Multi Day Treks

 Experience the raw beauty of the desert and areas in Wadi Rum off the beaten path.
Exploring the Wadi Rum by foot is the perfect way to take in all the sights and sounds of this untouched desert. Home to an array of flora & fauna, the scenery is unparalleled.

Canyons and Sand Dunes

DURATION 2 Days / 1 Night

Start: Wadi Rum Village 9 – 10:30am 
Finish: Wadi Rum Village late afternoon

ROUTE

DAY 1 Makharas Canyon – Um Ishrin Canyon
Overnight: Desert Cave or Camp

DAY 2 Jebel Khazali – Sand Dunes – Lawrence Spring

Price
2 person: 140JD per person
3 – 4 persons: 120JD per person
5 – 8 persons: 100JD per person

Included in price: guide, overnight in camp or cave meals and drinks

OVERNIGHT

Each afternoon you will walk to your sleeping place for the evening and to watch the sunset. Dinner will be prepare and you can spend the rest of the evening around the fire.

Desert Camp: At our camp, we have private tents with a regular bed so that you can have a comfortable sleep. We serve dinner and breakfast in a large communal tent where you can also rest during the evening before going to sleep. Our camp has a shared bathroom facilities with toilets and showers.

Desert Cave: When you choose to sleep beneath the stars, we take you to an area away from all of the camps. We prepare dinner at a cave and we eat around a fire. We provide carpet, mattress, pillow, and blankets and you will sleep in the open air under the stars.

Hiking and Burdah Arch

DURATION 3 Days / 2 Nights

Start: Wadi Rum Village 9 – 10:30am 
Finish: Wadi Rum Village late afternoon

ROUTE

DAY 1 Rakhabat Canyon – Sand Dunes
Overnight: Desert Cave or Camp

DAY 2 Canyon Hike to Lawrence House – Abu Khashaba Canyon
Overnight Cave or Camp

DAY 3 Burdah Arch Climb

Price
2 persons: 220JD per person
3 – 4 persons 180JD per person
5 – 8 persons: 140JD per person

Included in price: guide, overnight in desert cave meals and drinks

OVERNIGHT

Each afternoon you will walk to your sleeping place for the evening and to watch the sunset. Dinner will be prepare and you can spend the rest of the evening around the fire.

Desert Camp: At our camp, we have private tents with a regular bed so that you can have a comfortable sleep. We serve dinner and breakfast in a large communal tent where you can also rest during the evening before going to sleep. Our camp has a shared bathroom facilities with toilets and showers.

Desert Cave: When you choose to sleep beneath the stars, we take you to an area away from all of the camps. We prepare dinner at a cave and we eat around a fire. We provide carpet, mattress, pillow, and blankets and you will sleep in the open air under the stars.

WHEN TO TREK?

The best time of the year is October through April

October still has rather warm day-time temperatures, very pleasant evenings. Dec – Feb – cold at night. But winter light conditions are beautiful, due to the low winter sun. Jan – March – possibility of light rain showers. Late March sees the arrival of warmer temperatures. The desert is in bloom and camel calves are grazing. 

WHERE WILL WE SLEEP

It depends, you can choose from our camp or our outdoor option. 

Camping outdoors – sleeping equipment supplied carpet, mattress, pillows and blankets. Other times you will need to bring your sleeping bag.

Desert Camp – Bedouin tents with double or single beds.

I’VE NEVER TREKKED BEFORE.
Is that a problem?

You don’t have to be an experienced athlete to enjoy a day’s exercise in the desert. Many of our active itineraries are built for the first-time active traveller and offer a more relaxed – but still active – experience. Our treks are designed for travellers who are in good, healthy shape. And if you’re unsure whether a trek is right for you, simply ask us and we’ll get you sorted out.