Highlights of Jordan small group tour
Tour Jordanís natural and historical highlights and sleep under the stars in the desert on this eight day small group tour
Amman Jerash Madaba Mt. Nebo Kerak Petra optional horse riding Wadi Rum optional camel ride Aqaba Dead Sea
US $1195 excluding flights
Minimum 3 pax - maximum 15 pax Including representative at the airport and visa cost, transfers, accommodations, 7 x breakfast, 2 x lunch, 1 dinner, entry tickets, 6 days guide , jeep tour in Wadi Rum.
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9 Reviews of Highlights of Jordan small group tour
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 19 Jun 2022 by KCOur guide and driver were excellent--Thank you! Read full review
Reviewed on 02 May 2022 by Brian DaleGreat guide and superb group of people on very well organised tour. Saw so many wonderful sights very difficult to pick one highlight however Petra and Wadi Rum stood out. Read full review
Reviewed on 21 May 2019 by Allison JackThe most memorable part of our vacation? All of it! It was brilliant, well balanced in terms of travel times and places visited. Read full review
Reviewed on 06 Nov 2018 by Patricia HarrisonThe Wadi rum was the most memorable part of the vacation... 10 /10 Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Apr 2018 by Ian SnowdonThe most memorable was the visit to Petra and Wadi Rum. Lived up to our expectations an would thoroughly recommend it to this who want to maximise there time in Ammna, although adding a few extra days would make the trip even more enjoyable, to give you a little relaxation time. Read full review
Reviewed on 13 Nov 2018 by Peter KerrThe most memorable part was the view from the Monastery in Petra... Very enjoyable. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 May 2018 by Paul SlaterIt was all very good. The trip was put together very quickly and we travelled as a couple rather than a small group. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Apr 2018 by Mariam AmodePetra and wadi rum camp was special but we enjoy the whole tour it was beyond our expectations. Very good, the guide was great, advised and supported us. We really appreciated it. Read full review
Reviewed on 31 Oct 2017 by Julia SmithThe desert at Wadi Rum, jeep safari and overnight in a Bedouin camp - not touristy as I had feared! The people were unbelievably friendly and helpful - and not just looking for a tip as in some countries such as Egypt. That was a refreshing change. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWhen you book this trip you get to experience the silence of the desert. One of the highlights of the tour is a visit to the protected area of Wadi Rum. The area covers 720 km 2 of dramatic desert wilderness in the South of Jordan. Wadi Rum is also described by T.E. Lawrence as a "vast, echoing moon like landscape".
There is a lot of wildlife in Wadi Rum, but visitors often don't see them all. Besides birds, insects and reptile there are also large species such as the Arabian Oryx. However, the Arabian Oryx and other species, are reduced to very low numbers. That is one of the reasons why the protected area exists now. Conservation fees are included in your entry ticket. The more visitors, the more fees will be available to conserve this stunning desert and its creatures.
A major conservation program is on the way to tackle some challenging environmental problems. To contribute our local guides and drivers ask you kindly to follow the rules and regulations and do all you can to respect the site and its people. This includes leaving no waste behind.
PeopleBy visiting Wadi Rum you will not only help with conserving the protected area, you will also help the people living in and around Wadi Rum. We make sure that for your desert experience only local people are hired.
Virtually all the people living in and around Wadi Rum are of Bedouin origin and, until recently, led nomadic lives relying on their goat herds. We work with the people who live in Rum Village, the only village located inside the protected area. The services they organise (such as jeep and camel tours), are organised through the Rum Tourism Cooperative. This is a locally-run society that shares the tourism between the villagers. So everyone benefits in an equal way which stimulates and encourages the interaction with tourists. And it also prevents jealousy and other possible negative problems.
You will be meeting some real local Bedouins on your desert experience, they will guide you and show you the most impressive places of the desert.