Wadi Rum Nomads Blog

bedouin house of hair in wadi rum desert
Bedouin culture

An insight into our Bedouin house of hair

Imagine standing on a ridge of one of our desert’s mountains. In front of you is a vast yellow sand valley. You enjoy the view for a moment. You wonder how big this valley is. And

anfishiyyeh petroglyphs and inscriptions
Wadi Rum sites

The petroglyphs and inscriptions of Wadi Rum

Until now, we wrote quite a lot about the stunning landscape of the Wadi Rum desert. But our desert is famous for more than only its nature. Wadi Rum is also known for its unique collection

the magic of wadi rum desert
Wadi Rum desert

The magic of Wadi Rum desert

Jordan has a lot to offer to everyone. In a previous blog, we shared our top 7 of Jordan’s gems. Today we write a blog about the magic of Wadi Rum desert. Because that is what

bird watching in wadi rum desert
flora & fauna

Bird watching in Wadi Rum desert

When you go bird watching in Wadi Rum desert, you will likely spot the beautiful Sinai Rosefinch as our desert is home to our national bird. The Sinai Rosefinch is part of the Fringillidae family. With

watching shooting stars in wadi rum
Wadi Rum events

5 reasons to watch shooting stars in Wadi Rum

Being born and raised in the Wadi Rum desert, where artificial light is rare, we are used to the darkness of the night. Due to our arid desert climate, we have clear skies most of the

the nabatean temple in rum village
Wadi Rum sites

The Nabatean treasures of Wadi Rum desert

The Nabateans were an Arab nomadic tribe that settled down in Jordan and parts of Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Israel. Petra was the capital of their Empire (fourth century BC – 106 AD). The Nabateans were