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Wadi Rum
Wadi Rum
Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum, Romance of the Desert

Have a sense of adventure? Looking for a relaxing night under the bright, sparkling sky? Seeking a different kind of experience, simple pleasure, and the true charm of a real Bedouin? Want to enjoy the views, camels riding, mountain climbing, Jeeps touring, and home cooked food tasting?

No time for dreams, Join us and visit the largest Wadi in Jordan, one of Jordan's important tourist destinations, and we will prove that Wadi Rum is the place where you will have the most exciting experiences from sunrise to sunset, and get pleasure from the natural wonders, magnificent sights, amazingly beautiful and exotic creatures and plants, and the infinite Bedouin hospitality.

The incredible shades of red, orange and brown under the blue sky, the tranquility when you can actually hear the silence make this place really unearthly.

Many people reckon that the surface of Mars might look like this. Others compare it to the Moon.

Geologists think that this Wadi (the Arabic word for "valley") resulted from a great crack in the surface of the earth caused by an enormous upheaval, which shattered mammoth pieces of granite, and sandstone ridges from the mountains of the Afro-Arabian shield. Some of the ridges are 1000 feet high and topped with domes worn smooth by the desert winds.

Wadi Rum was the headquarters of Prince Feisal bin Al-Hussein and T.E. Lawrence during World War I, to fight for the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. Lawrence became a legendary figure for his key role in the fight for the Arab cause. He made his home in this magical area. Ain Asshallaleh, also known as Lawrence's Spring is just a short walk up the hillside from the Nabataean temple. The mountain aptly known as the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, was named by T.E. Lawrence, and was the inspiration for the title of his book of the same name.

Days and nights at Wadi Rum are amazing. the night’s peak, between the 8th and 14th August, the night sky is lit up by often over 60 meteors per hour, streaking across the darkness. The Presides is best observed in a completely clear night sky and where better than Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert, which is renowned for its beautiful blanket of stars, definitely ending your day around the fire, under the stars-loaded sky miles away from the crowds is magnificent. During day it is a vast, silent place with a dramatic landscape of breathtaking, indescribable beauty. Contact us now to reserve a room for you in Wadi Rum Camp to enjoy its sunrise and sunset.






 
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