Um Adami’s 2-day tour with desert exploration and overnight stay
From the village of Wadi Rum, you and your guide will visit the Nabatean temple, which is located near the village of Rum with rock art, Thamudi and ancient Kufi. The temple was erected around the 1st century BC. Next, we’ll take you to Lawrence Spring where you can climb up and take pictures of the amazing view.
After tea, you will climb the Um Frouth rock bridge.. Next is the small arch bridge which you can also easily climb. Then you will go to Khazali Valley where you can walk among the Nabatean inscriptions. Then a trip to a great sunset viewing point before returning to camp for Bedouin dinner.
The second day
Jebel Umm Adami is the highest mountain in Jordan at 1832m and you can see Saudi Arabia up to the Red Sea on a clear day.
After breakfast we will drive you through the desert about 40 km south to Jebel Umm Adami. This is a wonderful journey through the far valleys of Wadi Rum and crossing the beautiful and lonely Wadi Saab. Upon arrival, you will have a guided walk to the gallery that you will climb up Um Adami Mountain and then after resting at the top you will descend into a nice secluded area. While resting and photographing, your guide will start cooking your lunch
We will take you on Jeep around surrounding area before another sunset and night at camp.
The next day, after breakfast, we will take you back to Rum Village.
|1 person||220 dinars / person|
|2-4 people||130 dinars / person|
|5-8 people||90 dinars / person|
|9 people or more||70 dinars / person|
|Children under 12 years old||50%|
|Children under two years||Free of charge|