1st day: Airport/Transfer to Wadi Rum.
Meets and assist at Alia Airport, and then we will transfer you to
south of Jordan: Wadi Rum: You will explore Wadi Rum by Camels Ride,
escorted by a Bedouin guide. We will show you Lawrence of Arabia’s
house and the inscriptions made by Thamudics and Nabateans centuries
ago. And you may climb one of the natural rock bridges. In the
middle of the desert we are going to camp and stay overnight at
2nd day: Umm Sabata/Seven Pillars of
we going to start from the famous place in the protected area ( Umm Sabata) which is called Moon Valley, The trail will offer an endless
variety of landscapes, the seven pillars of wisdom, described so
vividly by Lawrence of Arabia. Al-Kharaza where uniquely shaped
massive mountains rise out of the rose-red desert sand. In the
evening a traditional Bedouin dinner will be prepared for you at a
campfire. The guide will show some of the most beautiful spots in
Wadi Rum and the inscriptions written by the Thamudic and Nabatean
people a long, long time ago. And we overnight near Al-Kharaza Rock
Bridge at Bedouin tents.
3rd day: Al-Kharaza/Qwaira/Old Humaima/New
Early in the morning we will ride our camels to continue to first
Bedouin village on our route, we pass the Bedouin new houses
(Al-Qwaira Village) and we continue to Old Humaima.
4th day: New Humaima/Wadi El-Dhba'a/Beer
Will ride in the morning to Humaima Village, and travel via
El-Dhba'a canyon, we will pass by Bedouin well, and visit the famous
Bedouin tribe, and we will have tea at their tent, and continue to
Dlagha, the first village in Petra region, from there we will
continue by our Jeep Safri to Petra, check in at Petra Diamond
5th day: Full day Petra.
In the morning a local guide will escort you into Petra and show you
the highlights of the Nabatean city. You will enter the city through
the Siq, the narrow gorge and be rewarded with the most astonishing
and dramatic monument in Jordan: the Treasury. You will visit the
theatre, the tombs and façades and the colonnaded street. Evening
back to Petra, check in at Petra Diamond Hotel (3*), dinner and
6th day: Petra/Bayda/Ras Namala.
The natural fountains and white sands of Wadi Araba. From the black
basalt rocks near Ras Namalah to the prehistoric site of Little
Petra. Nowadays many of the sites you will visit are sparsely
inhabited by the local Bedouin tribes. But in the early days many of
them were flourishing. The tour will show you some of the highlights
of these cultures ancient and gone. And of course we will also show
you some of the highlights of the Jordanian history. We will camp at
the top of black mountains and over view of Araba Desert, where you
can see 1200M under see level while you are staying at 1450M up see
level. We will have our Bedouin tents for our stay overnight.
7th day: Ras Namala/by Jeep to Qa'a
From top of Namala Area we will transfer you via one the most
beautiful off-roads in Jordan it is an old Nabatean trade route,
amazing views, volcanic granite stone and lime stone, Zigzag road
overlooks to Wadi Araba sand dunes, and travelling down to Wadi
Araba Desert, and then keep driving in the desert by our Jeep Safari
to Ghweir Canyon which has water falls, and Edomite water system,
there will have our Campsite for our overnight.
8th day: Wadi Ghwair/Old Fainan/Wadi
After our breakfast we will start from Wadi Feinan you will visit
the remains of the ancient capital of the Edomite kingdom. Feinan is
a large area of copper mines. In ancient times these mines were
among the largest in the world. You will also visit the ruins of the
Roman water system and two early Christian churches. This is will be
the last destination to visit by Camels, from here the Camels will
go back and we will continue with our tour guide the rest of the
tour, if you are interested in hiking then we will do Wadi Dana
Natural Reserve (7 hours easy walk): the reserve is a system of
wadies and mountains that extends from the upper edge of the Rift
Valley down to the desert lowlands of Wadi Araba. Dana is truly a
world of natural treasures, where we going to meet some Bedouins and
have tea at their tents, and will keep walking to Dana Old Village,
from there our mini bus will meet up with you to transfer you to
Madaba, check in at Mariam Hotel, dinner and overnight.
9th day: Madaba mosaic/Mount Nebo/Amman.
This day will be classic tour by our minibus which will be to Mosaic
of Madaba where you can see the famous mosaic map of Jerusalem and
the Holy Land. The next stop will be Mount Nebo, where you will
overlook the Promised Land. Just like Moses once did after
travelling through the desert for forty years. And you will visit
the remains of a church dating back to the sixth century. Evening
transfer to Amman, check in at Petunia Hotel (3*) deluxe, dinner and
10th day: Free time / Airport.
Depend of your flight, we can do shopping in Old Souq (Arabic
Market) in Amman to visit the city centre of Jordan's capital –
Amman – and transfer you to the airport.
· Meets and assist at the airport
· Hotel accommodation on F/B bases
· Tour Guides
· All meals
· Entrance Fees
· Jeeps to campaigned the tour
· Soft Drinks ( Mineral water, Bedouin tea, coffee)
· All transfers by deluxe minibus
· Camping equipments
· Shower availability
Prices not included:
Private insurance, tips.
Recommended time: All over the year.
Camping and hotel accommodation:
For campsites we have all suppliers and booking at hotels you can
have budget hotels, and from 1* to 5* hotels, it is all depend of
Food and Drinks : from our arrangements all meals : we will provide
lightweight provisions ( dehydrated foods) as well as fresh foods,
also alcoholic drinks if clients wants, vegetables, cans, Bedouin
tea, and mineral water, dinner will be huge selections.
Clothing and Equipment :
Cold seasons : from October to April: Jordan can be cold at night,
especially in the north or in the mountains so have some warm and
preferably windproof clothes.
Hot seasons : lightweight clothing, and vests are fine up in the
mountains, weather permitting, though on a hot day you may suffer
sunburn and lose precious body moisture quickly and without
noticing, leading to speedy dehydration. Whatever you wear, remember
to dress with respect for local traditions if you want to be
welcomed into Bedouin camps or the houses of local people. Sneakers
or modern lightweight trekking boots are all that’s needed for
footwear, always have your own small first aid kit with you.