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10-Hour Petra and Wadi Rum Tour

10 Hours


Explore Wadi Rum desert and the lost city of Petra in one day. Driven in a private car (Full-size sedan) for extra comfort as well as Wi-Fi on board to stay connected. You will be taken around Wadi Rum by a local Bedouin guide who's going to tell you the history of the breathtaking desert. Then, at Petra, a different guide will show you around for a couple of hours.

  • Start off with a tour of Wadi Rumexpand_more

    You will stop by Wadi Rum village. There will be a 4x4 Jeep waiting for you. The tour will be for 2 hours with a local Bedouin guide (English-speaking), then you will be driven to your next attraction

  • Take a guided tour of Petraexpand_more

    Arrive at one of the local restaurants for lunch. Then you will head to the Petra Visitor Center where you will meet your tour guide to begin your 2.5 hours tour with him. After that, you will have free time to discover the city by yourselves. 

    The driver will be waiting for you to drive you to your drop off.

What's Included


Water bottles

tour guiding for 2.5 hours

Jeep tour for 2 hours

all entrances fees

What's Excluded

Personal expenses

Horse rides, camel rides, etc

Know before you go

Not wheelchair accessible

Not stroller accessible

Not suitable for pets

No public transportation nearby

Infant seats unavailable

Pickup available from Aqaba hotels- Aqaba airport- (Aqaba border)* *12JDs Extra

The 1.2km Siq, or canyon, with its narrow, vertical walls, is undeniably one of the highlights of Petra. The walk through this magical corridor, as it snakes its way towards the hidden city, is one full of anticipation for the wonders ahead – a point not wasted on the Nabataeans, who made the passage into a sacred way, punctuated with sites of spiritual significance.

Known locally as Al Khazneh, this tomb is where most visitors fall in love with Petra. The Hellenistic facade is an astonishing piece of craftsmanship. Although carved out of iron-laden sandstone to serve as a tomb for the Nabataean King Aretas III (c 100 BCE–CE 200), the Treasury derives its name from the story that an Egyptian pharaoh hid his treasure here (in the facade urn) while pursuing the Israelites.

Aqaba carries the relaxed small-town atmosphere of a popular local getaway. The town offers a sociable stopover en route to the diving and snorkelling clubs to the south and the big destinations of Wadi Rum and Petra. It’s also an obvious place to break a journey to or from Israel and the Palestinian Territories or Egyp

Meeting Point

Pick up options can be selected at check out

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Cancellation Policy
  • Fully refundable in case of any cancellation upto 2 days before the tour.
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