Petra And Wadi Rum Trek
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Travel to Jordan and experience the alien landscape of Wadi Rum and Petra, one of the wonders of the world. Visit Amman, Jordan's lively and atmospheric capital, which is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities on Earth. Trek through a truly unique landscape, passing natural rock formations that seem to defy the laws of nature. Be blown away by the presence of the ancient city of Petra, intricately carved into the red rock itself. This is a truly unique location and a trip that will not be forgotten.
- Travel to Petra.
- the ancient city carved in to the red rock of the Earth.
Day 1 Amman
Travel to Jordan's capital, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world, with excavation revealing towers believed to date back to the Stone Age. See the impressive Roman theatre and take in panoramic views of the city from the Citadel.
Days 2-5 Wadi Rum Trek
Get acclimatised to the captivating atmosphere and outlandish scenery with a short walk from Disseh Village to the Umm el Twaggy camp, where the Bedouin hosts provide a tasty traditional meal. Continue on to traverse the magnificent desert canyon of Siq el Barrah, before camping between the mountains of Rakaa and Mharrak. Climb to the arch of Burdah and take in spectaculer vistas of of the dramatic landscape. Finally, head over the Um Fruth rock bridge and visit the inscriptions of Siq el Khazali.
Day 6 Petra
Head north through Wadi Um Ishrin to the quaint and comfortable Disseh Village, before making the final push for Petra in the afternoon.
Days 7-8 Petra/Amman
Visit Petra and walk down the narrow chasm of the city's only entrance to emerge at the El Khazneh. Walk through to the city centre, passing houses, tombs and the amphitheatre. Finally, reach the magnificent El Deir, the monastery that is carved into the rock and topped by a huge urn.
Maximum of 14 travellers per group
Camping (with basic facilities), Hotel
1. Please note that a variance in our standard booking conditions applies to this trip. Departures may only be confirmed 4 weeks before the scheduled start date of your trip, rather than the standard 60 days. We recommend that you make no non-refundable travel arrangements until your trip has been confirmed.