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Wadi Rum full day jeep tour

wadi rum - car parked at a lawrence house during a full day jeep tour

On this web page, you find all the information about the full day Wadi Rum jeep tour. We start with the short tour description, followed by a list of sites that we plan to visit. Then we dive into the details of the trip and the options for the overnight stay. In the price section, you find the prices, a list of included and excluded, additional price information, and also a possible extension. Furthermore, we share a few of the testimonials of our guests and helpful information for your preparation. Lastly, we share links to our other tours.

Tour description full day jeep tour

If your time to visit Wadi Rum is limited to a one whole day, the full day jeep tour gives you the best introduction possible.

During the day you visit some of the most famous sites in the protected area. We use a jeep to cover the distances between the places. And at each location, there is time to explore, hike, scramble, climb and enjoy. At lunchtime, we serve you a Bedouin meal. Afterward, we continue the tour. Before we return to Rum village, we, of course, enjoy the feast of changing colors by watching the sunset in Um Sabatah.

Altogether, this day is an active day full of variety in the stunningly beautiful Wadi Rum desert.

guests posing at mushroom rock during the full day jeep tour in wadi rum

Wadi Rum sites included in this tour

Lawrence spring is one of the most famous natural springs. From the spring, you can enjoy mesmerizing views over Wadi Rum.

The dune near Khazali canyon is one of the countless dunes with fantastic views over Wadi Rum.

In the small and narrow Khazali canyon, you can see ancient inscriptions and drawings from different times.

Little bridge is an easy to climb natural rock bridge with again stunning views over Wadi Rum.

Lawrence house is one of the few places in Wadi Rum that reminders of Lawrence of Arabia, who was so important in our countries history.

Mushroom rock is one of the famous, solitary, unusual rock formations.

Burdah rock bridge is one of the highest rock bridges in the world. We marvel at it from the valley floor. If you want to climb and scramble up the arch, you can join our Burdah rock bridge tour.

Abu Khashaba is a surprisingly green canyon with red and yellow sand sections. The canyon offers the opportunity for a fun walk and scramble.

The most photographed site of Wadi Rum is Um Fruth rock bridge. A steep but doable climb leads up to the bridge.

Um Sabatah is one of the best places to enjoy the sunset in Wadi Rum.

You can find more information about these sites on the Wadi Rum desert sites page. And hereafter, in the detailed full, day jeep tour plan, you see pictures of all the sites.

The detailed full day jeep tour plan

Day 1 - Meeting point and start time

We meet each at our office in Rum village for the check-in. Together we enjoy a Bedouin tea and talk about what we have in mind for the day and night. After finishing our drink, there is time for the final preparations. Afterward, we leave Rum village to go out into the desert.

During summertime (daylight saving time), the tour starts at 10 AM (check-in at 9.30 AM), and during wintertime, the tour begins at 9 AM (check-in at 8.30 AM).

wadi rum nomads office in rum village

Day 1 - In the morning

A short ride brings us to the natural spring called Lawrence spring. You scramble up the mountain site to the spring from where you enjoy the spectacular views of Wadi Rum. We continue our drive and head to the nearby red dune. Here you can climb the dune, enjoy more stunning views, and enjoy running down. Our next stop is Khazali canyon, which is famous for the ancient inscriptions and waterholes. Another short drive brings us to the first rock bridge of the day, Little bridge. We scramble up the bridge and enjoy the marvelous valley views. The last site we visit in the morning is Lawrence house.

Day 1 - Lunchtime

We drive further into the desert to a quiet and picturesque place where we take our lunch break. Your guide prepares a Bedouin lunch for you on the spot. After lunch, there is time to take a rest or walk around to explore the area on your own.

Because of the days being short during wintertime, we continue the tour right after lunch. Likewise, during summertime, we take an extended break to wait for the heat of the day to go.

wadi rum - guests having lunch while on full day jeep tour with wadi rum nomads

Day 1 - In the afternoon

We start the afternoon with a beautiful drive to the Mushroom rock. After a short stop, we continue our ride through the yellow desert to the point from where we can see the Burdah rock bridge. Of course, we take time to admire the rock bridge. Then we drive to the surprisingly green and narrow Abu Khashaba canyon. You walk through the canyon. This delightful walk takes about half an hour to 45 minutes. Because you can only walk through this canyon, your guide drives around the mountain and waits for you on the other side of the canyon. Another short drive takes us to the Um Fruth rock bridge. A short but challenging scramble takes you up the bridge. As the sun starts to set, we head to Um Sabatah, to watch the sunset.

Day 1 - Departure

From the sunset place, we return to our office in Rum village. We arrive there around 45 minutes to 1 hour after the sunset. You can look up at what time the sun will set on your preferred tour date on the website timeanddate.com. After the check-out, we say goodbye, and you can continue your journey.

Prices of the full day jeep tour

1 person
2 persons
55JOD per person
3 persons
50JOD per person
4 persons
45JOD per person
5 and more persons
availableon request


  • a Bedouin guide for the full day jeep tour
  • a jeep
  • lunch
  • drinks (tea and bottled water throughout the day)


  • the entrance fee for Wadi Rum
    (to pay at the visitor center - if you travel with the Jordan Pass entrance is for free)
  • souvenirs
  • tipping for the guide (at your courtesy)

Additional price information full day jeep tour

  • The prices are based on shared touring. Our minimum shared group size is two persons, and our shared maximum group size is eight persons. On average, 4-5 guests share a tour.
    If you are traveling with a group of eight or more persons, you, of course, can join us too. In that case, your group will go on a private tour.
  • The surcharge for a private tour is available on request. Please fill out our contact form with your request. Note that for groups of six or more persons, we offer private tours without a surcharge being applicable.
  • Departures for one person are available upon request and are subject to a surcharge.
  • We determine your price based on the number of people that are in your booking.

We have the following discounts for children:

  • under the age of 12, 25% discount on the adult price
  • under the age of 6, 50% discount on the adult price
  • and under the age of 3, 75% discount on the adult price

Possible extension for the full day jeep tour

Camel ride

We offer the following option for camel riding:

  • 1-hour camel ride at the start of the tour
    You will ride from our office to the Lawrence spring. The start time remains the same.

A 1-hour camel ride costs 20 JOD per person.
The price include a camel guide and one camel per person.

What our guests say about the Wadi Rum jeep tour

Do you want to read other reviews? You find many more reviews on our TripAdvisor account page.

Helpful information

Booking and payment

You can easily book via our website. Choose 'BOOK' from our main menu, use one of the booking buttons on this page to go to our booking form.

As for the payment, you can finish the payment upon arrival. Also, 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.

Reaching and departing Wadi Rum

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.

Wadi Rum map

If you want to have a better understanding of what is where in Wadi Rum, you can have a look at the map of Wadi Rum.

Luggage handling

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.

Checklist what to bring

Visiting the desert is a special and unique experience. Coming prepared ensures a careless time. Therefore we made a list of essentials which, according to us, should be included on your packing list. Thus, have a look at our ‘what to bring’ list for our recommendations.

What to wear

Wadi Rum desert is a harsh place. Endless sunshine, high and low temperatures, wind, blowing dust, 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.

Wadi Rum weather

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. In addition you can also check out our blog posts about the seasons (the links are available on the weather page).

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