the back of a Jeep and embark on our Wadi Rum half day jeep tour. Our knowledgeable guide will take you from one sight to the next, sharing in-depth information about each landmark as well as its cultural significance to the Bedouin people. Be sure to ask questions, explore and capture memorable photos of your desert adventure.
In addition, At each stop, there is a nearby tent where you can rest, enjoy some Bedouin tea, and even purchase souvenirs if you desire. During the tour, we’ll make stops at the most iconic landmarks in the area.
Our first stop is the Lawrence Spring. After a very short drive, right around the corner from the Wadi Rum Village there is an ancient spring that the locals named after Lawrence of Arabia to honor him. Here you will be able to see the ancient inscription and even scramble up the mountain to see the spring and enjoy the amazing view of the desert from the top.
Our second stop is one of the many Red Sand Dunes. You will be able to walk up the sand dune and watch the stunning view from the top. This sight might seem familiar if you have already watched a certain famous movie filmed in this part of the Wadi Rum desert. Finally, you will be able to run down the sand dune and get some amazing videos to show your friends and family.
Our third stop is the Khazali Canyon. We will park the car near by and walk to the canyon. The tour focuses on the immediate area after you enter the canyon where you’ll be able to see all the different inscription from the Themudic, Nabatean and the Islamic era. This canyon is of great significance as it is proof of the different civilizations that have called Wadi Rum their home throughout the ages.
Our fourth stop is the Little Rock Bridge. After another short drive, we will reach the first and smallest of the rock bridges we will visit during the tour. These rock bridges are marvels of nature, and climbing this one will provide you with a magnificent view of the vast valleys of the desert, along with ample opportunities for stunning photographs.
Our fifth and last stop for the morning part of the tour is Lawrence’s House. This time we will drive deeper into the desert until we reach a ancient looking structure that Lawrence used as a house during his stay there. The structure is Nabatean in origin and is located by the side of the ancient road that connected Petra and Wadi Rum. Here you’ll be able to climb on top of the rocks behind it and enjoy the beautiful views of a different part of the desert. Furthermore, the place is full of little “waypoints” made of small rocks on top of each other in different shapes and sizes.
Our sixth stop is the Umm Fruth Rock Bridge. The most famous of the rock bridges in Wadi Rum, Umm Fruth is easily accessible and tall enough to provide you with some of the most amazing photo opportunities you’ll ever encounter.
If you choose the afternoon starting time there is one last stop to the tour. Depending on the time of the year both the location and the time changes in order to be able to watch the magnificent Wadi Rum Sunset from the best vantage point. Consider this last part of the journey a small mystery.
Stop for Lunch (Optional)
Lunch can be added to the Half Day Jeep Tour as an extra. Due to time constraints the lunch in this case is served at a near by restaurant where you can choose from selected dishes.
If you choose the morning starting time for your tour, lunch is served at the end of the tour. If you choose the afternoon starting time for your tour, lunch is served before the tour starts.
The Evening Part of our Tour (Optional)
For some guests, the experience will end here with a return back to the Wadi Rum Rest House.
However, if you choose to spend the night with us, we will continue our trip by driving you to our traditional Bedouin Cave or Camp (can be chosen during checkout) located inside the protected area in the middle of the desert far away from any noise or light pollution.
There we will light a warm fire and offer you some Bedouin tea before preparing dinner. You will have time to wash up and settle into your tent before dinner is served. The tents are made of a special fabric that will shield you from the cold of the desert during the night. Furthermore, we will provide you with all the necessary equipment, such as mattresses, warm blankets, and pillows, to ensure a safe and comfortable night’s stay in the desert.
Usually, every night we gather around the fire, play Bedouin music, dance, and exchange stories about the Wadi Rum desert and Bedouin culture. Moreover, if you feel like it, you can go for a nighttime walk in the desert under our guidance and witness the amazing starry night sky.
Finally, the next day, after breakfast, we will take you back to the Wadi Rum Rest House where our adventure started in order to continue your journey.
Important: Don’t forget to check the “Extras” drop down menu in order to add your Overnight Stay, Lunch and your Camel Ride.
