Located in the extreme south of Jordan, the Valley of the Moon, as it is nicknamed, offers its visitors a fascinating experience. Wadi Rum is one of the essential places to visit during a trip to Jordan, both for its extraordinary landscapes and for its cultural richness.
An unmissable natural and cultural site
Offering spectacular landscapes, this desert has very particular characteristics, such as these numerous rock formations. O mountains, cliffs, caves and natural arches make the valley a place that breaks with the idea of uniform deserts composed only of dunes.
In addition, Wadi Rum has almost 25,000 petroglyphs and archaeological remains witnessing to 12,000 years of human occupation and interaction with the natural environment. These marks trace the evolution of human thought and the beginnings of alphabetic writing, as well as providing information on pastoral, agricultural and urban activities carried out in the region.
One night as a mandatory ticket
The desert often calls tourists to activities such as 4×4 tours, camel crossings or climbing and walking. In addition to offering all these possibilities, Wadi Rum specializes in receiving visitors after dark, the night becoming an inevitable leisure.
Once a Bedouin camp, the site offers tourists the opportunity to immerse themselves in their way of life (in a slightly more luxurious way). The promise of a sky punctuated with stars encourages more and more travelers to opt for a camp in the midst of nature, meeting the nomadic way of life and modern comfort. of the night in a sheltered cave wow camp with pooluntil the panoramic tent passing throughbubbles”, Jordan offers many types of accommodation to suit all expectations.
As a bonus, the camps offer a full immersion in Bedouin culture, from the decor of the lodge to the local meals on offer. So what are you waiting for to try the experience?