9 Day Petra to Wadi Rum Hike

Ultimate Adventure TOUR 


  • 9-Day Tour

Lace-up your boots and let's head to Jordan Trail. Through desert treks to mountain climbs, Jordan is brimming with rewarding hikes.

Your Tour Package, Includes

  • Pick up and drop off from airport
  • 1 night accommodation includes dinner and breakfast sharing twin or triple standard room. (Single supplement applies if you want a single room)
  • 8 Nights of camping
  • 7 Lunches
  • Water during camping
  • A donkey will accompany the group to support anyone who needs some rest
  • Entanrce fees to the mentioned sites in the program. jeep tour in Wadi Rum.
  • Transport by experienced English speaking driver in air-conditional vehicle.
  • Government Licensed tour guide and local Bedouin guiding the route from Petra to Wadi Rum
  • Mattress and blankets provided for the 4 nights in wilderness. (We recommend that you bring your own sleeping bag).
  • Visa fee to Jordan ($USD 60.00) per person.

Your Package, Does Not Include

  • Any services not mentioned in the program
  • Departure taxes ($15 pp at land borders). Airport tax is usually included on air-tickets. Taxes subject to change with no notice.
  • Any airfare
  • Day 1

Our representative will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to Petra. Overnight in Petra.

  • Day 2

After breakfast, marvel at the beauty of the ‘Lost City’, the Red Rose City of Petra, exploring its many caves and tombs. Walk through the canyon and be astounded at the magnificent Treasury, the entrance guarding the ancient Nabatean city, now one of the Modern 7 Wonders of the World. From the main site in Petra we head out of the touristy parts of the city to the south through the sandstone hills. All around are traces of the Nabataeans with rock carvings and steps. Bedouins still live in the area. We reach the snake monument from where the fit and adventurous can take a side excursion to climb Jabal Harun.

  • Day 3

The trail leaves the Jebel Harun trail, heading south out of the valley before descending into the upper reaches of Wadi Sabra with a wild mountain landscape ahead though which the trail finds its way for the next five days. Once in Sabra, the remains of a Roman theatre are passed near a spring with palms. The way then follows the valley easily down, alongside what is usually a small stream which eventually plunges into a box canyon above Wadi Al-Tibn. The canyon is bypassed by a shepherds’ path on its right that winds steeply down into the lower valley of Sabra. This is then followed for a further 5km before leaving it over low hills to camp on either side of, but not far from, the Rajif to Gharandal road.

  • Day 4

After previous day’s descent through the wild mountains overlooking more rugged and remote hills in the distance, the route now threads its way through them. From West of the road, descend West following Wadi Abu O’roug, which cuts its way impressively through Jabal Mriebed, sometimes in a narrow canyon necessitating a crawl to pass under boulders. After about 11 km you arrive at a junction with Wadi Huwwar and follow it up South to reach Wadi Al-Seif and camp in the middle of it.

  • Day 5

Soon after leaving the camp, the trail rises up to reach the head of Wadi Al-Seif then descending steeply to join Wadi Mshazza. Once again in the midst of wild mountains, the trail now heads South over a low pass into the next valley, leaving that to cross another pass to reach the head of Wadi Gseib. This descends generally South before bending W to the next camp on a shoulder around 4 km from the road in Wadi Araba.

  • Day 6

After retracing your steps up Wadi Gseib for about 1km, the route makes its way back into the mountains heading South East for about 3km through a beautiful colored sandstone Wadi, then descending easy cliffs and continuing South then South West across a sandy area into the wide valley of Wadi Al-Seeq. It then rises over and crosses an expanse of dunes, descending into Wadi Rakiya which joins Wadi Aheimir 1 km South West. Nice camping area with sand dunes a little further on above the West side of Wadi Rakiya

  • Day 7

Another splendid day on the trail following the increasingly awesome canyons of Wadi Aheimir, first heading South South East with its surrounding cliffs rapidly closing in to reach a fork in the wadi after about 4.5 km Ignoring the obvious continuation to the South, head almost East through about 16 km of canyons. (Beware of flash floods and be prepared to cross pools and scramble up boulders.) The last 7 km of these canyons have numerous side canyons so it’s essential to take care of route finding in this impressive place which often has 200m walls on either side and is sometimes only a couple of meters wide. Finally, not long after passing a recent rock fall a path rises up to the East to escape from the clutches of the canyon onto a barren plateau not far from a small village called Abbasiya. 4.3 km South West are the ruins of Humaima, with it’s sophisticated water supply system.

  • Day 8

The route goes across fairly flat terrain in the direction of the mountains of Wadi Rum. We head towards modern Humiema which is now on the Desert Highway; with a chance to buy water and supplies. We cross the highway and start heading across the sands with increasingly large sandstone outcrops dotting the landscape. Head generally south from the camp, crossing mud flats and passing under the Disi road before joining the Rum Visitor Centre road. (Visit the Centre for tickets, also shops, café etc.) Then head down the spectacular Rum Valley towards Rum village which is visible on the horizon, under the huge cliffs of Jebel Rum. If you stay left (E) close to the huge mountain of Jebel um Ishrin there is optional shade and a chance to see Thamudic period inscriptions at the big rock of Dims Hajaj. Further on, at the foot of the screes, you may find Neolithic upright stones forming squares of unknown purpose. And in the mouth of the huge Makhman canyon there is a large granite boulder called Musa’s Slab, popular with climbers, after which the village is soon reached. (Rest House, shops, cafés, camping, homestays and “some of the world’s best desert climbing”)

  • Day 9

Included Meal: Breakfast

After breakfast, transfer you to airport or your final stop.


How To Get To Jordan?

By air: There are two international airports in Jordan: Queen Alia International Airport in Amman and King Hussein International Airport in Aqaba. We recommend that your fly into Queen Alia International Airport in Amman.

By land: If you are coming from neighboring Israel or the Palestinian Territories, you have three border crossing options for arriving in Jordan: King Hussein Bridge in the north, the Allenby Bridge near the Dead Sea, or Wadi Araba on the Red Sea.

Prior to booking, we recommend that you check border visa requirements.

What Are The Hotel Options?

We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, and location that meets your budget. Specific accommodations will vary based on your departure date, but these are frequently used hotels for this tour. If you have specific hotel that you would like to stay at or have special request, please let us known when requesting a quote from us.

For this tour, we recommend:

Petra Hotel Recommendations

LA MAISON jordan


A unique location in an ancient land. La Maison Hotel Petra in only five minutes walking from the world wonder Petra's main entrance.


  • Variety dining options, including a all day restaurant
  • High speed internet
  • Rooftop Terrance


The four stars, Petra Guest House Hotel is ideally located at the majestic city of Petra with only few steps away from the entrance.


  • 24 hours room service
  • Fully equipped business center
  • High speed internet access
  • Multiple dining restaurants and bars


Movenpick Resort Petra is located directly at the entrance to the historic Jordanian city of Petra. This 5 star  an exciting combination of natural stone, handcrafted wood with Middle Eastern fabrics and textures.


  • Closest resort to Petra
  • 7 Dining options
  • Fitness and wellness center
  • High Speed wifi


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