You can easily book via our website. Choose 'BOOK' from our main menu, or click one of the booking buttons on this page to go to our booking form. You can finish the payment upon arrival. Keep in mind that we only accept payment by cash (Jordanian Dinars). Furthermore, be reminded that Rum village has no ATM and credit card facilities. Therefore make sure to bring money from cities like Aqaba, Petra, Amman or Madaba.
We want to make things easy for you! If you come by car, we provide you with detailed travel directions. You receive those after booking. In case you rely on a combination of public transport and taxi transfers, we recommend having a look at our 'Getting there and away'-page. On this page, you find information about coming from and going to Amman, Petra, and Aqaba. If you are coming from another place, you can contact us for the available travel options. Last but not least, if we can help you out by arranging taxi transfer(s), you can let us know when filling out the booking form.
In general the available space for luggage in the jeeps is limited. Therefore make sure to pack all the things you need during the tour and overnight stay in a small backpack. Additionally, baggage that you don’t need you can store in your car or our office.
Visiting the desert is a special and unique experience. Coming prepared ensures a carefree time. Therefore we made a list of essentials that, according to us, should be included on your packing list. Thus, have a look at our ‘what to bring’ list for our recommendations.
Wadi Rum desert is a harsh place. Endless sunshine, wind, blowing dust, high and low temperatures, we have it all. We can imagine that you wonder what is best to wear in the desert. Therefore we wrote down our ideas for you. Without a doubt reading our webpage ‘what to wear’ will be helpful.
The winters in Wadi Rum are cold, and July and August are the warm months. But what is hot and what is cold? Read our page about the weather in Wadi Rum to learn more about our seasons. And you can also check out our blog posts about the seasons ( links are available on the weather page).
Wadi Rum is a UNESCO world heritage site for both its unique desert landscape and its rich history. You can visit many sites and do all kinds of activities. We put together a list of famous and lesser-known places. The list contains a description, a picture, and a link to a blog or tour for each site.
If your travel plans change and you want to change, reschedule or cancel your booking, let us know as soon as possible. Check our webpage, to read our cancelation policy.