Traveling the Kings Road
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Traveling the Kings Road
Visit Wadi Rum
Experience Bedouin Heritage Cuisine
Special Activities in the Desert
A trip through Petra and Wadi Rum.
From your starting point in Amman, you will travel to Petra through the King’s Road stopping by viewpoints and Castles along the most beautiful scenic roads in Jordan. It is the best way to explore the country and get a sense of the area’s history. Depending on the day you will be in Petra, you can attend the Petra by-night show which runs three days a week. The Next day you will explore the rose old city of Petra for then you will be taken to the red sands of Wadi Rum Desert for the night.
Upon your arrival to Wadi Rum village, your Bedouin guide will drive you in a 4*4 Pick up deep into the protected area known as the valley of the moon for a memorable sunset Jeep Tour into the scenic mountains ending up at your camp where you will participate in an extraordinary introductory Bedouin cooking experience digging up the “Zarb” Dinner (underground cooking). After dinner, you will witness the magical night sky and watch the stars and constellations and maybe meet the milky way.
As the sun rises above the rock formations, your simple Bedouin breakfast will be ready.
After that, you have the choice of spending some free time in the desert or select one of our recommended activities before heading back to Amman.
Please indicate in the special requirements field which activity you prefer for the last day in Wadi Rum in order to present you with a quotation.
3 Days Tour
Food & culture
Transportation to all Mentioned Sites
English Speaking Driver in a Comfortable Car
Accommodation Throughout the Trip
2 Breakfasts and 1 Dinner
Jeep Safari Sunset Tour
Customer Support by your Local Advisor
Tracking your Trail on a Mobile App
Comfortable Hiking Clothes and Shoes
Your Jordan Pass
A small bag for Your Water and Previously Purchased Snacks
A clear mind for a fascinating experience
Pick up from Amman/airport heading to Petra through the King’s Road.
It is 249 km (154 miles) long taking a 7 to 8 hours drive while stopping along the way on 2 important castles, 3 view points and Lunch. The scenic nature of the route, the winding roads, the steep climbs, and descents with the great stops is an unforgettable way to explore Jordan.
Stopping at this stunning viewpoint of Mujib Dam
It is a composite dam mainly used for irrigation.
The Karak Castle is a crusader stronghold from the 12th century located in the center of Jordan. One of the largest in the Levant.
Stopping at the best viewpoint to take a glimpse of Dana Village.
It is a village near the city of Tafilah, in the Feynan area in central-western Jordan. It is situated on the edge of Wadi Dana, a large natural canyon, and has views over Wadi Araba. It is host to Dana Biosphere Reserve, one of Jordan’s premier nature reserves with ecotourism facilities.
Set atop a mountain, Shobak Castle is an enchanting castle that was built in 1115 under the rule of King Baldwin.
It is particularly striking due to its remote location in the desert which will make visitors feel a world away from home. Within the castle grounds, visitors can explore the churches, historic ruins, and a secret passageway that leads to a charming spring. The castle also boasts a watchtower, catacombs and a number of Christian carvings and Islamic tablets.
A stay at one of our selected stays in Petra based on your selected preference and budget.
Here at myfairytrail.com we care about the place where you stay as much as where you go. A good night sleep with good memories is always a plus to your trail. There are few remarkable spots that will be advised to you for selection.
Depending on the night as this show does not run daily (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays)
Petra by night is a light show in Petra after dark.
Note: This is an optional activity.
The city of Petra, capital of the Nabataean Arabs, is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world.
It is not known precisely when Petra was built, but the city began to prosper as the capital of the Nabataean Empire from the 1st century BC, which grew rich through trade in frankincense, myrrh, and spices.
Wear comfortable shoes and a hat to protect your head from the sun, and carry plenty of drinking water.
Your driver will be waiting for you after you finish sightseeing in Petra to take you to Wadi Rum Village where you will meet your Bedouin guide to take you through the protected area to your camp.
You will participate in preparation for the traditional bedouin dinner “Zarb”.
It is a traditional Bedouin underground oven used by nomadic herding peoples in the Arabian Peninsula. Much like a barbeque, 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” while you witness the food taken out of the ground.
Options are limitless but we summed them up as below:
A. Hike one of the highest mountains in Rum (7 – 8 Hours)
B. Half-Day Jeep Safari Tour (4 Hours)
C. Hot Air Balloon Ride (3 Hours at Sunrise)
D. Camel or Horse ride (1 hour or more)
C. ATV Buggy Ride (1 Hour)
E. Free time until Check Out
Select your preferred activity and write it down in the special requirements to get a quotation.