Visit Shobak Castle
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Visit Shobak Castle
Visit Wadi Rum
Experience Bedouin Food
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The Golden Triangle consists of Aqaba, Petra, and Wadi Rum.
If you are in Aqaba and have only 3 days to explore then this trip is for you. We start from Aqaba for an exciting day visiting the oldest Crusader castle in Jordan, the Shobak Castle. After that, you will explore Little Petra and get a feeling of the old Nabatean cities. This night you will stay in an exceptional Bedouin Camp owned and managed by one of the oldest families from the area that supports the local community. The camp is surrounded by magical long mountains and at night, the sky will be glowing with stars.
In the morning, you will be taken to Petra for a day to remember exploring the historical Nabatean Site and its wonders. In the afternoon, you will be transferred to Wadi Rum and taken into the deepest desert for a 2 hours Jeep tour ending up at your Bedouin camp for an overnight stay.
On the third day, you will have the option to chill in the desert or select an activity for the day before returning to Aqaba by noon.
If you have more or less days in Jordan, you can create your own trip and indicate the starting point as Aqaba.
Please indicate in the special requirements field which activity you prefer for the last day in Wadi Rum in order to present you with an exact quotation.
3 Days Tour
Nature & Wildlife
Transportation to All Mentioned Sites
English Speaking Driver in a Comfortable Car
Accommodation in Wadi Rum
One Dinner and one Breakfast in Wadi Rum
Comfortable Hiking Clothes and Shoes
Your Jordan Pass
A clear mind for a fascinating experience
Your driver will pick you up from your location in Aqaba to start your adventure into the Golden Triangle.
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.
It is thought to have been occupied from 7200BC to 6500BC, which makes it one of the first settled villages in human history. Around that time the settlement burned down, and was rebuild. After its reconstruction, it was only inhabited for a short while, before being totally abandoned.
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.
After a long morning of excitement, a good meal is needed. Our method of work is that we do not include meals in tours when there are options to choose from.
You will have the free will to choose from our recommended places to eat which will be revealed to you after confirming the trip.
Something for every taste and budget.
Your driver will take you to Wadi Rum Village where you will meet your Bedouin guide to take you through the protected area in a 4*4 pick up 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.
A 2 hours Jeep tour taking you to the highlights of this magnificent desert. A very informative and picturesque tour.
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.