Visit Jerusalem and Holy Land from Amman and Jordan. Bedouin Life Style. 1st day The tour will begin from the village, where you will head by jeep to the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a famous landmark named after the book by T.
E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia). Then you will travel to Wadi Um Ishrin and continue to Burrah Canyon where you will hike about 2 hours. Afterwards your guide will prepare lunch and you can rest for 2 hours and then we will drive you to the Burdah Rock Bridge and to the Um Froth Rock Bridge which you will have the chance to climb. 2nd day After breakfast you will hike with your guide to see Khazali Canyon, and you will have the opportunity to walk inside and see the ancient inscriptions. 3rd day After breakfast you will go by camel to al-Qatar Spring and then to the White Desert where your guide will prepare lunch, and afterwards you can rest for 2 hours.
The tour includes: Price : 2 to 4 persons: 75 per person per day 5 to 8 persons:55 per person per day Under 12 years old 50% Under 2 years old free. Transportation To Petra, Jordan. Find out how to get to Petra from Amman, Aqaba, Wadi Rum or Madaba - by Bus, Taxi or Private Transfer.
Most of the foreign visitors of Petra arrive to one of Jordan's two international airports, the Aqaba port or the Wadi Araba border crossing between Eilat and Aqaba. Seven Wonders Bedouin Camp, Petra, Jordan: Book Now! We blend tradition with hotel style comfort .
You can: sleep in a private tent room on a comfortable bed with clean sheets; take a hot shower in our sparkling clean shower facilities; eat a traditional homecooked meal in our restaurant; relax, drink tea and chat with friends or other guests in our large traditional beit shar tents (heated by fires in winter); and at night, sit out in the circle under the stars and enjoy the glow of lanterns on the rocks and the desert moonlight.
Breakfast is included in the price (hummous, fresh olive oil, za'arta, fresh local bread, tomatoes and sweet cucumbers, yoghurt, eggs and cheese, tea or coffee). Upon arrival you will be greeted with arabic coffee. Teas, herbal teas, coffee, soft drinks and argilla can be purchased on site. We also provide fabulous traditional dinners. Electricity is provided by generator between 6pm-11pm each evening. We accept cash only (preferably Jordanian Dinars) - there are ATMs in Wadi Musa (Petra). Location Information. What's The Best Time To Visit Petra? My watch started beeping at 5 am.
FIVE. If it’s not for work, nobody wakes up at five, unless they are boring, old, or both. Or… if they really want to visit Petra but have to get to Wadi Rum by the afternoon. I like to think of myself as neither boring nor old, so take a guess what my reason was. One of my best friends, Claire, and I recently had a “reunion to rock the ages” in Jordan.
Petra is the ancient capital of the Nabatean people, founded sometime in the 5th century BC. It is really hard to describe. Since we had to leave that afternoon for a stay in the Wadi Rum desert, Claire and I wanted to get to Petra as early as possible, so that we wouldn’t run out of time. Enter the five o’clock watch beeping. I’m not going to lie – I was none too happy when my alarm went off. But, arise we did, and ate a quick breakfast at the Saba’a Hotel. We got to the entrance gate right as Petra was opening (6 am) and handed over a painfully large wad of cash (50 Jordanian dinars, $70 US). 10 Things I Wish I’d known before Visiting Petra, Jordan. Compiled by Isabel Clift A city of rose-coloured stone, carved out of Mount Hor’s rock-face by the Nabataeans in the 3rd century BC, there’s nothing else like Petra.
If it’s not on your bucket list already, it really should be – so when you do finally scrape the moolah together for the trip, check out this handy list of things to know before you go… If you’re looking for accommodation, see our cheap hotels and hostels in Petra, starting at 5.655for a shared dorm @ Orient Gate Hotel 1. When’s the best time to visit Petra? Petra is a stiflingly hot place in the height of summer (36°C!) As for the time of day to visit, if you’re particularly determined get ahead of the crowds and go with the sunrise at 5am: Traveljunkette’s story on doing just this is a bit of an inspiration. If you really can’t face an early morning, arrive at 3pm to miss the worst of the midday glare and stick around until sunset – the quality of light makes the rocks glow an incredible ruby colour. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.