There are a few popular hikes around Wadi Rum that allow you to get up high and see some spectacular views. In fact, hiking is one of the best ways to experience the stillness and peace of the desert, enjoy some time in nature and escape civilisation.
Hikes begin by meeting in Wadi Rum village, or after your overnight stay. Following a beautiful drive through the desert, your guide will lead you along the trail, with plenty time to enjoy the views, take photographs, and drink for Bedouin tea!
After the hike, you will descend to the desert floor and your guide will make you a traditional lunch cooked on the fire. You will then explore other sites in the desert by jeep and see the sunset.

Burdah Bridge Hiking Tour
Burdah Bridge is the most popular hike in Wadi Rum Protected Area, and the mountain trail that takes you to the famous rock bridge allows you to enjoy breathtaking views of the white desert.
There are a few different trails depending on your fitness level: seasoned climbers will enjoy the steep ascent, whereas regular hikers will enjoy the more relaxed route!
The hike takes 3 hours in total, and lunch, bottled water and tea are included. After lunch (and a well-deserved rest), you will explore areas of the white desert and see the sunset at Um Sabbatah.

Burdah Bridge Hiking Tour​
2 people: 70 JD per person
3-4 people: 50 JD per person
5-6 people: 40 JD per person

Free for children under 5 years old
30% discount for children between 5 and 11 years old
Discount from 5 days and more

Um ad-Dami Hiking Tour
Jebal Um Ad Dami is the highest mountain in Jordan and sits on the border with Saudi Arabia. From the peak, you can enjoy stunning views over the rugged desert of Rum and southern Saudi Arabia, and on a clear day, see the Red Sea and port city, Aqaba!
Um ad Dami is not a technically difficult mountain but it is a long hike with little shade, so it’s wise to cover up and wear plenty sunscreen. The hike takes 4-5 hours.
After descending from the peak, your guide prepares a Bedouin lunch cooked on the fire. Bottled water and tea are also included. You then explore other areas of Wadi Sabet such as the viewpoint, rock bridge, and Bedouin well, before seeing the sunset at Um Sabbatah.

Um Ad Dami Hiking Tour
2 people: 80 JD per person
3-4 people: 60 JD per person
5-6 people: 50 JD per person

Free for children under 5 years old
30% discount for children between 5 and 11 years old
Discount from 5 days and more

A desert camel ride is an unforgettable experience. Take a one-hour camel ride at the start of your tour, riding from Ain Abu Aineh to the Red Sand Dune.
1 Hour Camel Ride: 20 JD per person

Optional Extras
Add on a Bedouin lunch, or overnight stay to your tour for a discounted price.

Bedouin Lunch

Remember those fancy restaurants where you can watch your meal being made from scratch? Imagine that, but in the desert. Our Bedouin guides will make you a delicious meal like gilayet bandora (fried tomatoes) – the best part is, you get to watch!
Price: 10 JD per person

Bedouin Camp

Need a hotel? We’ve got you covered. An oasis in the heart of the desert, our camp has all the facilities you need to relax after a long day of exploring.
Discounted price with tour: 15 JD per person