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115After arrival at Wadi Rum visitor center our representative will meet and assist you through registration procedures. The trip starts from the village; visit Lawrence Spring, then to Khazali canyon where you will see ancient Nebatean inscriptions. Then ride to the Wadi Rum Ashrin to visit Nebatean Inscriptions and climb the Sand Dunes. Then we proceed to Lawrence’s House and Burrah Canyon, where you may continue on foot if you want a half hour walk. We will find a shady spot to have lunch. In the afternoon we visit Mashroom Rach, Jabel Burdah Arch, and Um Fruth Arch. You can climb these natural bridges (20m high). After we continue to the Red Sand (between White Area and Red Area). When we arrive at the camp, you will see the amazing sunset near the camp and enjoy a traditional Bedouin dinner. You  can sleep in the tent or outside under a million  stars and the moon.

SECOND DAY:

116From Rum village we will drive you by jeep to Jabal Al Hash, located in the AL FORAH area, close to the Jordanian-Saudi Arabian border. This mountain is very easy to climb for anyone who is inexperienced or who would like a simple hike. You and your guide will start hiking from the eastern side of the mountain in the Um Snenah Valley and go through the valley to the top. Then we will take you down from the north-western side of the mountain by Wadi Nuqra. In total this hike takes approximately 5 hours. This is probably the most beautiful mountain in Wadi Rum to hike on, because when you arrive at the highest point (1700m above sea level) you will see all the different colours that encapsulate Wadi Rum. After reaching the top, you will descend the mountain and your guide will start cooking your lunch and you can rest for 1 hour. After that you and your guide will walk about 3 hours around the mountain. Finally, we will return to the camp and wait for the sunset.

If you would like to return to the village by camel instead, we can arrange a camel trek for you to do the final morning for an additional 25 JD per camel. The trek back will take about 2 hours.

Includes: English-speaking Bedouin guide, all meals, jeep service, sleeping equipment, water and Bedouin tea

Excludes: Entrance fees for Wadi Rum (5 JD per person), personal expenses, tip, camel

Prices:

120 JD per person for 1-2 people

100 JD per person for 3-4 people .

80 JD per person for 5 or more people

Children 50% off

Children less than 2 years free

All prices are guidelines and may change depending on season and economic situation; please feel free to contact us anytime for a quotation.

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