We start hiking through the massif of Jebel Um Ishrin (Rakebat Canyon) to the valley of Um Ishrin where we have lunch. This route is used by the bedouins to cross with their goats from one side to another. In the afternoon, we continue trekking to Jebel Burdah (the Great Arch) where we have dinner and sleep. We can also climb moving sand to enjoy the red sand and visit Lawrence house if time allowed.
After breakfast, we will start hiking and scrambling to go up to the Burdah Arch and down the same way. We have lunch at the bottom of the route in the valley. In our way, we have rope just for safety, it takes around 4 to 5 hours. After lunch we will walk to Um Imgour where we have dinner and camp.
In the morning, we will take the jeep for 20 minutes to Alforah for the beginning of the route of Jebel Al Hash. We walk in mountain, a very easy hike trail. We can see very nice landscape including the desert of “No Man’s Land” of Rum and Saudi Arabia. We will continue our way down to the other side of the Nograh valley where we have lunch. After lunch, we will cross the mountain through the sik to another valley. we continue to Abo Hamatah mountain. We will camp here for the night.
We head our way to the South between the mountains to Al Makarog where we will have lunch. Afterward, we will continue walking to Katar mountain spring until dinner time and camp there.
In the morning, we will walk to the direction of Rum village, to Khazali Canyon in Um Sabatah. After a short break, we will continue to visit the Canyon of Khazali where we see some inscriptions dated back 2500 B.C. We will overnight in our bedouin camp and return to Wadi Rum by jeep the next morning (on Day 6).
For 2 people: 350 JD per person per day
For 3 to 4 people: 325 JD per person per day
For 5 to 7 people: 300 JD per person per day
For 8 to 12 people: 250 JD per person per day
- English-speaking guide
- Two cars (one for the group and one for equipment)