In order to start your overnight camel tour of the Wadi Rum, you must first go through the Visitor Centre, the gateway to the protected desert area. The Centre requires an admission fee (5 JD per person), but if you have a Jordan Pass admission is free. After the Visitor Centre, continue onward for about 6km to the Wadi Rum Village where I will greet you. From there, I will take you to the Wadi Rum Rest House for a cup of delicious Bedouin tea. We will chat with you about the day plans and outline them on a map. Once the tea is finished, we will set off into the desert.
The first stop is Lawrence’s spring, we will then proceed to Khazali canyon which features ancient Nabatean and Thamudic inscriptions. Next we go to the Red Sand Dunes, the Small Rock Bridge and to conclude the tour, Lawrence’s house. We then return to our Bedouin camp in the middle of the desert for a feast on ‘Zerb’ – a traditional Bedouin dish of meat and vegetables cooked underneath the desert’s sand, and a night in Wadi Rum, under the desert stars. Please note: If you are vegetarian, vegan or have any other dietary requirements, we can still provide you with a delicious meal.
Following dinner, we will sit around a bonfire, converse and drink tea. Our guides may perform music for you with traditional Bedouin string instruments, the ‘ooud’ and ‘rababa.’ For your accommodations you’ll be given a private and spacious Bedouin tent woven with black sheep hair with all the necessary furnishings for a comfortable stay. All camps are equipped with clean bathrooms and kitchens where we prepare your meals.
The next day after breakfast, we will take you back to the Wadi Rum village by Jeep. If required, we can organize transport to your next destination. Please note that if you wish to add or change anything in regard to your tour, this can be easily arranged.
1 person 70 JOD / person
2 people 60 JOD / person
3 people 50 JOD / person
4+ people 40 JOD / person
Note: Lunch is included with these prices