Day one : We start off
with the 'classic jeep tour' The place that will
show you by jeep ITS: starting the magical
experience in Wadi Rum. Visit: The Seven Pillars of
Wisdom: one of the most impressive rock formations,
recalled by Lawrence D' Arabia's homonym manuscript,
so titled to enlighten the Mountain's relevance
during the Arab Revolt of 1917–18; then via Nabatean
Temple, visit the Lawrence' Spring: where T.E.
Lawrence reputedly washed during the Arab revolt. It
has attractive rock inscription on nearby Al Khazali
Canyons Al-Khazali's Inscriptions: discovering the
clues from the past carved on the mountains and the
fallen boulders, providing evidence that human
activity took place here thousands of years ago.
Everywhere there are traces of ancient civilizations
in the pictographs of Thamudic, Nabatean, Greek and
Arabic texts, formal inscriptions, and rock art
depicting hunting scenes. Continuing to walking
around the Little Bridge, Burdah and Umm Frouth rock
bridges: spectacular natural rock arches, with great
views. Lunch break. In the afternoon Trekking for
about 1,30` hours through Burrah Canyon: long deep
canyon between dramatic mountains, turning in orange
shades, in sunset. Heading to Lawrence's House, and
toward neighboring Anfashieh Inscriptions Mountain,
with numerous Thamudic and Nabatean inscriptions
next to animals, humans and camel caravans'
drawings. Proceeding to a large area of Sand Dunes,
piled up against mountains; fun to climb to the top.
At lasting heading to Sunset sites, where to get the
most dramatic views of Wadi Rum. Back to camp for
Dinner around a campfire, tea & coffee fashionably
Bedouins. Tent Overnight in
our Bedouin whispers camp
The next day we shall drive south for nearly an hour
to a long ridge stretching approximately east to
west across the desert. This is Jebel Khasch.