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Wadi Rum Jeep Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Aqaba, Jordan

  • Activities

    Adventure, Desert Tour

  • Price
    $60 USD per person
  • Duration

    6 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Everyday - departure depends on time of sunset

  • Starting Location

    Aqaba Hotels

  • Price Includes

    Transport Aqaba - Wadi Rum - Aqaba. Entrance fee to Wadi Rum reserve. 4 hour Jeep tour with local bedouin driver.

  • Notes

    Price is based on minimum 4 persons 2 persons - 100 USD per person 3 persons - 75 USD per person

Highlights

  • Private tour with local Bedouin Driver - who knows the area better than someone who lives there?
  • The Jeep takes you from site to site and it's up to you if you just take photos or climb the sand dune/rock bridge for a better view!
  • Visit Lawrence's spring - named after the famous English Army Officer T.E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) that lived with the Bedouin during WW1
  • See ancient cave drawings and inscriptions that are evidence of human inhabitants in the desert thousands of years ago!
  • Watch the desert change colour as you witness a spectacular sunset over the mountains!

Guide

Moufid

 

Trip Info

Take a 4×4 Jeep tour of the desert of Wadi Rum – scramble through high walled canyons, over natural rock bridges, and giant sand dunes. Discover ancient cave inscriptions and watch a beautiful sunset over the mountains. This is a private tour with a local Bedouin driver – what better way is there to see the land than with a local guide? You can choose whether to take photos from the jeep, or to climb the rocks and sand dunes to get a better view of the reserve. See ancient cave drawings and inscriptions that are evidence of ancient human dwellings in the area.

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