Wadi rum camel camp
Wadi Rum is best known for its connection with the enigmatic British officer T.E. Lawrence, who was based here during the Great Arab Revolt of 1917-18, and as the setting for the film that carried his name "Lawrence of Arabia".
Wadi Rum is an ideal location for hiking, climbing, trekking and camel riding. Except in summer months, climbing the Rock Bridge here is unforgettable. 4x4 vehicle tours and hot air balloon riding at dawn and in the late afternoon are feasible with previous arrangement. Camel trips from the Wadi to either Aqaba (several days) or Petra (about a week) may also be arranged.
The area is centred on the main valley of Wadi Rum. The highest elevation in Wadi Rum is Mount Um Dami at 1,840 m (6,040 ft) high On a clear day, it is possible to see the Red Sea and the Saudi border from the top.
Jabal Rum (1,734 metres (5,689 ft) above sea level) is the second highest peak in Jordan and the highest peak in the central Rum, covered with snow and rising directly above Rum valley opposite Jebel um Ishrin, which is possibly one metre lower
Our camp is located in the heart of the Protected Area in the Wadi Rum. We have a selection of single, double, family, and group tents with everything needed for your comfort: mattresses, blankets, pillows, and European style bathrooms with showers and flush toilets. We offers you camel rides, jeep tours, rock scrambling, trekking and backpacking, and even just sitting on the rocks watching the sunset.
We are looking for volunteers to help us. You will live with Bedouin and stay in town and camps. Work will include guiding tourists, camping, advertising, internet tech, English.
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