Lawrence Spring, also known as Ain Abu Aineh, is a stunning oasis in the heart of the Wadi Rum desert. The spring is located at the top of a short scramble, just 2km southwest of the village of Wadi Rum, and is easily accessible for visitors looking to experience the breathtaking beauty of the area. Named in honor of Lawrence of Arabia, the spring has a rich history and is famous for its evocative description in the Seven Pillars of Wisdom. As you make your way up the cliff-plinth, you'll hear the echoes of the voices of the Bedouin people watering their camels at the springs, a beautiful sound that has been turned into music. Despite the largely unprepossessing appearance of the pool itself, which is essentially a stagnant puddle, the views across the desert are truly awe-inspiring. And at the foot of the mountain lies an ancient inscription that serves as a reminder of how rare and valuable sources of water have always been in the desert, no matter the era. A visit to Lawrence Spring is an unforgettable experience that will leave you with a deep appreciation for the beauty and history of Wadi Rum.
The Al Hasany or red sand dune is a natural wonder in Wadi Rum that must be seen to be believed. It is a towering mountain of red sand that stands out against the surrounding desert landscape. As the sun sets over the dune, the sand takes on a brilliant red hue that seems to glow in the fading light.
Climbing to the top of the dune is a challenging but rewarding experience. The sand shifts underfoot, making each step a struggle, but the sweeping views of the surrounding desert make it all worth it. From the top of the dune, you can see for miles in every direction, taking in the vast expanse of the Wadi Rum desert.
For those who love photography, the Al Hasany dune is a dream come true. The interplay of light and shadow on the sand creates stunning visual effects that change with the passing of the day. Whether you visit at dawn, midday, or dusk, the dune is a constantly evolving work of art
Khazali Canyon is a remarkable geological formation located in the heart of Wadi Rum. This awe-inspiring canyon is a natural wonder that reveals its ancient secrets to those who explore it. The walls of the canyon are adorned with many petroglyphs, etched into the soft sandstone by the Thamudic people thousands of years ago. These intricate carvings depict scenes of daily life, including images of humans, antelopes, mountain goats, and even tigers. The canyon is also home to Nabataean rock carvings and ancient Arabic inscriptions, providing a glimpse into the history of the region.
But the canyon is more than just an open-air museum of ancient art. It is a place of great spiritual significance, revered by generations of Bedouin and other nomadic peoples who have depended on the natural water source that collects in its depths. This water source has ensured the survival of life in the harsh desert environment for millennia, and has been celebrated and sanctified by countless generations of people. Visitors to the canyon can feel the presence of this ancient spirituality as they explore its depths and marvel at the ancient carvings etched into the walls. Khazali Canyon is a truly unique and inspiring destination that will leave a lasting impression on all who visit.
Little Rock Bridge is a stunning natural rock formation located in the heart of Wadi Rum. The bridge gets its name from its small size in comparison to other famous rock bridges in the area. However, what it lacks in size it makes up for in beauty. The bridge was formed over millions of years through natural erosion and weathering, and it has become a popular spot for hikers and adventurers to explore. Visitors can take a short hike to the bridge, where they can admire the incredible views of the surrounding desert landscape. The bridge also offers a great vantage point for stargazing at night, making it a must-see attraction for nature lovers and stargazers alike.
Lawrence's House, also known as Beit Ali, was built on the ruins of a Nabataean temple that dates back to the 1st century AD.
The ruins of the temple were used as a foundation for Lawrence's House, which was built in 1917-1918 by Prince Faisal and his army during the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. T.E. Lawrence, also known as Lawrence of Arabia, used the house as his base of operations during the revolt and it is where he wrote his famous book, "Seven Pillars of Wisdom." Today, the house stands as a popular tourist attraction and a reminder of the rich history and culture of the region. Visitors can step inside the house and imagine what life was like for Lawrence during his time in Wadi Rum.
Um Frouth Rock Bridge is one of the lesser-known natural wonders in Wadi Rum, but it is no less impressive than other rock formations in the area. This rock bridge spans across two towering sandstone cliffs, forming a natural archway that stands over 20 meters tall. Visitors can hike up to the top of the cliffs for a breathtaking view of the surrounding desert landscape, or simply marvel at the unique geology of the area. The name "Um Frouth" comes from a nearby spring that is said to have healing properties, adding to the mystique and allure of this remarkable site.
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