Amman - Wadi Mujib - Wadi Rum (273 km)
We will begin our tour in the Wadi Mujib, JO
nature reserve, the lowest in the world. It lies in a deep valley holding some of Jordan's most breathtaking scenery. We will hike for about 2 hours on the Siq Trail, negotiating waterfalls and climbing rocks along the way!
From there we will head to Kerak Castle. Its diverse history dates back to the Byzantine period. Our day ends in Wadi Rum, Jordan's largest desert and one of the most spectacular desert landscapes in the world.
Wadi Mujib, JORDAN
It is a nature reserve, the lowest in the world. It is Jordan's most famous river canyon, located in a deep valley holding some of Jordan's most breathtaking scenery.
It is a city in Jordan and built on a small, steep-walled butte. It is the town in Bible named Qir-hareseth. It was one of the capitals of ancient Moab. It is well known for its Kerak Castle, a crusader castle.
Kerak Castle is one of the largest crusader castles in the Levant. When standing in the castle, guests would see breathtaking views. There is lots of history waiting for you behind the castle.
Wadi Rum - Aqaba - Amman (321 km)
In the morning we will explore the desert around Wadi Rum by jeep for 4 hours. This is a stupendous, timeless place, virtually untouched by humanity and its destructive forces. We will see Nabataen inscriptions, Lawrence's Cave, Rock Bridge, and some of the most beautiful sand dunes in the world. From there, we will travel to Aqaba, JO for a sunset cruise, snorkeling, and dinner After, we will return to Amman.
Wadi Rum, JORDAN
It inscribed as a mixed natural and cultural site, features a varied desert landscape consisting of a range of narrow gorges, natural arches, towering cliffs, ramps, massive landslides and caverns.
Aqaba is the only coastal city of Jordan. The city's strategic location, at the northeastern tip of the Red Sea, has been historically significant for centuries and today, the port plays a primary role in the kingdom's economy.