Our Classic Wadi Rum Jeep tour takes you through the best and most beautiful areas of Wadi Rum, and while we do not miss the core sites, we still take the time to take you a little way off the beaten track. Spend the night in our camp, and enjoy the sunset, a Bedouin Dinner, and a night in a Bedouin tent or outside 'under the stars'. So Where Do We Go On This Tour? Day one: If you are arriving in the morning then I will meet you at the Guest House in Rum village (further directions given on booking). I recommend arriving between 9&10am. Once you have arrived we will go to my house to drink some welcome tea and I will give you a short orientation with the map of the protected area so you can see where you are going for the day. After this when you are ready you will leave with your guide at each stop you have the opportunity to hike and scramble, and explore in your own time: 1. Lawrence Spring: Walk up through rocks and boulders to find the water (and a lovely fig tree to rest under). During spring time you are greeted by the heady smell of herbs.. The view across the Wadi from here is legendary! 2. Khazali Canyon: This canyon was once used by the local Bedouin to rest in the shade, especially in the hot summer. You can easily imagine how it would have looked with Bedouin tents, family's resting, drinking tea, and children playing. You can find on the canyon walls many ancient rock inscriptions (See if you can spot the inscriptions of feet, and the Orynx). 3. Red Sand Dunes: This area is very beautiful with many differing colour's of rock and sand. You can climb up the sand dune for the wonderful view at the top. Then we like to jump off it & run down it (some silly people also like to roll down it!). 4. Anfishieh Inscriptions: Rock inscriptions on the Anfishieh Jebel from the Thamudic and Nabatean periods. 5. House of Lawrence: a Nabatean structure that Lawrence of Arabia (according to hearsay) used during the Great Arab Revolution to store weapons. But without lingering on the possible academia of this site there is a wonderful view from here.. 6. Around about now: Lunch We find a beautiful and quiet place to rest and enjoy some food which your guide will prepare for you: 7. Burdah Arch: This natural rock bridge is set high up on the mountain. On your tour you will just look at it from a distance… we hope you will have time to stay in Wadi Rum and climb it with us on another day. 8. Um Frouth Arch: For some scrambling (or scrambling watching). This is a natural rock bridge, created by many years of water and wind. You can climb to the top… as long as you are not afraid of heights! 9. Small Sand Dune and Then "The Chicken": a unique 2 legged rock in a beautiful location. There is a wonderful view across the red desert to the white desert from here. We often enjoy the sunset from one of these places as they are located in the best position for sunset viewing. 10. To the Camp: Enjoy some dinner, the stars and the night in the desert. In the camp we have Bedouin tents, with mattresses and blankets. We have toilets (one Arab, one Western) and a shower. We have a main tent with a fire for sitting and relaxing in. The camp is in the white desert in a unique and beautiful location, secluded and away from any other tourist camps. Day two: Today after breakfast in the camp at 7am, you will return to the village by Jeep for your onward journey, usually arriving around 8.30am.