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A true adventurous trail starting from Amman to Wadi Mujib, one of the best canyon hikes in Jordan that stand out with its scenic rock formations. Going south to Little petra for some exploration and a bedouin style overnight. Hike the back trail to Petra then stay 2 nights in the desert of Wadi Rum where you will summit the highest mountain in the area. Finish the trail with a chill day at the Dead Sea.
Depending on your arrival time, we will select the best actives for the first day.
5 Days Tour
Food & culture
Nature & Wildlife
Sun & Fun
Transportation to all mentioned sites
English speaking driver
Entrance to Dead Sea
Entrance to Wadi Mujib
2 nights in Wadi Rum
Mountain Hike in Wadi Rum
4 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches and 3 Dinners
Comfortable Hiking Clothes and Shoes
Your Jordan Pass
A small bag for Your Water and Previously Purchased Snacks
Waterproof bag or keep your valuables safely with the driver
A clear mind for a fascinating experience
We will pick you up at the airport. Depending on your flight arrival, you will have some time to explore Amman at your own pace or we can organize a day tour if time allows.
Enjoy beautiful views over the Dead Sea on your way, get ready for a self-guided hike on the Siq Trail: 2-3 hours of climbing, splashing, hiking, sliding, and jumping through a stunning gorge! Follow the course of the river between towering sandstone cliffs to the base of a large waterfall. Depending on seasonal rainfall levels, there might even be pools deep enough to swim.
* Self-Guided hike
Explore Little Petra known as Siq al-Barid (the Cold Canyon). It is believed to be a ‘suburb’ of Petra, that was probably meant to house traders traveling along the Silk Road.
The camp will be selected based on your budget preference as there are luxury camps and traditional Bedouin-tents camps.
A great way to end your night under the stars.
Indicate in the special requirements field your preference and we will send you the best available options.
Enter the ancient Nabataean city via the Back Door, avoiding the tourist jam.
This way follows a Nabataean route out of the valley and skirting round the final mountain on a natural rock terrace which has been ‘improved’ by the PAP for the safety of walkers. Even so, it still narrows slightly before reaching a hidden plateau high above the impressive chasm of Wadi Siyyagh. Just beyond, carved into the cliff face, ‘The Monastery’ suddenly comes into view. (Bedouin café). Nabataean steps then lead down into ancient Petra, through which the route goes before exiting past ‘The Treasury’ and though the famous ‘Petra Siq’ to the shops,
Hiking Distance: 14Km (3 to 4 Hours)
Head to Wadi Rum for a 2 nights stay at one of our recommended camps for a true local bedouin experience.
Learn the “Zarb”cooking way
It is a traditional Bedouin underground oven used by nomadic herding peoples in the Arabian Peninsula. Much like a barbecue, the methods start by digging a hole in the soft sand. Then cook down wood to coals, place the food over the coal and cover the hole with sand.
The bedouin chef will be telling you about the practices and techniques used to make the best Zarb.
Get ready to summit Jordan’s highest peak – Jabal Umm ad-Dami. After breakfast and a long jeep ride through the stunning desert landscape (approx. 1hr), we’ll reach the foot of the mountain. The hiking path is very steep and a little strenuous, but overall it’s a moderate hike: it will only take you about 2-3 hours to get to the top and back down again (depending on your level of fitness of course).
Once you reach the peak you will see – the stunning desert views were absolutely worth every effort! Standing at an altitude of 1854m above sea level, you gain a whole new perspective of the breathtaking landscape surrounding you. To the South, you can see across a wide mountain panorama far into Saudi Arabia, to the North you can spot Rum Village and the famous Seven Pillars of Wisdom at the horizon.
After the hike, we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch cooked in the middle of the desert wilderness on fire, and then return to the camp to relax and recover, and spend another night in Wadi Rum, enjoying the traditional Bedouin hospitality and a breathtaking night sky.
After an early breakfast in your camp in Wadi Rum. We will take you to the lowest point on earth now to enjoy floating in the salty waters, try out the ‘magical’ Dead Sea mud, relax by the pool, or pamper yourselves to some spa treatments – the perfect way to end the trip.
Return to Starting point or to the airport