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um fruth one of the most popular rock bridges in wadi rumm
Wadi Rum sites

3 most popular rock bridges of Wadi Rum desert

Wadi Rum desert is dotted with towering high cliffs and stunningly shaped mountain. One of the spectacular natural phenomenon we have here is rock bridges. As we have one of the highest rock bridges of the

guests and guide hiking a bedouin road
Wadi Rum sites

Our 3 favorite Bedouin roads in Wadi Rum desert

Ever since ancient times, Wadi Rum has been filled with tracks. They date back as far as to Thamudic times. Hunters and gathers passed the area in search of animals and herbs. Caravans were moving their

one of the famous sand dunes in wadi rum
Wadi Rum sites

Our top 5 of greatest sand dunes in Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum desert is dotted with dunes. Both yellow and red dunes. The highest dune is in Wadi Um Ishrin. We prefer to visit the one near Khazali canyon for two reasons. Climbing this dune is

picture of khaskhasha canyon you want to take in wadi rum
Wadi Rum sites

5 pictures you want to take in Wadi Rum desert

We always advise our guests to bring enough charged batteries and memory cards for their cameras. The reason for the charged batteries is simple. Unless you have a solar charger, there is no way to charge

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 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

ain shalaaleh the real lawrence spring
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Confusion about the real Lawrence spring cleared

Wadi Rum desert has several little springs in the mountains with limestone tops and granite bases. Limestone absorbs rain. The water slowly descends the limestone until it hits the granite. As granite cannot hold water, the

lawrence house in wadi rum
Wadi Rum sites

Wadi Rum: Following the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia

‘Vast, echoing, and God-like’ are the famous words that Lawrence of Arabia used to describe Wadi Rum. Lawrence loved our desert. Everybody who visits our homeland will understand why he used those words. In this blog,

islamic inscription in khazali canyon
Wadi Rum sites

3 reasons why Khazali should be on your tour itinerary

The gigantic chunk of mountain that you can see beautifully from Lawrence Spring is Jabal Khazali. It is supposed to be named for Khazal. He was a criminal that was pursued up to the summit. As

fawaz walking on burdah rock bridge
Wadi Rum sites

3 reasons why you should hike up Burdah rock bridge

Countless times we already hiked the Burdah rock bridge. It’s the stunning beauty of Wadi Rum desert from any of the viewpoints that is overwhelming. It takes your breath away every time and again. Sitting on